It is our pleasure to invite you to TRACE 2016, to the Białowieża Forest in eastern Poland. The TRACE 2016 conference will be held on 11-15 May 2016. It will be organised by the University of Silesia in cooperation with the Silesian Botanical Garden, University of Wrocław, Forest Research Institute, Białowieża National Park and the Association for Tree-Ring Research.
TRACE 2016 seeks to strengthen the networking and scientific exchange of scientists and students involved in the study of tree-rings. Its aim is to present and discuss new discoveries and approaches in tree-ring science. The scope of the meeting includes all fields of dendrochronology and its application in archaeology, climatology, geomorphology, glaciology, fire history, forest dynamics, ecology, plant anatomy, hydrology and physiology, including the use of stable isotopes.RESULTS OF SELECTION FOR KNOW GRANTS
With TRACE 2016 behind us the conference board would like to thank the dendrochronological community for your large interest in the conference. We would like to thank 147 participants from 25 countries all over the world for taking part in the conference and sharing interesting results of their studies. We hope you enjoyed your visit in eastern Poland and that you'll keep good memories of TRACE 2016 conference, both the scientific and the social programme.
We would also like to thank everyone involved in conference preparation and organisation: our excellent keynote speakers - Dieter Eckstein, Kurt Nicolussi and Ewa Zin, short course teachers, ATR board members, generous sponsors and local partners in Białowieża. Once again, thank you very much and see you next year in Kaliningrad!
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