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Training School – Analysis of the cost effectiveness of Woodlands for Water PES
Freiburg, Germany – 6 – 8 October 2020.
Training School details can be found on the attached training school flyer
Introduction to the training school by Rasoul Yousefpour, Assistant Professor, Chair of Forestry Economics and Forest Planning, Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources
Presentation by Gregory Valatin
Presentation by Tom Nisbet, FR's Head of Physical Environment Research, Forest-Water Interactions
Presentation by Rasoul Yousefpour – Introduction to forest-water interactions by 3PG-Hydro and Day 2 exercise
Presentation by Antonio Del Campo and Maria Gonzalez-Sanchis, Universitat Politecnica De Valencia, A case study result on forest management efficiency for water services.
Presentation by Marco Natkhin and Tanja Sanders, Thuenen Institut of Forest Ecosystems – Impact of trees and forests on groundwater recharge and water balance.
Presentation by Tanja Sanders and Marco Natkhin – Intensive forest-water monitoring (and ground water recharge)
Presentation by Jens Abildtrup, BETA/INRAE, Nancy, France – Forest-Water management in Denmark and France
Presentation by Antonio del Campo and Maria González-Sanchis – Forest Management for Water Services: Tools – A case study result on forest management efficiency for water services.
Presentation by Rasoul Yousefpour – Analysis of the cost effectiveness of Woodlands for Water PES
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