Meet HoliSoils’ researchers at the IUFRO World Congress 2024!

The 26th IUFRO World Congress will gather forest policymakers, scientists, and practitioners in Stockholm (Sweden) from 23 to 29 June 2024. The event will be the occasion to network with the forest stakeholders from all over the world, learn about the latest research and innovation, and discuss how to work together to achieve a sustainable future for forests and society.

If you’re attending the Congress, seize the opportunity to connect with researchers involved in HoliSoils and learn more about their work. Explore this list of sessions where you can gain valuable insights into HoliSoils research:

Optimizing tree density for creating resilient forests with climate change
HoliSoils researcher: Frank Sterck (Wageningen University & Research)
[Poster session 1] – S1.2 Forest health under climate change and air pollution
Time: 12:30 – 13:15, 24 June
Location: Poster 2

Digital soil mapping and modelling of forest soils in Europe
HoliSoils researcher: Laura Poggio (World Soil Information)
[Session T5.9] – Digital (soil) mapping as a suitable approach to generate spatial forest site and biodiversity data at different scales’
Time: 8:30-10:30, 25 June
Location: B6

Potential benefits for spruce – beech mixture vs. spruce monoculture from the belowground view
HoliSoils researcher: Karin Pritsch (Technical University of Munich)
Session: [Poster session 3] – T1.4 Climate Smart Forestry
Time: 12:00-12:45, 25 June
Location: Poster 18

Climate change induced risks for forestry and forest owners’ willingness to join the voluntary carbon schemes
HoliSoils researcher: Emmi Haltia (Natural Resources Institute Finland)
Session: [Poster session 4] – S4.4 Socio-ecological conflicts in forest management: risks of (not) adapting?
Time: 13:30-14:15, 25 June
Location: Poster 6

Session T5.12 | Experimental underpinning for projections of forest futures
HoliSoils researcher: Virginie Baldy (Aix Marseille University)
Time: 16:00-18:00, 25 June
Location: B3

Could continuous cover forestry on drained peatlands increase the carbon sin of Finnish forest?
HoliSoils researcher: Aleksi Lehtonen (Natural Resources Institute Finland)
Session: [Poster session 7] – Forest ecosystem services (Pot-7)
Time: 12:00-12:45, 27 June
Location: Poster 15

Explore the full programme of the event!