(1)IUFROのVirtual Western Mensurationists Meeting: 21-22 June 2021
(2)IUFROのDigital Forest Science Forum 2021: 28-29 September 2021
(1) IUFRO Virtual Western Mensurationists Meeting
IUFRO Unit 4.01.02 is organizing a session on "Linking growth models with
remote sensing data" as part of this year's virtual Western Mensurationists
Meeting. If you have any relevant work that you would like to present,
please submit an abstract (see details below).
2021 Virtual Western Mensurationists
and Call for Abstracts
Registration is now open for the 2021 Western Mensurationist's virtual
meeting on June 21-22 from 9 - 4 (Pacific) each day. The meeting is hosted
by the University of British Columbia. Use the link below to register for
*Annual Meeting Registration*
Submit annual meeting *abstracts by **April 28, 2021*
<https://www.mail.ubc.ca/owa/?bO=1#> We welcome submissions around any area
that is related to forestry measurements, modelling, inventory, growth and
yield, planning, analysis, etc. or that fits with the theme of the Monday
morning IUFRO session: "Linking growth models with remote sensing data" and
is sponsored by IUFRO Unit 4.01.02 “Growth models for tree and stand
Any questions can be directed to Bianca Eskelson: firstname.lastname@example.org
(2) IUFRO Digital Forest Science Forum 2021
* International Union of Forest Research Organizations *
Save the date! 28-29 September 2021 - IUFRO WORLD DAY - Digital Forest
Science Forum 2021
*IUFRO World Day - Digital Forest Science Forum 2021 online 28-29 September
One day after celebrating the International Day of Forests IUFRO is proud
to announce its own digital IUFRO WORLD DAY!
This unique 24-hours event aims to showcase the science covered by IUFRO
research units and Member Organizations, and to facilitate networking and
It will offer program elements for forest scientists, students, policy and
decision makers and everyone who wants to learn about what is going in the
world of forest science and IUFRO.
To enable participants from all over the world to take part in their own
time zone, the event will be structures into three major time zone groups
spreading over two days.
*The event is still in development and further details will follow soon, so
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Subject: [Remote Sensing] (IF: 4.509, ISSN: 2072-4292) Special Issue"Estimating and Monitoring Forest Structure Using Remote Sensing Techniques"
> Dear Dr. Izumi,
> Recently, a special issue of Remote Sensing, entitled “Estimating and
> Monitoring Forest Structure Using Remote Sensing Techniques”, has been
> We would be very grateful if you would consider contributing with a
> letter, a full paper, or perhaps a review. We will be glad to grant
> you 30% discount for your next contributions.
> Remote Sensing (ISSN 2072-4292) is a peer-reviewed open access journal
> about the science and application of remote sensing technology, and is
> published semi-monthly online by MDPI. All submissions will be subject
> to peer review.
> More information about the Special Issue can be found here:
> For information on manuscript preparation and related matters, please
> see the instructions for authors:
> Although the deadline for submission of manuscripts (to the Special
> Issue) is 31 October 2021, I would appreciate hearing from you in the
> next few weeks whether you would be willing to submit a contribution.
> Thanks for your time. Look forward to your reply!
> Kind regards,
> Guest Editor
> Dr. Paola Rizzoli
> Microwaves and Radar Institute, German Aerospace Center (DLR), 82234
> Wessling, Germany
> Dr. Armando Marino
> Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of
> Stirling, FK9 4LA Scotland, UK
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Subject: Resend: NO-APC-Sincerely Paper invitation on the topic of " Geographic Information System " for AIMS Geosciences--WoS indexed
Dear Dr. Izumi,
Please excuse us for sending this letter again, but we have not heard from you.
We would appreciate it if you could give us a reply.
As a researcher with a research interest in major geosciences disciplines,
we are pleased to invite you to contribute a review or research paper on the topic of "Geographic Information System".
You can also choose other novel and interesting topics. We are also very welcome.
AIMS Geosciences (https://www.aimspress.com/journal/geosciences) is an international Open Access journal and indexed by Web of Science (ESCI), ANVUR, Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) and Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
You can also speak around about our journal to your colleagues and PhD students.
Submission due date: 30 September 2021.
(The Article Processing Charge will be waived for the submission before 30 September 2021)
If you receive this letter, we appreciate it if you can give us a reply soon.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Dr. Sheng J. Pang
AIMS Geosciences - Reputable & Affordable Open Access Journals
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