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TRANZFOR programme (2009-2012) - Transferring Research between EU and Australia-New Zealand on Forestry and Climate Change


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Annual report Year 3

TRANZFOR 2011 Annual report (Year 3 of the project)

During year 3 of the project, total number of exchanged researchers and months were at the same level as in year 2 and represented 23 individual...
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International Innovation - magazine cover

International Innovation : "Soaking up the CO2" - Interview of JM Carnus and description programme

"30 researchers from the European institutions and countries involved in TRANZFOR have had the opportunity to travel and stay for several months in...
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Report // Mid-term workshop summary (15-16 October 2010)

35 people from 6 countries participated in the workshop including people external to TRANZFOR consortium who were asked to provide feedback and...
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Climate change and the Forestry Sector - Related research and what does it mean for you?

e-worksop on Climate change and Forestry sector - 16 December 2010 (organised from New Zealand, Wellington) - contact: Tim Payn (Scion) -...
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Welcome to the TRANZFOR programme website

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The objectives of TRANZFOR are to promote knowledge exchange in the general domain of Forests and Climate Change between Australia and New Zealand and the European Union through short to medium term (2– 12 months) staff exchanges. Work programmes have been developed around the following areas: Genomics and tree breeding, Forest Models, Environmental Services, Risk Assessment, Bioenergy. The purpose of the mid-term workshop was to:
  • share experience and knowledge gained through TRANZFOR exchanges to date among participants and projects

  • document and discuss emerging issues and forest adaptation priorities in each of the thematic areas to target future exchanges and explore more broadly common science agendas.

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