If you run into difficulties using the Cambridge University web site,
and the book discount code (F1FOHE), try calling the toll-free customer
service number 800.872.7423.
Professor of Forest Pathology and Associate Chair
SUNY-ESF, Dept of Environmental& Forest Biology
1 Forestry Drive
Syracuse, NY 13210 USA
July 1, 2011
I wish to alert you to the publication of a new textbook on forest
health called: "Forest Health: An Integrated Perspective" co-edited by
Stephen A. Teale and me, and published by Cambridge University Press
(CUP) last month. receive the discount
The link to the CUP website that describes the book and how to order it is:
The code to obtain a 20% discount on the purchase price is F1 FOHE.
Enter this code at checkout. If you have any questions we can be reached
by email or phone at:
John D. Castello (jdcastello(a)esf.edu <mailto:email@example.com>,
Stephen A. Teale (sateale(a)esf.edu <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>, 315-470-6758)
Professor of Forest Pathology and Associate Chair,
Dept of Environmental & Forest Biology
SUNY-College of Environmental Science & Forestry
1 Forestry Drive
Syracuse, NY 13210
I would like to remind everybody that the deadline for hotel
reservations in San Martino (June 30th) is quickly approaching.
Some hotels may extend the deadline to July 4th, but that is NOT
For information on the four hotels that are holding rooms for the
13th Iufro Root and Butt Rot meeting, please go to
There is a daily direct bus until September 15th, leaving San
Martino at 4 pm and arriving in Venice at around 7.30 pm. Cost is
around 10 euros per person.
Attached is an outreach for a permanent full-time GS-9/11/12 Forest
Pathologist position with USFS Forest Health Protection, Northern Region,
Coeur d'Alene Field Office located in Coeur d'Alene, ID. This is a great
job in a beautiful area with a great team of people!
Please forward to any candidates that you think may be interested in this
To ensure widest possible outreach, I am using a variety of e-mail lists
so I apologize for duplicate copies. The deadline for the outreach is July
15, but the official announcement should be out by July 1, 2011, so please
return Outreach Response Forms as soon as possible.
If you have questions or need more information please contact:
John W. Schwandt, Pathologist (jschwandt(a)fs.fed.us) 208-765-7415
or Von Helmuth, Group Leader (vhelmuth @fs.fed.us); 208-765-7342
Forest Health Protection, Coeur d?Alene Field Office,
3815 Schreiber Way,
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815
Dear forent, forpath list, can you please send this email to your lists?
Thanks in advance,
Dear Colleagues and friends,
A gentle reminder that the deadline for submissions to be held in Colonia
del Sacramento, Uruguay, on 8th – 11th November, 2011 is quickly approaching
and is due to *8th July*. Deadline for the early registration is also next
Please visit our webpage http://www.iufrouruguay2011.org/ for registration,
abstract submission and all information about this important Meeting taking
place in South America for the first time.
Please do not hesitate to contact me, would you need more information (
Looking forward to see you all in November in Colonia del Sacramento,
Dr. Guillermo Perez
Could you please send out this Vacancy announcement for a Senior Forest Pathologist to the ForPath mailing list?
We have a vacancy here at Scion in Rotorua, New Zealand for a Senior Forest Pathologist. A full description is available on our website (see below), please pass onto relevant contacts!
Forest Protection - Pathology, acting Team Leader
49 Sala Street, Private Bag 3020, Rotorua 3046, New Zealand
DDI +64 7 343 5423 (office) 343 5513 (lab)| Mobile +64 21648640
SCION is the trading name for New Zealand Forest Research Institute Ltd. www.scionresearch.com
From: Katrin Walbert
Sent: Wednesday, 8 June 2011 1:22 p.m.
To: Katrin Walbert
Subject: Vacancy at Scion, Rotorua New Zealand - Senior Forest Pathologist
Senior Forest Pathologist
Crown Research Institute Scion is committed to enhancing the environmental and economic transformation of New Zealand, working toward a more sustainable, bio-based future. With more than 60 years of heritage in forestry science, Scion today demonstrates national leadership, world-class innovation and excellence in research and development.
Our Forest Protection Team within the New Forests & Forest Science Group encompasses a range of disciplines. Areas of research include forest pathology and entomology, weed and pest management and biocontrol, fire and wind research, and associated activities.
We are seeking a Senior Forest Pathologist to carry out a programme of research that will result in reduced economic impacts of forest diseases in New Zealand. The research also includes understanding plant - pathogen interaction, disease development, the identification and early detection of pathogens not established in New Zealand. Some time will also be spent providing support to the forest pathology diagnostic service provided by the Forest Protection Team. Research will be primarily focussed on diseases of Pinus radiata. This is a senior role and the successful candidate will contribute to the ongoing development of our research programme.
Our ideal candidate will have a PhD or equivalent degree coupled with at least 7 - 10 years research experience in plant/forest pathology, with an understanding of molecular identification techniques. This is a full time permanent role.
Scion is proud to offer talented and motivated individuals the unique opportunity to pursue a fulfilling professional career. With its head office based on the edge of Rotorua's world-famous Whakarewarewa Forest, Scion also offers an enviable working environment with excellent work/life balance initiatives. Rotorua is one of New Zealand's leading tourist destinations because of its outstanding natural environment and proximity to coastal beaches and inland lakes, native forests, geothermal areas and volcanic ski-fields.
Closing date: 01 July 2011
All applications must be lodged through our website www.scionresearch.com<http://www.scionresearch.com> where you will find a position description and online application form.
For further information please contact Human Resources Ph: +64 (07) 343 5874
Human Resource Coordinator
49, Sala Street, Private Bag 3020, Rotorua 3046, New Zealand
DDI +64 7 343 5874
This e-mail and any attachments may contain information which is confidential or subject to copyright. If you receive this e-mail in error, please delete it.
Scion does not accept responsibility for anything in this e-mail which is not provided in the course of Scion's usual business or for any computer virus, data corruption, interference or delay arising from this e-mail.
A gentle reminder that the deadlines for submissions of abstracts and
for hotel reservations for teh 13th root and Butt Rot Conference in
Italy are quickly approaching. After the deadlines, rooms will be
released and scientific sessions will be completed!!
Log on http://nature.berkeley.edu/garbelotto/english/iufro13.php
for further information and download necessary forms
Attached is the outreach notice for a Project Assistant Professor
position at Education and Research Center, the University of Tokyo
Forests (Tokyo, Japan). This position will be advertised world-wide, so
please forward to any candidates that may be interested in the position.
Naoto Kamata, Ph. D.
Director of University Forests in Chichibu, Graduate School of
Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo
Hinodamachi 1-1-49, Chichibu, Saitama 368-0034, JAPAN
TEL: +81-494-22-0272, FAX: +81-494-23-9620
A position available at Education and Research Center, the University of
Tokyo Forest, the University of Tokyo.
Job Description: Research in any fields of forest science (approximate
proportion: 50%). English editing and instruction as follows: scientific
manuscripts, oral presentations, and public relations (40%). No duty for
scheduled lectures with credits but for a weekly seminar at the
Education and Research Center, the University of Tokyo Forests and
temporal seminars (10%).
Research field: Any fields of Forest Science
possible extension max. 5 years
Work area: Tokyo, Japan
Address: Education and Research Center, The University of Tokyo Forests,
Graduated School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of
Tokyo Yayoi 1-1-1, Bunkyo, Tokyo 113-8657, Japan
Number of positions: Project Assistant Professor
Minimum Qualifications: Ph. D. Degree in Forest Science
Preferred Qualifications: Ph. D. from a University in an English-native
country. Requires English ability, preferably Japanese
Treatment: According to the guideline of the University of Tokyo
possible extension max. 5 years
Deadline for applications: 2011/07/08
Starting date: 2011/10/16
Application materials: CV (including academic and occupational careers
and a list of publications), and name, affiliation and address of
inquirers for your past works. Email these to the following address:
Selection process: The selection process is a resume-based screening and
an interview. Screened candidates might be called for the interview. The
travel costs for the interview should be prepared by the candidates
Where to make contact: Professor Seiji Ishibashi, Ph. D.
(bashi(a)uf.a.u-tokyo.ac.jp), Executive manager, The University of Tokyo
Forests, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The
University of Tokyo