Workshop ‘Individualistic Growth Response’-network
From 6th to 9th of February 2018, 19 members of the Individualistic Growth Response network (IGR) from 11 countries participated in a workshop held at Wageningen University and Research (WUR), Netherlands. The aim of the workshop was to obtain a first insight into the IGR data-network and outline further research avenues. It was organized by WUR staff members Allan Buras (initiator of IGR) and Ute Sass-Klaassen, and financially supported by the Association for Tree-Ring Research (ATR).
2018: a year full of activities!
In 2018, numerous ATR-supported/-related events will take place, including:
- a workshop on the Quantification of growth divergence, Wageningen University (the Netherlands), February 7-9.
- tree-ring related sessions at EGU 2018, like BG2.23 and CL1.07, Vienna (Austria), April 8-13.
- the TRACE 2018 conference, Greifswald (Germany), April 24-27. Register online at: www.trace2018.com!
- the international conference Wood formation and tree adaptation to climate, Orléans (France), May 23-28. Find more info here.
- the WorldDendro conference, Bhutan, June 2-22. For ATR members, five grants of 300 Euro are offered to participate in the conference; find information on how to apply here.
- 5th International Training School in Quantitative Wood Anatomy using ROXAS, San Vito (Italy), June 25-29. Register here.
- a summer school on Tree rings, climate, natural resources, and human Interaction, Cheryomushki – Khakassia (Russia), August 12-24. Register at: siberianschool2018.sfu-kras.ru/index.html.
…and many more!
28th European Dendroecological Fieldweek ﹣ a student experience
From September 10-17, 2017, the 28th European Dendroecological Fieldweek took place in the Vosges Mountains, France.
Edina Merdan, one of the participants that received financial support from ATR, tells about her experience here.
ATR-supported summer school ﹣ a student experience
From September 25-29, 2017, a highly succesfull international summer school “From xylogenesis to dendroecology: dendrochronology, quantitative wood anatomy and stable isotopes” took place in Naples, Italy.
Anna Dinella, a Ph.D.-student that received financial support from ATR, tells about her experience here.
New website of ATR
The Association for Tree-Ring Research has a new website, which was designed to enhance the user experience and to support mobile viewing.