Theme: Climate change adaptation & forest health

The thickness of cork oak trees varies highly, even when they are located in the same geographical location or stand. The objective was to
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The aim is to monitor the population densities of the lepidopteran defoliator Lymantria dispar in Sardinian oak woodlands. This is done through egg mass
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The Dryocosmus kuriphilus insect, chestnut gall wasp, introduced in Portugal in 2014, represents a serious threat to the national production of chestnuts. Over the
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Reducing the amount of damages in the cork oak forest is very important in terms of the sustainability of this ecosystem. Although some of
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A method is resented to reduce the severity of cankers caused by chestnut blight,  Cryphonectria parasitica. This pathogenic fungus penetrates and necroses cortical tissues,
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Cork harvesting, every 10 to 15 years depending on the region, requires trees in good phytosanitary conditions and is a potential source of stress,
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The objective of this study is to establish a vigilance map to identify the areas where cork oak is adapted or inadapted to the
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Climate change is affecting the health and productivity of the Mediterranean stone pine (Pinus pinea) stands in the Spanish Northern Plateau. The main research
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The objectives of this participative research program are:1: Select surviving European chestnut trees within strong impacted areas by the ink disease2: Evaluate their resistance
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Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis Mill.) is one of the most drought-tolerant pine species and it is distributed over large drought-prone Mediterranean regions. The determination
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