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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

Phenology at the crossroads 2022

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Join us at Phenology 2022 – The international meeting of the community working on phenology

Climate change is modifying the phenological cycle of many species, directly affecting the functioning of ecosystems, species distributions, agriculture and the feedbacks between the biosphere and the atmosphere. Phenology has become an important topic for many societal and economic issues.

As a result, the community working on phenology has expanded considerably over the past 20 years, integrating other actors than scientists through participatory research action programs. Phenology has also gained interest from an increasing range of scientific disciplines (functional and evolutionary ecology, physiology, agronomy, genetics, climatology, remote sensing, aerobiology…).

For these reasons, we want to emphasize during this conference the fact that phenology is now at the crossroads of many different disciplines and actors, all working in providing insights and solutions to two enormous challenges that our societies are facing: climate change adaptation and mitigation and sustainable development.

 

Please note that this is the liability of the participants to be aware of the sanitary rules to come to France and the conditions of cancellations. Please see Phenology 2022 & COVID-19.

 

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  • Date
    20 - 24 June 2022

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  • Place
    Avignon University, France
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    From 10 January 2022 to 15 June 2022
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Keynote Speakers

Nathalie Butt

Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Science, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, The University of Queensland.

Where have all the flowers gone? Phenological shifts and cascading impacts threaten biodiversity and ecosystem services in the Southern Hemisphere.

Theresa M. Crimmins

USA National Phenology Network, University of Arizona.

Making the most of volunteer-contributed observations: Recent advancements in data summary, visualization, modeling, and forecasting to support scientific discovery and societal applications.

Heikki Hänninen

Zhejiang A&F University, State Key Laboratory of Subtropical Silviculture, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China.

Modelling as a tool for predicting and understanding phenology:  A review.

Akiko Satake

Kyushu University, Japan.

Molecular phenology in trees.

Fulu Tao

Chinese Academy of Sciences and Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke).

Spatio-temporal changes in major crops phenology and their drivers across China over 1981-2018.

Victor Rodriguez-Galiano

Departamento de Geografía Física y Análisis Geográfico Regional Universidad de Sevilla.

Land surface phenology as indicator of global terrestrial ecosystem dynamics.