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Which forest type sequesters higher carbon in biomass –
Pinus roxburghii or Quercus glauca
|Yes||To compare the amount of biomass carbon stock in two forest types of the study area and to decide which, among those two types, have higher contribution to the mitigation of climate change.|
Mapping the expansion and distribution of willow, aspen and poplar plantations for bioenergy in Sweden, from 2001 to 2016.
Analysis of the evolution and distribution of willow, aspen and poplar plantations area in Sweden during 2001 to 2016 period, apart from the factors that may have played a strong role in that modification. Being those the main tree species in biomass production for bioenergy purposes.
|12:45||Camila||Brazil||Timberland Investment Management Organizations||Yes||Introduce the concept of Timberland Investment Management Organizations (TIMOs).|
|13:00||Simon||Germany||Sorbus torminalis and Sorbus doméstica in the forest district "Hagwald", Germany: Distribution and present relevance||Yes||Giving the audience background knowledge considering the ecological demand of the species as well as applied forest management using the example of a forest district in Southern Germany|
|13:15||Balázs||Hungary||Tracking more frequent droughts in Hungarian forests: from the stories told by tree rings to the national statistics||Yes||Showing evidence and effects of changing climatic conditions in SE Central Europe over the last decades from forest stand to regional level with a focus on Hungary|
|13:30||Matheus||Brazil||Yes||Discuss about the pratices of the planted trees sector in Brazil and how they affect the water resources.|
|13:45||Ignatius Kristia Adikurnia||Indonesia||Wood Wood density as pulp quality & yield predictor in Eucalyptus species, planted in North Sumatra||Yes||Discuss the pro and con of using wood density as sole predictor of pulp yield and quality in three Eucalypt species planted in North Sumatra|