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CRC for Forestry News - issue five (February 10)

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Issue five- February 2010 e-newsletter
CRC for Forestry News - science for sustainable forest landscapes

From the CEO: congratulations, welcomes and the CRC extension bid

Gordon Duff - thumbIn this first issue of CRC for Forestry News for 2010 we congratulate two award-winning researchers and our recent graduates, and welcome our new Finance and Administration Manager. We've also got more detail for you on our planning for the Annual Science Meeting in May, and an update on our plans for an extension bid ...  [read more]

A date for your diary: our plans for the next CRC Annual Science Meeting

Esplanade hotel - thumbThe dates have now been confirmed for the CRC’s Annual Science Meeting (ASM) to be held at the Esplanade Hotel in Fremantle, Western Australia, from Tuesday 18 May to Thursday 20 May 2010, with two field trips to be offered on Friday 21 May.The theme of this year’s meeting is ‘Ideas to impact’ ...
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Corinne Jager is the CRC's new Finance and Administration Manager

Corinne JagerCorinne Jager has joined the CRC as our new Finance and Administration Manager. Corinne is a great fit for this role, with her background  of a PhD in plant science and a Masters of Professional Accounting, both from the University of Tasmania. Welcome to the CRC, Corinne ...
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Congratulations to the CRC's new graduates

Gen Gates graduationSeveral CRC for Forestry students have graduated over recent months, including Liam Hindrum (Honours), Belinda Browning (Masters), and PhD graduates Philip Alcorn, Genevieve Gates, Rebecca Jones, Alistair Reed and James Worth—and we wish them well for the future ...
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A closer look at variable retention in the field

Aggregated retention thumbnailDuring December 2009 the CRC for Forestry and Forestry Tasmania hosted more than 30 forest conservation workers and researchers from federal and state agencies and research organisations on a variable retention field day in the Styx Valley in southern Tasmania ...
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Two CRC researchers rewarded with IUFRO Scientific Achievement Awards

IUFRO logoCongratulations to Dr Michael Battaglia and Professor Jerry Vanclay who have been selected to receive IUFRO (International Union of Forest Research Organizations) Scientific Achievement Awards in recognition of their scientific achievements in forestry research ...
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