We are pleased to advertise our session on Long-Term Forest Monitoring Networks for Evaluating Responses to Environmental Change at the IUFRO 2019 XXV World Congress in Curitiba, Brazil.
This session aims to attract scientists, managers and stakeholders who are keen to understand large-scale, long-term effects of rapidly changing environmental drivers on forest ecosystems, to advance forest monitoring systems from local to global scale. The session offers the opportunity to present latest research findings, address methodological issues, and outline solutions based on the comprehensive data series from long-term forest monitoring networks world-wide, such as ICP Forests, EANET, ICOS, ILTER, ENFIN, TERN and others. A further objective is to provide a platform for networking and cooperation to support future synthesis studies across monitoring networks. Presentations on new advances based on airborne or satellite data are particularly welcome.
Congress registration and abstract submission is available here: http://iufro2019.com/abstracts-submission/
Please spread the word and draw this to the attention of scientists, managers and stakeholders who may be interested in contributing to our session.
Marcus Schaub, Hiroyuki Sase, Lars Vesterdal and Marco Ferretti
Forest Research and Cooperation for Sustainable Development
- Forests for People
- Forests and Climate Change
- Forests and Forest Products for a Greener Future
- Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services and Biological Invasions
- Forests, Soil and Water Interactions
10 January 2018
Extended deadline for submission of abstracts
31 May 2019
More information at www.iufro2019.com