IUFRO Conference on Remote Sensing and Forest Monitoring
1-3 June 1999, Rogów
The IUFRO Conference on Remote Sensing and Forest Monitoring will be held at the Center of Ecological Education of the Warsaw Agricultural University, Rogów, Poland, 1-3 June 1999.
Review the state-of-the-art of remote sensing as a tool of forest monitoring and inventory and forest fire management
Review the research and application problems of the use of remote sensing in forestry and forest fire management(from countrywide to global scale)
Review the present and future remote sensing systems in relation to forestry oriented applications
Discuss the recommendations concerning future activity of IUFRO remote sensing society in relation to IUFRO-2000 Congress.
Sessions and moderators:
Remote Sensing and Biodiversity Barbara Koch Remote Sensing and Regional and Global Forest Monitoring Risto Päivinen Remote Sensing and Education Issues David L. Evans Remote Sensing and Forest Fires Brian Stocks Disaster in Forestry Mathias Schardt Remote Sensing and Tropical Forests Jusoff Kamaruzaman
Call for papers and posters: You are kindly invited to submit a paper/or present a poster. Please send an abstract (approx. 300 words) to the secretariat before 20 September, 1998. The instructions for preparing the final manuscripts and posters will be presented in the second circular.
Registration fee: Detailed information about fees and prices will be given in the second circular
Contact address for the conference organization:
Mr. Arkadiusz Nowicki Mr. Wlodzimierz Karaszkiewicz Faculty of Forestry Rakowiecka 26/30 PL – 02-528 Warsaw