Forest storm risk management in the North Sea region

STORMRISK logoSTORMRISK workshop

17th and 18th August 2006

What was the event?

The countries within the North Sea Region have been subject to forest wind damage throughout history. Experiences and expertise on how to reduce losses to windthrow in forest landscapes have developed differently in each country. The main aim of the STORMRISK project is to integrate and make accessible the knowledge and experience developed over decades to end-users in the North Sea Region.

This two day workshop was open to all individuals and groups involved or interested in forest storm risk management, and in particular focused towards organizations from the North Sea Region of the European Union.

Workshop programme (PDF-117K)

Who was the event suitable for?

Forest managers and owners, landscape planners, researchers, electricity companies, and organisations responsible for transport, tourism and nature conservation.

Where did the event take place?

Ramada Hotel
Church Street
Inverness
Scotland

Other information

For more information about the STORMRISK project see www.stormrisk.eu.

Contact

For further information, please contact:

Bruce Nicoll
Forest Research
Northern Research Station
Roslin
Midlothian EH25 9SY
Scotland
 
Email: bruce.nicoll@forestry.gsi.gov.uk
Tel: 0131 445 6940
Fax: 0131 445 5124