June 15th - 25th, 2022
Rapide-Danseur, Quebec, Canada
Ten days of activities and workshops about dendroecology
The 31st Annual North American Dendroecological Fieldweek (NADEF) will be held at the Lake Duparquet Research and Teaching Forest (UQAT-UQAM, Rapide-Danseur, Quebec). With about 50 participants, this annual activity brings together a diverse group of international researchers, students and professionals to discuss and teach research topics and techniques related to dendroecology. The fieldweek will run from June 15th through June 25th and registration fees will be $1300 US ($1600 CAD) per student and $1500 US ($1850 CAD) per professional. Students should send a photocopy of their student ID with their registration. Registration fee includes room and board for the entire week.
Registration fees are due by May 31, 2022.
During NADEF, teaching and research projects will be supervised by experienced researcher.
NADEF organizers are still in the process of planning NADEF 2022, but here are some of the potential groups in addition to an advanced group for experimented participants:
Accommodations and research station
488 chemin du Balbuzard
Rapide-Danseur (QC) Canada
C.P 460, J0Z 3G0
Group leaders / Instructors
Raquel ALFARO SÁNCHEZ
Wilfrid Laurier University
University of Nevada
Mount Royal University
University of Idaho
Penn State University
Miguel MONTORO GIRONA
Indiana State University
(in person or online conferences)
Jill E. HARVEY
Thompson Rivers University
UQAM and Téluq
University of Toronto
The local UQAT-UQAM organizing committee is composed by:
Associated conferences and networks
NADEF will precede the conference AmeriDendro2022, which will bring together all members of the tree ring community from the Americas and abroad.
AmeriDendro2022 will be held in Montreal on June 27th -July 1st 2022. Participants to NADEF are encouraged to join the conference.
Picture credits: Fabio Gennaretti, Miguel Montoro Girona, Jeanny Thivierge-Lampron, Dorian Gaboriau