26 August 2019 - 31 August 2019
The conference is devoted to the 75-year anniversary of the V.N. Sukachev Institute of Forests, the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (SB RAS).
The conference covers a broad range of topics such as
ESM-CLR participates in this conference with a suite of individual presentations and as session and panel organizer:
In addition, IIASA and IBFRA together with the Institute of Forest of the Russian Federal Forest Service, hosted a problem oriented plenary session on “A system approach to the assessment of the carbon cycle at the national / regional level” on 27 August, chaired by Florian Kraxner and a round table on “Principles of sustainable forest management”, moderated by Anatoly Shvidenko.
IIASA CLR head Florian Kraxner co-hosted the conference, also as a representative of IBFRA as the research organizations current president. The conference will be followed by a series of bilateral meetings with local institutions, where, together with his team Dr. Kraxner will provide the latest status of research results from IIASA and IBFRA, such as the IBFRA insight process. Furthermore, they will discuss new research opportunities as well as ongoing project work with research collaboration partners from the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Forest SB RAS, V.N. Sukachev Institute of Forest SB RAS, the Russian Federal Forest Service and the Administration of the Krasnoyarsk Kray of the Siberian Federal University SFU.
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