• Enrique New Stage

    15th July 2016 – 28th August 2016

    Enrique Doblas, from the CREAF, will be working during one month and a half with Alain Paquette and Timothy Work from CEF investigating the effects of tree diversity on soil arthropod communities in agroforestry. Good luck and enjoy your stay again!

  • Two new stages

    We have two new stages in Canada from the CREAF:

    24th June 2016 – 9th September 2016

    Jordi Martinez-Vilalta, researcher in the CREAF,  is spending three months with CEF researchers (Christian Messier).  Jordi is characterizing the variability in tree functional traits along environmental gradients at different scales. 


    25th June 2016 – 27th August 2016

    Josep Maria Espelta Morral from the CREAF is staying two months with Christian Messier (CEF) working on a review of woody debris management in different biomes.


    Have both a nice stay!


  • New Stage!

    15th May 2016 – 31th July 2016

    Jordi Camprodon, researcher in the Forest Sciences Centre of Catalonia, is spending three months with CEF researchers (Louis Imbeau).  Jordi will be analyzing animal data with the main goal of understanding biodiversity mechanisms in forests ecosystems using bats as bioindicators, and integrating this knowledge in forest management guidelines. Good luck and enjoy your stay

  • New stage

    1st February 2016 – 31st July 2016

    Adrian Regos, from the Forest Sciences Centre of Catalonia, will be six months with CEF researchers (Pierre Drapeau), working on breeding bird dynamics, analyzing potential drivers of change and distribution patterns. Enjoy your stay!

  • New Stage Newforests

    21st January 2016 – 21st April 2016

    Martina Sánchez-Pinillos, from the CTFC, is spending three months in CEF working with Alain Leduc and Daniel Kneeshaw. Martina will be assessing the main compositional and structural components conferring resilience of Boreal forests to spruce budworm (Choristoneura fumiferana (Clem.)) outbreaks, one of the most serious natural disturbances of fir and spruce forests in eastern Canada. Enjoy your stay!