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Dagana 19. – 22. ágúst 2008 var ráðstefna samtakanna SNS (Samstarf um norrænar skógarrannsóknir) haldin í Menntaskólanum á Egilsstöðum. Á fundinum kom saman hópur fólks sem sér um skógarútektir, aðallega landsskógaútektir, og langtíma áætlanagerð. Meðal gesta voru nemar í doktorsnámi sem kynntu rannsóknir sínar á þessu sviði. Hópurinn bar saman bækur sínar og skiptist á nýrri þekkingu. Þema fundarins var aðlögun úttekta og áætlanagerðar vegna breytts veðurfars og landnýtingar, með áherslu á hvernig skógar hafa áhrif á veður og öfugt.

Fundir SNS hafa verið haldnir í áraraðir, annað hvert ár. Íslendingar hófu þátttöku í samstarfinu fyrir 4 árum síðan. Fundurinn fór fram á ensku. Hér að neðan má finna þá fyrirlestra sem fluttir voru á fundinum.


English

SNS-meeting. Forest Inventory, Management Planning and Modelling. Egilsstadir East-Iceland August 19th - 22nd 2008. The meeting is supported by SNS and Norvik ehf. It is too registered as one of many events of the 100 years anniversary of Iceland Forest Service.

Information for the meeting:


As you can see in the tentative program few keynotes presentations with authors have been set and some preliminary suggestions of presentations (without authors) are shown. However we would appreciate to have much more presentations to choose between, especially from countries that haven't any presentations in the present program. We assume that all countries will give a country report for the NFI. At the meeting we have a space for 21 presentations in four sessions (See the program). Kindly send us potential presentations with title and name of the authors as soon as possible. Each presentation shall be introduced with an abstract in the meeting proceedings. Deadline for an abstract is 1. June.

In coherence with the objective of the meeting we want to stimulate Baltic participation. Because of good funding of the meeting we can support participants from the Baltic countries. Preliminary estimates indicate a max of 2-3 persons from each country can receive support for travel expenses. We hope the national coordinators will help to identify the persons eligible for support. As a matter of course we would prior people who will give presentation at the meeting. Of cause the number of participants is not limited to these who are granted.

A similar number of phd-students from all the participating countries can receive support for travel expenses provided they contribute to the conference with a presentation. Likewise we hope the national coordinators will help identify the persons eligible for support.

Lectures

Lectures from the meeting in PDF-format


Natoinal forest inventory of Lithuania for forest statistic and forestry efficiency control
Andrius Kuliešis


Standwise and national forst inventory
Andrius Kuliešis


Country Report Sweden 2008
Anna-Lena Axelsson

Old data for new analyses –harmonising Swedish NFI data from the last 80 years
Anna-Lena Axelsson

Field sampling methods for assessing coarse woody debris and use of airborne laser scanning as auxiliary information
Annukka Pesonen

The role of NFI to assess Carbon budget of forest and forestry activities in Iceland
Arnór Snorrason

Modelling the change in growth potential of the most used tree species in Icelandic forestry with climate change scenarios
Bjarki Kjartansson

CORINE land database assessment of forest and woodlands in Iceland

Björn Traustason

Effects of climate change on alpine tree line and mountain forest carbon pools
Erik Næsset

Some Effects of Measurement Error
T. G. Gregoire

Interpolation or aggregation of periodic forest data for carbon reporting Does it matter
Gro Hylen

Combining sampling errors and model errors in estimating forest carbon stock changes
Göran Ståhl


The application of NFI data in the The application of NFI data in the timber resource modeling timber resource modeling ––Latvian case studyLatvian case study
Janis Donis

New Challanges for the Swedish NFI
Jonas Fridman

State of the art in the Latvian NFI
Jurgis Jansons

Canopy cover estimation techniques in national forest inventories
Lauri Korhonen

Simulator for airborne laser-based sampling
Liviu Ene

Use of multi-source NFI data in preparation of a local forest programme
H. Mäkelä

Modeling the development of uneven-aged stands by means a matrix model
Ole Martin Bollandsås

Transferability of birch biomass models across geographical regions
Ole Martin Bollandsås

The Norwegian National Forest 2008 Country Report

Rasmus Astrup

Production of forest biomass maps using NFI field data and remote sensing
Sakari Tuominen

Towards FRA 2010 – some selected topics

Stein M. Tomter

Estimating individual individual tree tree growth growth

Susanna Sironen

Forest Mensuration and Planning 2004 - 2008
Susanna Sironen

Adapting forest health assessments in Sweden to changing perspectives on threats and the role of forest inventories
Sören Wulff

Country report Norway 2008
Terje Gobakken

Developing regional forest inventory procedures based on scanning LiDAR
Terje Gobakken

Estimating mean and variance of forest attributes

Thomas Nord-Larsen

The Danish NFI – a whole new experience
Thomas Nord-Larsen

Estimating forest cover in the presence of missing observations

Torben Martinussen

Supporting national, regional and local forest programmeswith forestry
modellingand analyses
Tuula Nuutinen

Country report Estonian NFI
Veiko Adermann



Further information:

  • Arnor Snorrason
    E-mail: arnor[at]skogur.is    
    Mobile phone: +354-8941453
  • Bjorn Traustason
    E-mail: bjorn[at]skogur.is