The main aim of this meeting is to transfer knowledge and disseminate results from three projects developed under the umbrella of the Forest Research Centre (CEF) aiming to improve knowledge on cork and cork oak management: AFINET, CorkNeigbors and INCREDIBLE. Taking advantage of RAIN and Cork iNet networks, the event will include (i) oral presentations in an auditorium especially built to promote cork oak knowledge and (ii) a field trip to two cork oak stands where research results from ISA/CEF PhD thesis will be discussed.
Free registration but limited to room capacity. Registration is required until September 8th by email to email@example.com , including the following information:
name, institution, email and interest to attend the group lunch (cost pay for each participant) and the field trip in the afternon (transport provided by the organization from Observatório da Cortiça to cork oak stands and return to Observatório da Cortiça).
Observatório do Sobreiro e da Cortiça, Coruche, Portugal.