“Adaptive management of Mediterranean Pinus halepensis forests in the face of climate change”

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Installation of humidity and temperature sensors to monitor the soil in the stand with ecohydrological-based treatments.

This week, the team from the University of Lleida has visited the Can Ponç farm, in Castellgalí (Barcelona) to equip it with a set of soil humidity and temperature sensors that will allow analyzing the role of applied treatments on water dynamics. on the ground...

Installation of an experimental device in plots of structural diversification and post-fire regeneration of the LIFE ADAPT-ALEPPO

  Researchers from the University of Lleida, the Polytechnic University of Valencia, the University of Castilla-La Mancha and technicians from Natural Environment Engineering and AGRESTA have visited the experimental plots for structural diversification (action...

Advances in demonstrative work on assisted migration and ecohydrological forestry, diversification and post-fire regeneration management

Throughout these first months of 2023, intense plantation and forestry work is being carried out, using various techniques to achieve the objectives of the LIFE ADAPT-ALEPPO project in terms of: assisted migration, improvement of the floristic and structural diversity...

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Last update: 30/08/2023

The project has received funding from European Union´s LIFE Programme under Grant Agreement LIFE20 CCA/ES/001809

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