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Disturbance legacies, climate and biotic stressors help to explain widespread decline of P. pinaster in mixed forests in Central Spain

Interregional Workshop 'Resin resource modelling in a context of climate change' (Madrid, 21-22 January 2019). Presentations of the Session 2. Threats & challenges for resin tapping in pine forests – what are we facing?

Climate change and forest resilience – maritime pine decline at southern Guadarrama, by Guillermo Gea (INIA).

A Road Map for innovating NWFPs value chains for the Resins iNet

Remote sensing approaches to forest resource inventories for resin yield modelling

Interregional Workshop 'Resin resource modelling in a context of climate change' (Madrid, 21-22 January 2019). Presentations of the Session 3. Resin yield data & models, a support for resource mobilisation – what can science tell us?

Remote sensing approaches to forest resource inventories for resin yield modelling, by Rafael Alonso (föra forest technologies).

Process based models for resource monitoring in Pinus pinaster

Interregional Workshop 'Resin resource modelling in a context of climate change' (Madrid, 21-22 January 2019). Presentations of the Session 3. Resin yield data & models, a support for resource mobilisation – what can science tell us?

Process based models for resource monitoring in Pinus pinaster, by Marta Gonzalez García (CETEMAS, Wood Technology and Forestry Centre).

Climate and soil factors influencing individual tree resin yield

Interregional Workshop 'Resin resource modelling in a context of climate change' (Madrid, 21-22 January 2019). Presentations of the Session 3. Resin yield data & models, a support for resource mobilisation – what can science tell us?

 Climate and soil factors influencing individual tree resin yield, by Aida Rodriguez (Polytechnic University of Madrid, UPM). 

SustForest Lab & sampling protocols for Maritime pine resin as forest resource

Interregional Workshop 'Resin resource modelling in a context of climate change' (Madrid, 21-22 January 2019). Presentations of the Session 3. Resin yield data & models, a support for resource mobilisation – what can science tell us?

SustForest Lab & sampling protocols for Maritime pine resin as forest resource, by Ricardo Alía (INIA-iuFOR).  

What information is needed for market and profitability analysis of resin tapping systems?

Interregional Workshop 'Resin resource modelling in a context of climate change' (Madrid, 21-22 January 2019). Presentations of the Session 3. Resin yield data & models, a support for resource mobilisation – what can science tell us?

What information is needed for market and profitability analysis of resin tapping systems?, by Armand Clopeau (EFI and SustForest Plus Project).

Yield data and models for a sustainable resin sector in the mediterranean area

Interregional Workshop 'Resin resource modelling in a context of climate change' (Madrid, 21-22 January 2019). Presentations of the Session 3. Resin yield data & models, a support for resource mobilisation – what can science tell us?

Yield data and models for a sustainable resin sector in the mediterranean area, by Mariana Ferreira (LURESA Resinas SL).

Rural abandonment and evolution towards megafires – a rural renaissance needed?

Interregional Workshop 'Resin resource modelling in a context of climate change' (Madrid, 21-22 January 2019). Presentations of the Session 2. Threats & challenges for resin tapping in pine forests – what are we facing?

Rural abandonment and evolution towards megafires – a rural renaissance needed?, by Conceição Colaço and Iryna Skulska ( ISA-University of Lisbon) & 

António Salgueiro (GIFF).

Maritime pine decline in Northern Castile, droughts and implied pathogens

Maritime pine decline in Northern Castile, droughts and implied pathogens

Interregional Workshop 'Resin resource modelling in a context of climate change' (Madrid, 21-22 January 2019). Presentations of the Session 2. Threats & challenges for resin tapping in pine forests – what are we facing? 

Maritime pine decline in Northern Castile, droughts and implied pathogens, by Julio Díez Casero ( iuFOR, University of Valladolid )

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Il progetto INCREDIBLE ha lo scopo di mostrare come i prodotti forestali non legnosi (NWFP) possono svolgere un ruolo importante nel sostenere la gestione forestale sostenibile e lo sviluppo rurale, creando reti per condividere e scambiare conoscenze e competenze. Il progetto INCREDIBLE promuove la collaborazione e l'innovazione intersettoriali per evidenziare il valore e il potenziale dei prodotti forestali non legnosi nel bacino del Mediterraneo.

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Il progetto INCREDIBLE ("INNOVATION Networks of Cork, Resins and Edibles in the Mediterranean basin") riceve finanziamenti dal programma della Commissione Europea Horizon 2020 secondo il grant agreement Nº 774632.

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