Poster presentations are interactive and give conference attendees an opportunity to gain in-depth understanding directly from presenters. In line with the theme for the 2018 ISTF Conference, posters will represent projects that deal with socio-ecological complexity in tropical forest landscapes.
Below are the posters that will be presented at the 2018 ISTF conference:

2 February, Friday

Cocoa agroforestry systems as an alternative for landscape restoration and income generation in the Brazilian Amazon

Mariana Gomes Pereira, Solidaridad Network

Evaluation of important pests and diseases incidence over time in new tropical Acacia mangium​ plantation in East Borneo, Indonesia

Muhamad Nurhuda Nugraha, University of Missouri

Grow future forest
Jennifer Leigh Smith, Community Carbon Trees

Where the land goes: assessing land use change trends in Indonesia
Marissa Malahayati, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Priceless: Valuing Benefits from Sacred Natural Sites in Northern Ethiopia
Amy Yoelin, Colby College

Designing payments for ecosystem services as affected by socio-political complexity - the case of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan
Alamgir Khan GandapurPakistan Forest Institute

3 February, Saturday


Engaging upland farmers for forest rehabilitation through conservation farming villages approach
Catherine C. de Luna, University of the Philippines Los Baños

Growing pains: expanding eucalyptus plantations in Ethiopia’s Northern Highlands
David Ferguson, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Logging in protected areas: communities that flourish can inform those that struggle
Ana Luiz Violato Espada/Natalie Cooper, University of Florida

Incorporation over deforestation: cacao (Theobroma cacao) agroforestry as an alternative to papaya (Carica papaya) monocrop in Madre de Dios, Peru
David Klinges, Alliance for a Sustainable Amazon

Buying back nature
Christine Facella, Parsons School of Design

Challenges for restoring tropical peatlands: a case study from Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
Dyah Puspitaloka, Northern Arizona University