Topics of this forum cover a lot of aspects, such as forest-water ecosystem management, climate change and adaptation, ecosystem service and value assessment, forest-water ecological economic policymaking, ecological restoration and management and so on.
The forum is the third high-level international academic conference about forest ecological economy held by IUFRO. It will invite several Nobel Economics Prize winners, members of National Academy of Engineering and Sciences, and internationally renowned scholars in the field of forest ecological economy. Besides, authors of papers with crucial research value selected by discipline committee of the forum will be invited to give keynote speeches.
The forum is the high-level academic one with gathering and communication among global celebrated scholars in forest ecological economy (including water-ecology-economy) and also an significant opportunity for Chinese scholars to present their research achievements and exchange the theories and practices of forest ecological economy. Please submit papers actively in accordance with the theme of forum.
The Joint Meeting of IUFRO WP 7.03.05 and 7.03.10 brings together experts from different countries all sharing the same enthusiasm in Forest Entomology and Pathology thus advancing our science and Forest Protection. During this meeting, new and challenging ideas are being exchanged and fruitful discussions are taking place.
At the Joint Meeting of IUFRO WP 7.03.05 and 7.03.10 experts are presenting their up-to-date studies on a good number of topics, among which:
• Ecology and population dynamics of forest insects and pathogens
• Invasive forest pests
• Monitoring, surveillance methodology and management of forest pests
• Chemical ecology of forest insects
• Genetic analysis of forest insects and pathogens
IUFRO meetings are the main scientific events in the field of Forest Sciences in general. As such, these meetings bring together reputable scientists from all over the world. This Joint Meeting in particular examining forest insects and pathogens attracts scientists that are actively involved in shaping national and international policies regarding forest pests.