The Laboratory of Soil Microbial Ecology and Biogeochemistry (LEMiBiS), in the Institute of Agri-Food, Animal and Environmental Sciences at the Campus Colchagua of the Universidad…
27 October 2020 The Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM) Committee of the COST Action CA18135 Fire in the Earth System: Science & Society (FireLinks) is…
Ms Inês Mirra
The main aim was to learn the appropriate methods and tests, apply the specific methodologies, and perform the measurements in the Forest Fire Laboratory.
Ms Michaela Hrabalikova
The main aim was to develop a methodology of identification water sources and its usability and access for fighters together with assessment of escapes routes usable for evacuation.
Ms Inês Ferreira
The main aim was the development of new cultivation strategies of a native desert truffle, Terfezia Arenaria.
Mr Luis Lopes
The main motivation was to harness, as much as possible, the experience and expertise in the topics of post-fire restoration, at short, medium and long terms, develop and expand my knowledge regarding new tools and methodologies for post-fire restoration assessments, and lastly, understand potential differences in burned areas restoration processes and policies between Galicia/Spain and Portugal.
Prof Lea Wittenberg (Michalowitz)
The motivation was to obtain the know-how of advanced laboratory techniques, learn its applicability and practical limitations so the methods will be performed accurately by our team.
Mr Dejan Mandzukovski
The main aim was testing of new methodological approaches to elaborate forest vegetation of Pines, also different methods for numerical analysis - supervise methods (agglomerative method – PC-Ord; division method – Modified TWINSPAN) using JUICE software.
The Forest Ecology Group is a small research team (15 researchers) led by Joaquim Sande Silva and formed in 2019 as a result of a protocol celebrated between the…
by TurgayDindaroglu and Tugrul Yakupoglu, WG3 Dr. Turgay Dindaroglu has been working as Associate Professor on different research projects and teaching activities related to forest…