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IDMP CEE Activity 5.2 by Galia Bardarska
IDMP CEE Activity 5.2 by Galia Bardarska
IDMP CEE Activity 5.2 by Galia Bardarska
IDMP CEE Activity 5.2 by Galia Bardarska
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IDMP CEE Activity 5.2 by Galia Bardarska

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Assessment of drought impact on forest ecosystems

Assessment of drought impact on forest ecosystems

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  • 1. Integrated Drought Management in Central and Eastern Europe Activity 5.2. Assessment of drought impact on forest ecosystems 1 IDMP workshop, Slovakia, 15 October 2013
  • 2. Main outputs: • Establishment of methodology for assessment of drought impact on forest ecosystems • Determination of vulnerability forest zones in contemporary climate (1960-1991), 2050 (realistic scenario) and 2100 (optimistic, realistic and pessimistic scenarios) in Bulgaria, Lithuania, Slovakia and Ukraine • Remedial measures for the forest ecosystems to mitigate negative effects of the drought • Raising policy makers and public awareness in 4 GWP CEE countries with forests area 35% of total regional forests Form: Guideline for GWP CEE countries for elaboration of actions plans to mitigate negative effects of the drought, CD, round table discussions, presentations at water/forest forums, publications in scientific and popular magazines etc.
  • 3. Activity Working Group 5.2 consists of following members: – Partner 1: GWP Bulgaria – Partner 2: GWP Lithuania – Partner 3: Slovenian Forestry Institute, Department for Forest Ecology – Partner 4: GWP Ukraine Activity leader: Dr. Galia Bardaska National activity leaders, responsible for technical issues: • Vesselin Alexandrov (BG) (vesselin.alexandrof@gmail.com) • Gintautas Stankūnavičius (LT) (gintas.stankunavicius@gf.vu.lt) • Urša Vilhar (SI)(ursa.vilhar@gozdis.si) • Igor Buksha (UA) (buksha@ukr.net) Organization and dissemination of the results by CWP chairs: • Ivan Raev (bwp@dir.bg) • Bernardas Paukstys (bernardas@iti.lt) • Martina Zupan (martina.zupan@siol.net) • Anna Tsvietkova (Atsvet@mama-86.org.ua)
  • 4. Steps for implementation of the activity: April-June 2013 (out of agreement): Kick-off meeting of the experts in Kiev for clarification of the activities and responsibility of each country. Common work of all team experts on final content of the forest case study and time schedule July – September 2013: Forest policy at UN, EU and national level and general information about forest ecosystems – Joint report for 4 GWP CEE countries October – December 2013: Development and approval of methodologies about climate change scenarios in 2050 (realistic) and 2100 (optimistic, realistic and pessimistic) and vulnerability zones of forests ecosystems in 2050 (realistic scenario) and 2100 (optimistic, realistic and pessimistic scenario) January – March 2014: Elaboration of maps for current climate (1961-1990), realistic scenario in 2050 and optimistic, realistic and pessimistic scenarios in 2100 in Bulgaria, Lithuania, Slovenia and pilot area in Ukraine April – June 2014: Determination of vulnerability zones of forest ecosystems for realistic scenario in 2050 and optimistic, realistic and pessimistic scenarios in 2100
  • 5. Forest policy at UN, EU and national level and general information about forest ecosystems Joint report on Topic 1 and 2 – G. Bardarska and national experts National experts on Topic 1 and 2 Bulgaria prof. Ivan Raev, bwp@dir.bg Slovenia Dr. Aleksander Marinšek, aleksander.marinsek@gozdis.si Lithuania Mr. Povilas Zemaitis, povilaszemaitis@gmail.com Ukraine Dr. Igor Buksha, buksha@ukr.net
  • 6. Development and approval of methodologies about climate change scenarios in 2050 (realistic) and 2100 (optimistic, realistic and pessimistic) and vulnerability zones of forests ecosystems in 2050 (realistic scenario) and 2013 (optimistic, Kick-off meeting on October 15, 2100 realistic and pessimistic scenario) Bulgaria Lithuania Vesselin Alexandrov Gintautas Stankūnavičius Galia Bardarska Bernardas Paukstys Slovenia Martina Zupan Zabina Bokal Ukraine Igor Buksha Anna Tsvetkova

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