The Future of Trees
|23 September 2020
|13:00 - 15:00
|What is it:
|The University of Manchester
|Who is it for:
|University staff, Adults, Current University students
Trees are an integral part of many landscapes in forests, woodlands, parks, streets and cities but are facing immense challenges from climate change, pests and diseases. This event hopes to stimulate conversations between research communities at The University of Manchester working on research related to forestry, woodland, urban and other treescapes to inform and support future collaborative working.
This event is open to researchers at The University of Manchester who are interested in learning about the latest forestry and forestry-related research.
The drive for this meeting was the recent announcement by NERC for a £10M funding call looking at the Future of UK Treescapes.
Dave Johnson - Chair in Soil Microbial Ecology and MERI Liaison for Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Filipa Cox - UKRI Future Leaders Fellow, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Polyanna Bispo - Lecturer in Physical Geography, School of Environment, Education and Development
Anna Gilchrist - Lecturer in Environmental Planning, School of Environment, Education and Development
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