November 8, 2021 - November 10, 2021

Introduction, Breeding, Propagation and Deployment of Pacific Northwest Conifers Around the World: 70 years of Progress, Opportunities and Challenges

Virtual meeting: instructions to connect are communicated upon registration.

We are pleased to offer a most cordial welcome to the first ever virtual meeting of IUFRO Working Group 2.02.05 on Pacific Northwest Conifers!
Yes, there has been much disruption since covid-19 made its appearance, but PNW Conifers have kept growing and providing many benefits in their area of origin and around the world! WG 2.02.05 has not met since Forest Genetics 2013 in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada.
By means of modern technology, you can join from wherever you are based without traveling, and share your recent genetics-related experiences and progress with these magnificent species!

Organizers

  • Brian Baltunis (Weyerhaeuser Company, USA)
  • Keith Jayawickrama (Oregon State University, USA)
  • Jaroslav Klaptse (Scion, New Zealand)
  • Philippe Rozenberg (INRAE, France)
  • Silvio Schueler (Federal Research and Training Centre for Forests, Natural Hazards and Landscape, Austria)
  • Rich Sniezko (United States Forest Service, USA)
  • Nick Ukrainetz (British Columbia Minsitry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resources, Rural Development, Canada)
  • Terrance Ye (Oregon State University, USA)

Scientific Committee

  • Rich Sniezko (United States Forest Service, USA)
  • Silvio Schueler (Federal Research and Training Centre for Forests, Natural Hazards and Landscape, Austria)
  • Marcela von Loo (Federal Research and Training Centre for Forests, Natural Hazards and Landscape, Austria)
  • Terrance Ye (Oregon State University, USA)
  • Nick Ukrainetz (British Columbia Minsitry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resources, Rural Development, Canada)
  • Keith Jayawickrama (Oregon State University, USA)

Registration 

The registration is open on the website of the conference: https://pnwconifers2021.sciencesconf.org/ 

Registrations fees : 

  • Early registration: 55 € (until October 20)
  • Late registration: 70 € (from October 21 to November 5) 

Abstracts submission

Please go on the website of the conference in order to submit your abstract https://pnwconifers2021.sciencesconf.org/ before September 20.

You can download here the template.

Guidelines :

Your proposal (for an oral communication or a scientific poster) will consist of an abstract of 500 words maximum to be filled in directly online.

Procedure to follow
1. Login . At the top right, click on "Login". If you already have an account on Sciencesconf or HAL, you can directly log in using your settings.  
Otherwise, click on "Create an account" and fill in the form.

2. Enter a proposal
In the left-hand menu, under the heading "Login Area", click on "Deposits" . The "Deposits > My Deposits" window opens.
Simply click on "Submit a summary" and follow the procedure. Fill in all the fields. You have the possibility to add authors if necessary.
DON'T FORGET TO VALIDATE YOUR DEPOSIT BY CLICKING ON "SUBMIT".

A window will appear to confirm that your submission has been taken into account. You will also receive a confirmation email.

For last minute abstract submission: please contact the organizers

 

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