The DynAfFor project concerns Central African forests’ structure and dynamics: moving towards timber processing rules that integrate the ecological functioning of tree populations and the variability of environmental conditions.
This project – which represents a total investment of approximately €7 million – is funded by the French Global Environmental Fund (FFEM) and co-funded by the CIRAD, the University of Gembloux, the Central African States, the private sector, ANR, REFORCO and the GEF.
It aims to a better understanding via scientific studies of the dynamics of tree populations through floristic survey systems and measurements observed over time on fixed plots and forest tracts.
The study, enabled thanks to support from the Rougier Group and CIB, aims to fine-tune the sampling ratios of species that are sold according to their soil and improve the performance of forest management plans.
These events need to be verified due to COVID-19.
01 September 2021 > 30 September 2021
27 September 2021
29 September 2021