DDD Conference

Research-based Dryland Afforestation and Landscape Restoration

Convener: Dr. Shani Rohatyn-Blitz, Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael-Jewish National Fund (KKL-JNF), Israel

Goal-oriented adaptive forest management is the planning and execution of management operations according to a pre-determined set of management goals integrated with ongoing forest research and monitoring. In this session, we will present how insights from short- and long-term research have been supporting dryland afforestation and landscape restoration projects.

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  • Research-based Dryland Afforestation and Landscape Restoration

    1. Dr. Josu G. Alday

    Soil Fungal Communities in Dryland Afforestation Programs; Are We Recovering these Fundamental Elements of the Ecosystem?

    University of Lleida, Spain

  • Research-based Dryland Afforestation and Landscape Restoration

    2. Dr. Eli Argaman

    Multi-Aged Eco-Hydrological Functioning of Water Harvesting Systems on Soil and Vegetation Dynamics in a Semiarid Region, Israel

    Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Israel

  • Research-based Dryland Afforestation and Landscape Restoration

    3. Dr. Eli Zaady

    Drought as a Climate Change Agent Affects Afforestation in Runoff Water Harvesting Systems under Semiarid Conditions

    Volcani Institute, Agricultural Research Organization, Israel

  • Research-based Dryland Afforestation and Landscape Restoration

    4. Dr. Tamir Klein

    A Hidden Mechanism of Forest Loss under Climate Change: The role of Drought in Eliminating Forest Regeneration at the Edge of its Distribution

    Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

  • Research-based Dryland Afforestation and Landscape Restoration

    5. Dr. Rakefet David-Schwartz

    Pinus Brutia, Pinus Halepensis and their Hybrids: Physiological and Morphological Traits to Survive Semi-Arid Forests

    Volcani Institute, Agricultural Research Organization, Israel

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