Dear friends and colleagues,
Attached is the latest Division 7 (Forest Health) newsletter and report to the IUFRO Board.
The following topics are covered:
News from our Research Groups and Working Parties
Other news from Division 7 and changes in coordinators
Key issues discussed and latest findings in the field
Newsletters and list-servers
Upcoming Division 7 conferences and meetings
Division 7 meetings and conferences in 2015-2016
Many thanks to Elena Paoletti, Jolanda Roux and Sandy Liebhold and many other Research Group and Working Party coordinators and deputies for their contributions to the report!
I look forward to seeing some of you at the upcoming IUFRO regional congress, or another upcoming meeting.
Eckehard Brockerhoff, PhD
Coordinator, IUFRO Division 7 (Forest Health)
Principal Scientist, Scion
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Postdoctoral fellowship in Entomology, Forestry and Pest Risk Assesment - Ireland
A job posting for a Postdoctoral researcher level 1 based in Maynooth University, Ireland has recently been launched. The successful candidate will work on a 18.75 month project investigating pest and pathogen threats to Picea sitchensis in Ireland. Suitable candidates with experience in climate and/or epidemiological modelling are particularly encouraged to apply. A similar and complimentary post focussing on pathogen threats to Picea sitchensis in Ireland based at Teagasc, Ireland was launched last month.
Organization: Maynooth University
Location: Maynooth, Ireland
Submit application by: 16 October 2016