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Phytophthora in forests and natural ecosystems

AuthorsAbad Campos, P.; Coelho, Ana Cristina; Fernández-Rebollo, Pilar; García, Luis V. ; Jung, Thomas; Pérez Sierra, Ana; Ramo, Cristina ; Sánchez, María Esperanza; Vannini, Andrea
Issue DateSep-2012
PublisherInternational Union of Forest Research Organizations
Diputación de Córdoba
Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad (España)
CitationThe Sixth Meeting of the International Union of Forest Research Organizations IUFRO Working Party 7‐02‐09. Meeting Abstracts: 1-150 (2012)
AbstractAfter the Fifth Meeting of the International Union of Forest Research Organizations IUFRO Working Party 7‐02‐09 “Phytophthora in Forests and Natural Ecosystems” in Rotorua in New Zealand in 2010, we are pleased to hold the Sixth Meeting in Córdoba (Spain). The meeting has been organized jointly by the Universidad de Córdoba and Universitat Politècnica de València. The city of Córdoba has over two thousand years of history. It was founded in the II century BC by the Roman Consul Claudius Marcellus, keeping the same Iberian name “Corduba” (hill near the river) of the former Iberian (Turdetan) village emerged in the late second millenium BC. Córdoba is a living witness and a faithful reflection of powerful civilisations that have settled there. Romans, Moors, Jews and Christians have all left a deep mark on its heritage, culture, traditions and customs. The Mosque was declared a World Heritage in 1984, being extended to the whole old city in 1994. Furthermore, Córdoba has landscapes derived from Mediterranean forest ecosystems called “dehesas”, consisting of pastureland featuring herbaceous species for grazing and tree species belonging to the genus Quercus, such as holm oak (Quercus ilex) and cork oak (Q. suber), although other tree species such pines, wild olives or chestnuts are also present. Two field trips to visit “dehesas” that show different degrees of decline caused by Phytophthora have been organized for this meeting. As previous meetings, we hope that this meeting will be a new occasion to exchange scientific ideas and encourage new collaborations.
Description150 páginas.-- Celebrado del 9-14 de septiembre, 2012, Córdoba, España.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/57950
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