Call for abstracts | Science and Management of Ash Forests after EAB on

The workshop will focus on the effects of emerald ash borer on ash forests, including ecological effects and management activities used to address these effects. Our intent is to discuss the state of the science and management and to strengthen networking and collaborations across forest management and research. We invite contributions to the workshop in oral or poster presentation format, on the following and other related topics:

  • Ecological effects
  • Silvicultural practices
  • Effects on hydrology and soils
  • Management, mitigation, or adaptation
  • Effects on other forest uses
  • Ecosystem processes and stores, including carbon and nutrient cycling
  • Interactions between emerald ash borer and ash forests (e.g. pathology, spread rates and patterns, ecology, forest responses)

Important Dates

  • Registration opens: January 1 – May 31
  • Abstract deadline: February 28, 11:59 pm EST (closed)
  • Notification of acceptance: early April
  • Program finalized: May 31

Submit an Abstract (closed)

Fine print

  • Oral presentations will be 15 min

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    with 5 min for questions, answers, and transitions. We anticipate concurrent sessions so please adhere to time constraints.

  • Poster sessions will be scheduled on one or both afternoons of the workshop. Posters must fit on a designated space that is ** inches wide by ** inches high. No power or other furnishings will be available for poster presentations, although mounting supplies will be provided. We request that posters be mounted on Tuesday morning and be removed by the end of the day on Wednesday.
  • The organizing committee will review all abstracts and will determine presentation format (oral/poster) as well as suitability for the workshop. Authors will be notified in early April.
  • Abstract submission must include a title, author(s) name(s), and author affiliation(s). Abstract text should be 250 words or less.
  • If there is an error or question in your abstract submission, please contact Nam Jin Noh at

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