Scientific Summary No. 84, 2011
The conference on "Frontiers in Historical Ecology" from August 30 – September 2, 2011, at WSL Birmensdorf, Switzerland discussed four major topics: Relevance of historical information in times of global change; Beyond case studies in historical ecology - the search for general patterns of ecosystem change; Historical ecology and ecosystem modeling; Problems and possibilities on the border between historical ecology and environmental history/archaeology. Throughout the conference it became very obvious that historical ecology is a vibrant and relevant field for interdisciplinary collaboration.
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Save the Forests – Finding and Using Natural Genetic Resistance
By Richard A. Sniezko, Deputy Coordinator IUFRO 2.02.15 Breeding and Genetic Resources of Five-Needle Pines
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