Session 4: Living with ash dieback in continental Europe (FRAXBACK London meeting)





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Published on Dec 4, 2013

[4 of 4] Session 4; Chair: Dr Barbara Schulz
15:50 -- 16:10; Dr Arnaud Dowkiw (France): The situation with ash dieback in France and spatio-temporal disease progress in a 19-year-old stand
16:10 -- 16:25; Dr Gerry Douglas (Ireland): Responses to emerging ash dieback at its current frontiers in Ireland
16:25 -- 16:35; Prof Chris Gilligan (UK): Epidemiology of ash dieback in the UK
16:35 -- 16:45; Dr Joan Webber (UK): Research on Ash dieback by Forest Research
16:45 -- 16:55; Dr Diane Saunders (UK): The NORNEX research consortium
16:55 -- 17:05; Prof Steve Woodward (UK): Defocusing from dieback: the Emerald Ash Borer is heading our way
17:05 -- 17:10; Dr Richard Buggs (UK): The British Ash Genome Project and closing remarks

This conference on 29th November 2013 provided an opportunity for British stakeholders to benefit from scientists' experiences of ash dieback in continental Europe. This meeting was supported and organised by the European Cooperation in Science and Technology action FRAXBACK (FRAXBACK FP1103 COST Action). This action is coordinated by Dr Rimvys Vasaitis, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. The local organiser of the conference is Dr Richard Buggs, Queen Mary University of London. The conference was held at the Linnean Society, Burlington House, Piccadilly.


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