The Acid Deposition Monitoring Network in East Asia (EANET) would like to announce the redesign of their data request registration and download system together with the revamping of the EANET website.
Please have a look at the attached document for further…Continue
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The joint MSC-E & CCC & CEIP Status Report “Transboundary particulate matter, photo-oxidants, acidifying and eutrophying components” can be downloaded from http://emep.int/publ/emep2019_publications.html
Country specific reports and a report…Continue
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The 8th conference of the International Nitrogen Initiative (INI 2020) will be the meeting point for scientists from all over the world who are dealing with reactive nitrogen compounds in agriculture, industry, traffic, soil, water and air.
At INI 2020, scientists and delegates are invited to present findings…Continue
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The joint MSC-E & CCC & CEIP & INERIS Status Report “Assessment of transboundary pollution by toxic substances: Heavy metals and POPs” can be downloaded from the MSC-E website: http://en.msceast.org/reports/2_2019.pdf.
All reports and supplementary materials are available online on the MSC-E webpage:…Continue
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Kai is a senior expert of soil science and forest hydrology. Over the last six years, Kai served as the head of the Soil and Land-use Management unit at the Dresden…Continue
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The deadline for abstract submission to the XXV IUFRO World Congress has been extended to 10 January 2019.
Once again, we would like to advertise session B4g on Long-Term Forest Monitoring Networks for Evaluating Responses to Environmental Change.
The 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…Continue
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The Chairman of ICP Forests and the team at the Programme Co-ordinating Centre wish you happy holidays and a peaceful and healthy new year 2019!
Marco Ferretti, Chairman of ICP Forests
Till Kirchner, Alexa Michel, Anne-Katrin Prescher,…
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We are pleased to announce the online publication of the ICP Forests 2018 Executive Report on long-term monitoring of forest ecosystem compartments, organism responses to environmental stress, and modelling environmental stress in forest ecosystems.
You can download this report from the…Continue
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All members of the Expert Panels on Crown Condition and Damage Causes, Soil & Soil Solution, Foliage & Litterfall, Deposition, and QA/QC in the Labs can now register for the next Combined EP Meeting in Brussels on the website of this meeting; registration closes on 1 March…Continue
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We are happy to announce the online publication of the ICP Forests Brief No 3 titled Ozone concentrations are decreasing but exposure remains high in European forests. You can download this brochure from the ICP Forests website. Printed copies will be available soon.
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The Romanian National Institute for Research and Development in Forestry celebrated its 85th anniversary by means of an international scientific conference from 17–21 September 2018. During the celebration, the name giver of the institute, Professor Marin Drăcea (1885–1958), was honoured as the promoter of modern silviculture in Romanian forestry and a bust of him was…Continue
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We are happy to inform you that the 2018 Technical Report of ICP Forests - Forest Condition in Europe is now available online.
With best wishes
Programme Co-ordinating Centre of ICP…
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The Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA) in Oslo is looking for a researcher in catchment biogeochemistry with a strong interest in water chemistry in semi-natural boreal and temperate catchments, and an understanding of long-term biogeochemical change, including acid-base chemistry, related to air pollution and climate.…Continue
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The draft minutes from the ICP Forests Task Force meeting in Riga, 24-25 May 2018, are now available on the ICP Forests website. Their final version will be adopted at the next Task Force meeting in 2019.
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Diversity (ISSN 1424-2818; CODEN: DIVEC6) is an open access journal on the science of biodiversity published quarterly online by MDPI.
They encourage researchers to send their manuscript on the following topics:
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We are happy to announce the online publication of the ICP Forests 2017 Executive Report.
The report focuses on
It is available for download from the ICP Forests…Continue
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We are happy to announce the online publication of the ICP Forests 2017 Technical Report. You can download the report and the online supplement from the ICP Forests website.
With best wishes for the holiday season
Alexa Michel, Programme Co-ordinating Centre of ICP Forests
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The Croatian Forest Research Institute is glad to invite laboratories to participate in the 9th ICP Forests Soil Interlaboratory Comparison in 2018. All necessary information you can find here.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Ms Tamara Jakovljevic (firstname.lastname@example.org) from the Croatian Forest Research Institute.
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Dear website discussion group leaders,
I would very much appreciate it if you took some time over the summer to look at your groups on this website and delete the ones that are not actively used anymore OR initiate the discussion once more.
Thanks so much!
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