Global i-Tree Science Users Symposium: Discovering the Value of Your Forest

June 16 – 19, 2019

SUNY-ESF Syracuse, NY

Please mark your calendars to attend the first global i-Tree Symposium held in the United States. This event is intended to bring i-Tree users and developers together to help attendees:

• Learn how to use i-Tree to create successful projects to improve urban forest management and enhance local human health and well-being
• Discover how it is has been successfully used globally
• Learn new science related to ecosystem service assessments and i-Tree tools

• Gather ideas on new projects
• Advise on the future development of i-Tree tools Interact with i-Tree staff and other i-Tree users

Day 1:  Full-day of i-Tree training
Day 2:  i-Tree science and application presentations
Day 3:  Future of i-Tree – attendees will provide input as to where i-Tree should proceed to help meetthe needs of a global forest management community in the future. In addition, attendees can meet with developers to discuss specific i-Tree projects or questions.

Registration is limited to 150 people due to hands-on training and will be open in January 2019. For more information:

https://www.esf.edu/itree/

Call for Abstracts is currently open for presentations and posters

Topic areas include:

• Successful global applications of i-Tree
• Advanced and novel i-Tree applications
• Current i-Tree research projects
• New field or ecosystem service quantification techniques
• New directions in quantifying urban forest ecosystem services and benefits Advances in urban forest planning and management

To submit abstract: Abstract Submission Form:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeTcd0JX6lVOA-KphFODTKf76jWxnIufQ-zexxY4uIHQb-w1A/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1

Deadline for abstract submission is January 31, 2019.

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