28 November-2 December 2016, Temuco, Chile
The group of landscape ecology belonging to IUFRO (International Union of Forest Research Organizations) (Unit 8.01.02) and IALE (International Association of Landscape Ecology), in conjunction with the University of La Frontera and the Catholic University of Temuco invited to participate Latin American Congress of IUFRO Landscape Ecology and the Second Latin American Congress of IALE to be held in the city of Temuco (Province of Cautín, Chile) from November 28 to December 2, 2016, under the theme “Bringing our society to the nature preserve, manage and restore multi-functional “landscapes.
The event’s main objective is to contribute to the exchange of experiences and knowledge in technical and scientific, methodological and practical aspects relating to the conservation, management and restoration of natural landscapes throughout Latin America.
It is further intended that this event is a field for institutions, professionals and students interested in landscape ecology can be linked and interact with current research topics, modern methodologies and policy implementation.
Upcoming events of the Landscape Ecology Working Group (IUFRO 8.01.02)
The first all Division conference of IUFRO Division 8 “Forest Environment” will be organized in Beijing, China in the frame of the 2016 IUFRO regional congress for Asia and Oceania.
The conference will be centered on resilience and restoration of forest ecosystems and landscapes under rapidly changing climates and anthropogenic pressures. The aim of this global event is to share and to discuss cross-cutting issues in the frame of IUFRO strategic themes while fostering interactions between different units of Division 8 and with other IUFRO Divisions or current Task Forces.
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The congress aim is to gather researchers from different disciplines, practitioners and policy makers at different governance levels that deal with the management and sustainability of silvo-pastoral systems.
Since silvo-pastoral systems around the world have different compositions and strutures, this world congress focus on systems that combine trees with animal grazing, in combination with crops, in regions of the world with two seasons, one dry and one wet, and thus drought as a limiting factor.
In this way the congress will create a fertile context to progress through interdisciplinarity research approaches that can help translate scientific knowledge into new adaptive management solutions, and thus bridge from science to practice. The aim is also to gather and compare knowledge from silvo-pastoral systems around the world, which share drought as a limiting factor, so that they can be discussed and evaluated.
Researchers, practitioners, both private and from the public sector, as well as policy makers, are all highly welcome to World Congress Silvo-Pastoral Systems 2016.
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