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VII World Conference on Ecological Restoration
V Congreso Iberoamericano y del Caribe de Restauración Ecológica
I Conferência Brasileira de Restauração Ecológica

Foz do Iguassu, Brazil | August 27 - September 1, 2017

Oral Presentations

The list below is the schedule of all organized symposia, workshops and contributed presentations.

The information contained here is subject to change!

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August 30th, 2017 - Wednesday

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August 28th, 2017 - Monday

WELCOME
8h00 - 8h30 / Room: Sonata 1 + 2

PLENARY SESSION 1
8h30 – 10h00 / Room: Sonata 1 + 2

8h30 - 9h15
PLENARY LECTURE - THE WORLD’S WATER SYSTEMS: A GRAM OF PREVENTION, WORTH A KILOGRAM OF CURE
Charles  J. Vörösmarty – City University of New York

9h15 - 10h00
PLENARY LECTURE - INNOVATION IN RESTORATION:  BARRIERS AND OPPORTUNITIES
Jacqueline Mohr - University of Montana

10h00 - 10h30 - COFFEE BREAK

PLENARY PANEL
10h30 – 12h00 / Room: Sonata 1 + 2

Joaquim Levy -  World Bank Group
Cristina Paşca Palmer - Convention on Biological Diversity
Stephen Rumsey - Permian Global
Rosa Lemos de Sá - Funbio

12:00- 13h30 - LUNCH BREAK

S01 - LANDSCAPE RESTORATION: REDUCING THE GAPS BETWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICE
13h30 - 15h30 / Room: ÁRIA

13h30 - 13h50
S01.01 - WHAT IS LANDSCAPE RESTORATION?: DEFINITION, IMPLICATIONS AND PRACTICAL CHALLENGES (#13733)
Cristian Echeverria


13h50 - 14h10
S01.02 - SCALING UP ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION TO THE LANDSCAPE SCALE: ADDED VALUE OF THE RESTORING NATURAL CAPITAL CONCEPT (#12841)
James C Aronson


14h10 - 14:30
S01.03 - WHAT IS A LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY PERSPECTIVE AND WHY IT IS IMPORTANT FOR RESTORATION? (#13609)
Jean Paul Metzger


14h30 - 14h50
S01.04 -PARTICIPATORY CARTOGRAPHY OF PRIORITY AREAS FOR RESTORATION AT THE REGIONAL SCALE (#12783)
Jordi Cortina-Segarra


14h50 - 13h10
S01.05 -USE OF GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE DEFINITION OF HIGH-PRIORITY AREAS OF RESTORATION. IMPORTANCE OF THE SPATIAL AND MULTICRITERIA ANALYSES (#12913)
Paola Johanna Isaacs Cubides


15h10 - 15h30
DEBATE

O02 - ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT FOR RESTORATION IN FOREST ECOSYSTEMS
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: CANON

13h30 - 13h50
O02.01 - PILOTING RESTORATION INITIATIVE IN SUBTROPICAL SCRUB FOREST OF PAKISTAN- SPECIFYING AND IDENTIFYING AREAS WHERE RESTORATION WILL NEED ADDITIONAL INTERVENTIONS. (#12386)
Amin Ulhaq Khan


13h50 - 14h10
O02.02 - ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT OF EUCALYPTUS SP. PLANTATION STANDS TO RESTORE THE BRAZILIAN ATLANTIC FOREST. (#13040)
Felipe Ferreira Onofre


14h10 - 14:30
O02.03 - RESTORING PLANT DIVERSITY AND PRODUCTIVITY OF MIOMBO WOODLAND IN SOUTHERN AFRICA THROUGH SELECTIVE STEM THINNING IN STAND DEVELOPMENT STAGES (#14082)
Coert Johannes Geldenhuys


14h30 - 14h50
O02.04 - INCREASING DENSITY AND RICHNESS BY CUTTING TREES IN THE ATLANTIC FOREST RESTORATION (#12790)
Carlos Delano Cardoso de Oliveira


14h50 - 13h10
O02.05 - LONG-TERM FOREST REGENERATION MONITORING AS A TOOL FOR ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT IN PROTECTED AREAS (#13422)
Gustavo Gatti


15h10 - 15h30
O02.06 - FOREST RESTORATION AFTER SEVERE DEGRADATION BY COAL MINING: LESSONS FROM THE FIRST YEARS OF MONITORING (#12996)
Edilane Rocha-Nicoleite

S03 -  MONITORING INDICATORS OF RESTORATION IN BRAZIL: HOW WE ARE DOING IN PRACTICE?
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: MINUETO

13h30 - 13h50
S03.01 - COLLECTING INDICATORS IN AN EFFICIENT WAY (#13773)
Maria Otávia Crepaldi


13h50 - 14h10
S03.02 - RESTORATION MONITORING AT LANDSCAPE SCALE (#13825)
Vanessa Jó Girão


14h10 - 14:30
S03.03 - MONITORING OF DUNE’S RESTORATION IN PARQUE ESTADUAL DE ITAÚNAS, PROTECTED AREA IN ESPÍRITO SANTO - BRAZIL (#13007)
Schirley Costalonga


14h30 - 14h50
S03.04 - RESTORATION MONITORING IN SEMI ARID ECOSYSTEMS (#14157)
José Alves De Siqueira


14h50 - 13h10
S03.05 - MONITORING FOREST RESTORATION THROUGH THE USE OF CONVERGENT METHODOLOGIES IN DIVERSE PHYSIOGNOMIES (#13643)
Ciro José Ribeiro de Moura


15h10 - 15h30
S03.0 - DEBATE

S04 - FIELD-BASED FOCAL TRAINING SITES: EXAMINING A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO LINK SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND APPLIED EXPERIENCE TO DEVELOP CAPACITY FOR ECOLOGICAL RESTORATIONC
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: PRELÚDIO

13h30 - 13h50
S04.01 - EXPLORING THE POTENTIAL OF FIELD-BASED FOCAL TRAINING SITES TO LINK APPLIED RESEARCH WITH CAPACITY BUILDING FOR PLACE-BASED, EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING ON RESTORATION (#13788)
Eva Garen


13h50 - 14h10
S04.02 - EL HATICO TRAINING SITE IN VALLE DEL CAUCA, COLOMBIA: LAND REHABILITATION INTEGRATED TO SUSTAINABLE LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION AND ORGANIC AGRICULTURE (#13707)
Zoraida Calle


14h10 - 14:30
S04.03 - INFLUENCING LANDSCAPE RESTORATION THROUGH SCIENCE-BASED CAPACITY BUILDING IN THE DRY TROPICAL FOREST OF PANAMA (#13786)
Jacob Levi Slusser


14h30 - 14h50
S04.04 - EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH AND DEMONSTRATION SITES IN SOUTHERN BAHIA, A LIVING LABORATORY OF FOREST CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION IN BRAZIL (#13924)
Daniel Piotto


14h50 - 13h10
S04.05 - INNOVATIVE ONLINE TRAINING TOOLS FOR BRINGING FIELD TRAINING EXPERIENCES TO RESEARCHERS AND RESTORATION PRACTITIONERS AROUND THE WORLD (#13793)
Gillian Bloomfield


15h10 - 15h30
S04. – DEBATE

S05 - GOVERNANCE, RESTORATION, AND DEGRADATION NEUTRALITY.  SESSION 1: COMPARING DRIVERS AND INTEGRATING EFFORTS WORLDWIDE
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: SALÃO CANTATA

13h30 - 13h50
S05.01 - CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK: INTEGRATING RESTORATION, DEGRADATION NEUTRALITY, AND HUMAN WELL-BEING. CAN WE DO IT POSSIBLE? (#14006)
Gustavo Zuleta


13h50 - 14h10
S05.02 - POWER RELATIONSHIPS REGULATING THE RESTORATION OF DEGRADED HABITATS, TERRITORIES AND POPULATIONS IN EUROPE (#13613)
Francisco Antonio Comin Sebastian


14h10 - 14:30
S05.03 - GOVERNANCE AND DRIVERS IN THE MULTIPLE AFRICAS: IS ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION FEASIBLE? (#14197)
Olivier Hamerlynck


14h30 - 14h50
S05.04 - SOCIAL PERSPECTIVES ON DRIVERS FOR RESTORATION IN NORTH AMERICA (#14670)
Stephen Richard Edwards


14h50 - 13h10
S05.05 - GOVERNANCE AND DRIVERS OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN CHINA (#14660)
Junguo Liu


15h10 - 15h30
DEBATE

S06 - AT THE NEXUS OF WETLAND RESTORATION AND CLIMATE ADAPTATION: TRADE-OFFS, TARGETS, AND TRAJECTORIES
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: VIVACE 1

13h30 - 13h50
S06.01 - BRACED FOR CHANGE, MINDFUL OF COMPLEXITY, RESISTING ‘NOVELTY’, COMMITTED TO RESTORATION (#12892)
Paddy Woodworth


13h50 - 14h10
S06.02 - EXAMINING GREENHOUSE GAS FLUX RESPONSES TO RESTORATION (#13037)
Rose M. Martin


14h10 - 14:30
S06.03 - LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENT AND CLIMATE RELATED ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONS OF RESTORED FRESHWATER WETLANDS (#12612)
Kate Ballantine


14h30 - 14h50
S06.04 - COASTAL WETLAND INTERIOR DROWNING: CAN IT BE REVERSED? (#14078)
Elizabeth Watson

14h50 - 13h10
S06.05 - COASTAL RESILIENCE PLANNING IN NEW YORK: IDENTIFYING PLACES WHERE VULNERABLE COMMUNITIES AND CONSERVATION PRIORITIES INTERSECT (#13136)
Nicole P. Maher


15h10 - 15h30
S06.06 - A RESTORATION FRAMEWORK TO BUILD COASTAL WETLAND RESILIENCY (#12730)
Cathleen Wigand

S07 - RESTORATION OF ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONS AND PROCESSES: HOW FAR HAVE WE COME?
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: VIVACE 2

13h30 - 13h50
S07.01 - ATTRIBUTES OF ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONS AND ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES: A LESSON FROM GRASSLAND RESTORATION IN THE US MIDWEST (#13172)
Young D. Choi


13h50 - 14h10
S07.02 - INFERRING FUNCTIONS FROM STRUCTURE IN ASSESSING WETLAND RESTORATION OUTCOMES (#12727)
James Michael Doherty & Joy B. Zedler


14h10 - 14:30
S07.03 - CAN WETLAND RESTORATION FROM CROPLAND RESTORE THE FUNCTION OF CARBON SEQUESTRATION? (#13133)
Hua Chen


14h30 - 14h50
S07.04 - ACOUSTIC MONITORING: A POWERFUL TOOL FOR EVALUATING FAUNA RECOVERY IN RESTORATION PROJECTS (#12558)
T. Mitchell Aide


14h50 - 13h10
S07.05 - ANTHROPOGENIC ECOSYSTEM DISTURBANCE AND THE RECOVERY DEBT (#12759)
David Moreno Mateos


15h10 - 15h30
DEBATE

O08 -  MITIGATION: MINING
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: ADAGIO 1

13h30 - 13h50
O08.01 - RELEVANCE OF INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS FOR THE GLOBAL MINING SECTOR (#14168)
Vern Newton


13h50 - 14h10
O08.02 - MONTANA MOONSCAPES: MITIGATING LARGE-SCALE EROSION ON STEEP SLOPES THE ANACONDA, MONTANA SUPERFUND SITE (#12965)
Pedro Marques


14h10 - 14:30
O08.03 - INCREASING KNOWLEDGE ON FOREST RESTORATION AND MERCURY CONTAMINATION IN AREAS DEGRADED BY GOLD MINING IN THE PERUVIAN AMAZON (#12854)
Francisco Román-Dañobeytia


14h30 - 14h50
O08.04 - SOIL RECONSTRUCTION ON RECLAIMED POST MINE SITES IN TEMPERATE ZONE VERSUS TREE SPECIES RESPONSE - THE KEY ISSUES FOR REFORESTATION CHALLENGES (#14122)
Marcin Pietrzykowski


14h50 - 13h10
O08.05 - DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF A RESILIENCE MODEL FOR SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN THE MINING SECTOR. (#13684)
Eugenio Singer


15h10 - 15h30
O08.06 - RESTORING BANDED IRON FORMATIONS AFTER IRON ORE MINING: ECOPHYSIOLOGY AND ECOHYDROLOGICAL VIEWS. (#12967)
Jason Stevens

O09 - RESTORATION OF COASTAL AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS: SCIENCE AND PRACTIC
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: ADAGIO 2

13h30 - 13h50
O09.01 - FOUNDATIONS OF KELP FOREST RESTORATION PART I: RESILIENCE, ENVIRONMENT-ENGINEER FEEDBACKS AND HABITAT MOSAICS (#12795)
Cayne Layton


13h50 - 14h10
O09.02 - FOUNDATIONS OF KELP FOREST RESTORATION PART II: HABITAT STRUCTURE MODIFIES COMMUNITY ESTABLISHMENT (#12797)
Victor Shelamoff


14h10 - 14:30
O09.03 - EVALUATION PROCEDURE OF THE REHABILITATION OF THE NURSERY FUNCTION INSIDES HARBORS OF A LARGE MARINE PROTECTED AREA (#13124)
Mercarder Manon


14h30 - 14h50
O09.04 - THE CAYMAN ISLANDS CORAL REEF RESTORATION EXPLORER: GUIDING RESTORATION THROUGH MULTIPLE ECOSYSTEM SERVICE BENEFITS (#13855)
Steve Schill

S10 - USING NON-LOCAL PLANTS FOR RESTORATION: FALLACY OR FUNDAMENTAL?
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: ALEGRO 1

13h30 - 13h50
S 10.01 - ALTERNATIVE PROVENANCING STRATEGIES, THEORY AND EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE (#12839)
Martin Breed

13h50 - 14h10
S 10.02 - CLIMATE ADAPTATION AND PROVENANCE CHOICE FOR ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION: INSIGHTS FROM EUCALYPTUS (#12801)
Bradley Michael Potts


14h10 - 14:30
S 10.03 - NO RESTORATION BENEFIT FROM CLIMATE-ADJUSTED PROVENANCING OF BANKSIAS - EVIDENCE FROM LARGE-SCALE, MULTI-YEAR PROVENANCE TRIALS (#12671)
Siegfried Krauss – TO BE CONFIRMED


14h30 - 14h50
S 10.04 - ARE LOCAL PLANTS THE BEST FOR ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION? IT DEPENDS ON HOW YOU ANALYZE THE DATA (#13011)
Anna Lampei Bucharova


14h50 - 13h10
S 10.05 - CONSEQUENCES OF PLANT ECOTYPE INTRODUCTIONS FOR BIOTIC INTERACTIONS (#12831)
Armin Bischoff


15h10 - 15h30
DEBATE

S11 - SOCIAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE NATIVE PLANT NURSERY PROGRAM
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: ALEGRO 2

13h30 - 13h50
S 11.01 - FOSTERING COMMUNICATION ACROSS NATIVE PLANT NURSERIES: THE INTERTRIBAL NURSERY COUNCIL (#13364)
Jeremiah R Pinto


13h50 - 14h10
S 11.02 - INCORPORATING TECHNOLOGY INTO NURSERY PROGRAMS AND CREATING A PATHWAY FOR INCREASED COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION (#13201)
Sabine Deristin


14h10 - 14:30
S 11.03 - ESTABLISHING A SCIENCE-BASED NATIVE PLANT NURSERY IN TOGO (#13084)
Danielle Berardi


14h30 - 14h50
S 11.04 - COMMUNITY NURSERIES AS NOVEL MODEL FOR RANGELAND REHABILITATION IN JORDAN (#13438)
Mohammad Alnsour


14h50 – 15h30
DEBATE

012 - ECOLOGICAL FILTERS IN RESTORATION ECOLOGYPROGRAM
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: PRESTO

13h30 - 13h50
S12.01 - LOOK DOWN – THERE IS A GAP – NEED TO INCLUDE SOIL DATA IN RESTORATION PROJECTS IN ATLANTIC FOREST OF BRAZIL (#12780)
Agnieszka Ewa Latawiec


13h50 - 14h10
S12.02 - RIPARIAN ATLANTIC FOREST RESTORATION: WATER TABLE DEPTH AND PLANTING SPACING AFFECTED THE GROWTH OF PLANTED TREES (#13058)
Emanuela Wehmuth Alves Weidlich


14h10 - 14:30
S12.03 - FACILITATION IN RESTORED SEASONAL TROPICAL FOREST: INTERACTION OF CANOPY ATTRIBUTES AND SOIL WATER STORAGE CAPACITY. (#13635)
Angelo Albano da Silva Bertholdi


14h30 - 14h50
S12.04 - EDAPHIC PROPERTIES DRIVE THE EFFECTS OF VEGETATION COMPOSITION ON LITTER FALL AND NUTRIENT INPUTS IN TROPICAL SEASONAL FOREST RESTORATION SYSTEMS (#13287)
Deivid Lopes Machado


14h50 - 13h10
S12.05 - INFLUENCE OF TOPOGRAPHY, SOIL NUTRIENTS AND TREE DIVERSITY ON PRODUCTIVITY OF NATIVE TIMBER SPECIES (#13694)
Carolina Mayoral Lopez


15h10 - 15h30
S12.06 - NATURAL PROCESSES FOR THE RESTORATION OF DISTURBED SITES (#12298)
David Polster

15h30 - 16h00 - COFFEE BREAK

S13 - THE RESTORATION OPPORTUNITIES ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY (ROAM) AS A CONTRIBUTION TO RESTORING DEGRADED AND DEFORESTED LANDSCAPES IN SUPPORT OF THE BONN CHALLENGE
16h00 - 18h00 / Room: ÁRIA

16h00 - 16h20                                               
S13.01 - INTRODUCTION TO THE RESTORATION OPPORTUNITIES ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY (ROAM) AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION (#14161)
James McBreen

16h20 - 16h40
S13.02 - PERU’S NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR THE RECOVERY OF DEGRADED AREAS: A STRATEGY FOR THE REHABILITATION OF FOREST LANDSCAPES
Sara Ruth Yalle Paredes

16h40 - 17h00
S13.03 - ROAM IN POST-CONFLICT EASTERN ANTIOQUIA, COLOMBIA (#13860)
Paola Johanna Isaacs Cubides

17h00 - 17h20
S13.04 - POLICY PROCESSES AND ROAM IMPLEMENTATION IN BRAZIL – GOING BEYOND ANALYTICAL EFFORTS
Miguel A. Moraes

17h20 - 17h40
S13.05 - THE ASSESSMENT OF BIODIVERSITY IN FOREST LANDSCAPE RESTORATION
Craig Beatty

17h40 – 18h00
S13.06 - EXPERIENCES DEVELOPING CAPACITY FOR ROAM USING INTENSIVE ONLINE LEARNING TOOLS (#15187)
Gillian Sarah Bloomfield

O14 - EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION IN RESTORATION ECOLOGY
16h00 - 18h00 / Room: CANON

16h00 - 16h20
O14.01 - USING THE NEXUS BETWEEN TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND WESTERN SCIENCE TO ADVANCE CONSERVATION BIOLOGY GLOBALLY (#13905)
Cristina Eisenberg & Kansie Fox


16h20 - 16h40
O14.02 - ENCOURAGING SER-ENDORSED PRINCIPLES OF RESTORATION IN CHINA (#13867)
André Clewell


16h40 - 17h00
O14.03 - ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION CAPACITY-BUILDING: IS IT REACHING THE RIGHT AUDIENCE? AN ASSESSMENT FROM A MEXICAN EXPERIENCE (#13146)
Aníbal Ramírez


17h00 - 17h20
O14.04 - GOING WHERE SCIENCE CAN’T GO: INSPIRING THE PUBLIC IN MARINE RESTORATION THROUGH STORY (#13808)
Lana Kajlich


17h20 - 17h40
O14.05 - COOPERATIVE EXTENSION: A MODEL OF SCIENCE–PRACTICE INTEGRATION FOR ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION (#12968)
Erica Elizabeth Arora


17h40 - 18h00
O14.06 - BOGOTÁ TROPICARIUM, PUBLIC POLICY FOR THE BIODIVERSITY UNDERSTANDING (#13009)
Germán Barrera Velásquez

S15 - IS DIRECT SEEDING THE PROMISING RESTORATION METHOD FOR TROPICAL FOREST AND SAVANNA RESTORATION? ECOLOGICAL, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC OUTPUTS FROM BRAZIL
16h00 - 18h00 / Room: MINUETO

16h00 - 16h20
S15.01 - HOW WAS IT POSSIBLE TO RESTORE 2000 HA OF TROPICAL FOREST BY DIRECT SEEDING? (#13700)
Eduardo Malta Campos Filho


16h20 - 16h40
S15.02 - FIRST LARGE-SCALE RESTORATION PROJECT OF BRAZILIAN SAVANNAS (#13664)
Alexandre Bonesso Sampaio


16h40 - 17h00
S15.03 - ENVIRONMENTAL RECOVERY AND PRODUCTION FROM DIRECT SEEDING IN AMAZON PORTAL: LESSONS FROM THE SEMENTES DO PORTAL PROJEC (#13660)
Alexandre de Azevedo Olival


17h00 - 17h20
S15.04 - CHALLENGES FOR SCALING-UP NATIVE SEED PRODUCTION TO DIRECT SEEDING IN THE BRAZILIAN DRY AREAS: A SEED TECHNOLOGY APPROACH (#13816)
Fatima Conceição Márquez Piña-Rodrigues


17h20 - 17h40
S15.05 - UNDERSTANDING THE ECOLOGICAL OUTPUTS OF DIRECT SEEDING RESTORATION (#13135)
Daniel Luis Mascia Vieira


17h40 - 18h00
DEBATE

S16 - THE USE OF BIOCRUSTS FOR RESTORATION AND REHABILITATION IN DRYLANDS: LIMITATIONS, ADVANCES, AND NEW PERSPECTIVES
16h00 - 18h00 / Room: PRELÚDIO

16h00 - 16h20
S16.01 - REHABILITATION OF ARID SOILS BY INOCULATING EXOPOLYSACCHARIDE-PRODUCING CYANOBACTERIA: THE ROLE OF THE EXTRACELLULAR POLYSACCHARIDIC MATRIX IN THE IMPROVEMENT OF SOIL QUALITY (#13747)
Roberto De Philippis


16h20 - 16h40
S16.02 - INDUCING BIOCRUST DEVELOPMENT BY CYANOBACTERIA INOCULATION TO RESTORE DRYLAND ECOSYSTEMS (#13896)
Sonia Chamizo de la Piedra


16h40 - 17h00
S16.03 - ASSESING THE EFFECTS OF NATIVE-CYANOBACTERIA INOCULATION: NEW INSIGHTS FOR THE RESTORATION OF DRYLANDS DEGRADED SOILS (#13885)
Yolanda Canton Castilla


17h00 - 17h20
S16.04 - STRATEGIES FOR GROWING AND ESTABLISHING MOSS FOR BIOCRUST REHABILITATION (#13885)
Kyle Doherty


17h20 - 17h40
S16.05 - MICROBIAL BIOBANKING: MAXIMISING THE RETURNS FROM TOPSOIL TO FACILITATE MINE SITE REHABILITATION (#13821)
Wendy Williams


17h40 - 18h00
DEBATE

S17 - GOVERNANCE, RESTORATION, AND DEGRADATION NEUTRALITY.  SESSION 2: HOW SIACRE COUNTRIES ARE PROGRESSING?
16h00 - 18h00 / Room: SALÃO CANTATA

16h00 - 16h20
S17.01 - INTEGRATING RESTORATION TO DEGRADATION NEUTRALITY: THE CASE OF LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBE (#14058)
Gustavo Zuleta & Cecilia Gasic

16h20 - 16h40
S17.02 - DRIVERS, GOVERNANCE, DEGRADATION NEUTRALITY AND ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN CHILE (#14008)
Cecilia Valeria Gasic


16h40 - 17h00
S17.03 - GOVERNANCE, RESTORATION, AND DEGRADATION NEUTRALITY: DRIVERS, GOVERNANCE, DEGRADATION NEUTRALITY AND ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN THE CARIBBEAN REGION WITH AN EMPHASIS ON DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (#13810)
Pablo José Ovalles


17h00 - 17h20
S17.04 - GOVERNANCE, RESTORATION, AND DEGRADATION NEUTRALITY IN COLOMBIA (#14626)
Carolina Murcia – TO BE CONFIRMED


17h20 - 17h40
S17.05 - THE CONTRIBUTION OF INITIATIVE 20X20, A COUNTRY-LED PLATFORM TO THE RESTORATION FIELD IN LATIN AMERICA (#14349)
Walter Vergara


17h40 - 18h00
DEBATE

S18 - RESTORING PRODUCTIVE LANDSCAPES USING LANDSCAPE APPROACHES: PROMOTING AGROFORESTRY AND AGROECOLOGY WHILE IMPROVING LIVELIHOODS OF SMALLHOLDER FARMERS IN CENTRAL AMERICA, BRAZIL AND EAST AFRICA
16h00 - 18h00 / Room: VIVACE 1

16h00 - 16h20
S18.01 - MOVING TOWARDS AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO FOOD SECURITY, ECOSYSTEM SERVICES, AND CLIMATE CHANGE: ADVANCING THE CLIMATE-SMART TERRITORIES (CST) APPROACH IN TWO CENTRAL AMERICAN RURAL AREAS (#13998)
Leida Mercado


16h20 - 16h40
S18.02 - GUIDING AGROFORESTRY-BASED RESTORATION IN BRAZIL: LESSONS FROM APPLICATION OF PLANTSAFS - PLANNING AND APPRAISAL FOR DECISION-MAKING ON AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS (#14935)
Andrew Miccolis


16h40 - 17h00
S18.03 - CLIMATE-SMART AGRICULTURE PRACTICES AND THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO LANDSCAPE RESTORATION AND THE WELLBEING OF AGRICULTURAL FAMILIES (#13734)
Rolando Cerda


17h00 - 17h20
S18.04 - KNOWLEDGE-SHARING FOR LANDSCAPE RESTORATION IN THE ATLANTIC FOREST OF BRAZIL (#13736)
Miguel Calmon


17h20 - 17h40
S18.05 - FOREST AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICE RECOVERY THROUGH SECONDARY SUCCESSION: LESSONS FROM CONTRASTING TROPICAL AGRICULTURAL LANDSCAPES IN COSTA RICA (#13987)
Bryan Finegan


17h40 - 18h00
DEBATE

S19 - DECIPHERING THE LAND: USING LANDSCAPE ATTRIBUTES TO ESTIMATE THE POTENTIAL FOR NATURAL REGENERATION OF TROPICAL FORESTS
16h00 - 18h00 / Room: VIVACE 2

16h00 - 16h20
S19.01 - NATURAL REGENERATION TO LEVERAGE LARGE-SCALE TROPICAL FOREST RESTORATION: STATE OF THE ART AND RESEARCH GAPS (#13424)
Robin Lee Chazdon


16h20 - 16h40
S19.02 - COMPLEX SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL DRIVERS OF NATURAL REGENERATION IN THE BRAZILIAN ATLANTIC FOREST HOTSPOT (#13025)
Renato Crouzeilles Pereira Rocha


16h40 - 17h00
S19.03 - LOCAL AND LANDSCAPE FACTORS INFLUENCING STRUCTURE AND DIVERSITY OF SECOND-GROWTH FORESTS IN HUMAN-MODIFIED LANDSCAPES (#12861)
Ricardo G César


17h00 - 17h20
S19.04 - The Role of exotic Eucayptus for promoting cost. Effective Regeneration of tropical Forests. (#13163)
Pedro Brancalion


17h20 - 17h40
S19.05 - USING LANDSCAPE ATTRIBUTES TO INCREASE RESTORATION COST-EFFICIENCY (#12920)
Paulo Guilherme Molin


17h40 - 18h00
S19.06 - GOVERNING NATURAL FOREST REGENERATION: STATUS AND TRENDS AND VIEWS FORWARD (#12557)
Manuel Guariguata

O20 - RESTORATION OF WETLANDS
16h00 - 18h00 / Room: ADAGIO 1

16h00 - 16h20
O20.01 - RESTORING WETLAND SERVICES IN AGROECOSYSTEMS TO REDUCE IMPACTS ON WATER QUALITY (#13178)
Chris Tanner


16h20 - 16h40
O20.02 - IMPROVING MANAGEMENT AND RESTORATION OF SUBMERGED AQUATIC VEGETATION IN WETLANDS USING A STATE-AND-TRANSITION MODEL (#13899)
Andrea Kristof


16h40 - 17h00
O20.03 - CONSUMER CONTROL IN NEW ENGLAND COASTAL WETLANDS: A SHIFTING PARADIGM (#12667)
Alexandria Moore


17h00 - 17h20
O20.04 - WETLAND RESTORATION IN A LARGE RAMSAR-LISTED TREATMENT PLANT: PARTNERSHIPS OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNITY (#13974)
Richard Loyn


17h20 - 17h40
O20.05 - WETLAND CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT IN LATVIA (#16067)
Mara Pakalne

17h40 - 18h00
O20.06 - RIVERBANK RESTORATION ON REGULATED RIVERS: MANAGING ECOLOGICAL FUNCTION FROM HYDRO-POWER OPERATIONS (#13017)
Mickey Marcus

O21 - BIRDS AS AGENTS AND OUTCOMES IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION
16h00 - 18h00 / Room: ADAGIO 2

16h00 - 16h20
O21.01 - IMPLICATIONS OF AVIAN-HABITATS RELATIONSHIP IN WETLAND RESTORATION (#12877)
Xingyi Li


16h20 - 16h40
O21.02 - RESTORING RESILIENCE IN TASMANIA’S WOODLAND BIRD COMMUNITY (#12878)
Glen Bain


16h40 - 17h00
O21.03 - NUTRIENT INPUTS BY BIRDS AND RESTORATION: EFFECTS OF OWLS ON THE VEGETATION DYNAMIC OF A FOREST IN REGENERATION (#13894)
Laura Rba-Hernandez


17h00 - 17h20
O21.04 - EFFECTS OF BIRD MOVEMENTS ON SEED DISPERSAL PATTERNS IN DEGRADED AREA (#14069)
Danielle Christine Tenorio Leal Ramos


17h20 - 17h40
O21.05 - CLIFF-NESTING BIRD COMMUNITIES IN MINING AREAS IN SPAIN: OPPORTUNITIES FOR MINING REHABILITATION (#13858)
Zoe Rohrer Rodriguez – TO BE CONFIRMED

W 22 - USING NON-LOCAL PLANTS FOR RESTORATION, FALLACY OR FUNDAMENTAL? (#35)
16h00 - 18h00 / Room: ALEGRO 1

Organizer: Martin Breed

S23 - INTEGRATION OF SCIENCE, APPLICATION, AND PRACTICE IN UPDATING THE MODEL OF SEEDLING SELECTION FOR RESTORATION
16h00 - 18h00 / Room: ALEGRO 2

16h00 - 16h20
S23.01 - WHAT IS A QUALITY SEEDLING: THE TARGET PLANT CONCEPT (#13197)
Anthony S Davis


16h20 - 16h40
S23.02 - UNDERSTANDING SEEDLING PHYSIOLOGY TO OPTIMIZE SEEDLING SUCCESS (#13362)
Jeremiah R Pinto


16h40 - 17h00
S23.03 - CHARACTERIZING ROOT SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT IN PLANTED SEEDLINGS (#13764)
Rebecca Lieberg


17h00 - 17h20
S23.04 - MANAGING GENETIC RESOURCES TO INCREASE RESTORATION SUCCESS (#13449)
Matthew Horning


17h20 - 17h40
S23.05 - IMPROVING SEEDLING ESTABLISHMENT SUCCESS THROUGH BENEFICIAL MICROORGANISMS (#13102)
Matthew M Aghai


17h40 - 18h00
DEBATE

O24 - RESTORING ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES: SOIL AND NUTRIENT CYCLING
16h00 - 18h00 / Room: PRESTO

16h00 - 16h20
O24.01 - SHIFTS IN LITTER AND NUTRIENT DYNAMICS IN TROPICAL FOREST RESTORATION PLOTS OVER A DECADE OF RECOVERY (#13008)
Rakan A. Zahawi


16h20 - 16h40
O24.02 - DIFFERENCES IN NITROGEN CYCLING AMONG N-FIXING TREES IN HAWAI‘I AFFECT COMMUNITY COMPOSITION (#12867)
Elizabeth August-Schmidt


16h40 - 17h00
O24.03 - RESTORING OAK FORESTS FROM THE BARE GROUND USING FOREST TOPSOIL TRANSLOCATION (#13657)
David Douterlungne


17h00 - 17h20
O24.04 - LITTER PRODUCTION AND DECOMPOSITION ENVIRONMENT IS NOT AFFECTED BY CLUSTER OR ISOLATED SEEDLING PLANTING IN EARLY STAGES OF RESTORATION (#13977)
Leda Lorenzo


17h20 - 17h40
O24.05 - USE OF POTENTIAL SPECIES FOR RECOVERY OF DEGRADED SOILS IN MORELIA, MICHOACÁN, MÉXICO (#14055)
María Elena Granados García


17h40 - 18h00
O24.06 - NITROGEN FERTILIZATION DURING NURSERY PRODUCTION AND PROTECTION AFTER OUTPLANTING IMPROVE RESTORATION OF NOTHOFAGUS ALESSANDRII, AN ENDANGERED, ENDEMIC CHILEAN SPECIES (#12990)
Manuel Alejandro Acevedo Tapia

August 29th, 2017 - Tuesday

PLENARY SESSION 2
8h00 – 9h30 / Room: Sonata 1+2

8h00 - 8h45
PLENARY LECTURE - CAN WE MANAGE FOR RESILIENCE? MAKING DECISIONS ABOUT WHERE AND HOW TO RESTORE IN A CHANGING WORLD
Katharine Suding - University of Colorado Boulder

8h45 - 9h30
PLENARY LECTURE - TURNING GOOD INTENTIONS INTO GOOD OUTCOMES: LINKS AND MISMATCHES BETWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICE IN RESTORATION
Richard Hobbs - The University of Western Australia

09h30 - 10h00 - COFFEE BREAK

S25 - ASSESSING AND SETTING PRIORITIES FOR FOREST LANDSCAPE RESTORATION TO ACHIEVE BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION TARGETS
10h00 - 12h00/ Room: ÁRIA

10h00 - 10h20
S25.01 - DEFINING THE DECISION SPACE FOR LANDSCAPE-SCALE RESTORATION OF FOREST ECOSYSTEMS (#14379)
Cara R. Nelson

10h20 - 10h40
S25.02 - OPERATIONALIZING THE NEW INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS: A KEY NEXT STEP (#14416)
George D. Gann

10h40 - 11h00
S25.03 - NATIONAL PRACTICAL GUIDELINE OF FOREST LANDSCAPE RESTORATION FOR BAEKDU-DAEGAN MOUNTAIN SYSTEM (BDMS) IN KOREA (#12793)
Won-seok Kang

11h00 - 11h20
S25.04 - BIODIVERSITY GUIDELINES FOR FOREST LANDSCAPE RESTORATION ASSESSMENTS
Craig Beatty

11h20 – 11h40
S25.05 - FOREST ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION BY LARGE AREA PLANTATION IN REPUBLIC OF KOREA (#14147)
Youngtae Choi

11h40 - 12h00
S25.06 - GLOBAL AND REGIONAL ASSESSMENTS OF RESTORATION TARGETS - THE OUTLOOK FOR ACHIEVING AICHI BIODIVERSITY TARGET 15 BY 2020
Catalina Santamaria

O26 - RESTORING ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES: BIODIVERSITY AND FUNCTIONING
10h00 - 12h00/ Room: CANON

10h00 - 10h20
O26.01 - IS IT POSSIBLE TO RESTORE TREES AND NON-TREES IN HIGH-DIVERSITY FORESTS? (#12958)
Letícia Couto Garcia


10h20 - 10h40
O26.02 - REINTRODUCTION OF EPIPHYTES IN FOREST RESTORATION: EFFECT OF TRANSPLANT SITE AND SEEDLING SIZE (#14030)
Frederico Domene


10h40 - 11h00
O26.03 - THE USE OF ECOTYPIC PLANT COLLECTIONS IN RESTORATION DESIGN TO BENEFIT POLLINATOR HABITAT (#13431)
Randy H. Mandel


11h00 - 11h20
O26.04 - CHANGES IN THE ASSEMBLAGES OF POLLINATION MODES AMONG TREE COMMUNITIES IN CONSERVED, RESTORED A SECONDARY AREAS OF TROPICAL SEMI-DECIDUOUS FOREST (#12392)
Paula María Montoya Pfeiffer


11h20 - 11h40
O26.05 - THE RESTORATION OF HOST-PARASITOID FOOD WEBS IN RUPESTRIAN GRASSLANDS (#13868)
Tiago Shizen Pacheco Toma


11h40 - 12h00
O26.06 - LIGHT HABITAT, DYNAMICS AND DIVERSITY: BASES FOR THE RESTORATION OF THE TROPICAL DRY FOREST, COLOMBIA SOUTH AMERICA. (#12755)
Omar Melo

W27- AGROECOLOGY, RESTORATION ECOLOGY AND FOREST LANDSCAPE RESTORATION IN BRAZIL (#77)
10h00 - 12h00/ Room: MINUETO

Organizer: Renata Evangelista de Oliveira

W28 - COLLABORATIVE DESIGN IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION: INTEGRATING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE AND ECOLOGY TO DEVELOP SOCIALLY AND ENVIRONMENTALLY RESILIENT COMMUNITIES. (#68)
10h00 - 12h00/ Room: PRELÚDIO

Organizer: Ann Kearsley

 

S29 - SOCIAL PARTICIPATION IN RESTORATION PROJECTS OF LATIN AMERICA: AN EXPANDING FIELD

10h00 - 12h00/ Room: SALÃO CANTATA

10h00 - 10h20
S29.01 - THE ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN LATIN AMERICA: POLITICAL AND SOCIAL CONSIDERATIONS (#12742)
Eliane Ceccon


10h20 - 10h40
S29.02 - THE ROLE OF EDUCATION FOR ACHIEVING CONCEPTUAL CHANGES REQUIRED FOR ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION (#14176)
Daniel Roberto Pérez


10h40 - 11h00
S29.03 - TRAINING CATTLE FARMERS TO IMPLEMENT SILVOPASTORAL SYSTEMS AND RESTORE DEGRADED LANDS: THE ROLE OF INNOVATIVE PRODUCERS AND PILOT FARMS (#14190)
Zoraida Calle


11h00 - 11h20
S29.04 - PRODUCTIVE RESTORATION: A SOCIAL ALTERNATIVE IN MEXICO AND ARGENTINA (#12847)
Fernando Farinaccio & Ana Laura Silva García


11h20 - 11h40
S29.05 - SCHOOL OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO THE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN COLOMBIA (#13864)
José Ignacio Barrera Cataño


11h40 - 12h00
DEBATE

S30 - BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN KNOWING AND DOING BY MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF TROPICAL FOREST RESTORATION ON A LARGE SCALE.
10h00 - 12h00/ Room: VIVACE 1

10h00 - 10h20
S30.01 - THE AFRP EFFORT TO CREATE A UNIFYING MONITORING METHOD IN A NATIONAL LEVEL (#13818)
Ludmila Pugliese De Siqueira


10h20 - 10h40
S30.02 - COMBINING SCIENTIFIC AND SOCIAL APPROACHES TO MONITOR DEGRADED AND RESTORED FOREST ECOSYSTEMS: LESSONS FROM ARGENTINA (#14348)
Gustavo Zuleta


10h40 - 11h00
S30.03 - APPLICATION OF MONITORING PROTOCOLS AT LARGE SCALE (#13831)
Vanessa Jó Girão


11h00 - 11h20
S30.04 - MAKING POSSIBLE, MONITORING, EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT OF TROPICAL FOREST RESTORATION IN A GOVERNMENTAL AGENCY (#13641)
Ciro José Ribeiro de Moura


11h20 - 11h40
S30.05 - ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION MONITORING IN THE STATE OF SÃO PAULO: MAKING IT SIMPLER AND MORE COMPREHENSIVE (#13581)
Rafael Barreiro Chaves


11h40 - 12h00
DEBATE

S31 - THE USE OF SCENARIOS AND MODELS IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION
10h00 - 12h00/ Room: VIVACE 2

10h00 - 10h20
S31.01 - SYSTEMATIC MAPPING OF BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES SCENARIOS RESEARCH APPLIED TO LANDSCAPE RESTORATION (#13078)
Francisco Dalbertas Gomes De Carvalho


10h20 - 10h40
S31.02 - SCENARIOS AND MODELS AS TOOLS FOR PROMOTING EFFECTIVE RESTORATION ACTIONS (#13616)
Jean Paul Metzger


10h40 - 11h00
S31.03 - EXPLORING SCENARIO AND MODELLING APPROACHES IN AN ECOSYSTEM SERVICE BASED INITIATIVE TO CLEAR INVASIVE ALIEN PLANTS – THE CASE OF WORKING FOR WATER IN SOUTH AFRICA (#12798)
Karen J Esler


11h00 - 11h20
S31.04 - THE POTENTIAL FOR USING SCENARIOS WHEN DEVELOPING NATIONAL STRATEGIES FOR RESTORATION IN THE NORDIC COUNTRIES – WITH A SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION (#12906)
Dagmar Hagen


11h20 - 11h40
S31.05 - A FLEXIBLE, MULTICRITERIA MODELLING APPROACH TO PRIORITISE RESTORATION AIMING AT MAXIMISING MULTIPLE BENEFITS AND MINIMISING COSTS: A CASE STUDY FOR THE ATLANTIC RAINFOREST (#13913)
Bernardo Baeta Neves Strassburg


11h40 - 12h00
DEBATE

O32 - COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION: PLANNING
10h00 - 12h00/ Room: ADAGIO 1

10h00 - 10h20
O32.01 - LANDSCAPE CONSERVATION COOPERATIVES: LINKING SCIENCE, MANAGEMENT, AND STRATEGIC PLANNING ACROSS NORTH AMERICA (#12849)
Nicole M Evans


10h20 - 10h40
O32.02 - MANAGEMENT AND GOVERNANCE STRATEGY FOR LAKE CHAPALA SUB-BASIN RESTORATION. THE USE OF A MULTIPLE PARTICIPATION PLATFORM TOOL (#13573)
Rodrigo Moncayo-Estrada


10h40 - 11h00
O32.03 - METHODOLOGICAL CHALLENGES IN INCLUSIVE ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION: TWO CONTRASTING CASE STUDIES FROM INDIA (#13108)
Suresh Babu


11h00 - 11h20
O32.04 - RESTORING RAINFOREST IN MADAGASCAR: ARE WE PLANTING ENOUGH TREES FOR PEOPLE AND LEMURS? (#12982)
Maholy Ravaloharimanitra


11h20 - 11h40
O32.05 - RESTORING NATURAL PROCESSES IN TWO CULTURALLY IMPORTANT NATURA 2000 SITES IN ROMANIA (#13852)
Ancuta Fedorca

O33 -  RESTORATION OF TROPICAL SAVANNAS AND GRASSLANDS
10h00 - 12h00/ Room: ADAGIO 2

10h00 - 10h20
O33.01 - EVALUATION OF COMMUNITY TRANSLOCATION AS MEAN OF CONSERVATION OF COPPER-COBALT ECOSYSTEMS USING A PLANT TRAIT-BASED APPROACH (#12935)
Soizig le Stradic


10h20 - 10h40
O33.02 - DIRECT SEEDING OF NATIVE TREES FOR RESTORATION OF THE CERRADO BIOME IN ABANDONED CULTIVATION AREA: EFFECT OF GROOVE DEPTH AND FERTILIZATION (#13950)
José Felipe Ribeiro


10h40 - 11h00
O33.03 - SAVANNA RESTORATION USING DIRECT SEEDING: THERE IS AN IDEAL SEED DENSITY? (#13326)
Keiko Fueta Pellizzaro


11h00 - 11h20
O33.04 - 14 YEARS AFTER THE DEPOSITION OF SEWAGE IN AN DEGRADED AREA IN THE BRAZILIAN SAVANNAH: IS SEED RAIN AND LITTER DEPOSITION REESTABLISHED? (#14007)
Marina Morais Monteiro


11h20 - 11h40
O33.05 - TREE SAPLING SURVIVAL TO FIRE IN RECENTLY RESTORED SAVANNA AREAS (#13109)
Isabel Belloni Schmidt


11h40 - 12h00
O33.06 - THE NEED FOR RESTORING FIRE REGIMES IN CERRADO: 30 YEARS OF DEGRADATION FROM FIRE SUPPRESSION (#12772)
Rodolfo C.R.Abreu (95)

W34 - ARBIMON: AN ACOUSTIC MONITORING PLATFORM FOR MONITORING FAUNA RECOVERY (#58)
10h00 - 12h00/ Room: ALEGRO 1

Organizer: T. Mitchell Aide

S35 - INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION AND WATER RELATED ECOSYSTEM SERVICES
10h00 - 12h00/ Room: ALEGRO 2

10h00 - 10h20
S35.01 - UNDERSTANDING EFFECTS OF FOREST RESTORATION ON STREAM FLOW AT CATCHMENT SCALE IN ATLANTIC FOREST REGION (#13016)
Silvio Ferraz


10h20 - 10h40
S35.02 - SOIL HYDROLOGICAL RESPONSES TO ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION AT ATLANTIC FOREST (#13093)
Miguel Cooper


10h40 - 11h00
S35.03 - A GLOBAL META-ANALYSIS OF THE RELATION BETWEEN FORESTS COVER AND WATER RUNOFF, EVAPOTRANSPIRATION, INFILTRATION, AND SOIL PERCOLATION (#12762)
Paula Meli


11h00 - 11h20
S35.04 - DOES FOREST RESTORATION WILL IMPROVE SOIL INFILTRATION RATES ON ATLANTIC FOREST? (#13095)
Aline Aparecida Fransozi


11h20 - 11h40
S35.05 - APPLYING SPATIALLY EXPLICIT MODELLING OF STREAM FLOW REGULATION FOR THE PRIORIZATION OF WATERSHED RESTORATION (#13763)
Cristian Echeverria


11h40 - 12h00
S35.06 - SAVANNA STRUCTURE, FUNCTIONING, AND WATER-RELATED ECOSYSTEM SERVICES: DRIVERS FOR RESTORATION AND MANAGEMENT (#12680)
Giselda Durigan

O36 - TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL FOREST: PASSIVE AND ACTIVE RESTORATION
10h00 - 12h00/ Room: PRESTO

10h00 - 10h20
O36.01 - LESSONS LEARNED ABOUT APPLIED NUCLEATION AS A TROPICAL FOREST RESTORATION STRATEGY (#12551)
Karen D. Holl


10h20 - 10h40
O36.02 - TOPSOIL TRANSLOCATION FOR TROPICAL DRY FOREST RESTORATION: RESPROUTING OF ROOT FRAGMENTS AND GERMINATION OF PIONEERS TRIGGER FOREST REGENERATION (#12788)
Maxmiller Cardoso Ferreira


10h40 - 11h00
O36.03 - BRAZILIAN SUBTROPICAL RAINFOREST RESTORATION: COMPARING PASSIVE, APPLIED NUCLEATION AND HIGH DIVERSITY PLANTATION APPROACHES (#13158)
Fernando Campanha Bechara


11h00 - 11h20
O36.04 - SUBTROPICAL MIXED RAINFOREST RESTORATION: ARE NUCLEATION TECHNIQUES SUFFICIENT TO PROMOTE RECOVERY OF PLANT BIODIVERSITY? (#13769)
Bruna Elisa Trentin


11h20 - 11h40
O36.05 - DISTINCTION OF THE STRUCTURE AND FLORISTIC COMPOSITION OF AN AREA IN FOREST RESTORATION PROCESS AND ANOTHER IN NATURAL REGENERATION (#12747)
Ana Flavia Boeni


11h40 - 12h00
O36.06 - STUDY OF THE SUCCESSIONAL STATE OF A DEGRADED AREA IN THE CERRO CORÁ NATIONAL PARK (PNCC), DEPARTMENT OF AMAMBAY (#14093)
Lourdes González Soria

12:00 - 13h30 - LUNCH BREAK  

S37 - IMPROVING GOVERNANCE TO ACHIEVE MORE EFFECTIVE FOREST AND LANDSCAPE RESTORATION
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: ÁRIA

13h30 - 13h50
S37.01 - INITIATIVE 20X20 A COUNTRY-LED PLATFORM TO RESTORE 20 MILLION HECTARES OF DEGRADED LAND IN LATIN AMERICA (#13477)
Walter Vergara

13h50 - 14h10
S37.02 SECURING FOREST TENURE RIGHTS FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT. LESSONS FROM SIX COUNTRIES IN LATIN AMERICA
Gerardo Segura

14h10 – 14h30
S37.03 - THE CHALLENGES OF OPPORTUNITIES: SCALING UP NATIONAL CAPACITY FOR FOREST AND LANDSCAPE RESTORATION (#14383)
James G. Hallett

14h30 - 14h50
S37.04 - EXPLORING SOCIAL FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION (#14009)
Stephen R Edwards

14h50 - 15h30
DEBATE

O38 -  SEEDS AND SEEDLING PRODUCTION
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: CANON

13h30 - 13h50
O38.01 - A NEW VISION OF SEED TRANSFER: SYNTHESIZING THE SCIENCE OF SEED MOVEMENT IN A RAPIDLY CHANGING WORLD (#12088)
Francis Fatah Kilkenny


13h50 - 14h10
O38.02 - ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION AND NATIVE PLANT NURSERIES: AN ALARMING MISMATCH ON THE WAY (#12843)
Cristina Yuri Vidal


14h10 - 14:30
O38.03 - WHAT FRACTION OF SEEDS CAN WE HARVEST FROM WILD POPULATIONS? INSIGHT FROM A GLOBAL DATA BASE OF PLANT DEMOGRAPHY. (#13019)
Anna Lampei Bucharova


14h30 - 14h50
O38.04 - IMPROVING SUCCESS OF SEED REINTRODUCTIONS. (#12792)
Joyce Maschinski


14h50 - 13h10
O38.05 - SEED SYSTEMS FOR RESTORATION: BASELINE ASSESSMENTS OF SEVEN LATIN-AMERICAN COUNTRIES (#14046)
Carolina Alcazar


15h10 - 15h30
O38.06 - NATIVE SEED PRESERVES AS A TOOL FOR DIVERSIFYING TROPICAL ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION IN MÉXICO: A CASE STUDY IN THE CENTRAL GULF OF MEXICO REGION (#12768)
Aníbal Ramírez-Soto

S39 - DISTURBED TROPICAL FORESTS: AN URGENT NEED FOR RESTORATION
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: MINUETO

13h30 - 13h50
S39.01 - BEYOND REFORESTATION ON CLEARED LAND: WHY SHOULD WE FOCUS IN A COMBINATION OF RESTORATION OPTIONS INCLUDING REHABILITATION OF DEGRADED AND SECONDARY FORESTS? (#13832)
Joice Nunes Ferreira


13h50 - 14h10
S39.02 - RESTORATION OF FOREST REMNANTS: STATE OF ART AND RESEARCH GAPS IN BRAZIL (#13652)
Ricardo Ribeiro Rodrigues


14h10 - 14:30
S39.03 - ENRICHMENT PLANTING STRATEGIES TO RESTORE DEGRADED TROPICAL REMNANTS (#13645)
Julia Raquel De Sá Abílio Mangueira


14h30 - 14h50
S39.04 - RESTORATION OF DISTURBED FORESTS IN PROTECTED AREAS: EXPERIENCES IN SOUTHEASTERN BRAZIL (#13663)
Ricardo A G Viani


14h50 - 13h10
S39.05 - RESTORATION OF FOREST FRAGMENTS AS A STRATEGY TO ACCOMPLISH GLOBAL AND REGIONAL RESTORATION GOALS (#13804)
Severino Ribeiro Pinto


15h10 - 15h30
DEBATE

W40 - LANDSCAPE RESTORATION THAT COMBATS EMERGING OR EXPANDING TROPICAL DISEASES TO IMPROVE HUMAN WELL-BEING: A SYNTHESIS. (#109)
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: PRELÚDIO

Organizer: Pía Paaby Hansen

S41 - RESTORATION OF ECOSYSTEMS IN THE TROPICAL ANDES: LESSONS FROM RESEARCH AND PRACTICE IN HIGHLY HETEROGENEOUS LANDSCAPES
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: SALÃO CANTATA

13h30 - 13h50
S41.01 - SUCCESSIONAL VEGETATION DYNAMICS IN OLD-FIELDS ACROSS THE TROPICAL MOUNTAIN TREELINE: FROM PATTERNS TO MECHANISMS (#13689)
Luis Daniel LLambí – TO BE CONFIRMED


13h50 - 14h10
S41.02 - RESTORATION TRIALS IN THE ANDEAN FORESTS OF THE PICHINCHA PROVINCE, ECUADOR (#12868)
Nina Duarte Silveira


14h10 - 14:30
S41.03 - ASSESSMENT OF ECUADOR´S NATIONAL RESTORATION PROGRAM AREAS IN NORTHWESTERN ECUADOR (#13434)
Andrea Teran


14h30 - 14h50
S41.04 - IDENTIFICATION AND PRIORITIZATION OF FOREST RESTORATION AREAS IN A MOUNTAIN WATERSHED IN THE ECUADORIAN ANDES AT TWO SPATIAL SCALES (#13716)
Manuel Peralvo


14h50 - 13h10
S41.05 - EVALUATION OF PEATLAND RESTORATION PRACTICES AS A MEANS FOR SUSTAINING ALPACA PASTORALISM IN THE PERUVIAN HIGHLANDS (#14084)
Sisimac Duchicela


15h10 - 15h30
S41.06 - THE POTENTIAL CONTRIBUTION OF LOCAL KNOWLEDGE OF WOODY PLANTS TO ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN APURÍMAC, PERU (#12771)
Sarah-Lan Mathez-Stiefel

S42 - BIG IDEAS | BIG PRACTICE - DO BIG IDEAS MATTER IN RESTORATION?
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: VIVACE 1

13h30 - 13h50
S42.01 - THE POWER OF WORDS IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION: ARE WE BUILDING A TOWER OF BABEL? (#12769)
Carolina Murcia – TO BE CONFIRMED


13h50 - 14h10
S42.02 - RESTORATION IN MEXICO: THE CHALLENGE OF INTEGRATING SOCIETY, ECOLOGY, POLITICS AND PRACTICE (#12741)
Eliane Ceccon


14h10 - 14:30
S42.03 - IDEAS OF ANTIQUITY: OLD-GROWTH SAVANNAS AND MISPERCEPTIONS OF TROPICAL FOREST DEGRADATION (#13799)
Joseph Veldman


14h30 - 14h50
S42.04 - FINDING COMMON GROUND: LESSONS LEARNED ABOUT LANGUAGE AND BIG IDEAS ACROSS 45 YEARS OF EARTHWATCH INSTITUTE GLOBAL ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION (#12711)
Cristina Eisenberg


14h50 - 13h10
S42.05 - CLOSING A DOOR AND OPENING A WINDOW: THE COSTS AND BENEFITS OF STANDARDIZATION IN RESTORATION ECOLOGY (#12752)
Nicole M Evans


15h10 - 15h30
DEBATE

S43 - RESTORING WETLANDS FOR THE FUTURE: PRIORITIZING RESILIENCE TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN WETLAND RESTORATION PROJECTS
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: VIVACE 2

13h30 - 13h50
S43.01 - WANDERING WETLANDS: MOVING TARGETS AND RESTORATION OF WETLANDS UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE (#12737)
Richard Hobbs


13h50 - 14h10
S43.02 - MAINTAINING ECOSYSTEM SERVICES IN RESTORED COASTAL WETLANDS EXPERIENCING SEA-LEVEL RISE (#13168)
Julia Cherry


14h10 - 14:30
S43.03 - DOES FIRE PROMOTE UPSLOPE MIGRATION AND RESILIENCY TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN COASTAL WETLANDS ALONG THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO? (#13965)
Loretta L. Battaglia


14h30 - 14h50
S43.04 - RESTORATION OF ESTUARINE FUNCTION TO LAKE ST LUCIA: LESSONS LEARNED, IMPLEMENTATION AND MONITORING FOR THIS HIGHLY SIGNIFICANT ESTUARY WITHIN SOUTH AFRICA’S FIRST WORLD HERITAGE SITE. (#12886)
Nicolette Tracy Forbes


14h50 - 13h10
S43.05 - COMMUNITY BASED ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION OF PEATLAND IN CENTRAL MONGOLIA FOR CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION (#13827)
TATIANA MINAYEVA


15h10 - 15h30
DEBATE

O44 -  COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION: CULTURAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL ASPECTS
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: ADAGIO 1

13h30 - 13h50
O44.01 - NAVIGATING THE SOCIAL IN RESTORATION PROJECTS: CHALLENGES, STRATEGIES AND ETHICAL QUANDARIES (#12902)
Helen Elizabeth Fox


13h50 - 14h10
O44.02 - RESTORING AND REVIVING CULTURAL FORESTS IN SOUTHERN BRAZIL: A BIOCULTURAL APPROACH AT IBIRAMA-LAKLÃNÕ INDIGENOUS TERRITORY (#14064)
Thiago C Gomes


14h10 - 14:30
O44.03 - INTEGRAL ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION: RESTORING THE LINK BETWEEN HUMAN CULTURE AND NATURE (#13729)
Danielle Celentano


14h30 - 14h50
O44.04 - ELIDING NATURE/CULTURE DUALISM: AN ACTANT-NETWORK PERSPECTIVE ON NARRATIVES OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION (#13906)
Eric Allen MacDonald


14h50 - 13h10
O44.05 - ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION AND DEPTH IN THE ANTROPOCENO: A DIALOG UNFINISHED (#12952)
Jeyver Rodrigues Baños

O45 - PLANT INVASIONS: ECOLOGY AND CONTROL
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: ADAGIO 2

13h30 - 13h50
O45.01 - DO RESTORATION PLANTINGS INCREASE THE BIOTIC RESISTANCE AGAINST EXOTIC PLANT INVASIONS? (#12924)
Alexander Vicente Christianini


13h50 - 14h10
O45.02 - FACTORS LIMITING FOREST REGENERATION IN BRACKEN-DOMINATED AREAS IN THE TROPICAL MONTANE FOREST OF BOLIVIA (#13608)
Silvia Cecilia Gallegos Ayala


14h10 - 14:30
O45.03 - SEEDS BANK: COMMON GORSE INVASION (ULEX EUROPAEUS L) IN THICKET BORDERS IN CERROS ORIENTALES OF BOGOTÁ (#13035)
Korina Ocampo Zuleta


14h30 - 14h50
O45.04 - MANAGING LANTANA CAMARA AT A LARGE SCALE IN A DRY DECIDUOUS FOREST ECOSYSTEM: LEARNINGS FROM THE WESTERN GHATS, A GLOBAL BIO-DIVERSITY HOTSPOT IN INDIA (#12840)
Ramesh Venkataraman


14h50 - 13h10
O45.05 - TESTING A MULCH-BASED BLANKET TO AVOID SOIL EROSION, CONTROL THE INVASION OF EXOTIC PLANT SPECIES AND RESTORE DEGRADED SOILS (#12664)
Pablo Bettio Mendes

W46 - LINKING SCIENCE AND PRACTICE TO SAFEGUARD CORAL REEFS IN THE ANTHROPOCENE (#27)
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: ALEGRO 1

Organizer: Michael Hughes

S47 - LET-IT-BE: WHEN IS IT AN EFFECTIVE RESTORATION APPROACH? - SESSION 1
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: ALEGRO 2

13h30 - 13h50
S47.01 - THE IMPORTANCE OF UNDERSTANDING THRESHOLDS TO SPONTANEOUS SUCCESSION (#13962)
Asa L. Aradottir


13h50 - 14h10
S47.02 - SPONTANEOUS ESTABLISHMENT OF WOODLAND IN A VARIETY OF DISTURBED SITES (#12807)
Klara Rehounkova


14h10 - 14:30
S47.03 - CHANGES IN FLORISTIC AND VEGETATION STRUCTURE ALONG A TROPICAL FOREST CHRONOSEQUENCE ON ABANDONED GOLD-MINING LAND (#14096)
Jorge Santiago Garate Quispe


14h30 - 14h50
S47.04 - 300 YEARS OF NATURAL REGENERATION OF MINED AREAS IN RUPESTRIAN GRASSLANDS (#14063)
Cecília Guimarães Loureiro


14h50 - 15h30
DEBATE

O48 - GOVERNANCE AND PUBLIC POLICIES
13h30 - 15h30/ Room: PRESTO

13h30 - 13h50
O48.01 - THE ROLE OF PUBLIC POLICIES IN INFLUENCING FOREST RESTORATION IN LATIN AMERICA (#12764)
Daniela Schweizer


13h50 - 14h10
O48.02 - FOREST LANDSCAPE RESTORATION IN PERU: LESSONS LEARNT FROM THREE DECADES OF PRACTICE (#13875)
Evert Thomas


14h10 - 14:30
O48.03 - NATIONAL PROGRAM FOR THE RECOVERY OF DEGRADED AREAS (PNAD) (#14049)
Sara Ruth Yalle Paredes


14h30 - 14h50
O48.04 - TOWARDS A EUROPEAN ACTION PLAN TO BOOST ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION (#13805)
Kris Decleer


14h50 - 13h10
O48.05 - LINKING SCIENCE AND PRACTICE, THROUGH A FOCUSED THREE-YEAR REFORESTATION RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP, FOR RESTORATION-RELATED KNOWLEDGE GENERATION IN DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA (#13811)
Errol Douwes


15h10 - 15h30
O48.06 - FROM VEGETATION MAPPING TO RESTORATION AND LANDSCAPING WITH NATIVE PLANTS IN KUWAIT (#12584)
Samira Omar Asem

15h30 - 16h00 - COFFEE BREAK

W49 - KNOWLEDGE CAFE: FOREST LANDSCAPE RESTORATION
16h00 - 18h00/ Room: ÁRIA
Organizer: Cara Nelson

Ecological restoration is now a primary tool for both biodiversity conservation and improving human wellbeing, with over three trillion dollars invested annually across the globe. Forest ecosystems are a central focus for many countries that are working to contribute to ambitious restoration targets. To maximize the benefits, the planning, delivery, and monitoring of forest restoration activities must be improved. This “Knowledge Café” will provide an opportunity for conference attendees to share ideas in small groups about key needs for achieving global forest restoration targets, including developing priorities, international restoration standards, and policy and governance mechanisms. Ideas will build upon presentations in symposia sessions on Forest Landscape Restoration during the first two days of the conference. The objective of the “Knowledge Café” is to share perspectives, strengthen the global network of individuals working on forest restoration and advance collaborate efforts to improve the success of forest restoration efforts worldwide.

O50 - RESTORATION IN THE CONTEXT OF AGROECOSYSTEMS/ AGROFORESTRY
16h00 - 18h00/ Room: CANON

16h00 - 16h20
O50.01 - DEVELOPMENT AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS FOR SMALL-SCALE PRODUCERS IN SOUTHERN BRAZIL (#13909)
Julio Thymus


16h20 - 16h40
O50.02 - FOREST COCOA PROJECT: INCOME GENERATION AND FOREST RESTORATION AS ALTERNATIVE TO AMAZON DEFORESTATION IN SOUTH PARÁ STATE IN BRAZIL (#13837)
Rodrigo Mauro Freire


16h40 - 17h00
O50.03 - AGROFORESTRY SYSTEM UNDER DIFFERENT MANAGEMENT CONTRIBUTION TO CARBON SEQUESTRATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL GAINS AFTER GULLY EROSION STABILIZED AREA IN PINDORAMA, BRAZIL (#14037)
Maria Teresa Vilela Nogueira Abdo


17h00 - 17h20
O50.04 - NUCLEATION THEORY INSPIRING THE DESIGN OF HIGH BIODIVERSITY SILVOPASTORAL SYSTEM ON ATLANTIC FOREST BIOME: ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION, FAMILY FARM LIVELIHOOD AND AGROECOLOGY (#13961)
Abdon Luiz Schmitt Filho

W51 - SEEDS FOR LARGE-SCALE RESTORATION: A MATTER OF SEED NETWORKS (#72)
16h00 - 18h00/ Room: MINUETO

Organizer: Danilo Ignacio Urzedo

W52- ROAD ECOLOGY AND ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION; HOW TO MAKE THE LINK? (#45)
16h00 - 18h00/ Room: PRELÚDIO

Organizer: Marcel Huijser

W53 - ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN SUBTROPICAL SOUTH AMERICA (#91)
16h00 - 18h00/ Room: SALÃO CANTATA

Organizer: Ana Paula Rovedder

S54 - BIG IDEAS | BIG PRACTICE - TITLE: BIG PRACTICE: ARE WE ACTION READY?
16h00 - 18h00/ Room: VIVACE 1

16h00 - 16h20
S54.01 - BIG PRACTICE: ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION ON A GLOBAL STAGE (#12994)
Justin Jonson


16h20 - 16h40
S54.02 - BIG PRACTICE: WHO’S GOING TO PAY FOR RESTORATION? (#12722)
Sofia Faruqi


16h40 – 17h00
S54.03 - FOUR RETURNS: A LONG-TERM HOLISTIC FRAMEWORK FOR INTEGRATED LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT AND RESTORATION (#13945)
Willem Ferwerda

17h00 – 17h20
S54.04 - BIG PRACTICE: UPSCALING RESTORATION. THE EXPERIENCE OF SOUTH AFRICAN NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME (#13592)
Christo Marais


17h20 – 17h40
S54.05 - BIG PRACTICE: MULTI-STAKEHOLDER COALITIONS FOR MAKING RESTORATION HAPPEN AT LARGE SCALES WITH SHARED BENEFITS (#13218)
Pedro Brancalion

17h40 - 18h00
DEBATE

S55 - BUSINESS AND LIVELIHOOD SUPPORTING OPPORTUNITIES IN REHABILITATED WATER BASIN (CATCHMENT): THE CASE OF OKHOMBE COMMUNITY IN SOUTH AFRICA
16h00 - 18h00/ Room: VIVACE 2

16h00 - 16h20
S55.01 - WELCOMING AND SYMPOSIUM OBJECTIVES
Stanley Liphadzi

16h20 - 16h40
S55.02 - INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES AND LESSONS ON RESTORATION WITH FOCUS ON SUPPORTING SOCIETY AND BUSINESS (#13888)
Bernardo Baeta Neves Strassburg


16h40 - 17h00
S55.03 - RESTORING KEY ECOSYSTEM PROCESSES TO ENHANCE NATURAL CAPITAL: A CASE FOR LAKE ST LUCIA RESTORATION LINKED TO RURAL LIVELIHOODS (#12908)
Nicolette Tracy Forbes


17h00 - 17h20
S55.04 - DEVELOPING GREEN INNOVATIONS AND TECHNOLOGIES THROUGH COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND CAPACITY BUILDING (#14074)
Terry Everson & Kate Rountree


17h20 - 17h40
S55.05 - A MONITORING AND EVALUATION FRAMEWORK FOR WETLAND RESTORATION IN SOUTH AFRICA, USING AN URBAN WETLAND CASE STUDY (#12805)
Craig Cowden


17h40 - 18h00
DEBATE

O56 - COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION: IMPLEMENTATIO
16h00 - 18h00/ Room: ADAGIO 1

16h00 - 16h20
O56.01 - THE DEVELOPMENT OF A HOLISTIC MEANS TO STABILISE DRYLAND EROSION ASSOCIATED WITH CATTLE PATHS BY TESTING AND INTRODUCING ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING AND CITIZEN SCIENCE WITHIN THE OKHOMBE COMMUNITY, KZN, SOUTH AFRICA (#13761)
Megan Grewcock

16h20 - 16h40
O56.02 - BEYOND DIGGING A HOLE: ENGAGING COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS TO DEVELOP RESTORATION SITE OWNERSHIP (#12373)
Barry Nerrus


16h40 - 17h00
O56.03 - CORRIDORS FOR LIFE: IMPROVING LIVELIHOODS AND CONNECTING FORESTS IN BRAZIL. (#12391)
Laury Cullen


17h00 - 17h20
O56.04 - SOCIOECONOMIC IMPACTS OF RESTORATION: THE CASE OF MUTIRÃO DE REFLORESTAMENTO IN RIO DE JANEIRO (#13614)
Luisa Lemgruber


17h20 - 17h40
O56.05 - RESTORING THA MAURITIA’S PALM SWAMPS: A PARTICIPATORY APPROACH IN THE COLOMBIAN LLANOS (#13881)
Jhon Alexander Infante Betancour

17h40  – 18h00
O56.06 - SURVEYING ENERGY BEHAVIOUR AND NEEDS - THE FIRST PHASE IN DEVELOPING RURAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT OPTIONS (#14073)
Michael Trevor Smith

O57 - FOREST INFLUENCES ON HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
16h00 - 18h00/ Room: ADAGIO 2

16h00 - 16h20
O57.01 - FOREST RESTORATION PLANTINGS AND RAINFALL INTERCEPTION: IMPLICATIONS FOR WATER ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND FOREST MANAGEMENT (#12533)
Fernando Ravanini Gardon


16h20 - 16h40
O57.02 - DO SEASONAL TROPICAL FORESTS ACT AS A SPONGE AND, IF SO, CAN WE RESTORE IT? (#12984)
Jefferson S. Hall


16h40 - 17h00
O57.03 - MODELLING THE SURFACE AND GROUNDWATER INTERACTIONS OF POTENTIAL AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS FOR USE IN FORESTRY REHABILITATION PROGRAMS IN A WATER STRESSED CATCHMENT OF SOUTH AFRICA (#14076)
Bruce Charles Scott-shaw


17h00 - 17h20
O57.04 - REHABILITATION OF ALIEN INVADED RIPARIAN ZONES AND CATCHMENTS USING INDIGENOUS TREES: AN ASSESSMENT OF INDIGENOUS TREE WATER-USE (#14077)
Colin Stuart Everson


17h20 - 17h40
O57.05 - RAINFALL INTERCEPTION BY SECONDARY FORESTS ON ABANDONED PASTURES IN NORTHWESTERN COSTA RICA (#12723)
Luis Pedro Utrera Granados


17h40 - 18h00
O57.06 - RELATION BETWEEN WATER SUPPLY AND RESTORATION IN BURNED PLANTATIONS OF PINUS RADIATA AND EUCALYPTUS GLOBULUS (#13584)
Cecilia Smith Ramirez

W58 - GETTING PUBLISHED IN RESTORATION ECOLOGY: A WORKSHOP FOR STUDENTS AND EARLY CAREER PROFESSIONALS (#16)
16h00 - 18h00/ Room: ALEGRO 1

Organizer: Valter Luís Morgado Amaral

S59 - LET-IT-BE: WHEN IS IT AN EFFECTIVE RESTORATION APPROACH? - SESSION 2
16h00 - 18h00/ Room: ALEGRO 2

16h00 - 16h20
S59.01 - NATURAL REGENERATION OF SECONDARY NEOTROPICAL SAVANNAS IN ABANDONED PASTURES PROTECTED FROM FIRE (#12743)
Mário Guilherme de Biagi Cava


16h20 - 16h40
S59.02 - ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION SUCCESS IS HIGHER FOR NATURAL REGENERATION THAN FOR ACTIVE RESTORATION IN TROPICAL FORESTS (#13030)
Renato Crouzeilles Pereira Rocha


16h40 - 17h00
S59.03 - GEOGRAPHICAL VARIABILITY OF EFFECTIVENESS OF SPONTANEOUS SUCCESSION AS A RESTORATION TOOL (#13497)
Karel Prach


17h00 – 18h00
DEBATE

O60 - RESTORATION PLANNING IN BRAZIL: SETTING PRIORITIES FOR TROPICAL FOREST
16h00 - 18h00/ Room: PRESTO

16h00 - 16h20
O60.01 - RESTORATION OPPORTUNITIES ASSESSMENT IN THE SOUTH PARAIBA WATERSHED, SÃO PAULO STATE, BRAZIL (#13833)
Aurelio Padovezi


16h20 - 16h40
O60.02 - MAPPING PRIORITY AREAS FOR COMPENSATION OF LEGAL RESERVE IN THE STATE OF SÃO PAULO (#13930)
Paulo Guilherme Molin


16h40 - 17h00
O60.03 - LANDSCAPE PARTNERSHIPS – ASSESSING RESTORATION OPPORTUNITIES WITHIN THE SOUTHERN ATLANTIC FOREST LANDSCAPE OF BRAZIL (#13822)
Thaís Nícia Azevedo


17h00 - 17h20
O60.04 - PLANNING FOR CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION UNDER CLIMATE AND LAND USE CHANGE IN THE BRAZILIAN ATLANTIC FOREST (#13779)
Victor Pereira Zwiener


17h20 - 17h40
O60.05 - LANDSCAPE ANALYSIS AND LAND REGISTRY DATA AS A BASIS TO PRIORITIZING RESTORATION OF PRIVATE AREAS ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITIES IN THE BRAZILIAN AMAZON (#12956)
Edenise Garcia

August 31th, 2017 - Thursday

PLENARY SESSION 3
8h00 – 9h30 / Room: Sonata 1+2

8h30 - 9h15
PLENARY LECTURE - AN UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO IMPLEMENT RESTORATION AT LARGE SCALE AND ADDRESS GLOBAL, NATIONAL, AND LOCAL CHALLENGES
Miguel Calmon - WRI Brasil, Diretor de Florestas 

9h15 - 10h00
PLENARY LECTURE - A SOCIOECOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE FOR MULTIPLE SCALES RESTORATION
Brigitte LG Baptiste - Instituto de Investigación de Recursos Biológicos Alexander von Humboldt

10h00 - 10h30 - COFFEE BREAK

S61 - FROM THEORY TO ACTION: IMPLEMENTING NEW INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS FOR THE PRACTICE OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION
10h30 - 12h30 / Room: ÁRIA

10h30 - 10h50
S 061.01 - OPERATIONALIZING SER'S INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS: UTILIZING THE STANDARDS TO ACHIEVE INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE AND BIODIVERSITY TARGETS (#13975)
Bethanie Walder

10h50 - 11h10
S 61.02 - OPTIMIZING INTEGRATED BROADSCALE ENVIRONMENTAL REPAIR USING THE SER STANDARDS’ SPECTRUM OF FULL AND PARTIAL RECOVERY (#13794)
Tein C Mcdonald


11h10 - 11h30
S 61.03 - SER INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS CREATE REGULATORY OPPORTUNITIES FOR BIODIVERSE ECOSYSTEM REPAIR (#13666)
Kingsley Dixon


11h30 - 11h50
S 61.04 - APPLYING THE INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS TO A LARGE-SCALE FOREST REHABILITATION PROGRAM: OPPORTUNITIES TO IMPROVE BIODIVERSITY OUTCOMES IN CHINA’S GRAIN-FOR-GREEN PROGRAM (#14152)
Fangyuan Hua


11h50 - 12h10
S 61.05 - A PROPOSAL TO APPLY THE INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS FOR THE PRACTICE OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN CORAL REEFS IN MEXICO (#13883)
Claudia Padilla Souza – TO BE CONFIRMED


12h10 - 12h30
S 61.06 - INCORPORATING THE STANDARDS INTO THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY’S SHORT-TERM ACTION PLAN ON ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION (#13784)
James G. Hallett

O62 - SPECIES SELECTION TO MAXIMIZE RESTORATION SUCCESS
10h30 - 12h30 / Room: CANON

10h30 - 10h50
O 62.01 - COMPARISON OF PLANT ASSOCIATIONS ON DIFFERENT SOIL TYPES IN THE AREA OF INFLUENCE OF THE ITAIPU, FOR RECOGNITION OF APPROPRIATE SPECIES FOR ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION (#12376)
Victor Roberti Vera Monge


10h50 - 11h10
O 62.02 - PROPOSAL OF A METHOD TO VALIDATE THE PERFORMANCE OF NATIVE RIPARIAN FORESTS ADDING OF THE ECOLOGICAL POTENTIAL AND THEIR USES FOR ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION (#14053)
Lidiamar Barbosa de Albuquerque


11h10 - 11h30
O 62.03 - A FUNCTIONAL TRAIT ANALYSIS FOR DROUGHT AND FIRE PRESSURES FOR TREE SPECIES SELECTION FOR RESTORATION IN A TROPICAL DRY FOREST OF COSTA RICA. (#13081)
Roberto Antonio Cordero Solórzano


11h30 - 11h50
O 62.04 - ECOLOGICAL AND ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION USING THE NATIVE GRASS VARIETY IN CHINA (#12844)
Gongshe Liu


11h50 - 12h10
O 62.05 - THE USE OF VEGETATION CLASSIFICATION ANALYSIS AND INDICATOR SPECIES ANALYSIS FOR RESTORATION GOALS PLANNING OF PÁRAMO AND HIGH ANDEAN FOREST IN CIUDAD BOLÍVAR (BOGOTÁ-COLOMBIA) (#12963)
Diego Mauricio Cabrera Amaya


12h10 - 12h30
O 62.06 - BOTANISING VS RESTORATION: ONE IS HOT AND ONE IS NOT BUT WE NEED THEM BOTH (#13027)
Kirsty Shaw

S63 - INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOSTERED BY THE BRAZILIAN FOREST SERVICE (SFB) TO SUPPORT INITIATIVES FOR RESTORATION OF RURAL DEGRADED AREAS IN BRAZIL. - SUBSECTION 1
10h30 - 12h30 / Room: MINUETO

10h30 - 10h50
S 63.01 - BRAZILIAN FOREST LAW AND FEDERATIVE DIALOGUE FOR IMPLEMENTATION BETWEEN BRAZILIAN FOREST SERVICE AND STATES GOVERNMENT (#14137)
Raimundo Deusdará Filho

10h50 - 11h10
S 63.02 - GOVERNMENTAL PROMOTION OF FORESTRY – THE CHALLENGES. BRAZILIAN FOREST SERVICE CONTRIBUITIONS TO THE STRATEGY TO ENVIRONMENTAL REGULARIZATION OF RURAL PROPERTIES WITH ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION (#14162)
Carlos Eduardo Portella Sturm

11h10 - 11h30
S 63.03 - THE ENVIRONMENTAL RURAL REGISTRY AND THE MAPPING OF AREAS TO BE RESTORED IN RURAL PROPERTIES IN BRAZIL (#14138)
Pedro De Almeida Salles

11h30 - 11h50
S 63.04 - NATIONAL FUND FOR FORESTRY DEVELOPMENT: OPERATIONAL MODEL AND PARTNERSHIP FRAMEWORK TO FOSTER FORESTRY PUBLIC CALLS (#14133)
Lara de Lacerda Ribeiro Souto

11h50 - 12h10
S 63.05 - FUNDING THE RESTORATION OF PERMANENT PRESERVATION AREAS FOR WATER PRODUCTION – A CALL FOR PROPOSALS BY BRAZIL’S NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL FUND (#14118)
Miriam Jean Miller

12h10 - 12h30
DEBATE

W64 - BEYOND TIMBER: DRIVING RESTORATION THROUGH THE NON-TIMBER FOREST PRODUCTS (NTFP) MARKET (#80)
10h30 - 12h30 / Room: PRELÚDIO

Organizer: Sofia Faruqi

W65 - CONNECTING LA: HOW NATIONAL NETWORKS ARE HELPING TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN LATINAMERICAN COUNTRIES. (#25)
10h30 - 12h30/ Room: SALÃO CANTATA

Organizer: Mauricio Aguilar

S66 - FRAMEWORKS AND GAPS: CROSS-REFERENCING THE POLICY, PURPOSE, STANDARDS, ECOLOGICAL THEORY AND PRACTICAL RESEARCH NEEDS FOR EFFECTIVE RESTORATION.
10h30 - 12h30/ Room: VIVACE 1

10h30 - 10h50
S 66.01 - EXAMINING THE STANDARDS FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF POLICY, PROCESS AND THE MULTIPLE PURPOSES OF RESTORATION (#12810)
Susan Baker


10h50 - 11h10
S 66.02 - THE PRACTICAL SCIENCE NEEDED FOR SUCCESSFUL RESTORATION (#13458)
Vicky Temperton


11h10 - 11h30
S 66.03 - THE STRUCTURE OF RESTORATION ECOLOGY: SCIENCE, POLICY, STANDARDS AND PRACTICE (#13802)
Ben Miller


11h30 - 11h50
S 66.04 - IDENTIFYING AND COMMUNICATING THE PRACTICAL SCIENCE NEEDED TO MEET THE CHALLENGE OF DELIVERING BIODIVERSE RESTORATION – A CASE STUDY OF RESTORATION SCIENCE WITHIN A MINING CONTEXT (#14372)
Jason Stevens


11h50 - 12h30
DEBATE

S67 - IS ASSISTED MIGRATION APPROPRIATE FOR RESTORATION OF BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION?
10h30 - 12h30 / Room: VIVACE 2

10h30 - 10h50
S 67.01 - LONG TERM EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE OF BENEFITS AND RISKS OF ASSISTED MIGRATION IN RESTORATION ECOLOGY (#12614)
Stephen D. Murphy


10h50 - 11h10
S 67.02 - THE SEA COMES MARCHING IN: ASSISTED PLANT MIGRATION THROUGH THE MICROBIAL COMMUNITY LANDSCAPE (#14091)
Pamela Weisenhorn


11h10 - 11h30
S 67.03 - FROM SPECIES REINTRODUCTIONS TO ASSISTED MIGRATION: A CONTINUUM OF CONSERVATION STRATEGIES (#13044)
Pati Vitt


11h30 - 11h50
S 67.04 - ASSISTED MIGRATION IN RESTORATION AND CONSERVATION OF COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS (#14185)
Loretta L. Battaglia


11h50 -  12h30
DEBATE

O68 - WATER-RELATED ECOSYSTEM SERVICES: POLICY AND PLANNING
10h30 - 12h30 / Room: ADAGIO 1

10h30 - 10h50
O 68.01 - VEGETATION ASSOCIATION TO GROUNDWATER DEPTH AND PERSPECTIVES FOR RESTORATION OF SHALLOW AQUIFERS IN THE GREAT BASIN, USA (#12949)
Ricardo Mata-Gonzalez


10h50 - 11h10
O 68.02 - THE USE OF SPATIAL PREDICTIONS ON ECOSYSTEM SERVICES IN THE PLANNING OF SUSTAINABLE USE OF PEATLANDS (#13602)
Anne Tolvanen


11h10 - 11h30
O 68.03 - ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE OF THE MATANZA-RIACHUELO WATERSHED DURING 1536-2016: IMPLICATIONS FOR RESTORATION OF HYDROLOGICAL FUNCTIONS IN A MEGA-CITY (BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA) (#13892)
Marina Alejandra Lema


11h30 - 11h50
O 68.04 - NATURAL INFRASTRUCTURE FOR WATER IN BRAZIL: HOW RESTORATION CAN IMPROVE WATER QUALITY (#13757)
Aurelio Padovezi


11h50 - 12h10
O 68.05 - OGONI CLEAN-UP AND THE SCIENCE OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION: THE MISSING LINKS (#13063)
Daniel Lawrence Effiong


12h10 - 12h30
O 68.06 - MONITORING AND MODELING OF HYDROLOGY, GEOLOGY, AND SEDIMENT AND ORGANIC MATTER TRANSPORT TO SUPPORT ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN SEMIARID ECOSYSTEMS (#14080)
James Briggs Callegary

O69 - RESTORING HABITATS & CONNECTIVITY FOR WILDLIFE
10h30 - 12h30 / Room: ADAGIO 2

10h30 - 10h50
O 69.01 - RESTORING DEGRADED BUFFER FORESTS ADJACENT TO A PROTECTED NATIONAL PARK TO PROVIDE SUPPLEMENTARY HABITATS FOR WILDLIFE: EXPERIENCES IN REWILDING FROM A MAJOR TIGER RESERVE IN INDIA (#12813)
Hanumanth Coimbatore Ravindranath


10h50 - 11h10
O 69.02 - IDENTIFICATION OF KEY PLANTS FOR THE RESTORATION OF DEGRADED NEOTROPICAL HABITATS BASED ON NETWORK ANALYSIS OF PLANT–FRUGIVORE INTERACTIONS (#13071)
Sandra Bos Mikich


11h10 - 11h30
O 69.03 - EVIDENCES FOR CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION OF THE NESTING HABITAT OF THE HAWKSBILL MARINE TURTLE (ERETMOCHELYS IMBRICATA): CAMPECHE, MÉXICO (#14003)
Enrique Nuñez Lara


11h30 - 11h50
O 69.04 - IMPROVING WILDLIFE CORRIDOR DESIGNS TO MITIGATE THE IMPACTS OF HABITAT FRAGMENTATION ON SMALL MAMMALS IN PENINSULAR MALAYSIA (#12976)
Tabitha Cheng Yee Hui

S70 - SECOND ACT:  THE VITAL ROLE OF TROPICAL FOREST GARDEN SUCCESSION
10h30 - 12h30/ Room: ALEGRO 1

10h30 - 10h50
S 70.01 - LAND USE, DOMINANT PLANTS, AND THE MILPA CYCLE OF THE MAYA FOREST (#12852)
Anabel Ford


10h50 - 11h10
S 70.02 - ARCHAEOLOGICAL SHAPING OF THE TROPICAL FOREST: PARKS FROM COLOMBIA, ECUADOR AND PERU (#12803)
Augusto Oyuela-Caycedo – TO BE CONFIRMED


11h10 - 11h30
S 70.03 - THE MILPA BIOME: HUMAN MANAGEMENT OF ABOVE AND BELOW GROUND PROCESSES IN FOREST GARDEN SUCCESSION (#12823)
Ronald B Nigh


11h30 - 11h50
S 70.04 - SECONDARY FOREST MANAGEMENT IN CALAKMUL, CAMPECHE, MEXICO, AN EXAMPLE OF MAYA FOREST GARDEN CONCEPTION (#13070)
Jorge Mendoza Veja


11h50 - 12h10
S 70.05 - ARE OLIGARCHIC AMAZONIAN FORESTS THE RESULT OF PRE-COLUMBIAN UNNATURAL SELECTION? (#12985)
David G. Campbell


12h10 - 12h30
DEBATE

S71 - RESTORING SOIL MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES
10h30 - 12h30/ Room: ALEGRO 2

10h30 - 10h50
S 71.01 - SOIL MICROBIAL RESTORATION THROUGH REFORESTATION IN THE HUMID TROPICS (#12972)
Mark Bonner


10h50 - 11h10
S 71.02 - FUNGUS BIODIVERSITY, AN IMPORTANT SOIL METRIC FOR SUCCESSFUL RESTORATION USING NATIVE SAPLINGS (#12657)
Pedro M. Pedro

11h10 - 11h30
S 71.03 - THE EFFECT OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION ON THE STRUCTURE OF SOIL MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES IN COASTAL WETLANDS (#12944)
Jason Andras

11h30 - 12h30
DEBATE

O72 - ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION & CONSERVATION IN PRODUCTIVE SYSTEMS
10h30 - 12h30/ Room: PRESTO

10h30 - 10h50
O 72.01 - ARE WILD INSECT POLLINATORS FROM FOREST HABITATS IMPORTANT TO LYCHEE FRUIT PRODUCTION IN NORTHERN THAILAND? (#12987)
Khwankhao Sinhaseni


10h50 - 11h10
O 72.02 - INTERNATIONAL POLICY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND LEGAL FRAMEWORK OF PASTURELAND MANAGEMENT IN THE MONGOLIA (#13254)
Suvd Manibadar


11h10 - 11h30
O 72.03 - RELEVANCE OF THE ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN THE ESTEPA COMARCA´S OLIVE GROVES (SPAIN) BASED ON THE AGRICULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY OF MEDITERRANEAN SYSTEMS (#12917)
Antonio Alberto Rodríguez Sousa


11h30 - 11h50
O 72.04 - POTENTIAL OF UNCULTIVATED FIELD-MARGINS IN RESTORING AGRO-ECOSYSTEMS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN: CONSIDERING SEASONAL DYNAMICS AND MANAGEMENT (#13125)
Hila Segre


11h50 - 12h10
O 72.05 - TWENTY-SEVEN YEARS OF SOURCE-IDENTIFIED SEED DEVELOPMENT, PRODUCTION, AND TALLGRASS PRAIRIE RESTORATION IN IOWA’S ROADSIDES AND AGRICULTURAL LANDS (#13126)
Gregory A Houseal – TO BE CONFIRMED


12h10 - 12h30
O 72.06 - RESTORING OVERGRAZED CHACO FOREST: DO SOIL CHEMICAL PROPERTIES CHANGE AFTER DIFFERENT YEARS OF DOMESTIC LIVESTOCK EXCLUSION? (#12945)
María Fernanda Martínez Gálvez

12h30 - 14h00 - LUNCH BREAK

S73 - SEED-BASED RESTORATION: INNOVATIONS, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES  -  GETTING SEEDS (PART 1/2)
14h00 - 16h00 / Room: ÁRIA

14h00 - 14h20
S 73.01 - CAN WE MEET THE SEED CHALLENGE IN GLOBAL RESTORATION? (#12980)
Kingsley Dixon


14h20 - 14h40
S 73.02 - PRIORITIZING SEED NEEDS AND SEED TRANSFER IN THE WESTERN UNITED STATES, A COOPERATIVE EFFORT (#13776)
Francis Fatah Kilkenny


14h40 - 15h00
S 73.03 - SELECTING SPECIES AND SEEDS FOR FOREST RESTORATION IN TROPICAL RURAL LANDSCAPES (#12728)
Paula Meli


15h00 - 15h20
S 73.04 - SEED SOURCING: HOW TO MAKE THE BEST DECISIONS ABOUT WHAT SEED PROVENANCES TO COLLECT AND WHERE TO USE THEM IN RESTORATION (#13047)
Kayri Havens-Young


15h20 - 15h40
S 73.05 - COLLECTING WILDLAND SEED: SELECTING SEED SOURCES AND INSURING GENETIC DIVERSITY (#13512)
Berta Youtie


15h40 - 16h00
S 73.06 - FROM THE FLOWER TO THE FIELD: GLOBAL EXAMPLES OF BEST-PRACTICES FOR COLLECTING SEEDS FROM THE WILD FOR USE IN RESTORATION (#13777)
Kingsley Dixon

O74 - PLANT SPECIES AND POPULATIONS AS RESTORATION TARGETS
14h00 - 16h00 / Room: CANON

14h00 - 14h20
O 74.01 - RESTORATION POTENTIAL OF QUERCUS HUMBOLDTII FORESTS IN NATURAL RESERVES OF THE EASTERN RANGE COLOMBIAN ANDES (#12911)
Monica Marina Diaz Paez


14h20 - 14h40
O 74.02 - SPATIAL STRUCTURE OF LITSEA GLAUCESCENS: INFORMATION TO RESTORE ITS POPULATIONS IN OAXACA, MEXICO (#14088)
Greorio Angeles-Perez


14h40 - 15h00
O 74.03 - ECOLOGICAL NICHE OF AN ENDANGERED PIONEER SPECIES, WHAT CAN WE LEARN TO RESTORE ITS POPULATION? EXPERIMENTS WITH THE DWARF BULRUSH (TYPHA MINIMA HOPPE) (#13932)
Renaud Jaunatre


15h00 - 15h20
O 74.04 - THE EFFECT OF PRESCRIBED BURNING, INITIAL WATERING AND GRAZING ON THE RESTORATION OF MEDITERRANEAN BRACHYPODIUM RETUSUM POPULATIONS (#12829)
Armin Bischoff


15h20 - 15h40
O 74.05 - EFFECT OF COVERAGE AND SOIL WATER STORAGE CAPACITY ON PERFORMANCE AND GROWTH OF NOTHOFAGUS ALESSANDRII (RUIL) PLANTS ON WATER DEFICIT CONDITIONS. (#14033)
Eduardo Javier Cartes Rodríguez


15h40 - 16h00
O 74.06 - INSIGHTS INTO LANDSCAPE GENETIC STRUCTURE OF THREE SHORT RANGE ROCK OUTCROP ENDEMIC PLANT SPECIES USING RESISTANCE SURFACES (#12880)
Paul Nevill

S75 - INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOSTERED BY THE BRAZILIAN FOREST SERVICE (SFB) TO SUPPORT INITIATIVES FOR RESTORATION OF RURAL DEGRADED AREAS IN BRAZIL. - SUBSECTION 2
14h00 - 16h00 / Room: MINUETO

14h00 - 14h20
S 75.01 - FROM ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITIES TO FOREST RESTORATION (#13442)
Fabio Fernandes Correa

14h20 - 14h40
S 75.02 - THE ARBORETUM PROGRAM : A MODEL FOR BALANCING SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND BIODIVERSITY OBJECTIVES (#14038)
Natalia Coelho Barbosa Albuquerque

14h40 - 15h00
S 75.03 - ‘RIGHT’ SPECIES IN THE ‘RIGHT’ PLACES: WHAT SHOULD WE KNOW ABOUT THE SPECIES WE USE IN RESTORATION PLANTINGS? (#13929)
Daniel Piotto

15h00 - 15h20
S75.04 - THE CONTRIBUTION OF SICAR TO THE MONITORING OF NATIVE VEGETATION COVER IN THE ATLANTIC FOREST BIOME - THE EXPERIENCE OF THE SOS MATA ATLÂNTICA INSTITUTION
Marcia Hirota

14h50 – 15h10
S 75.05 - HOW TO INTEGRATE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE FORESTRY INVESTMENT IN BRAZIL (#14347)
Janaina de Almeida Rocha

15h40 - 16h00
DEBATE

W76 - GLOBAL CHALLENGES IN RESTORATION OF VULNERABLE CARBON STORING ECOSYSTEMS (#108)
14h00 - 16h00 / Room: PRELÚDIO

Organizer: Tom Kirschey         

S77 - IMPORTANCE OF THE SPATIAL ANALYST IN THE RESTORATION ECOLOGY. A PRIMARY TOOL TO DESIGN, PLANNING AND MONITORING
14h00 - 16h00 / Room: SALÃO CANTATA
Organizer: Paola Isaacs Cubides

14h00 - 14h20
S77.01 - FROM GLOBAL TARGETS TO LOCAL REALITIES THROUGH SPATIAL DATA ANALYSIS OF FOREST LANDSCAPE RESTORATION OPPORTUNITIES (#14150)
Craig Richard Beatty

14h20 - 14h40
S77.02 - USING LANDSCAPE ANALYSIS AS A PARTICIPATORY TOOL IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION ACTIVITIES: THE CASE OF SIGWEB SYSTEM OF ATLANTIC FOREST RESTORATION PACT (#13814)
Severino Ribeiro Pinto

14h40 - 15h00
S77.03 - THE IMPORTANCE OF THE RESTORATION FOR THE PROVISION OF ECOSYSTEM SERVICES IN THE REGIONAL LANDSCAPE, WITH EMPHASIS ON THE DIVERSITY OF PLANTS (#13658)
Rodrigues RR

15h00 - 15h20
S77.04 - SPATIALLY-EXPLICIT OPTIMIZATION OF ECONOMIC INCENTIVES FOR LANDSCAPE RESTORATION (#13475)
Rene Zamora Cristales

S78 - RESTORATION ECONOMY I
14h00 - 16h00 / Room: VIVACE 1
Organizer: Rubens Benini e Aurélio Padovezi

14h00 - 14h20
S 78.01 - COSTS OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN BRAZIL (#13936)
Rubens de Miranda Benini


14h20 - 14h40
S 78.02 - HOW LARGE-SCALE REFORESTATION WITH NATIVE SPECIES CAN HELP COUNTRIES ACHIEVE THEIR NDC TARGETS AND ESTABLISH A NEW FOREST ECONOMY: PRELIMINARY FINDINGS OF THE VERENA PROJECT IN BRAZIL (#13661)
Alan Ferreira Batista – TO BE CONFIRMED


14h40 - 15h00
S 78.03 - COMMERCIAL PATHWAYS TO FOREST CARBON SEQUESTRATION (#13753)
Guy Lomax


15h00 - 15h20
S 78.04 - THE IMPORTANCE OF AN R&D PLATFORM TO THE SUCCESS OF A NEW FOREST ECONOMY AND BRAZIL´S NDC TARGET BASED ON SILVICULTURE WITH NATIVE SPECIES (#13597)
Miguel Antonio de Goes Calmon


15h20 - 15h40
S 78.05 - ESTIMATING THE SIZE AND ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE US ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION INDUSTRY (#13547)
Todd BenDor


15h40 - 16h00
S 78.06 - DEVELOPING COSTS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION PROJECTS: CONSTRUCTION, PLANTING, AND MAINTENANCE (#13098)
Julie Marcus

S79 - MAKING THE MOST OF BIRDS AND MAMMALS IN RESTORATION
14h00 - 16h00 / Room: VIVACE 2

14h00 - 14h20
O 79.01 - WHAT WE KNOW AND DON'T KNOW ABOUT THE ROLE OF BIRDS IN FOREST RESTORATION (#13812)
Catherine Lindell


14h20 - 14h40
O 79.02 - MULTIPLE ROLES OF BIRDS AND MAMMALS AS DRIVERS OF RAINFOREST RESTORATION TRAJECTORIES (#12962)
Carla Gwenyth Perdita Catterall


14h40 - 15h00
O 79.03 - THE USE OF ESSENTIAL OILS TO ATTRACT FRUIT-EATING BATS AND IMPROVE FOREST RESTORATION (#13068)
Sandra Bos Mikich


15h00 - 15h20
O 79.04 - INDUCING ECOSYSTEM SERVICES THROUGH BIRDS AND MAMMALS IN RESTORATION (#12818)
Wesley Rodrigues Silva


15h20 - 15h40
O 79.05 - MODELING BRIDGES THE GAP BETWEEN BASIC AND APPLIED RESEARCH ON SEED DISPERSAL: MAMMALS, FRUITS, AND OLDFIELDS IN MEDITERRANEAN SPAIN (#13502)
Jose M. Fedriani - TO BE CONFIRMED


15h40 - 16h00
DEBATE

O80 -  WATER-RELATED ECOSYSTEM SERVICES: ECONOMICAL ASPECTS
14h00 - 16h00 / Room: ADAGIO 1

14h00 - 14h20
O 80.01 - ECONOMIC VALUATION OF RIVER RESTORATION: AN ANALYSIS OF THE VALUATION LITERATURE AND ITS USES IN DECISION-MAKING (#12368)
John Loomis


14h20 - 14h40
O 80.02 - UNBIASED EVALUATION OF THE ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND ITS ROLE IN GREENING VILLAGE ECONOMY (#12819)
Bonani Madikizela


14h40 - 15h00
O 80.03 - THE COSTS AND BENEFIT OF REHABILITATION OF URBAN ECOSYSTEMS USING EVIDENCE-BASED APPROACH (#12981)
Stanley LIPHADZI


15h00 - 15h20
O 80.04 - PAYMENT FOR ECOSYSTEMS SERVICES IN CAMBORIU RIVER WATERSHED AS AN INCENTIVE TOOL FOR WATERSHED RESTORATION (#13986)
Andre Targa Cavassani


15h20 - 15h40
O 80.05 - WETLAND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AFTER BEAVER REINTRODUCTION - BIODIVERSITY FACILITATOR/CONFLICT GENERATOR (#13922)
Alexandru Gridan


15h40 - 16h00
O 80.06 - THE ECONOMICS OF ECOSYSTEMS & BIODIVERSITY (TEEB) IN THE RIO DO PARAIBA DO SUL BASIN (SP) (#13680)
Agnieszka Latawiec

O81 - REMOTE SENSING: APPLICATION IN RESTORATION PLANNING AND MONITORING
14h00 - 16h00 / Room: ADAGIO 2

14h00 - 14h20
O 81.01 - THE EPHEMERALITY OF REGENERATING FORESTS IN SOUTHERN COSTA RICA (#12773)
J. Leighton Reid


14h20 - 14h40
O 81.02 - REMOTE SENSING OF DEGRADED TROPICAL FOREST TRAJECTORIES IN THE BRAZILIAN AMAZON: NEW INSIGHTS FOR LANDSCAPE RESTORATION (#13079)
Bourgoin Clement


14h40 - 15h00
O 81.03 - USE OF REMOTE SENSING TO MONITOR NATIVE VEGETATION RESTORATION PROJECTS (#13949)
Vanessa Jó Girão


15h00 - 15h20
O 81.04 - ZONING OF THE MATO GROSSO STATE NATURAL REGENERATION POTENTIAL (#13848)
Karine Machado Costa


15h20 - 15h40
O 81.05 - HABITAT AVAILABILITY IMPROVEMENT FROM NATURAL REGENERATION AND SPATIALLY PLANNED RESTORATION (#14050)
Leandro Reverberi Tambosi

S82 -  INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES AND RESTORATION ECOLOGY: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF INVADERS, IMPACTS OF REMOVAL, INTERACTIONS WITH NATIVE COMMUNITIES AND INSIGHTS FOR THE FUTURE"
14h00 - 16h00 / Room: ALEGRO 1

14h00 - 14h20
S 82.01 - GOVERNMENTAL PROCEDURES AND THE STATE OF ART ABOUT INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES IN BRAZIL (#13886)
Alexandre Bonesso Sampaio


014h20 - 14h40
S 82.02 - STATE AND TRANSITION MODELS: SCIENCE GIVING SUPPORT TO MANAGEMENT DECISIONS IN PINE INVASION OVER CERRADO GRASSLANDS (#13213)
Rodolfo Cesar Real de Abreu


14h40 - 15h00
S 82.03 - REMOVAL OF INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES AND EFFECTS OVER MAMMAL COMMUNITIES (#13878)
Ciro José Ribeiro de Moura


15h00 - 15h20
S 82.04 - GUNNERA TINCTORIA INVASIONS IN IRELAND: IMPACTS ON GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS AND SOIL CARBON AND NITROGEN AND THE EFFECTS OF REMOVAL (#13526)
Mauricio Cruz Mantoani


2h50 -  3h10
S 82.05 - THE IMPACTS OF INVASIVE SPECIES MANAGEMENT ON ECOLOGICAL RESILIENCE IN A SENSITIVE COMMUNITY (#13153)
Nancy Shackelford


3h10 -  3h30
DEBATE

W83 - KNOWLEDGE CAFE: IMPLEMENTING NEW INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS FOR THE PRACTICE OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION
14h00 - 16h00 / Room: ALEGRO 2
Organizer: Bethanie Walder

Launched in 2016, SER’s International Standards for the Practice of Ecological Restoration provide a global benchmark for assessing progress in restoring damaged habitats, including improving biodiversity while meeting international targets under programs like the Bonn Challenge. This Knowledge Café will create a space for facilitated small-group discussion around the ideas and issues raised in the symposium “From Theory to Action: Implementing new international standards for the practice of ecological restoration”. We will discuss such topics as: identifying appropriate reference ecosystems including for sites undergoing rapid or irreversible change; setting effective restoration goals and aiming for an appropriate level of recovery at a given site; building a framework for evaluating the social-economic attributes of an ecosystem or project site; and developing biome- or ecosystem-

O84 - USING FAUNA AS INDICATORS IN RESTORATION ECOLOGY
14h00 - 16h00 / Room: PRESTO

14h00 - 14h20
O 84.01 - ASSESSING CHANGE IN ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION: COMPOSITION OF TERRESTRIAL VERTEBRATES AND VEGETATION AS INDICATORS (#13895)
Margaret A. OConnell


14h20 - 14h40
O 84.02 - RESTORE IT AND THEY WILL COME: TRAP-NESTING BEES AND WASPS COMMUNITIES ARE INFLUENCED BY RESTORATION OF RIPARIAN FORESTS. (#12933)
Yasmine Antonini Itabaiana


14h40 - 15h00
O 84.03 - FAUNA FUNCTIONAL GROUPS USED TO EVALUATE THE SUCCESSIONAL PATHWAYS IN A SEMIDECIDUOUS SEASONAL FOREST IN RESTORATION PROCESS (#13925)
Marcelo Ducatti


15h00 - 15h20
O 84.04 - LITTER ARTHROPOD FAUNA AS PARAMETER TO EVALUATE ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN THE BRAZILIAN OMBROPHILOUS DENSE SUBMONTANA FOREST. (#12899)
Marcelo Diniz Vitorino


15h20 - 15h40
O 84.05 - JUVENILE FISHES AS FUNCTIONAL DESCRIBERS OF ECOLOGICAL REHABILITATION IN A GRAVEL BED RIVER (#12828)
De Vocht Alain

16h00 - 16h30 - COFFEE BREAK

S85 - SEED-BASED RESTORATION: INNOVATIONS, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES -  GETTING SEEDS (PART 2/2) AND USING SEEDS (PART 1/2)
16h30 - 18h30/ Room: ÁRIA

16h30 - 16h50
S 85.01 - ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION HURDLES TO USE RARELY CULTIVATED PLANTS; DEVELOPING RELIABLE SEED PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGy (#13483)
Clinton Cleon Shock


16h50 - 17h10
S 85.02 - ADDRESSING GLOBAL SEED CHALLENGES IN SEEDLING NURSERIES (#13342)
Anthony S Davis

17h10 - 17h30
S 85.03 - FROM DORMANCY TO ESTABLISHMENT: ADDRESSING KEY BOTTLENECKS TO PLANT RECRUITMENT IN A RESTORATION CONTEXT (#12802)
Olga A. Kildisheva

17h30 - 17h50
S 85.04 - SEED ENHANCEMENT FOR ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION (#12758)
Simone Pedrini

17h50 - 18h10
S 85.05 - Producer’s Perspective on Native Grass and Forb Seed Production (#16147)
Nancy Shaw

18h10 - 18h30
DEBATE

O86 -  CARBON SEQUESTRATION IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION
16h30 - 18h30/ Room: CANON

16h30 - 16h50
O 86.01 - ECOSYSTEM CARBON SEQUESTRATION THROUGH RESTORATION OF DEGRADED LANDS IN NORTH EASTERN INDIA (#12371)
Biplab Brahma


16h50 - 17h10
O 86.02 - COMPARISON ECOSYSTEM CARBON STOCK AND SOIL CARBON SOURCE BETWEEN TWO RESTORED MANGROVES WITH DIFFERENT SPECIES (#13521)
Guangcheng Chen


17h10 - 17h30
O 86.03 - MONITORING SOIL CARBON SEQUESTRATION IN LAND RECLAMATION AND ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION (#13132)
Johann Thorsson


17h30 - 17h50
O 86.04 - CARBON FIXATION IN THE BIOMASS OF THE PROTECTION STRIP OF ITAIPU RESERVOIR IN BRAZIL (#13621)
Anderson Braga Mendes


17h50 - 18h10
O 86.05 - VEGETATION SUCCESSION TRAJECTORIES IN REVEGETATION AREAS IN ICELAND WERE INFLUENCED DIFFERENTLY DEPENDING ON REVEGETATION METHODS (#13817)
Kristín Svavarsdóttir


18h10 - 18h30
O 86.06 - THE ROLE OF RIPARIAN ZONE RESTORATION IN ACHIEVING BRAZIL'S GREENHOUSE GAS COMMITMENTS (#13235)
Iuri Tavares Amazonas

S87 - INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOSTERED BY THE BRAZILIAN FOREST SERVICE (SFB) TO SUPPORT INITIATIVES FOR RESTORATION OF RURAL DEGRADED AREAS IN BRAZIL. - SUBSECTION 3
16h30 - 18h30/ Room: MINUETO

16h30 - 16h50
S87.01 - PROJECTS AND INITIATIVES TO PROMOTE FOREST RESTORATION SUPPORTED BY THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT FUND IN BRAZIL: TIMELINE AND LESSONS LEARNED.
Miriam Miller

16h50 - 17h10
S 87.02 - THE ENVIRONMENTAL REGULARIZATION PROGRAM OF THE STATE OF ACRE AND FOREST LANDSCAPE RESTORATION (#14134)
João Paulo Santos Mastrangelo

17h10 - 17h30
S 87.03 - CHALLENGES TO RESTORATION AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL REGULARIZATION PROGRAM (PRA) IN BAHIA STATE, BRAZIL (#14124)
Murilo Figueiredo

17h30 - 17h50
S 87.04 - METHODOLOGIES OF RESTORATION AND MONITORING ENVIRONMENTAL REGULARIZATION PROGRAMMES IN THE STATES OF BRAZIL (#14116)
Rodrigues RR

17h20 – 17h40
S 87.05 - WEBAMBIENTE- A VIRTUAL PLATFORM WITH NATIVE SPECIES, RESTORATION STRATEGIES AND FIELD EXPERIENCES AS A TOOL TO SUPPORT THE ENVIRONMENTAL REGULARIZATION PROGRAM IN DIFFERENT BRAZILIAN BIOMES (#14135)
José Felipe Ribeiro

17h40 – 18h00
DEBATE

S88 - INTEGRATED APPROACHES TO MONITORING AND EVALUATING THE RESTORATION OF FRAGILE LANDSCAPES IN THE CHANGING WORLD
16h30 - 18h30/ Room: PRELÚDIO

16h30 - 16h50
S 88.01 - VEGETATION REGENERATION AND SUCCESSION DURING ALPINE MEADOW DEGRADATION AND RESTORATION ON TIBETAN PLATEAU (#13727)
Zhanhuan Shang
– TO BE CONFIRMED

16h50 - 17h10
S 88.02 - A NETWORK-BASED APPROACH TO ASSESS RESTORATION OF DEGRADED MARSH WETLANDS ON QINGHAI-TIBETAN PLATEAU, CHINA (#13721)
Xufeng Mao
– TO BE CONFIRMED

17h10 - 17h30
S 88.03 - STUDY ON ALPINE GRASSLAND GRAZING ECOSYSTEM BASED ON EQUILIBRIUM OF PLANTS AND LIVESTOCK -THEORY AND PRACTICE (#13725)
Quanmin Dong 
– TO BE CONFIRMED

17h30 - 17h50
S 88.04 - STUDY ON THRESHOLD OF VEGETATION COVERAGE TO MAINTAIN SAND-FIXING FUNCTION OF HULUNBEIER STEPPE (#13722)
Shihai LV
– TO BE CONFIRMED

17h50 - 18h10
S 88.05 - EFFECTS OF CLIMATE WARMING AND NITROGEN DEPOSITION ON SOIL CARBON COMPOSITION IN ALPINE GRASSLANDS OF THE QINGHAI-TIBETAN PLATEAU (#13718)
Zhenzhen Zhao


18h10 - 18h30
S 88.06 - REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPTIMIZATION STRATEGY FOR ECOLOGICAL SUSTAINABILITY – A CASE STUDY IN THE SOUTHWEST CHINA (#13157)
Shiliang Liu

S89 - BIOLOGICAL TOOLS IN SOIL RESTORATION
16h30 - 18h30/ Room: SALÃO CANTATA

16h30 - 16h50
S 89.01 - FAILING GRACEFULLY: A RESTORATION APPROACH FOR THE STABILIZATION OF STEEP SLOPES IN THE COLOMBIAN ANDES (#13708)
Zoraida Calle


16h50 - 17h10
S 89.02 - NEW COLLEMBOLA-SPECIFIC PRIMERS AND THEIR APPLICABILITY IN ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING USING DNA METABARCODING (#13471)
Pedro M. Pedro


17h10 - 17h30
S 89.03 - EDAPHIC MACROFAUNA IN AREAS WITH NUCLEATION AS AN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION STRATEGY IN THE EASTERN ANDES OF COLOMBIA (#13869)
José Ignacio Barrera Cataño


17h30 - 17h50
S 89.04 - POST-RESTORATION INDICATORS OF BELOWGROUND COMMUNITIES STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONALITY: A 20-YEAR JOURNEY ACROSS SOIL BIODIVERSITY (#13506)
Pilar Andrés


17h50 - 18h10
S 89.05 - ASSESSMENT OF SOIL FAUNA FOOTPRINTS IN A REHABILITATED COAL MINE THROUGH MICROMORPHOLOGY AND NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY (NIRS) ANALYSES (#13771)
Yamileth Dominguez Hayda


18h10 - 18h30
DEBATE

S90 - RESTORATION ECONOMY II
16h30 - 18h30/ Room: VIVACE 1

16h30 - 16h50
S 90.01 - FUNDAMENTAL ASPECTS OF THE ECONOMICS OF RESTORATION (#13898)
Bernardo Baeta Neves Strassburg


16h50 - 17h10
S 90.02 - INVESTING IN NATURE CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION PAYS (#13857)
Rudolf de Groot


17h10 - 17h30
S 90.03 - LARGE SCALE MULTI-SPECIES REFORESTATION (#14018)
Bruno Mariani


17h30 - 17h50
S 90.04 - AN ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF THE LIVELIHOOD BENEFITS OF A REHABILITATED WETLAND, MPUMALANGA PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA (#12617)
Michelle Browne


17h50 - 18h10
S 90.05 - TRADE-OFFS OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION PROJECT IMPLEMENTED BY LOCAL GOVERNMENT: A CASE STUDY IN URBAN MINED AREA, XUZHOU, CHINA (#12611)
Shaoliang Zhang


18h10 - 18h30
DEBATE

S91 - THE ROLE OF PRIORITY EFFECTS DURING ASSEMBLY FOR ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION
16h30 - 18h30/ Room: VIVACE 2

16h30 - 16h50
S 91.01 - CURRENT OVERVIEW OF RESEARCH ON PRIORITY EFFECTS AND ITS RELEVANCE TO RESTORATION (#13049)
Emanuela Wehmuth Alves Weidlich


16h50 - 17h10
S 91.02 - EXPLORING PRIORITY EFFECTS IN A CENTRAL EUROPEAN GRASSLAND FIELD EXPERIMENT IN ORDER TO INFORM RESTORATION (#13457)
Vicky Temperton


17h10 - 17h30
S 91.03 - CONTEXT-DEPENDENCE OF PRIORITY EFFECTS IN THE RESTORATION OF CALIFORNIA GRASSLANDS (#14385)
Truman P. Young


17h30 - 17h50
S 91.04 - ARE PRIORITY EFFECTS DRIVING THE ASSEMBLY OF TROPICAL FORESTS UNDERGOING RESTORATION? (#12679)
Giselda Durigan


17h50 - 18h10
S 91.05 - CAN PRIORITY EFFECTS PREVENT INVASION IN CERRADO (BRAZILIAN SAVANNA) RESTORATION? (#13908)
Andre Ganem Coutinho


18h10 - 18h30
S 91.06 - CAN KNOWLEDGE OF PRIORITY EFFECTS IMPROVE OUTCOMES OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION? (#14381)
Cara R. Nelson

O92 - PUBLIC POLICIES FOR ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN BRAZIL
16h30 - 18h30/ Room: ADAGIO 1

16h30 - 16h50
O 92.01 - COMPLYING WITH THE BRAZILIAN FOREST CODE: THE ROLE OF MUNICIPALITIES IN MATO GROSSO (#12821)
Marion Daugeard


16h50 - 17h10
O 92.02 - GAPS AND BRIDGES BETWEEN SCIENCE AND PRACTICE: ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL (#12955)
Fernanda Tubenchlak


17h10 - 17h30
O 92.03 - TOWARDS FOREST RESTORATION IN MARANHÃO STATE, EASTERN AMAZONIA (#12851)
Danielle Celentano


17h30 - 17h50
O 92.04 - ACHIEVING ZERO NET DEFORESTATION THROUGH FOREST RESTORATION IN PARÁ STATE, BRAZILIAN AMAZON (#13917)
Daniel Conceição dos Santos


17h50 - 18h10
O 92.05 - A PUBLIC POLICY TO ENABLE LARGE-SCALE FOREST RESTORATION IN BRAZIL (#12608)
Regina Helena Rosa Sambuichi

O93 - RESTORATION OF DRYLANDS AND MEDITERRANEAN ECOSYSTEMS
16h30 - 18h30/ Room: ADAGIO 2

16h30 - 16h50
O 93.01 - NOVEL METHODS FOR RESTORING ARID LANDS (#13024)
Gislene Ganade


16h50 - 17h10
O 93.02 - GERMINATION BEHAVIOUR AND HYDROTHERMAL THRESHOLDS OF AUSTRALIAN ARID PLANTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE RESTORATION OF WATER-LIMITED ECOYSTEMS. (#13801)
Corrine Duncan


17h10 - 17h30
O 93.03 - SOIL DEPTH CONSTRAINS RESTORATION OPTIONS IN DROUGHT-PRONE HABITATS (#12836)
Erik Veneklaas


17h30 - 17h50
O 93.04 - RESTORATION OF COASTAL DUNE ECOSYSTEMS IN CENTRAL ISRAEL FOLLOWING REMOVAL OF A 60-YEAR OLD EUCALYPTUS GROVE (#12097)
Aviv Avisar


17h50 - 18h10
O 93.05 - THE ROLE OF PLANT SPATIAL PATTERN AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY IN DRYLAND RESTORATION (#14031)
Susana Bautista

S94 - TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FOR VALUING ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND NATURAL CAPITAL IN RESTORATION PROJECTS
16h30 - 18h30/ Room: ALEGRO 1

16h30 - 16h50
S 94.01 - TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FOR VALUING ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND NATURAL CAPITAL IN RESTORATION PROJECTS (#13468)
Laury Cullen Junior


16h50 - 17h10
S 94.02 - AIRBORNE LASER SCANNING AS A TOOL TO MONITOR ABOVE GROUND BIOMASS IN RESTORED CORRIDORS CONNECTING PROTECTED AREA (#14013)
Luisa Gurjao de Carvalho Amaral


17h10 - 17h30
S 94.03 - CORRIDORS FOR WHOM: TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS FOR BIODIVERSITY MONITORING IN REFORESTATION INITIATIVES (#13482)
Clinton N. Jenkins


17h30 - 17h50
S 94.04 - SELFIES IN THE FOREST: MONITORING WILDLIFE IN REFORESTATION INITIATIVES (#14311)
Fernando Silva Lima
– TO BE CONFIRMED

17h50 - 18h10
S 94.05 - NEW APPROACHES TO MONITORING THE EFFECTS OF RIPARIAN REFORESTATION ON WATER QUALITY (#13711)
Alexandre Uezu


18h10 - 18h30
DEBATE

S95 - RESTORATION AS TOOL TO MITIGATE THE EFFECTS OF WOODY ENCROACHMENT IN GRASSLAND AND SAVANNA MACROHABITATS
16h30 - 18h30/ Room: ALEGRO 2

16h30 - 16h50
S 95.01 - CLIMATE CHANGE AND PANTANAL WETLAND: RESTORATION AS TOOL TO MITIGATE THE EFFECTS OF WOODY ENCROACHMENT IN GRASSLAND AND SAVANNA MACROHABITATS. (#15333)
Cátia Nunes da Cunha
– TO BE CONFIRMED

16h50 - 17h10
S 95.02 - HERBACEOUS PLANTS COMPOSITION AND BIOMASS SHIFTS IN MACROHABITATS UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF WOODY ENCROACHMENT IN PANTANAL WETLAND (#14072)
Fernando Henrique Barbosa da Silva


17h10 - 17h30
S 95.03 - THE ROLE OF A GOVERNMENT AGENCY TO PLAN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION WITHIN SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES (#15334)
Ligia Nara Vendramin
– TO BE CONFIRMED

17h30 - 17h50
S 95.04 - SHRUB AND TREE ENCROACHMENT IN NON-FOREST ECOSYSTEMS: CONSEQUENCES FOR RESTORATION (#14171)
Gerhard E. Overbeck


17h50 – 18h30
DEBATE

O96 - RESTORATION IN URBAN AND PERIURBAN ENVIRONMENTS
16h30 - 18h30/ Room: PRESTO

16h30 - 16h50
O 96.01 - RESTORATION OF URBAN GREEN SPACES REWILDS THE ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOME WITH ASSOCIATED SHIFTS IN THE HUMAN MICROBIOME (#12947)
Jacob Mills


16h50 - 17h10
O 96.02 - PATIOS FOR HUMMINGBIRDS: FIRST STEPS TO RESTORE THE NATIVE PLANT-HUMMINGBIRD INTERACTION IN CORDOBA CITY, ARGENTINA (#13752)
Ana Alejandra Calviño


17h10 - 17h30
O 96.03 - URBAN FOREST INVASIBILITY: PLANNING FOR RESILIENCE (#13509)
Ryan Vogel


17h30 - 17h50
O 96.04 - MEASURING URBAN BIODIVERSITY (#12684)
Carolina Mudan Marelli

17h50 - 18h10
O 96.05 - MEASURING URBAN BIODIVERSITY (#12684)
Carolina Mudan Marelli

September 1st, 2017 - Friday

PLENARY SESSION 4
8h00 – 10h00 / Room: Sonata 1+2

8h00 - 8h40
PLENARY LECURE - RESTORING FOREST BIOMES: ADVANCES AND CHALLENGES
Robin L. Chazdon - University of Connecticut

8h40 - 9h20
PLENARY LECURE - WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT TROPICAL GRASSLAND RESILIENCE AND RESTORATION?
Elise Buisson - University of Avignon

09h20 - 10h00
PLENARY LECURE - LINKING SCIENCE AND PRACTICE TO SAFEGUARD CORAL REEFS IN THE ANTHROPOCENE
Terry Hughes - James Cook University

10h00 - 10h30 - COFFEE BREAK

S97 - SEED-BASED RESTORATION: INNOVATIONS, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES -  USING SEEDS (PART 2/2)
10h30 - 12h30/ Room: ÁRIA

10h30 - 10h50
S97.01 - NURSERY PRODUCTION OF WILD SEED RESOURCES: MANAGING GENETICS WHILE MAXIMIZING PRODUCTION (#12929)
Edward Toth


10h50 - 11h10
S97.02 - USING NATIVE SEED IN RESTORATION OF SPECIES-RICH HABITATS – BEST PRACTICE EXAMPLES FROM GERMANY (#13175)
Anita Kirmer


11h10 - 11h30
S97.03 - DRASTIC SITE-PREPARATION IS KEY TO LONG-TERM REINTRODUCTION SUCCESS OF THE HIGHLY ENDANGERED XERIC GRASSLAND SPECIES JURINEA CYANOIDES (#12826)
Sabine Tischew


11h30 - 12h10
S97.04 - USING NATIVE GRASS SEED TO RESTORE DEGRADED GRASSLAND IN NORTHERN CHINA—EXAMPLES FOR LEYMUS CHINENSIS (TRIN.) TZVEL (#12922)
Yuping Rong


11h50 - 12h10
S97.05 - STRATEGIES AND EQUIPMENT AND FOR LARGE-SCALE, MULTI-SPECIES NATIVE SEEDINGS IN NORTH AMERICAN DRYLANDS (#13443)
Jeffrey Ott


12h10 - 12h30
S97.06 - THE ROLE OF NETWORKS CONNECTING NATIVE SEED STAKEHOLDERS AND IMPROVING SUCCESS IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION (#13120)
Simone Pedrini

O98 - CLIMATE CHANGE AND RESTORATION ECOLOGY
10h30 - 12h30/ Room: CANON

10h30 - 10h50
O 98.01 - PLAYING WITH ABIOTIC FACTORS AND INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SPECIES: OPTIONS FOR MANAGEMENT OF ENDANGERED DRY TROPICAL FOREST SPECIES IN MEXICO TO FACE CLIMATE CHANGE (#13648)
Pilar Angélica Gómez Ruiz


10h50 - 11h10
O 98.02 - HOW SUCCESSFUL IS THE RESTORATION OF ALPINE PONDS FOR CONSERVING A BIODIVERSITY THREATENED BY WARMING? (#12381)
Beat Oertly


11h10 - 11h30
O 98.03 - ASSESSMENT OF CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECTS ON PALE CHUB (ZACCO PLATYPUS) IN KOREA USING A HABITAT SUITABILITY MODEL (#12571)
Jinho Jung


11h30 - 12h10
O 98.04 - LOOKING FOR NATIVE TREE SPECIES TOLERANT TO WATER STRESS BASED ON CLIMATE CHANGE PREDICTIONS IN AN ANDEAN REGION IN ECUADOR (#13874)
Ximena Palomeque


11h50 - 12h10
O 98.05 - ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN ARCTIC FOR CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION: FIRST OUTCOMES OF PILOT PROJECT (#13830)
Tatiana Minayeva


12h10 - 12h30
O 98.06 - DRIVERS OF GRASSLAND-FOREST TRANSITIONS IN SUBTROPICAL SOUTH AMERICA: IMPLICATIONS FOR LANDSCAPE RESTORATION AND MANAGEMENT (#16115)
Rafael Bernardi

S99 - PUBLIC POLICIES FOR NATIVE VEGETATION RECOVERY ON LARGE SCALE
10h30 - 12h30/ Room: MINUETO

10h30 - 10h50
S 99.01 - THE NATIONAL POLICY FOR NATIVE VEGETATION RECOVERY IN BRAZIL: THE LESSONS-LEARNED AND FURTHER ACTIONS (#13496)
Carlos Alberto de Mattos Scaramuzza

10h50 - 11h10
S 99.02 - COOPERATION BETWEEN BRAZILIAN FOREST SERVICE AND GUATEMALA AND HONDURAS TO PROMOTE FORESTRY WITH NATIVE SPECIES, AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS, COMMUNITY FOREST MANAGEMENT AND RECOVERY OF DEGRADED AREA
Raimundo Deusdará Filho

11h10 - 11h30
S 99.03 - ECONOMIC INCENTIVES FOR NATIVE VEGETATION RECOVERY AT DIFFERENT SCALES AND THEIR INTERFACE WITH PUBLIC POLICIES (#13903)
Bernardo Baeta Neves Strassburg

11h30 - 11h50
S 99.04 - NATIONAL STANDARDS FOR THE PRACTICE OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN AUSTRALIA: POTENTIAL TO IMPROVE LARGE SCALE RESTORATION (#13783)
Tein C Mcdonald & Kingsley Dixon

11h50 - 12h10
S 99.05 - FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE: THE APPLICATION OF RESTORATION OPPORTUNITIES ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY (ROAM) AT NATIONAL AND SUBNATIONAL LEVELS IN BRAZIL AND AROUND THE WORLD (#14151)
Craig Richard Beatty


12h10 – 12h30
DEBATE

O100 - TROPICAL FOREST: BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING
10h30 - 12h30/ Room: PRELÚDIO

10h30 - 10h50
O 100.01 - RESTORATION PLANTINGS ENHANCE TAXONOMIC AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF WOODY PLANTS IN SUGARCANE-DOMINATED LANDSCAPE (#13847)
Débora Cristina Rother


10h50 - 11h10
O 100.02 - FUNCTIONAL TRAITS BEHIND THE DARK DIVERSITY OF SEASONAL TROPICAL FORESTS UNDERGOING RESTORATION (#12938)
Marcio Seiji Suganuma


11h10 - 11h30
O 100.03 - PHYLOGENETIC RICHNESS CONTROLLING PLANT GROWTH DURING RIPARIAN FOREST RESTORATION (#12979)
Leonardo H. Teixeira


11h00 - 11h20
O 100.04 - ASSESSING ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING IN FORESTS UNDERGOING RESTORATION (#13829)
Milena Fermina Rosenfield


11h30 - 12h10
O 100.05 - THE NEED OF TRAIT-BASED FRAMEWORKS FOR THE RESTORATION OF ECOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS (#14422)
Marcos Bergmann Carlucci


11h50 - 12h10
O 100.06 - RESOURCE ACQUISITION STRATEGIES OF TROPICAL DRY FOREST TREE SPECIES PREDICT SEEDLING PERFORMANCE IN A LARGE-SCALE VERTISOL RESTORATION PROJECT (#12574)
Leland K Werden

S101 -  IMPORTANCE OF THE SPATIAL ANALYST IN THE RESTORATION ECOLOGY. A PRIMARY TOOL TO DESIGN, PLANNING AND MONITORING
10h30 - 12h30/ Room: SALÃO CANTATA

10h30 - 10h50
S 101.01 - FROM GLOBAL TARGETS TO LOCAL REALITIES THROUGH SPATIAL DATA ANALYSIS OF FOREST LANDSCAPE RESTORATION OPPORTUNITIES (#14150)
Craig Richard Beatty


10h50 - 11h10
S 101.02 - USING LANDSCAPE ANALYSIS AS A PARTICIPATORY TOOL IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION ACTIVITIES: THE CASE OF SIGWEB SYSTEM OF ATLANTIC FOREST RESTORATION PACT (#13814)
Severino Ribeiro Pinto


11h10 - 11h30
S 101.03 - THE IMPORTANCE OF THE RESTORATION FOR THE PROVISION OF ECOSYSTEM SERVICES IN THE REGIONAL LANDSCAPE, WITH EMPHASIS ON THE DIVERSITY OF PLANTS (#13658)
Rodrigues RR


11h30 - 12h10
S 101.04 - SPATIALLY-EXPLICIT OPTIMIZATION OF ECONOMIC INCENTIVES FOR LANDSCAPE RESTORATION (#13475)
Rene Zamora Cristales


11h50 - 12h10
S 101.05 - PRIORITISING SITES FOR RESTORATION THROUGH SPATIALLY EXPLICIT CRITERIA AND INDICATORS AT THE LANDSCAPE SCALE (#13872)
Cristian Echeverria


12h10 - 12h30
S 101.06 - PRIORITIZING RESTORATION AREAS IN COLOMBIA, MULTISCALE AND MULTIECOSYSTEM APPROACH (#14136)
Paola Isaacs

S102 - DECISION-MAKING TOWARDS THE FUTURE: POLICY DRIVERS TO ENHANCE SCALING UP EFFECTIVE ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN TROPICAL REGIONS
10h30 - 12h30/ Room: VIVACE 1

10h30 - 10h50
S 102.01 - ARE TROPICAL ANDEAN COUNTRIES RESTORATION-READY? COUNTRY-LEVEL POLICIES AND INTERNATIONAL COMMITMENTS (#13094)
Carolina Murcia


10h50 - 11h10
S 102.02 - ECOLOGY OF NATURAL FOREST REGENERATION AND PUBLIC RESTORATION POLICIES IN HUMAN MODIFIED TROPICAL LANDSCAPES (#13798)
Miguel Martínez-Ramos – TO BE CONFIRMED


11h10 - 11h30
S 102.03 - BUILDING RELIABLE RESTORATION POLICIES: THE IMPORTANCE OF MONITORING AND THE VALUE OF INTEGRATED ONLINE SYSTEMS (#13582)
Rafael Barreiro Chaves


11h30 - 12h10
S 102.04 - THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIAL OUTCOMES FOR RESTORATION SUCCESS: THE UMZIMVUBU CATCHMENT AND OTHER CASE STUDIES FROM SOUTH AFRICA (#14362)
Christo Marais


11h50 - 12h10
S 102.05 - OLD TOOLS REVISITED AND SOME NEW ONES: WHAT’S NEEDED TO SCALE UP EFFECTIVE RESTORATION IN THE TROPICS AND ELSEWHERE? (#12842)
James C Aronson


12h10 - 12h30
DEBATE

S103 - ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION: A STRATEGIC PATH FOR LARGE LANDSCAPE CONSERVATION?
10h30 - 12h30/ Room: VIVACE 2

10h30 - 10h50
S 103.01 - EXPLORING A NEW ROLE FOR ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION OF RIVERS, FORESTS AND WILDLIFE MOVEMENTS TO ACHIEVE EFFECTIVE LARGE LANDSCAPE CONSERVATION
Harvey Locke


10h50 - 11h10
S 103.02 - GLOBAL RESTORATION INITIATIVES AS A MECHANISM FOR LARGE LANDSCAPE CONSERVATION AND VICE-VERSA (#14382)
Cara R. Nelson


11h10 - 11h30
S 103.03 - RESTORING PROCESS IN GRAVEL-BED RIVERS FOR THE ECOLOGICAL HEALTH OF MOUNTAIN LANDSCAPES (#12732)
Frederick Richard Hauer


11h30 - 12h10
S 103.04 - THREE CONDITIONS FOR CONSIDERING ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION STRATEGICALLY IN A LARGE LANDSCAPE CONSERVATION CONTEXT (#13041)
Harvey Locke


11h50 - 12h10
S 103.05 - CONNECTIVITY CONSERVATION – THE ARCHITECTURE FOR LARGE SCALE ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION (#12651)
Gary Martin Tabor


12h10 - 12h30
DEBATE

O104 - RECOVERING SOIL PROPERTIES
10h30 - 12h30/ Room: ADAGIO 1

10h30 - 10h50
O 104.01 - MIXING RESIDUES ALLOWS MULTIPLE BENEFITS BEYOND PROPER STABILIZATION OF TAILINGS STORAGE FACILITIES AT CLOSURE: THE CASE OF ORGANIC RESIDUES FROM INTENSIVE PORK PRODUCTIVE SYSTEMS (#13090)
Rosanna Ginocchio


10h50 - 11h10
O 104.02 - HOW LONG IT WILL TAKE TO RECOVER SOIL PROPERTIES AFTER FOREST RESTORATION? (#12698)
Sergio Esteban Lozano Baez


11h10 - 11h30
O 104.03 - BIOTIC AND PHYSICOCHEMICAL FACTORS IN A SOIL IN RESTORATION IN SAN FELIX (BELLO, ANTIOQUIA, COLOMBIA) (#13647)
Ana Maria Gómez Ardila


11h30 - 12h10
O 104.04 - SOIL NUTRIENTS IN THE NORTHERN AUSTRALIAN WET SEASON DRIVEN BY CYANOBACTERIAL CARBON AND NITROGEN PULSES (#13851)
Wendy Williams


11h50 - 12h10
O 104.05 - COAL WASTE AS THE MAIN CONSTITUENT OF A SOIL SUBSTITUTE (#13121)
Beatriz Alicia Firpo


12h10 - 12h30
O 104.06 - SOIL CONSTRAINTS AND ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN NEW ZEALAND (#12702)
Nicholas Dickinson

O105 - MITIGATION: RIVERS AND WATERSHEDS
10h30 - 12h30/ Room: ADAGIO 2

10h30 - 10h50
O 105.01 - WATER AND FOREST GOVERNANCE: THE CASE OF THE INTEGRATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL AGENDAS IN THE CAPIXABA PORTION OF THE DOCE RIVER WATERSHED. (#13971)
Thiago Belote Silva


10h50 - 11h10
O 105.02 - EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION: A RESTORATION EXPERIENCE IN THE PANAMANIAN TROPIC (#13985)
Jose Quiros


11h10 - 11h30
O 105.03 - RECLAIMING HABITATS IN THE DRAWDOWN ZONES OF HYDROELECTRIC RESERVOIRS (#13863)
Virgil Hawkes

11h30 - 12h10
O 105.04 - EROSION CONTROL ACTIVITIES IN MINING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS. AN ALTERNATIVE TO PREVENT EROSION IN BODY WATERS DURING THE MINING PROJECTS CONSTRUCTION (#13062)
Jose Portocarrero

W106 - BUILDING SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPES THROUGH GENDER-RESPONSIVE RESTORATION IN BRAZIL (#32)
10h30 - 12h30/ Room: ALEGRO 1

Organizer: Miguel Moraes

W107- SIMPLE METRICS TO MEASURE ECOSYSTEM CHANGE FOLLOWING RESTORATION - DEVELOPING COUNTRIES (#59)
10h30 - 12h30/ Room: ALEGRO 2

Organizer: Zoë Brocklehurst

O108 -  COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION: MOTIVATIONS AND PRACTICE IN SOUTH AMERICA
10h30 - 12h30/ Room: PRESTO

10h30 - 10h50
O 108.01 - PILOT EXPERIENCE OF ECOLOGICAL RESTAURATION IN AN AREA OF PINUS PATULA IN THE REGIONAL NATURAL PARK PÁRAMO DE RABANAL, SACAMÁ – BOYACÁ (#14032)
Magda Liliana Chisacá Hurtado


10h50 - 11h10
O 108.02 - CONTRIBUTIONS TO ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE FROM THE PARTICIPATORY ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION (#14034)
Miguel Pacheco


11h10 - 11h30
O 108.03 - ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION OF STRATEGIC ECOSYSTEMS IN THE ARIGUANÍ RIVER BASIN (ALGARROBO AND FUNDACIÓN, MAGDALENA) (#14025)
Jessica Tatiana Cañón Páez


11h30 - 12h10
O 108.04 - SOCIOECONOMIC IMPACTS OF THE ECUADORIAN FOREST RESTORATION NATIONAL PLAN (#13054)
Marina Mazón


11h50 - 12h10
O 108.05 - MOTIVATIONS FOR SOCIAL PARTICIPATION IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION PROJECTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND ASSESSMENT OF ITS INCORPORATION IN BRAZILIAN NATIONAL PLAN FOR NATIVE VEGETATION RECOVERY (#12903)
Loren Belei


12h10 - 12h30
O 108.06 - SMALLHOLDERS’ MOTIVATIONS TO RESTORE FORESTS IN EASTERN BRAZILIAN AMAZON (#13882)
Joice Nunes Ferreira

12h30 - 14h00 - LUNCH BREAK

S109 - SERENDIPITY VS STRATEGY: THE NECESSITY FOR A NATIONAL NATIVE SEED STRATEGY
14h00 - 16h00/ Room: ÁRIA

14h00 - 14h20
S 109.01 - NATIONAL SEED STRATEGY: GETTING THE RIGHT SEED IN THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME (#13499)
Kay Havens


14h20 - 14h40
S 109.02 - REGIONAL NATIVE PLANT PROJECTS - THE GREAT BASIN EXAMPLE (#13615)
Nancy Shaw


14h40 - 15h00
S 109.03 - MEETING THE NEW YORK CITY REGION'S NATIVE SEED DEMANDS IN A POST HURRICANE SANDY WORLD (#13558)
Edward Toth


15h00 - 15h20
S 109.04 - THE SOUTHEASTERN GRASSLANDS INITIATIVE (SGI): ENSURING THE SURVIVAL OF TEMPERATE NORTH AMERICA’S MOST BIODIVERSE, MOST ENDANGERED, AND LEAST-APPRECIATED ECOSYSTEMS (#14375)
Larry Dwayne Estes


15h20 - 15h40
S 109.05 - THE ROLE OF BOTANIC GARDENS IN NATIVE SEED RESEARCH AND USE (#13048)
Kay Havens, Medard & Elizabeth Welch


15h40 - 16h00
DEBATE

O110 - CLIMATE CHANGE AND ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION
14h00 - 16h00/ Room: CANON

14h00 - 14h20
O 110.01 - ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION DURING A TIME OF RAPID ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE: HOW DO WE KEEP UP WITH A RUNAWAY TRAIN? (#12787)
Stuart Allison


14h20 - 14h40
O 110.02 - A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF ECOLOGICAL ATTRIBUTES THAT CONFER RESILIENCE TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION (#12812)
Britta L. Timpane Padgham


14h40 - 15h00
O 110.03 - BEST PRACTICE RESTORATION: BUILDING THE EVIDENCE BASE FOR RESTORING EUCALYPT WOODLANDS OF SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA (#12883)
Nicholas Gellie


15h00 - 15h20
O 110.04 - THE IMPORTANCE OF SPECIES SELECTION AND SEED SOURCING IN FOREST RESTORATION FOR ENHANCING ADAPTIVE CAPACITY TO CLIMATE CHANGE: COLOMBIAN TROPICAL DRY FOREST AS A MODEL (#13947)
Evert Thomas


15h20 - 15h40
O 110.05 - MANAGING CLIMATE RISK IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION THROUGH USE OF SEASONAL FORECASTING (#12587)
Valerie Hagger


15h40 - 16h00
O 110.06 - GRASSLAND RESTORATION: INFLUENCE OF SOIL HOMOGENIZATION ON PLANT COMMUNITY RESILIENCE TO SOIL FREEZING (#12706)
Holly J. Stover

W111 - PROMOTING THE  RECOMPOSITION  OF  NATIVE  VEGETATION  ON  THE  ENVIRONMENT REGULARIZATION   PROGRAMS   (PRA)   IN   BRAZIL:   ESSENTIAL   FEATURES   OF   VALUE   CHAINS METHODOLOGY (#70D)
14h00 - 16h00/ Room: MINUETO

Organizer: Janaina de Almeida Rocha

O112 -  ADVANCES IN USING INDICATORS IN RESTORATION ECOLOGY
14h00 - 16h00/ Room: PRELÚDIO

14h00 - 14h20
O 112.01 - ARE WE THERE YET? USING REFERENCE CONDITIONS AND SETTING END TARGETS FOR ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION. (#12649)
Peter Carrick


14h20 - 14h40
O 112.02 - SUCCESS EVALUATION OF RESTORATION PROJECTS INTEGRATING ECOLOGICAL, STRUCTURAL, SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL INDICATORS. EXPERIENCES AND DEVELOPMENTS. (#12809)
Berit Koehler


14h40 - 15h00
O 112.03 - TOWARD A PHYTOMETER APPROACH IN RESTORATION ECOLOGY: HOW TO USE PLANTS AS INDICATORS OF RESTORATION SUCCESS? (#12678)
Katharina Strobl


15h00 - 15h20
O 112.04 - APPLICATION OF SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE AND SÃO PAULO STATE POLICIES BY SUZANO PAPEL E CELULOSE IN THE ASSESSMENT AND MONITORING OF LARGE-SCALE ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN THE ATLANTIC RAINFOREST AND CERRADO, BRAZIL (#13105)
Rogério Cânovas Camargo Ferreira


15h20 - 15h40
O 112.05 - INDICATORS OF FOREST RESTORATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING OF THE STATE OF MATO GROSSO, BRAZIL (#13838)
Paolo Alessandro Rodrigues Sartorelli


15h40 - 16h00
O 112.06 - USE OF A MULTIVARIATE APPROACH TO MEASURE THE SUCCESS OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION (#13958)
Tathiane Santi Sarcinelli

S113 - LINKING RESEARCH AND PRACTICE IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN  LATIN AMERICA: WHERE ARE WE? WHERE SHOULD WE GO?
14h00 - 16h00/ Room: SALÃO CANTATA

14h00 - 14h20
S 113.01 - IDENTIFYING GAPS FOR THE PRACTICAL SCIENCE NECESSARY TO RESTORE SUSTAINABLE ECOSYSTEMS IN COLOMBIA (#14075)
Juan Garibello & José Ignacio Barrera


14h20 - 14h40
S 113.02 - ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN ARGENTINA, TWENTY YEARS OF RESEARCH (1996-2016) (#13692)
Adriana Edit Rovere


14h40 - 15h00
S 113.03 - APPLIED SCIENCE FOR ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION IN MEXICO: STATE OF THE ART AND PERSPECTIVES (#13561)
Eliane Ceccon


15h00 - 15h20
S 113.04 - RESTORATION IN COSTA RICA: 30 YEARS OF RESEARCH (1987-2016) (#13553)
Luis Guillermo Acosta Vargas


15h20 - 15h40
S 113.05 - PERSPECTIVES AND THE CURRENT SITUATION OF ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN ECUADOR (#14191)
Nikolay Aguirre – TO BE CONFIRMED


15h40 - 16h00
DEBATE

S114 - FOREST RESTORATION FOR THE SUPPORT OF LIVELIHOODS AND GENERATION OF ECOSYSTEM SERVICES
14h00 - 16h00/ Room: VIVACE 1

14h00 - 14h20
S 114.01 - IDENTIFYING TIMBER SPECIES FOR BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION, LIVELIHOOD ENHANCEMENT AND FINANCIAL RISK MITIGATION IN SMALLHOLDER TROPICAL REFORESTATION (#12866)
Liz Miyo Sousa Ota


14h20 - 14h40
S 114.02 - CONNECTING THE LOCAL WITH THE GLOBAL: PARTICIPATORY MONITORING IN FOREST RESTORATION (#13789)
Manuel Guariguata


14h40 - 15h00
S 114.03 - SHORTCOMINGS IN THE PHILIPPINES’ NATIONAL GREENING PROGRAM AND THEIR IMPACTS ON BIODIVERSITY REHABILITATION (#12983)
Kurt von Kleist


15h00 - 15h20
S 114.04 - IMPROVING LIVELIHOODS AND THE ENVIRONMENT THROUGH FOREST RESTORATION – LESSONS FROM A PILOT PROJECT IN BILIRAN, PHILIPPINES (#14145)
Nestor Gregório


15h20 - 15h40
S 114.05 - CREATING LOCAL RESTORATION CAPACITY, RECONNECTING INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES TO THEIR ROOTS AND BUILDING A RESTORATION-BASED RURAL ECONOMY: GRASSROOTS EXPERIENCE FROM A MAJOR TIGER RESERVE IN INDIA (#12736)
Ramesh Venkataraman


15h40 - 16h00
DEBATE

S115 - RESTORATION OF TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL GRASSLANDS AND SAVANNAS: FROM SEED LIMITATION TO SEED INTRODUCTION
14h00 - 16h00/ Room: VIVACE 2

14h00 - 14h20
S115.01 - GRASSLAND RESTORATION IN THE TROPICS AND SUBTROPICS: BROAD-SCALE FACTORS DETERMINING VEGETATION RECOVERY (#13418)
Gerhard Ernst Overbeck


14h20 - 14h40
S115.02 - WHAT HAPPENS TO THE SEEDS IN CERRADO? (#14026)
Alessandra Fidelis


14h40 - 15h00
S115.03 - HAY TRANSFER AND LITTLER REMOVAL IN RESTORATION OF AREAS DEGRADED BY PINE PLANTATIONS IN SOUTHERN BRAZIL (#14140)
Mariana De Souza Vieira


15h00 - 15h20
S115.04 - INVASIVE SPECIES CONTROL AND SEED INTRODUCTION FOR RECOVERY OF INVADED CAMPOS GRASSLAND (#13002)
Sandra Müller


15h20 - 15h40
S115.05 - CHALLENGES TO RESTORE EXTREME GRASSLAND ECOSYSTEMS: SEED CONTRIBUTION NOW AND BEYOND (#14195)
Geraldo Wilson Fernandes & Soizig Le Stradic


15h40 - 16h00
S115.06 - DRY AND WET GRASSLANDS: DIFFERENT FACTORS INFLUENCING RESTORATION (#12749)
Natashi A. Lima Pilon

O116 -  RESTORATION OF TEMPERATE AND BOREAL FORESTS
14h00 - 16h00/ Room: ADAGIO 1

14h00 - 14h20
O 116.01 - ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT OF SEISMIC LINES IN ALBERTA: RESTORATION AND MITIGATION STRATEGIES. (#12415)
Anna Dabros


14h20 - 14h40
O 116.02 - ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN A COASTAL TEMPERATE RAINFOREST: TACKLING THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF DESTRUCTIVE LOGGING IN OREGON'S SIUSLAW NATIONAL FOREST TO IMPLEMENT DURABLE SOLUTIONS (#13474)
James R. Furnish


14h40 - 15h00
O 116.03 - ESTABLISHMENT OF PLANTED TREES AND NATIVE VEGETATION ON COMPACTED MINE TAILINGS (#14085)
Jennifer Franklin


15h00 - 15h20
O 116.04 - ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION BY EMULATING NATURAL DISTURBANCES IN BOREAL FOREST SYSTEMS: EFFECTS ON BIRD COMMUNITIES (#12580)
Martijn Versluijs


15h20 - 15h40
O 116.05 - SECONDARY SHRUBLANDS FACILITATE THE ACTIVE LARGE-SCALE RESTORATION OF FIRE-DISTURBED SOUTHERN BOG FORESTS IN NORTH-PATAGONIA (#12619)
Manuel Alejandro Acevedo Tapia

O117 - RESTORATION PLANNING: SETTING PRIORITIES
14h00 - 16h00/ Room: ADAGIO 2

14h00 - 14h20
O 117.01 - RESTORING FORESTS FOR BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES: A SPATIAL MULTICRITERIA APPROACH TO IDENTIFY PRIORITY AREAS (#12369)
Carlos Zamorano-Elgueta


14h20 - 14h40
O 117.02 - A MULTI-SCALE FRAMEWORK FOR INVESTIGATING THE ABILITIES OF ECOSYSTEMS RESTORATION (#12725)
Alexandre Marco da Silva


14h40 - 15h00
O 117.03 - USING NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS TO IMPROVE PLANNING, EFFICIENCY, AND MANAGEMENT OF FOREST RESTORATION PROJECTS (#12601)
Fabio Henrique de Paschoa Lascalla


15h00 - 15h20
O 117.04 - ECOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF LARGE SEVERELY DEGRADED AREAS IN ICELAND. (#13943)
Olafur Gestur Arnalds


15h20 - 15h40
O 117.05 - EVALUATION OF RESTORATION PRIORITY ON STREAMS IN SINGAPORE (#13115)
Yixiong Cai


15h40 - 16h00
O 117.06 - ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION OF THE INTER-ANDEAN TROPICAL DRY FOREST IN COLOMBIA AS A COMPENSATION STRATEGY ASSOCIATED TO AN HYDROLECTRICAL PROJECT (#12948)
Beatriz Miranda Mojica

S118 - REVEGETATION FOR ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION IN THE AMAZON
14h00 - 16h00/ Room: ALEGRO 1

14h00 - 14h20
S 118.01 - EXPERIMENTAL REFORESTATION AFTER GOLD MINING IN THE PERUVIAN AMAZON (#13519)
Francisco Román-Dañobeytia


14h20 - 14h40
S 118.02 - CAN BRAZIL NUT PLANTATION RECOVER SOIL PROPERTIES IN FORMER PASTURE LANDS? (#13052)
Rodrigo Pinheiro Bastos


14h40 - 15h00
S 118.03 - PARTICULAR SOIL CHEMICAL PARAMETER CHALLENGES OF HIGHLY DEGRADED AMAZON SITES (#13476)
Myrtle P. Shock


15h00 - 15h20
S 118.04 - EARLY PLANT ESTABLISHMENT AND SUCCESSION UNDER REVEGETATED SITES IN AMAZONAS, BRAZIL (#13478)
Clinton Cleon Shock


15h20 - 15h40
S 118.05 - PLANT SUCCESSION 36 YEARS FOLLOWING REVEGETATION ON DEGRADED SITES IN AMAZONAS, BRAZIL (#13479)
Clinton Cleon Shock


15h40 - 16h00
S 118.06 - SOIL FORMATION UNDER REVEGETATED SITES ALONG THE BR-319 HIGHWAY, AMAZONAS, BRAZIL (#13481)
Myrtle P. Shock

W119 - ALLIANCE FOR RESTORATION IN AMAZON: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES TO MATCH ASSETS FROM PRIVATE SECTOR, GOVERNMENTS, CIVIL SOCIETY AND ACADEMIA TO ENHANCE AND SCALING UP FOREST RESTORATION IN CRITICAL ÁREAS
14h00 - 16h00/ Room: ALEGRO 2
Organizer: Beto Mesquita

O120 - COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION: MOTIVATIONS AND PRACTICE IN SOUTH AMERICA
14h00 - 16h00/ Room: PRESTO

14h00 – 14h20
O120.01 - PILOT EXPERIENCE OF ECOLOGICAL RESTAURATION IN AN AREA OF PINUS PATULA IN THE REGIONAL NATURAL PARK PÁRAMO DE RABANAL, SACAMÁ – BOYACÁ (#14032)
Magda Liliana Chisacá Hurtado

14h20 – 14h40
O120.02 - CONTRIBUTIONS TO ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE FROM THE PARTICIPATORY ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION (#14034)
Miguel Pacheco

14h40 – 15h00
O120.03 - ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION OF STRATEGIC ECOSYSTEMS IN THE ARIGUANÍ RIVER BASIN (ALGARROBO AND FUNDACIÓN, MAGDALENA) (#14025)
Jessica Tatiana Cañón Páez

15h00 – 15h20
O120.04 - SOCIOECONOMIC IMPACTS OF THE ECUADORIAN FOREST RESTORATION NATIONAL PLAN (#13054)
Marina Mazón

15h20 – 15h40
O120.06 - SMALLHOLDERS’ MOTIVATIONS TO RESTORE FORESTS IN EASTERN BRAZILIAN AMAZON (#13882)
Joice Nunes Ferreira

CLOSING CEREMONY
6h00 - 17h30 / Room: Sonata 1+2

Farewell drinks

7th World Conference on Ecological Restoration
V Congreso Ibero-Americano y del Caribe de Restauración Ecológica
I Conferência Brasileira de Restauração Ecológica