Conference

July 4-6, 2022, Bordeaux (France)

This international conference is financially supported by the OECD Co-operative Research Programme: Sustainable Agricultural and Food Systems

Forêt aérienne

Forecasting and managing multi-risks in Mediterranean, temperate and boreal forests

​​​comparison between North-American and European approaches

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This workshop is to give a prospective analysis of knowledge gaps, needs for tools, the limits of the available multi-risks management tools in regards to the demand of stakeholders

Forests provide a broad spectrum of essential ecosystem services. They are rich in biodiversity and valuable for water regulation, soil protection and recreation. As well as for providing timber and other non-wood forest products, forests are important for mitigating climate change and for the renewable energy sector. Yet, forests are increasingly affected by three main forest disturbance risk complexes:  droughts and wildfires, windstorms, forest pests and pathogens, and their complex interactions. Though disturbances are an integral part of natural development cycles of forest ecosystems, in managed forests, they are often regarded as disruptive and are frequently affecting not only by forest ecological components but also by the wood-based industries, the forest owners’ communities and the  wholethe whole society.

Climate change are is further accelerating the extent and intensity of these disturbances. The effects of climate change on important disturbance agents such as fire, bark beetles, pathogens and drought is a highly prolific field of study. Less synthetic knowledge is available on interactions among disturbance agents. One of the major challenges for forest sciences are to analyze present and emergent risks and their interactions, to produce survey tools for multi-risks management and to analyze the different strategies for risks mitigation.

This workshop focuses on North-American and European forests that represent more than 20% of the world forest area and brings together many scientific experts in risks in forest socio-ecosystems and also a broad spectrum of decision makers and practitioners.

 
 

PARTNERS

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SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

Pauline Défossez, INRAE (France)

Philippe Deuffic, INRAE (France)

Claude Durocher, Université Laval (Canada)

Eric Rigolot, INRAE (France)

Cécile Robin, INRAE (France)

Kaysandra Waldron, NRCan-CFS (Canada)

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Patricia Braconnier, INRAE (France)

Pauline Défossez, INRAE (France)

Philippe Deuffic, INRAE (France)

Claude Durocher, Université Laval (Canada)

Eric Rigolot, INRAE (France)

Cécile Robin, INRAE (France)

Kaysandra Waldron, NRCan-CFS (Canada)

 
 
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List of the hotels near the Conference place

You can stay in one of the hotels located in the city center or near Bordeaux Sciences Agro (Gradignan). List of hotels near Bordeaux Sciences Agro (10 to 15 minutes on foot)

  • Hôtel Restaurant Campanile Allée des Demoiselles, Gradignan €65 (night+breakfast included) -Specify Bordeaux sciences agro rate when booking (by email or telephone only).

  • Hôtel B&B (same adresse than Campanile)

  • Enight, 8 rue Gutenberg,  Gradignan negotiated price -10%: €93 (night+breakfast included)-Specify the name of the conference when booking.

  • Hôtel de Guyenne (lycée hôtelier de Talence – Bordeaux) 15 rue François Rabelais, Talence

  • Domaine de Raba 35 rue Remi Belleau 33400 Talence https://www.domainederaba-talence.com/fr/ Specify the name of society  science Agronomie when bookingà la réservation

  • The room "Les sous-bois" at the rate of 240€ per night, breakfast included The room "Les Pigeons" at the rate of 285€ per night breakfast included The "Le cygne" room at the rate of €305 per night, breakfast included The room "The animals of the park" at the rate of 285€ per night breakfast included The "Birds" room at the rate of €265 per night, breakfast included The lodges at the rates of 285€ per night breakfast included

  • Hôtel Carthon https://carthonferriere.site-solocal.com/www.hotel-gradignan-sud.com

  • Hôtel Le Chalet Lyrique 169 Cours du Général de Gaulle, 33170 Gradignan www.chalet-lyrique.fr

List of the hotels near center of Bordeaux here  ici