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  • Second Year | MEDfOR
    case of fire Forest fires are probably the major risk of the Mediterranean forests A specific coursework is designed to give the learner an in depth understanding of fire ecology and management in different wildland systems Our seminars and discussions about fire management will address issues including fuels management fire management policy restoration and climate change Sound wildland fire management depends upon understanding the ecological social and economic and other factors We will focus on ecological effects of fires on plants animals soil water and wildlife habitat We will highlight fire as an ecological process in wildland ecosystems how to typify and forecast fire effects over time and space There are diverse fire management options and include fire suppression fuels management and education wildland fire use prescribed fire and post fire rehabilitation All of them will be address here We will have a fine long field trip to help in this educational process and field assignments would help students to mature the concepts and solutions Courses Forest Fires in NE Spain 5 ECTS Pastoral uses of Mediterranean forestry surfaces A fire prevention tool 3 ECTS Special topics in effects of fire on soil sciences 3 ECTS Prescribed Fire laboratory 6

    Original URL path: http://www.medfor.eu/universities/ul/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/ForFiresNESpain (2015-12-29)
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  • Second Year | MEDfOR
    to provide goods and services while coping with global change challenge Forests are facing new global demands and stresses that require new forestry strategies Forester need new foundation that allow them to develop forestry strategies to provide goods and services while ecosystems structure and functions are maintained and enhanced Thus the MEDfOR specialization on Adaptive forestry strategies to provide good and services while coping with global change challenge provides methods and foundations that will allow students to apply this advanced knowledge to address and develop these new forestry strategies With this aim this MEDfOR specialization compiles multidisciplinary knowledge on Geo statistical analyses applied to land management concepts and practices focused on Mediterranean forests Forest Entomology and Forest Pathology applied to management conservation and use of Genetic Resources in forest species and the study of new tools for new challenges The specialization covers four courses and a seminar by using practical examples and study cases approach These courses and seminar will be conducted by professors and researchers from University of Valladolid and CIFOR INIA integrated in the Joint Institute on Sustainable Forest Management UVa INIA Courses Silviculture under multifunctional objectives 6 ECTS Genetic resources conservation and Molecular Markers 6 ECTS Forest

    Original URL path: http://www.medfor.eu/universities/uv/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/SilvicultureMultiObj (2015-12-29)
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  • First Year | MEDfOR
    Year Lisbon Practical Information Contacts First Year 48 ECTS graduate level sub programme at University of Lisbon ULisboa Lisbon Portugal The MEDfOR 48 ECTS sub programme by ULisboa aims at providing students with a graduate level preparation in the full range of disciplines essential to the wise use and management of Mediterranean forest lands It builds from a pool of courses offered in ULisboa that has a solid anchor on the scientific areas of i earth sciences ES ii biology and ecology BE iii mathematics M iv forest engineering FE and v social and management sciences SMS Each student individual 48 ECTS sub programme at ULisboa will be tailored according to the applicant former competences and academic and professional interests This sub programme will be designed so that every student whatever the background not necessarily a forestry one might a acquire fundamental knowledge about the Mediterranean forestry chain and b develop within the whole EMMC the habilitation and the competences needed to address Mediterranean forestry and natural resources management challenges These are the learning outcomes goals of this 48 ECTS sub programme It will provide the knowledge needed for every student to choose the specialization option in the second year that better addresses her his education and professional objectives Courses First Semester Forestry Governance 6 ECTS Forestry I 6 ECTS Forest Models 6 ECTS Forest Management and Certification 6 ECTS Natural Resources Management 6 ECTS Second Semester Geographical Information Systems 6 ECTS Applied Operations Research 6 ECTS Wildlife Management 6 ECTS Fire Ecology and Management 6 ECTS E Learning E LEARNING Research and project development methodology applications 3 ECTS Of these 9 courses students must do 8 courses 4 Courses are obligatory Natural Resources Management Forest Management and Certification Applied Operations Research Forestry Governance Students should choose other 4 courses

    Original URL path: http://www.medfor.eu/universities/ulisboa/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/Forestry%20Governance (2015-12-29)
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  • First Year | MEDfOR
    offers to the students a pool of courses that covers transversal and specific disciplines structured in the five scientific areas of the programme earth sciences ES biology and ecology BE mathematics M forest engineering FE and social and management sciences SMS The design of the sub programme will be made according the applicant interest and with previous academic degree General knowledge about Mediterranean forestry and the management of natural resources in a context of global change will be complemented with a specific local vision based on case studies at field level A multi scale approach will allow the student to develop the skills and competences needed to select any specialization in the second year Courses Design and Analysis of Experiments 5 ECTS Green Engineering in Forest Industries 2 5 ECTS Range resources in the Iberian Peninsula 2 ECTS Wildlife Fish Game Management 5 ECTS Mediterranean Forest Management 5 ECTS Mediterranean Landscape Ecology Planning 5 ECTS Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing 3 ECTS Forest Health 5 ECTS Environmental Impact Asessment in Forestry Operations and Industries 2 5 ECTS Methods and approaches of social research in environmental management 2 ECTS Measurements and control in ecophysiology 3 ECTS Forest Physiology 3 ECTS Mediterranean Forest Products Building with Wood Living with Wood Wood in Transport Packaging Cork 3 ECTS Trends of forestry in a global change context 3 ECTS Biodiversity ecosystem functioning and the provisioning of goods and services under global change 6 ECTS River Rehabilitation and Restoration 2 ECTS Surface Hydrology and Soil Conservation 5 ECTS Techniques and improvement in forest restoration programs 2 ECTS Special topics in Ecology 3 ECTS Special topics in Silviculture 3 ECTS Forestry sector in Catalonia 4 ECTS Cultural and social integration 3 ECTS Catalan for beginners A1 level 3 ECTS Catalan for beginners A2 level 5

    Original URL path: http://www.medfor.eu/universities/ul/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/DesignAnalExp (2015-12-29)
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  • Second Year | MEDfOR
    the case of fire Forest fires are probably the major risk of the Mediterranean forests A specific coursework is designed to give the learner an in depth understanding of fire ecology and management in different wildland systems Our seminars and discussions about fire management will address issues including fuels management fire management policy restoration and climate change Sound wildland fire management depends upon understanding the ecological social and economic and other factors We will focus on ecological effects of fires on plants animals soil water and wildlife habitat We will highlight fire as an ecological process in wildland ecosystems how to typify and forecast fire effects over time and space There are diverse fire management options and include fire suppression fuels management and education wildland fire use prescribed fire and post fire rehabilitation All of them will be address here We will have a fine long field trip to help in this educational process and field assignments would help students to mature the concepts and solutions Courses Forest Fires in NE Spain 5 ECTS Pastoral uses of Mediterranean forestry surfaces A fire prevention tool 3 ECTS Special topics in effects of fire on soil sciences 3 ECTS Prescribed Fire laboratory

    Original URL path: http://www.medfor.eu/universities/ul/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/ForFiresNESpain (2015-12-29)
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  • Second Year | MEDfOR
    strategies to provide goods and services while coping with global change challenge Forests are facing new global demands and stresses that require new forestry strategies Forester need new foundation that allow them to develop forestry strategies to provide goods and services while ecosystems structure and functions are maintained and enhanced Thus the MEDfOR specialization on Adaptive forestry strategies to provide good and services while coping with global change challenge provides methods and foundations that will allow students to apply this advanced knowledge to address and develop these new forestry strategies With this aim this MEDfOR specialization compiles multidisciplinary knowledge on Geo statistical analyses applied to land management concepts and practices focused on Mediterranean forests Forest Entomology and Forest Pathology applied to management conservation and use of Genetic Resources in forest species and the study of new tools for new challenges The specialization covers four courses and a seminar by using practical examples and study cases approach These courses and seminar will be conducted by professors and researchers from University of Valladolid and CIFOR INIA integrated in the Joint Institute on Sustainable Forest Management UVa INIA Courses Silviculture under multifunctional objectives 6 ECTS Genetic resources conservation and Molecular Markers 6 ECTS

    Original URL path: http://www.medfor.eu/universities/uv/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/second-year/SilvicultureMultiObj (2015-12-29)
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  • First Year | MEDfOR
    Second Year Lisbon Practical Information Contacts First Year 48 ECTS graduate level sub programme at University of Lisbon ULisboa Lisbon Portugal The MEDfOR 48 ECTS sub programme by ULisboa aims at providing students with a graduate level preparation in the full range of disciplines essential to the wise use and management of Mediterranean forest lands It builds from a pool of courses offered in ULisboa that has a solid anchor on the scientific areas of i earth sciences ES ii biology and ecology BE iii mathematics M iv forest engineering FE and v social and management sciences SMS Each student individual 48 ECTS sub programme at ULisboa will be tailored according to the applicant former competences and academic and professional interests This sub programme will be designed so that every student whatever the background not necessarily a forestry one might a acquire fundamental knowledge about the Mediterranean forestry chain and b develop within the whole EMMC the habilitation and the competences needed to address Mediterranean forestry and natural resources management challenges These are the learning outcomes goals of this 48 ECTS sub programme It will provide the knowledge needed for every student to choose the specialization option in the second year that better addresses her his education and professional objectives Courses First Semester Forestry Governance 6 ECTS Forestry I 6 ECTS Forest Models 6 ECTS Forest Management and Certification 6 ECTS Natural Resources Management 6 ECTS Second Semester Geographical Information Systems 6 ECTS Applied Operations Research 6 ECTS Wildlife Management 6 ECTS Fire Ecology and Management 6 ECTS E Learning E LEARNING Research and project development methodology applications 3 ECTS Of these 9 courses students must do 8 courses 4 Courses are obligatory Natural Resources Management Forest Management and Certification Applied Operations Research Forestry Governance Students should choose other 4

    Original URL path: http://www.medfor.eu/universities/ulisboa/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/Forestry%20Governance (2015-12-29)
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  • First Year | MEDfOR
    UL offers to the students a pool of courses that covers transversal and specific disciplines structured in the five scientific areas of the programme earth sciences ES biology and ecology BE mathematics M forest engineering FE and social and management sciences SMS The design of the sub programme will be made according the applicant interest and with previous academic degree General knowledge about Mediterranean forestry and the management of natural resources in a context of global change will be complemented with a specific local vision based on case studies at field level A multi scale approach will allow the student to develop the skills and competences needed to select any specialization in the second year Courses Design and Analysis of Experiments 5 ECTS Green Engineering in Forest Industries 2 5 ECTS Range resources in the Iberian Peninsula 2 ECTS Wildlife Fish Game Management 5 ECTS Mediterranean Forest Management 5 ECTS Mediterranean Landscape Ecology Planning 5 ECTS Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing 3 ECTS Forest Health 5 ECTS Environmental Impact Asessment in Forestry Operations and Industries 2 5 ECTS Methods and approaches of social research in environmental management 2 ECTS Measurements and control in ecophysiology 3 ECTS Forest Physiology 3 ECTS Mediterranean Forest Products Building with Wood Living with Wood Wood in Transport Packaging Cork 3 ECTS Trends of forestry in a global change context 3 ECTS Biodiversity ecosystem functioning and the provisioning of goods and services under global change 6 ECTS River Rehabilitation and Restoration 2 ECTS Surface Hydrology and Soil Conservation 5 ECTS Techniques and improvement in forest restoration programs 2 ECTS Special topics in Ecology 3 ECTS Special topics in Silviculture 3 ECTS Forestry sector in Catalonia 4 ECTS Cultural and social integration 3 ECTS Catalan for beginners A1 level 3 ECTS Catalan for beginners A2 level

    Original URL path: http://www.medfor.eu/universities/ul/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/first-year/DesignAnalExp (2015-12-29)
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