As part of the UFA-Reforest project, Crispin Ilunga-Mulala presented promising findings on Timber Species Growth Models at the international conference at the Kornik Institute of Dendrology in Poland

From the 8th to the 12th of May 2024, Crispin Ilunga-Mulala, a PhD student in the UFA-Reforest project, took part in the international "Research & Practice in Forest Ecology" conference at the Kornik Institute of Dendrology in Poland.

Crispin Ilunga-Mulala

Crispin Ilunga-Mulala had the opportunity to present the initial results of his work on growth models for enrichment plantations of timber species in Central Africa in a presentation entitled "Performances of native tree species in plantations: a synthesis for the Guineo-Congolian region".

Crispin is carrying out his doctoral thesis at the Gembloux Agro-Bio-Tech tropical forestry laboratory, as part of the UFA-Reforest funded by the EU project which is conducted by the ATIBT with technical partners such as Nature+, GxABT and ENSET, as well as partner companies Pallisco, Grumcam, SEEF and SEFAC.


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