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REUFIS Meeting 2017
REUFIS Meeting 17-19 October 2017 Downloads Gallery 16-Oct Monday - Arrival of participants 17-Oct Tuesday – Invasive insects (training - Bark and ambrosia beetles) Opening and introduction Overview – invasive insects in Europe and Central Asia (REU region) General biology, ecology, morphology and management of bark and ambrosia beetle (BAB) Invasive BAB in the world and REU region Introduction to BAB identification & taxonomy Tools and resources for BAB identification 12:00 Lunch break 13:00 Practical training Identification of BAB…Find out more »
Annual REUFIS meeting 2018: Invasive pathogens in the REUFIS region & the role of nurseries
Annual REUFIS meeting: Invasive pathogens in the REUFIS region & the role of nurseriesDate: 16-18 Oct. 2018Place: Center for Advanced Training of Forest Workers in Zhdanovichi (http://rucles.by), close to Minsk, Belarus. Downloads Gallery Combatting forest invasive species in the region of Europe and Central Asia is often hampered by a lack of information and its dissemination. The members of the REUFIS Network identified the need for a network or “platform” where scientists, managers and policy-makers can share information and experiences…Find out more »
ANNUAL REUFIS MEETING 2019: INVASIVE SPECIES ON NUT TREES AND THEIR MANAGEMENT
The focus of 2019’s capacity building workshop & expert meeting was: “Invasive species on nut trees and their management”. The opening of the workshop was delivered by Mr Yalcin Akin, Regional Director, Bursa Regional Directorate of Forestry; Ms Shiroma Sathyapala (REU) and Mr Ferenc Lakatos (REUFIS network secretary). The threats and future challenges were demonstrated by the keynote lectures given by Mr Simone Propero, WSL Switzerland. Invited speakers from Turkey gave a valuable insight into the current forest health situation…Find out more »
Webinar 2020 – Forest Invasive Species the next global pandemic?
Participate in the webinar, contribute to the discussion, and share ideas and solutions! The recording of the webinar is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8bRyzGSl-s&feature=youtu.be The Asia-Pacific Forest Invasive Species Network (APFISN) Forest Invasive Species Network for Europe and Central Asia (REUFIS) Forest Invasive Species Network for Africa (FISNA) Near East Network on Forest Health and Invasive Species (NENFHIS) For more details open the pdf bellow: webinar_Forest_Invasive_SpeciesFind out more »
2020 – Protecting oak trees for future generations in Europe and Central Asia
Downloads Forests face new threats from both native pest species with changing biology and behaviour, and also non-native, sometimes even invasive, pest species; the latter of which are often very difficult to manage.Recognizing this issue, the countries of Europe and Central Asia established the Forest Invasive Species Network for Europe and Central Asia (REUFIS) where scientists, forest managers and policy-makers can share information and coordinate activities related to forest invasive species. Oaks are one of the dominating tree species in…Find out more »
Contingency plans and early warning systems – how can they help protect forests?
WEBINAR Contingency plans and early warning systems – how can they help protect forests? Forests face new continuous threats from both native pest species with changing biology and behaviour, as well as from non-native, invasive species; the latter of which are often very difficult to manage. Recognizing this issue, the Forest Invasive Species Network for Europe and Central Asia (REUFIS) has created a platform where scientists, forest managers and policymakers can share information and coordinate activities related to…Find out more »