Webinar: Forest Health – Learning from the past to plan and adapt for the future
: Wednesday 6 May 2020
: 12:30pm (AEST)
With over a 40-year career, Dr Tim Wardlaw has practiced forest pathology. Tim has investigated many damage events in native forests and plantations. Some of those investigations triggered research and generated knowledge to inform procedures for operational management. This knowledge is a resource to understand how threats posed by forest pests and disease might change future climates.
This webinar will put a spotlight on the knowledge gained from investigating damage events. It will condense this information and observations into key learning experiences that should form part of the forestry toolkit to guide management of pests and diseases in future changed climates.
: Dr Tim Wardlaw
Tim Wardlaw was a practising forest pathologist with Forestry Commission of Tasmania and Forestry Tasmania. His work was very much at the applied end of forest health management of native forests and plantations, both eucalypt and conifers.
He is currently an Honorary Research Associate at the University of Tasmania in the role of Principal Investigator at the Warra Long-Term Ecological Research Site.
Listen live or listen later
If you are unable to listen to the webinar live, everyone who registers for the webinar will be provided a link to the webinar recording so you can listen later.
Registration: (inc GST)
IFA/AFG member: $10
Student member: $5
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With thanks to the following sponsor for their support of this webinar.