Partenaires : CNRS, INRAE, INSA Centre Val de Loire, Université d’Orléans, Université de Tours) ou socio-économique (Fibois, CNPF-IDF, ONF, UNISYLVA, Dream, VEGEPOLYS VALLEY, AgreenTechValley, CybeleTech. Le Studium et Centre Sciences sont également partenaires de ce projet.

Coordinateur : Frédéric Archaux, EFNO

Personnel BioForA impliqué : Brigitte Musch, Yves Rousselle

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Résumé :

Its strategic objectives are to
- To structure an academic forestry cluster of national and international scope around the notion of the sustainability of forestry production in the context of climate change,
- Strengthen synergies between academic and non-academic players in the region around this same objective and regional economic development,
- Consolidate regional teaching and training in the forestry-wood industry and, more broadly, in agrobiosciences.
Its operational objectives are to :
- Develop technologies (smartphone applications for professionals and the public) and set up participatory monitoring to characterize and track the state and dynamics of forest ecosystems,
- Monitor, manage and prevent the decline of the main tree species in the Centre-Val de Loire region, and contribute to their marketing,
- Develop methods and tools to support decision-making and know-how for precision and connected silviculture, which is multi-efficient (economically, ecologically and socially) at regional, national and European levels.
Over the three years of the program (mid-2021 to mid-2024), research will focus on oaks and pines, the main species of economic interest

The SYCOMORE program comprises 5 actions (Governance; Socio-economic development; Partnership dynamics; Scientific and technical culture; Training) and 3 research projects on forest dieback and renewal in the region, to make them more resilient in the face of climate change.

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Modification date: 24 October 2023 | Publication date: 25 July 2023 | By: BV