Summer School FORMON - Long-term Forest Monitoring
28 August 2021, 10:00
Davos, Hotel Shima
ICP Forests / SwissForestLab / NFZ.forestnet
Type of event:
PhD students, MSc in their last year and PostDocs from any country in the world
FORMON - Forest Monitoring to assess Forest Functioning under Air Pollution and Climate Change
ICP Forests / SwissForestLab / NFZ.forestnet Summer School 2021
The Summer School aims to provide an in-depth understanding of the concepts, approaches, and available data infrastructure of forest long-term monitoring. Novel modelling and assessment approaches will be discussed considering the expectations to future forests from a scientific, forest management, and socio-economic perspective. Experienced researchers in forest science will discuss the potential limitation of disciplinary and interdisciplinary concepts.
The participants will reflect on their own scientific work with respect to other disciplinary methods and discuss possible benefits of interdisciplinary approaches in their field.
The Summer School will complement the 9th ICP Forests Scientific Conference on the same topic "Forest Monitoring to assess Forest Functioning under Air Pollution and Climate Change”, which will take place on 7-9 June 2021 at the Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL in Birmensdorf nearby Zurich. Students are encouraged to attend the ICP Forests Scientific Conference.
Application and registration
- The Summer School is open to PhD students, MSc in their last year and PostDocs in forest research and related disciplines from any country in the world.
- Application deadline is 1st March 2021.
- Students are asked to provide their CV, a motivation letter (1 A4 page) and their PhD thesis abstract.
Fees: 700 Swiss Francs (exclusive of VAT). This includes accommodation (shared rooms) at the Hotel Shima and meals from dinner on 22 August to breakfast on 28 August, course materials and excursions. Accepted participants are expected to bear travel costs to Davos.
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