National School of Forestry Seminar Series 2006/7

What was the event?

The aim of this seminar series was to disseminate information on a broad  range of current environmental  issues that are relevant to students and those researching or working in forestry, animal conservation and environmental management.

There were four seminars presented by staff from Forest Research in the spring session:

  • Habitat networks, principles, modelling process and applications
    8th February 2007
    Darren Moseley, Centre for Human and Ecological Sciences
  • The role of plantations in contributing to biodiversity
    22nd February 2007
    Chris Quine, Head of Centre for Human and Ecological Sciences
  • Establishment Management Information System (EMIS); decision support for forest restocking
    15th March 2007
    Mike Perks, Centre for Forestry and Climate Change
  • Remote sensing applications in forestry
    26th April 2007
    Juan Suarez, Centre for Forest Resources and Management.

Details of all seminars in the series (PDF-88K)

Who was the event suitable for?

These talks were aimed at students and anyone with an interest in forestry, animal conservation and environmental management including any in the local community in Cumbria involved in, or concerned about, land use issues.

Where did the event take place?

National School of Forestry
University of Central Lancashire
Newton Rigg
Cumbria CA11 0AH


For more details contact Andrew Weatherall at the University of Central Lancashire.