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MOTIVE final meeting, 10 April 2013

Title

Presenter

Institution

Models for Adaptive Forest Management - Introduction Final Meeting

Marc Hanewinkel

Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL

Adaptive forest management in Central Europe - options and limitations

Andreas Bolte

Thünen Institute of Forest Ecosystems, Eberswalde, Germany

Changes in climate and species suitability –How to interpret impacts and uncertainties?

Marcus Lindner

 

European Forest Institute

The cascade of uncertainty in modeling forest ecosystem responses to environmental change

Christopher Reyer

 

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

Climate change, large-scale disturbances and adaptive forest management in Central Europe

Christian Temperli

 

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich

Motive: Finnish case study

Seppo Kellomäki

University of Eastern Finland

Management options and risk -Montafon case study

Michael Maroschek

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria

Case Continental Bulgaria Panagyurishte, Sredna Gora Mountains

Georgi Kostov

University of Forestry, Sofia, Bulgaria

Upscaling adaptive forest management to the European scale from regional cases

Mart Jan Schelhaas

 

Alterra, Wageningen, Netherlands

Climate change: Believing and seeing implies adapting

Kristina Blennow

 

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Modeling for Adaptive Forest Management - Evaluating and Selecting Good Adaptive Strategies

Rasoul Yousefpour

 

University of Copenhagen, Denmark

How to provide decision support to practitioners and policy makers - the AFM ToolBox approach

Manfred Lexer

 

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria

Climate Change Adaptation in the North American Forest Sector

Mark Johnston

 

Saskatchewan Research Council, Canada


ThinkForest Seminar: Climate Change in European Forests - How to Adapt, 25 April 2013

Title

Presenter

Institution

How climate change will affect forests in Europe – what we know and what remains uncertain

Mr. Marcus Lindner

EFI

Options for adaptive forest management in European forests

Mr. Marc Hanewinkel

Swiss Federal Institute Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WS

How to provide decision support to practitioners and policy makers

Mr. Manfred Lexer

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna

Practitioner’s view : Effects of climate change can already be seen

Mr. Xavier Buqueras

MOTIVE case study of Catalonia, Spain

Practitioner’s view: What effects climate change will bring to our region

Mr. Hasse Bengtsson

MOTIVE case study of Kronoberg, Sweden

Bringing science to practice: the French experience

Mr. Olivier Picard

RMT AFORCE

Policy Recommendations to promote adaptive forest management and the mitigation potential of European forests

Mr. JeanLuc Peyron

COST ACTION ECHOES




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