Accepted abstracts

The maximum measure of one poster is 80cm x 120cm. They are mounted with clips or double sided tape.

Poster Session of theScientific Seminar - Adaptation of Forest Landscape to Environmental Changes (Thursday 18.9)

AC08 Poster topic 1: Forest biology for a multifunctional approach to landscape

  • Bright tourism which the usefulness of a forest creates pdf.

  • Morphological variability analyze of the fruits and essential oils at species of Rosa kind in Tunisia pdf.

  • Woody debris and Mediterranean forestry pdf.

  • Does planted Mediterranean cork oak cope the environmental changes 13 years after planting differently than seeded plants? pdf.

  • Natural regeneration in Mediterranean pine forests challenges by climate change pdf.

  • Genetic diversity in European chestnut populations by means of SSR and EST-SSR markers pdf.

  • Safeguard and sustainable management of araucaria araucana (Mol. C. Koch) genetic resources pdf.

  • Stable isotopes in forest ecophysiology -  From the leaf to the biosphere pdf.

  • QBS-AR: an index for the evaluation of human impact on the soil microarthropod community in forests of Central Italy pdf.

  • Control of fundamental quality traits of lignocellulosic material pdf.

AC08 Poster topic 2: Innovative tools for monitoring and planning the rural and forest landscape

  • Assessing impacts of climate change in forested landscape planning with advanced decision support tools. A case study in Portugal pdf.

  • Land abandonment in the central Apennine: modelling of meadowland reduction pdf.

AC08 Poster topic 3: Ecosystem services and tourism

  • Agroforestry systems in Europe: recent scientific findings on agroforestry systems and policy constraints to their adoption at EU level pdf.

  • Biodiversity and rural development: the case study of the "Shepherd's walnut" or "Tratturo's walnut". An action model for sustainable rural development shaped on the peculiar features of a rural area pdf.

  • Area Natura 2000 SPAs and SACs perceived by local communities like important elements for local development? The case study of Fortore-Alto Tammaro, a rural area on the mid-southern Apennines pdf.

  • Landscape and tourism in the Regional Park of the Euganean Hills (Veneto - Italy) pdf.

  • Conservation of domestic animal biodiversity for a multifunctional agriculture: costs and benefits of preserving the Italian Sopravissana sheep from extinction pdf.

Oral Presentations of theScientific Seminar- Adaptation of Forest Landscape to Enviromental Changes  (Friday 19.9)

AC08 Abstract topic 1: Forest biology for a multifunctional approach to landscape

  • Early silvicultural practices on stone pine (pinus pinea l.) Stands: effect on growth and fruiting process pdf.

  • Landscape change as a result of ecological restoration in forest practices pdf.

  • Prospecting and collection of the accessions of wild rose (Rosa canina) in Tunisia and Conservation ex-citu pdf.

  • Carbon sequestration at Urbion Model Forest (Spain) pdf.

  • Interactions between Volative Organic Compounds emitted from vegetation and troposheric ozone pdf.

  • Regional variations in wildfire preference for land cover types in the Mediterranean region: how to manage forest landscapes to minimize fire hazard pdf.

  • Salicaceae for phytoremediation: molecular and physiological markers for environmental pollution tolerance in fast growing trees pdf.

  • Afforestation of arbale lands in Italy with Mixed Hardwood Plantations: productive and environmental benefits in terms of water use economy pdf.

AC08 Abstract topic 2: Innovative tools for monitoring and planning the rural and forest landscape

  • Assessing fire risk for enhanced forested landscape analysis and planning in Portugal pdf.

  • Assessment of drought effects on Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) using Remote Sensing in the Southern French Alps pdf.

  • Ecological restoration of Mediterranean landscapes: analysis tools for selecting priority areas at regional scale pdf.

  • Scots pine and Norway spruce growth trends in North-West Russia as an indicator of forest landscape adaptation to environmental changes pdf.

  • The role of satellite images and landscape indicators as tools for landscape analysis and monitoring: A case study from Lagadas County, Greece pdf.

  • Analysis of the impact of landscape fragmentation on forest vulnerability and resilience pdf.

  • The landscape aesthetic valuing assessing forest multifunctionality: a case study on a chestnut wood pdf.

  • The impact of the recent climate change on forest stand productivity along an altitudinal gradient in Central Italy pdf.

AC08 Abstract topic 3: Ecosystem services and tourism

  • Classifying forest goods and services in view of designing appropriate policy instruments pdf.

  • Economic valuation of Mediterranean forest related tourism: A Greek CVM case study pdf.

  • Economic valuation of non-use services of old growth forest resources: application of CVM to the Biryah Forest pdf.

  • Ecosystem services and landscape utilisation in mountainous north Pindos pdf.

  • Innovative tools for the development of regional markets for sustainable tourism: the case study of the Mount Grappa pdf.

  • Payments for Forest Environmental and Social Services: organisational models and related experiences in Italy pdf.

  • Sustainable development of tourism in harmonization with profitability of the economy and conservation of ecosystem in Albania pdf.

  • Valuing goods and services multi-production in a Mediterranean mountain range landcape pdf.

  • Assessing multiple forest ecosystem services: a multicriteria approach pdf.

Submission of abstracts

We hereby open the call for abstracts. The deadline for submitting is 31 March 2008. The abstracts should be sent to Prof. Giuseppe Scarascia by email (firstname.lastname email.jpg ibaf.cnr.it).

The organisers are looking for options for publishing papers based on the presentations and passing the peer-review process. Information on publishing procedure will be informed as soon as possible. 

Instructions for writing abstracts

The length of the abstract is maximum of one page. The body of abstract should be no more than 500 words. The margins are as follows:
Top: 2.54 cm
Bottom: 2.54 cm
Left: 3.17 cm
Right: 3.17 cm
Header: 1.27 cm
Footer: 1.27 cm

Use Times New Roman font at a size of 11 points. Start by giving the title (centre) in bold. Then give the names of authors (last name, initials) in italics: list the presenting author first and then the other authors in alphabetical order. Type affiliation name and country below the author line. Indicate different affiliations by numbering (superscript). Type the paragraphs of the body text single spaced without any indents or tabs.

Do not indent the new chapter but separate it with one empty line. Note that the keywords are not obligatory.
Keywords: max 3 words

At the bottom of the abstract (can be on the second page) include the following information: last name of presenter, first name(s) of presenter, affiliation, mailing address, telephone number, fax number, email address.

Sample abstract


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Smith, James Edward, University of Space, Department of Planning, P.O. Box 77, 77000 Town, Country, tel. +358 7 123456, fax +358 7 123456, email james.smith@space.xx