30
Jan

 –

3
Mar
Umeå, hybrid

Ph.D course: Considering Uncertainty in Forest Management Planning

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Considering uncertainty in forest planning is crucial, allowing for the assessment and mitigation of risk. The nature of forest management planning occurs at various scales, from stand to landscape to national. Generally, long-term forest-wide objectives related to economical, societal, and ecological benefits need to be achieved, but at the same time, it is critical to incorporate detailed stand-level information to define more realistic management options.

The course provides basic knowledge and approaches to implement methods for solving forest management problems incorporating uncertainty and a theoretical foundation on techniques to solve these problems. The structure of the course consists of six modules taught by international experts on these topics and a variety of guest lectures and case studies with an emphasis on the effect of disturbances and the impact of other potential forest damage.

Registration: Sign up to the course here

This i a NOVA course. More information on the course is found at the NOVA site.

The course syllabbus is found here.

 

Facts

Time: 2023-01-30 - 2023-03-03
City: Umeå, hybrid
Organiser: Department of Forest Resource Management
Last signup date: 20 January 2023
Additional info:

First week 30 January to 3 February will be in person in Umeå, Sweden. The rest of the course 6 February to 3 March, will be online: 14.00-16.00 (CET)