Oral Presentations

Author

Title

ALIZOTI Paraskevi G. et al.

Adaptive and fertility variation of Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirbr.) Franco) in a Hellenic range-wide provenance trial

ARAVANOPOULOS Filippos A. et al.

Molecular and field evaluations of non-native Pinus, Platanus, Populus and Robinia sp. in Greece

BINDEWALD Anja et al.

Risk is in the eye of the assessor – or how consistent is the risk assessment of non-native tree species across Europe?

BOUTEILLER Xavier et al.

Reduced genetic diversity and enhanced germination potential characterize European black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.)

CAMPAGNARO Thomas et al.

Novel Robinia pseudoacacia stands on abandoned lands: effects of invasion in northeastern Italy

CASTRO-DÍEZ Pilar et al.

Impacts of non-native tree species on multiple ecosystem services

CASTRO-DÍEZ Pilar et al.

Litter-mixing effects on nutrient cycling across simulated invasion gradients of non-native trees

CHAKRABORTY Debojyoti et al.

Limitations of spring and fall frost on adapting Douglas-fir forests in Austria: does seed origin matter?

DEUS Ernesto et al.

Predicting current and future potential ranges of eucalypt plantations in the Iberian Peninsula and possible conflicts with the Natura 2000

DOBROWOLSKA Dorota et al.

Douglas-fir - the important non-native tree species in Europe

EBERHARD Benno et al.

Managing Douglas-fir within Central European forests

ECKHART Tamara et al.

Current and future growth potential of Douglas-fir in Central Europe

GAZDA Anna et al.

Risks for and by non-native tree species in Europe

GINTER Zoé et al.

Stuck behind vineyard posts? Uses and narratives around the black locust forests of a winemaking region in southwestern France

GOSSNER Martin M. et al.

Drivers of pest impact on non-native trees across Europe

HALMSCHLAGER Erhard et al.

Sustainable control of Ailanthus altissima using the bioherbicide "Ailantex"

HASENAUER Hubert et al.

Assessing the distribution of non-native tree species in Europe

KEČA Ljiljana

Non-native tree species in Croatia and Serbia - Strategic approach

KLUMPP Raphael

Growing hickory for Central Europe: lessons learnt from early 19th century trails

KNOKE Thomas

The role of Douglas-fir in future tree species portfolios

KNÜSEL Simon et al.

Light availability and browsing mainly influence the establishment of Ailanthus altissima in forests in southern Switzerland

KONNERT Monika et al.

Forest reproductive material pathways and provenance recommendations for selected non-native tree species in Europe

KOPROWSKI Marcin et al.

Do the non-native pines species follow the growth and cambium activity of the native Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.)?

KOWARIK Ingo

The importance of the human dimension in assessing ecological impacts of introduced plant species

KRUMM Frank

Invasive species in European forests - Current knowledge in science and practical implications for forest

LIESEBACH Mirko

Growth performance and wood properties of Betula maximowicziana and B. platyphylla var. japonica provenances from Japan

MADSEN Palle et al.

Cost efficient regeneration of non-native species – development of deer browse tolerant regeneration based on direct seeding

MAROZAS Vitas et al.

Impact of different tree species plantations on ground vegetation, soil respiration, chemical and biological properties

MASON Bill

Designing mixtures to reduce risks to Sitka spruce forests in Atlantic Europe

MOHREN Frits et al.

Silviculture and management of non-native tree species in Europe

MONTEVERDI Cristina M. et al.

Assessment of adaptability to climate change in Pseudotsuga menziesii ((Mirb.) Franco) in Mediterranean environments

MOORE John

The development of the plantation forestry model in New Zealand

MÜLLEROVÁ Jana et al.

Tree of heaven waiting at the door - remote sensing and GIS approach

NEOPHYTOU Charalambos et al.

Origin and genetic variation of tree of heaven in Eastern Austria, an area of early introduction

NICOLESCU Valeriu-Norocel et al.

Ecology and management of northern red oak (Quercus rubra L. syn. Q. borealis F. Michx.) in Europe: A review

NICOLESCU Valeriu-Norocel et al.

Regional perspectives of non-native tree species planting and utilisation in Europe - "rather restricted use" and "no use" of NNT group

ORAZIO Christophe

Comparing the potential of exotic species as defined by NNEXT with native species in REINFFORCE arboreta

ØYEN Bernt-Håvard et al.

The rise and fall of non-native tree species applied in Norwegian forestry

PÖTZELSBERGER Elisabeth

Behind the Scenes - introducing NNEXT

PÖTZELSBERGER Elisabeth et al., Presenter: LAPIN Katharina

National and subnational legal frameworks on non-native tree species in Europe

RÉDEI Károly et al., Presenter: NICOLESCU Valeriu-Norocel

Black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.), a non-native tree species integrated in European forests and landscapes: An overview

ŞEN Gökhan et al.

Determination of potential industrial afforestation areas and prioritization of exotic species using multidimensional decision making methods

SIVACIOĞLU Ahmet

The importance of black locust, hybrid poplars and eucalypt species in forestry system of Turkey

SOCRATOUS Michalis et al.

Non-native tree species – The different perspective

SPIECKER Heinrich

Growing Norway spruce and Douglas-fir outside their natural ranges in Europe. History, current situation and future trends

SPIECKER Heinrich et al.

Regional perspectives of non-native tree species planting and utilisation in Europe - moderate engagement group

SZASZ-LEN Anna-Maria et al.

Genetic aspects of natural regeneration for selected non-native tree species (e.g. Douglas-fir)

TOMÉ Margarida et al.

Regional perspectives of non-native tree species planting and utilisation in Europe - strong engagement group

URBAN Josef et al.

Transpiration of Douglas-fir and Norway spruce in the Czech Republic

VAN LOO Marcela et al.

Tree of heaven (Ailanthus altissima Mill. Swingle): Genetic imprints of geographic origin in Europe

VAZ Ana Sofia et al.

Earth observation and social media: evaluating the seasonal contribution of non-native trees to cultural ecosystem services

VICENTE Joana et al.

Modelling non-native tree species in Europe: Using Ecosystem Functional Attributes to improve prediction, forecasting and monitoring

WOHLGEMUTH Thomas et al.

Abundant non-native tree species in Europe: traits and effects on ecosystems

WOJACKI Janine et al., Presenter: LIESEBACH Heike

Analysis of genetic diversity and mating system of different sized Douglas-fir seed stands in Germany

WUNDER Jan et al.

“The New Wild” in Swiss forests?

       
  Poster

PRESENTED POSTERS DURING POSTER SESSION
Thursday, 13.09.2018

Author

Title

ANDREASSEN Kjell et al.

Comparison of growth in Sitka spruce and Norway spruce in West and North-Norway

ARTS Koen et al.
Presenter: MOHREN Frits

Forestry experts’ perspectives on public perceptions of non-native tree species in Europe

BENČAŤ Tibor et al.

Black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.) root systems in southern Slovakia

BORLEA Florian G.

Disturbancy versus naturalness: Ailanthus altissima (P. Mill.) Springle – invasive species in south-western Romania

BRUNDU Giuseppe et al.

Native and non-native monumental trees in Italy

FERREIRA Miguel et al.

Azores, Island Ecosystems and the prevention of non-native species becoming invasive

FORA Ciprian et al.

Potential biotic risks for non-native species Robinia pseudoacacia L. in Romania

GARTLEHNER Christian
et al.

Managing Sitka spruce in Scotland

GINTER Zoé et al.

Mapping black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) stands using Sentinel-2 and Venµs time series images: A test in Médoc, France

GLASER Michael et al.

Factors influencing Robinia pseudacacias invasion of dry grasslands and forests in the Austrian Wachau region

HERNEA Cornelia et al.

Aspects of black locust culture in the south-west of Romania

JASTRZĘBOWSKI Szymon et al.
Presenter: KLISZ Marcin

New methods for artificial scarification of Robinia pseudoacacia L. seeds.

KEČA Ljiljana

Public perception on non-native tree species in Serbia

LAVNYY Vasyl

Non-native tree species in forests of Ukraine

LAZDINA Dagnija et al.
Presenter: JANSONE Baiba

Non-native trees in Latvia – from gardens to forest

LWILA Amani Saul et al.

Spatial root distributuion of pure and mixed stands of beech, Norway spruce, and Douglas-fir under different site conditions and competition

MIHAI Georgeta et al.

Douglas-fir genetic resources in Romania

NEOPHYTOU Charalambos et al.

What do molecular genetic analyses tell us about the origin and the next generation of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco) in Europe?

ORAZIO Christophe et al.

FORESTRIALS database - a key tool to identify success and failure of exotic species

PARPAN Taras et al.

Scientific and practical aspects of implementation introduced tree species in Ukraine

PORTÉ Annabel et al.

Assessing the dynamics of black locust in European forests

PUCHAŁKA Radosław et al.

Climatic signal in tree-ring and vessels characteristics in co-occurring Quercus rubra and Q. petraea trees

REISMAN-BERMAN Orna

The equipoise between sustainability and invasiveness risk in dryland afforestation: The case study of native and non-native Ziziphus spp.

ŠEHO Muhidin et al.

Suitability for cultivation of provenances of cedar and Turkish hazel in Germany as a result of climate change

SILVA Joaquim S. et al.

Aliens & Flames: exploring the relationships between an aggressive non-native tree species and fire

SLAVIK Martin et al.
Presenter: PÁSTOR Michal

Kysihýbel Forestry Arboretum – precious source of non-native tree species in Central Europe

STANKOVA Tatiana et al.

Effect of spacing, genotype and harvesting cycle on biomass production from half-sib progenies of two black locust clones

SZYP-BOROWSKA Iwona
et al.
Presenter: KLISZ Marcin

Genetic diversity of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.) in Poland

VÍTKOVÁ Michaela et al.

Black locust as both a dangerous invader and useful forest tree: can the two approaches be reconciled?

TSVETKOV Ivaylo

State of the art in cork oak (Q. suber L.) cultivation – A successfully naturalised non-native tree species in Bulgaria

YLIOJA Tiina et al.

Non-native birches and species hybrids as hosts for a dipteran stem miner

 

  Media coverage

Publisher

Title

European Forest Institute

Non-Native Tree Species for European Forests in a changing world: Opportunities and risks

Forstzeitung

Trees without borders (in German)