Training for partners and staff
Training videos include: Planting cocoon training, root development analyses method, soil sampling methodology, spontaneous vegetation monitoring and reforestation monitoring methodology. Furthermore, Life Nieblas’ technical team will continue to produce training videos wherever there is a need for them in the future. Additionally, more videos can be found under menu media/video gallery.
Cocoon implementation methodology
In this video, we explain step by step how to install a Cocoon developed by LIFE The Green Link https://thegreenlink.eu/es/inicio/ . This videos is part of Life Nieblas (www.lifenieblas.com) action A4 in regards to dissemination and training for staff and technicians.
Root development monitoring will shade some light into our reforestations development underground. This also allows us to find out more about the impact that different soil profiles may have on particular forests. Here you will learn how to evaluate root systems growth.
Soil Sampling Methodology
Soil smapling will tell us about characterists found in a particular area in terms physical conditions, fertility (nutrient) status, and chemical properties that affect their suitability as plant growing media. Here you will learn a simple method on how to take soil samples.
Spontaneous Vegetation Monitoring
Spontaneous vegetation development will allow us to undertand natural passive development at our restoration site. Here you will learn how to undertake this ecological survey.
Reforestation Monitoring Methodology
Reforestation monitoring is crucial to ensure that our reforested areas have a healthy development. This also allows us to find out more about the impact that different reforestation methodologies have on particular forests. Here you will learn how to evaluate plant growth.
Wind Tunnel Construction
How our partners from ICIA and ULL have designed and built a wind tunnel for lab testing phase of the Innovative Fog water collector (i-FWC)
Lab testing on the wind tunnel
An ICIA engineer showing how the wind tunnel used to develop the i-FWC works.