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IRG - wood preservation - annual report 1999; wood preservation in Slovak Republic
2000 - IRG/WP 00-40192
This report gives basic information about wood preservation in Slovak Republic, related to the wood preservation research and education, to the most important wood-destroying organisms, to the wood preserving industry, and also to the problems of standards, market and environment....
Questionnaire on university instruction in the subject of wood preservation
1977 - IRG/WP 79
Wood preservation in Kenya
2000 - IRG/WP 00-40190
Focussing an Wood Preservation in Kenya, the Report discusses and elaborates on Education and Training, Research, Wood deteriorating organisms, Treatment Plants and Processes, Preserving Chemicals, Specifications, Markets, Health and Safety and Environmental issues. Education and Research is limited to one Institution only, other Institutions involved with the properties and utilization of wood ha...
Sustainable Mycological Alternatives in Natural forest and Conifer plantations in México
2012 - IRG/WP 12-10792
Concepts of mycoforests, mycosylviculture and their relationship to education, production and sustainable management of fungi in forests in México are analyzed. These concepts may be applied in Mexican protected areas, parks and forestry rural communities and improve socio-economic conditions. Two decades ago commerce of wild edible mushroom in the world was relatively small; mushroom industries ...
F Garza Ocañas, A Carrillo Parra
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2019 - IRG/WP 19-50353
The concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is increasing. The rate of build-up of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere can be reduced by taking advantage of the fact that atmospheric CO2 can accumulate as carbon in vegetation and soils in terrestrial ecosystems. Using wood reduces the carbon footprint in two key ways – through carbon storage and avoided greenhouse gas emissions, bec...
D Krzisnik, M Humar
The InnovaWood Module Bank: Building an international e-learning platform for shared MSc courses in wood science and technology
2019 - IRG/WP 19-50355
The InnovaWood Module Bank is a shared e-Learning platform for standalone science, technology and education modules in wood science. A group of members of InnovaWood have committed to jointly develop this platform. The institutes benefit in that they can widen the range of courses they offer and use their teaching capacities more efficiently. Students obtain the possibility to take online courses ...
M Irle, U Kies, H Militz, P Sauerbier, M Vieux, A Prosic, B Wolfsberger, F Pichelin, I Mayer