Resilient forests – support and evidence for tomorrow’s silviculture today
4 June 2013
What was the event?
This Update Seminar aims to provide the attendee with an overview of a number of different current topics, chaired by Dr James Pendlebury, Chief Executive, Forest Research.
See the event flyer for more information.
Presentations from the event
- Bill Mason - Silviculture and species choice:options for the future (PDF-2708K)
- Bruce Nicoll - Climate change risk assessment:an overview (PDF-3380K)
- Claire Stevenson - Modelling ecological networks and dispersal in the grey squirrel Sciurus carolinensis(PDF-1268K)
- Daegan Inward - Forest insect pests, a UK overview(PDF-3825K)
- Duncan Ireland - Unmanned Aircraft Systems(PDF-1921K)
- James Pendlebury - The scientific challenges(PDF-1356K)
- Joan Cottrell - The practical issues facing management of British forests in the face of threats posed by pests, diseases and climate change-the role of forest genetic resources(PDF-563K)
Who was the event suitable for?
All those with an interest in the sustainable management of our forest and woodland areas. Previous audiences have included staff from the Forestry Commission, private sector forestry companies, land managers, local authority staff, community woodland representatives, national park staff, and other countryside and wildlife organisations to name a few.
Where did the event take place?
Penrith RUFC Ltd
For further information please contact:
Northern Research Station
Tel: 0131 445 6916 (DDI)
Fax: 0131 445 5124