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Division 7: Forestry
Unit 7.01: Impacts of air pollution and climate change on forest ecosystems

Meeting Update

Dear Colleagues,

We've added a frequently asked questions (faq) section to help in organizating your trip. Unless the section gets too long, it will be just below this box.



Program -
  • General Program - Program, pdf

  • Saturday, September 9, 2006
  • Sunday, September 10, 2006
    Day trip to the San Bernardino Mountains (visiting long-term forest health/air pollution monitoring sites and locations of 2003 extensive forest fires)
  • Monday, September 11, 2006
    Symposium "Forest Fire and Air Pollution Issues" (invited speakers and posters only). ( Fire Symposium Program )
    Publication - Elsevier book in a Series "Developments in Environmental Science", Prof. Sagar Krupa, Editor.
  • Tuesday and Wednesday, September 12-13, 2006
    Regular IUFRO 7.01 (formerly 7.04) meeting (IUFRO 2006 Program). All oral presentations and posters after passing peer review will be published in the on-line journal TheScientificWorld. Selected best papers will be published as a special volume in highly rated peer-reviewed international journal "Environmental Pollution", Prof. William J. Manning, Editor-in-Chief.
  • Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 14-16, 2006
    field trip to Sequoia National Park (program organized be the Forest Service and National Park Service)
    (Lodging in Wuksachi, Stony Creek, and Montecito Lodges.

Scientific Program

Program for two days of a regular IUFRO meeting (September 12 & 13, 2006 - Tuesday and Wednesday) has been finalized (IUFRO 2006 Program). As you have already heard, since we decided to have only general sessions, number of slots for oral presentations at each session is quite limited. We will, however, have plenty of room for poster presentations and Nancy Grulke and Elena Paoletti (poster session coordinators) will make sure that within the scope of the meeting's general theme, everybody will be able to present his/her contribution. Posters will be displayed during the entire meeting in a close vicinity of our meeting room. As has been mentioned, all oral and poster presentations will be peer reviewed and published in TheScientificWorld Journal proceedings. Selected best oral and poster presentations will be also published in a special issue of Environmental Pollution.

See the Abstracts page for submission guidelines. MAY 15, SUBMISSION DEADLINE!!

Meeting registration information is on the home page.

Last Modified: Mar 28, 2013 02:51:09 PM