We are launching the special issue “Frontiers in Modelling Future Forest Growth, Yield and Wood Properties”. This special issue will gather articles from presentations given at the IUFRO Meeting “New Frontiers in Forecasting Forests” held in Stellenbosch,
Professor Shuguang (Leo) Liu is a distinguished professor, Director of the Ecology Program at the Central South University of Science and Technology (Changsha, China). Leo received a B.S. in Forest Sciences from the Central South University of
L’Inra recherche un (une) Editeur (Editrice) CDD d’un an sur le Centre Inra « Grand Est Nancy » à Champenoux (54280 – Meurthe et Moselle). L’Inra recherche un (une) Editeur (Editrice) pour la revue scientifique « Annals of Forest Science ».
This issue follows the international conference: “Wood formation and tree adaptation to climate” organised by Prof. Vladimir Shishov and Dr. Philippe Rozenberg and held on May, 23-25th, 2018 in Orléans (France). “Le Studium” (Loire Valley Institute for
We are launching the topical collection “Entomological issues during forest diebacks”. This collection (virtual special issue) will gather articles about the involvement of insects in the processes of forest decline and about the outcomes of declines on
John Moore received a B.E. (Hons) in forestry from the University of Canterbury (1994) and a PhD in forest resources from Oregon State University (2002). John is a senior scientist in the Forest Systems team at
John Lhotka received a B.S. and M.S in forestry from Southern Illinois University and a Ph.D. in silviculture from Auburn University. Between his M.S. and Ph.D. programs, he was a Forester for the US Forest Service Rocky
Marco Ferretti got his degree in Forest Sciences at the University of Firenze (1986) and obtained a PhD from the University of Siena (2006). His research focus is in detecting changes in forest ecosystems, with emphasis on
Cyrille Rathgeber completed his Ph.D. in population biology and ecology in 2002. Currently, he works as a researcher at INRA in Nancy. Cyrille’s research interests cover the fields of dendrochronology and vegetation modelling. He is particularly involved
Benoit Marçais did a PhD (1992) on epidemiology of Phytophthora cinnamomi, a fungus causing oak canker. He is now Research director on the epidemiology of fungal diseases affecting trees in forests and natural ecosystems.