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Bucharest 2015

Conference Ecology and Silvicultural Management of Coppice Forests in Europe

Ramada Bucharest Majestic Hotel, Bucharest, Romania, 19-21 October 2015

Local Organiser: Prof. Dr. Valeriu-Norocel Nicolescu

Conference Programme 

Journal Article on the Conference (in Romanian)
 

Monday, Oct 19th: COST Action 1301 Internal Meetings (WG, CG & MC)

Tuesday, Oct 20th: Excursion, jointly organised with the Romanian Forest Administration ROMSILVA

Wednesday, Oct 21st: Conference with oral presentations & posters

 

Over 60 participants attended the Conference in Bucharest to discuss a variety of topics related to coppice forest ecology and management.

 

 

 

Section 1. History of coppice management

HISTORICAL COPPICE WOODLANDS IN SW SLOVAKIA: AN ANALYSIS FOR THE FOREST MANAGEMENT AND NATURE CONSERVATION

Alexander Fehér

 

Section 2. Conversion of coppice forests

ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF STANDARD COSTS FOR CONVERSION OF COPPICE FORESTS

Tomislav Dubravac, Sanja Perić, Martina Tijardović (presenter) and Miljenko Županić

 

CONVERSION OF COPPICE FORESTS TOWARDS HIGH FORESTS IN ROMANIA: ECONOMIC, TECHNICAL AND POLITICAL ISSUES

Valeriu-Norocel Nicolescu, Matei-Nicolae Ciolan, Delia-Maria Baniță, Maria Băluț and Cornelia Hernea

 

 

Section 3. Physiology of resprouting ability

GROWTH PERFORMANCES AND ECO-PHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS IN SEEDLINGS OF PEDUNCULATE OAK (QUERCUS ROBUR L.) ORIGINS IN TURKISH COPPICE FORESTS

Halil Barış Özel and Nebi Bilir

 

 

Section 4. Coppice management for ecosystem services

BIOMASS ALLOCATION AND CARBON POTENTIAL OF BEECH COPPICE FORESTS IN EASTERN MACEDONIA

Christian Aeschlimann and Daniel Gjenchevski

 

BIOMASS PRODUCTION OF COPPICED HYBRID ASPEN ON AGRICULTURAL SOIL IN FINLAND – 2-YEAR RESULTS

Jyrki Hytönen

 

HARVESTING AND EXTRACTION IMPACTS ON EUCALYPTUS GRANDIS X E. UROPHYLLA COPPICING POTENTIAL AND ROTATION-END VOLUME IN ZULULAND, SOUTH AFRICA

Keith M Little, Kylle Schwegman, Andrew McEwan and Simon Ackerman

 

COPPICE FORESTS IN BELGRADE AREA IN SERBIA                    

Milun Krstic, Marina Vukin and Branko Kanjevac (cancelled)

 

SOCIO-ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF PRIVATE FOREST OWNERS IN COPPICE FOREST IN SERBIA

Milun Krstić and Nenad Petrović (cancelled)

 

COPPICE FOREST DEFINITIONS, LEGAL FRAME AND MANAGEMENT TRADITIONS IN EUROPE

D. Lazdina & WG1 members

 

OPPORTUNITIES FOR COPPICE MANAGEMENT AT THE LANDSCAPE LEVEL: THE ITALIAN EXPERIENCE

Paola Mairota, Maria Chiara Manetti, Emilio Amorini, Francesco Pelleri, Marco Terradura, Mauro Frattegiani, Paola Savini, Francesco Grohmann, Paolo Mori, Piergiorgio Terzuolo and Pietro Piussi

 

SILVICULTURAL ANALYSIS OF BEECH COPPICE FORESTS IN UPPER BREGALNICA REGION IN MACEDONIA

Marija Sterjovska and Patrick Schwab (presenter)

 

CHALLENGES IN THE ECO-BASED FOREST MANAGEMENT OF COPPICE FORESTS IN UKRAINE

Ivan Sopushynskyy, Ivan Kharyton and Oleksandr Mnyukh

 

 

USING NELDER WHEEL FOR STUDYING SOME FACTORIAL EFFECTS ON EARLY GROWTH OF POPLAR (POPULUS SPP.) CLONES – PRELIMINARY RESULTS AFTER ONE VEGETATION SEASON

I. Tsvetkov, H. Hristova, E. Popov and T. Stankova

 

 

Section 5. Biomass equations in different broadleaved tree species treated as coppice

BIOMASS EQUATIONS FOR SESSILE OAK (QUERCUS PETRAEA (MATT.) LIEBL.) AND HORNBEAM (CARPINUS BETULUS L.) IN AGED COPPICED FORESTS IN SOUTHWEST GERMANY

Patrick Pyttel, Christian Suchomel, Jürgen Bauhus and Gero Becker

 

 

Section 6. Short rotation coppice in Europe

EFFECT OF THE LEAF RUST MELAMPSORA LARICI-POPULINA ON WOOD PRODUCTION OF POPULUS NIGRA IN SRC

Kateřina Novotná, Petra Štochlová (presenter) and Vojtěch Benetka

 

ECONOMY OF SHORT-ROTATION PRODUCTION OF DOWNY BIRCH ON FORMER PEAT PRODUCTION AREAS

Paula Jylhä, Jyrki Hytönen and Anssi Ahtikoski

 

PRODUCTIVITY AND COST OF HARVESTING SHORT-ROTATION DOWNY BIRCH

Paula Jylhä and Dan Bergström

 

RELATION BETWEEN CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF SOIL AND BIOMASS FROM POPLAR SHORT ROTATION COPPICE IN PORTUGAL AND BELGIUM

Abel Rodrigues, Mário Costa, Stefan Vanbeveren and Reinhart Ceulemans

 

ENERGY AND NUTRIENTS IN A SHORT-ROTATION COPPICE

Stefan Vanbeveren, R. Gebauer, R. Plichta, D. Volarik and Reinhart Ceulemans

 

 

Posters

COPPICE MANAGEMENT OF HOLM OAK (Quercus ilex L.) AND PUBESCENT OAK (Quercus pubescens Willd.) IN CROATIA

Tomislav Dubravac, Damir Barčić, Miljenko Županić and Martina Tijardović

 

IMPROVEMENT FELLINGS IN THE CONVERSION OF PYRENEAN-OAK (QUERCUS PYRENAICA WILLD.) COPPICE FORESTS

João Carvalho


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