Two presentations on disturbance patterns and impacts in Europe's forests at the international conference "Macroecology in Space and Time", April 19-21, 2017.
Currently ongoing in Vienna is the 10th annual meeting of the specialist group on macroecology of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, entitled "Macroecology in Space and Time".
RESIN PI Rupert Seidl talked about emerging work in the potential impacts of novel disturbances from invasive alien pest species on forest carbon storage in Europe. The full authors and title of the talk are: Seidl, R., Klonner, G., Rammer, W., Essl, F., Moreno, A., Neumann, M., Dullinger, S.: The potential impact of invasive pests on carbon storage in Europe’s forests.
A second talk by RESIN collaborator Cornelius Senf discussed the differences and similarities in natural disturbances in forests of Central Europe. The full authors and title of the talk are: Senf, C., Seidl, R.: Similarities and differences in forest disturbance dynamics across the European temperate forest biome.
Check out the full book of abstracts here!