Rome 19-21 March 2024
BOTTOMS-UP IS A COOPERATION PROJECT GATHERING INFORMATION
ON FOREST MULTI-TAXON BIODIVERSITY TO INFORM SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT
FROM THE STANDARDIZATION OF EUROPEAN FOREST BIODIVERSITY
DATA TO SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT
A snowball rolling through a forest: how a European platform of forest multi-taxon biodiversity was born
When a snowball rolls down a mountain slope, more and more snow sticks to its surface making it...
Networking in progress among forest-related COST Actions
Last June, we started to network and actively collaborate with the COST Action 3DForEcoTech...
A trainee point of view of the Training school on “Assessing multi-taxon diversity in forest ecosystems”
The last week of September was lighted up by the 3-days training school on “Assessing multi-taxon...
Researchers from 15 European forestry experiments hold a common brainstorming – at long last, face-to-face after the COVID-19
Researchers from 15 European forestry experiments hold a common brainstorming – at long last,...
We cannot reduce the complexity of biodiversity but can share approaches for biodiversity sampling
As a person that has studied biodiversity for at least 18 years, I am well aware of its...
Towards a European coordinated network of forest manipulation experiments
The Experiment Working Group of the Action brought its first deliverable to the table. We set up a...
A European forest multi-taxon biodiversity platform is just born!
The first deliverable of our Action is out! It marks the birth of a platform for European forest...
Experimental conservation actions, deadwood and no birds
Right between spring and summer 2020, still facing the limitations of COVID-19 pandemic, I was up...
COST Actions in geosciences: breakthrough ideas, research activities and results
The EGU (European Geoscience Union) conference traditionally dedicates a session to the COST...
Epiphytic lichen diversity and sustainable forest management: fostering the link between multi-taxon diversity and forest multifunctionality
The lichenologist Trevor Goward, with an intriguing definition, describes lichens as fungi that...
A lift from Cost Action ‘Bottoms-Up’
The “bubbles” are the symbol of Grenoble. They are the famous tourist cable cars, shaped as...
Walking in others’ shoes
The office I have been assigned when in Grenoble had a view on the mountains that surround the...