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Climate induced forest decline
June 8, 2019


© Mathias Eckert, Weimar, www.matthiaseckert.net, Project Climate-Pavilion

On Saturday, 08 June 2019, Henrik Hartmann will talk about:

Climate induced forest decline

Climate change is also affecting trees: Henrik Hartmann shows what this means and highlights the importance of forests for the Earth system. It's about the fascination of forests, especially about the relationship of Germans to forests. Using the bark beetle as an example, it is made clear that the forest is far from being fully researched. The presentation is visually stimulating and underlines the climate threat for the global forests.

The public lecture in German language starts at 18:00 o'clock in the climate pavilion on 'Rasenmühleninsel' in Jena.


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