LIA FORESTIA web seminars round 2021
The International Associated Laboratory FORESTIA starts in 2021 a new round of short seminars aimed at stimulating the scientific comunication among its members, as well as between them and other international laboratories. These seminars are a new opportunity for the FORESTIA scientists to present and discuss their objectives, research work and results on adaptation of forest ecosystems to global changes.
MiDi is a interdisciplinary Research Thematic Network, focused on biodiversity and habitats and funded by the Centre-Val de Loire Region. The network aims to promote studies in multiple fields of BioGeoSciences and Human and Social Sciences in relation to global changes.This conference is organised in partnership with the
Le Studium (Institute for Advanced Studies).
The physiological basis of tree vulnerability to heat waves
#7 Genomic tools for genetic diversity management, traceability and breeding programs of eucalypts …
Our group works on the development and application of different genomic tools to support INTA´s forest and fruit breeding programs distributed throughout Argentina.
Round of FORESTIA web seminars SEMINAR # 6 “Eulogy of fast growth… up to what costs? A preliminary recognition before a study of trade-offs of growth heterosis in hybrid larch.” Luc E.
#5 Relationships between wood traits and drought resistance in Eucalyptus spp: evidences and open q…
Round of FORESTIA web seminars SEMINAR # 5 “Relationships between wood traits and drought resistance in Eucalyptus spp: evidences and open questions” Dr. María Elena
Round of FORESTIA web seminars
#3 The challenge of the integrating the adaptive and technological value of wood in a changing clim…
Round of FORESTIA web seminars SEMINAR # 3 The challenge of the integrating the adaptive and technological value of wood in a changing climate Guillermina Dalla-Salda (INTA Bariloche
Round of FORESTIA web seminars SEMINAR # 1 Deciphering tree response to a changing climate Where are we? where do we go? a case study: southern beeches of Patagonia María Verónica