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Detailed Programme

Monday, September 17, 2018

Foyer

8:00–9:15
Registration

Tower Hall

9:30–9:45
Opening session

9:45–10:30
Keynote Session
Pete Bettinger:
A forest certification case study, from data to decision

10:30–11:30

Tower Hall

Panorama Hall

Ståhl G.: Cost-plus-loss analysis for guiding inventory decisions in multi-resource inventories

Vacik H.: Assessing fire danger in mountain forests based on environmental and remote sensing data

Karahalil U.: The Effects of Continuous Cover Forestry on the Outputs of Various Forest Values in Gölcük Planning Unit

Vila-Lameiro P.: Landscape management policies: Analytical study of an Iberian example

11:30–11:50
Coffee break

11:50–12:50

Tower Hall

Panorama Hall

Mokroš M.: Close-range Photogrammetry in Forestry

Wilkie R.: When is a road no longer a road? A remote sensing study assessing road reclamation success with unmanned aerial vehicles with large scale photo sampling methods

WITHDRAWN Plch R.: The prediction of development of selected ecosystem services in forests under climate change in the Krkonoše Mountains National Park (Czech Republic)

Camelo A.P.: Use of landscape metrics to evaluate the integrity of the direct influence zone of a conservation unit in Distrito Federal, Brazil

Storms  I.: From forest to biorefinery: Optimising the strategic and tactical decisions in supply chains of woody biomass

12:50–14:00
Lunch

Tower Hall

14:00–14:45
Keynote Session
Kristina Blennow:
Communication in democratic landscape management and planning

14:45–15:45

Tower Hall

Panorama Hall

Bilyk A.: Enhancing Forest Inventory and Monitoring with Terrestrial LiDAR

Novotný J.: Importance of site-specific conditions for the estimation of forest aboveground biomass from airborne laser scanning data

Banaś J.: The impact of different management scenarios on the availability of potential forest habitats for the black stork (Ciconia nigra): A landscape-scale analysis

Wysocka-Fijorek E.: Is it possible to develop a system facilitating the management of private forests in Poland

15:45–16:00
Coffee break

16:00–17:30

Tower Hall

Panorama Hall

Pascual A.: Effects of Plot Positioning Errors on the Optimality of Harvest Prescriptions When Spatial Forest Planning Relies on ALS Data

Piermattei L.: Accuracy assessment of alpine-wide canopy height models from Pléiades stereo satellite imagery

Salazar Loor J. G.: The Uses of Historical Aerial Photography to Reconstruct Forest History: Land cover and Land Use in Capucuy River Watershed by The Year 1965

Wysocka-Fijorek E.: Economic expertise – a tool in decisions making in forest management

Kadlec J.: Conversion form pure to mixed forest stands in the Czech Republic: Forest managers’ decision making

Marušáková Ľ.: Pan-European reporting on the state of Europe’s forests

Tower Hall

17:30–18:30
ForestDSS Council Meeting

 

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Tower Hall

9:00–9:45
Keynote Session
Lluis M. Plà-Aragonès: Landscape and Agriculture 4.0, exploiting data to make decisions

9:45–10:45

Tower Hall

Panorama Hall

Mokroš M.: Determining leaf phenological phases using different data sources

Vila-Lameiro P.: Historical evolution and land-use changes in natural forests in NW Spain: National Forest Inventories registers

ForestDSS Council Meeting

10:45–11:15
Coffee break

11:15–12:45

Tower Hall

Panorama Hall

Manzoor S.: Scenario-led modelling of broadleaf forest expansion in Wales

Ramamonjisoa B.S.: Managing telecoupled landscapes for the sustainable provision of ecosystem services and poverty alleviation: Madagascar case study

Lämås T.: Value and knowledge based scenarios for sustainable management of forest landscapes

ALTERFOR session

Biber P.: Assessing Forest Ecosystem Service Provision with Fuzzy Logic Methods

Eriksson L.-O.: An approach to develop robust landscape-level forest management models in the Vale do Sousa, Northwest Portugal. The ALTERFOR experience

Eriksson L.-O.: A microsimulation approach to long term landscape simulation in a fragmented landscape

12:45–14:00
Lunch

Tower Hall

14:00–14:45
Keynote Session
Andrew Liebhold: Optimization of Surveillance for Invasive Species in Forests

14:45–15:45

Tower Hall

Panorama Hall

Gabriels K.: Identifying upstream locations which are critical for downstream floods

Gabriels K.: Data driven assessment of the impact of upstream soil sealing on downstream floods in Flanders, Belgium

ALTERFOR session

Mozgeris G.: Assessing the influence of more adaptive forest management approaches on future delivery of ecosystem services in Lithuania

Corradini G.: Stand and landscape alternative management models for addressing new demands on forests by society: the case of lowland forests in northern Italy

Sedmák R.: Evolutionary multicriteria optimization – tool for improvement of integrated forest management in central Europe

15:45–16:15
Coffee break

16:15–17:15

Tower Hall

Panorama Hall

Tashiro A.: Residents’ preferable options for Green infrastructure

Čepl J.: Genetic variability of spectral reflectance in Scots pine

 

ALTERFOR session

Bingöl Ö.: Monitoring the Amount of Different Wood Types and Price Levels Under Different Silvicultural Approaches in Gölcük Planning Unit

Lundholm A.: Implementing climate change and future timber prices in a Forest Management Decision Support System designed for management of Irelands Western Peatland forests

 

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

9:00–16:00
Field excursion
(detailed information will be provided on Monday September 17, 2018)

 

 

Change of programme reserved.

 

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