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The HAMMER Project

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Normal 0 21 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE In May, TAMK had seven partners from Italy, Spain, France, Belgium and Finland attending an International Forestry Week to further develop 'The HAMMER' project.  HAMMER (Harvesting with Marteloscope Methodology in an European Ring) is a digital application which enables forestry students and professionals to share information of forest plots, monitor forest growth and diversity , simulate cutting decisions and overall improve forest management. The application is projected to be launched in June 2016. HAMMER participants from left: Piero Bolognese, Philippe Jego, Ari Vanamo, Aniko Horvath, Javier Cordal, Christine Sanchez, Gianni Mao, Rocio Alvarez, Louis Maire, Ruben Garrido, Raquel Fernandez and Manne Viljamaa Normal 0 21 false false false FI X-NONE X-NONE   - Currently we are preparing a user manual for the application. We have a vision for our project when schools all over Europe use it to educate their students more efficiently, Philippe Jego, Co-ordinator of the HAMMER Project commented.  Teachers in forestry programme can teach their students and assess their understanding simply by simulating forest cutting decisions using the app, which records the present situation of forests, and the future economics of transformation. More information on the HAMMER project: www.hammer-project.eu

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