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The 2018 impact factor of IAWA Journal is released
On June 20, 2019, the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) released the Journal Citation Reports (JCR) and impact factors for 2019.
Open access of IAWA-IUFRO symposium 2019 presentations
With the agreement of speakers in the IAWA-IUFRO symposium 2019, the pdf files of 3 keynote lectures and 23 oral prensentations are now available on the IAWA website
Special Offers of IAWA Publications
Most stocks of IAWA Journal special issues and IAWA Journal supplements are currently housed in Leiderdorp, the Netherlands, in a private apartment. IAWA Members have the opportunity to order any of these publications,
Call for Bailey Award Nominations 2019
Irving Widmore Bailey (18841967) was one of the greatest wood anatomists of all time. His publications on xylem evolution, cambium and wood formation, cell wall ultrastructure, fossil woods, tree pathology, vestured pits, wood identification
Open access of 40 papers for 40th anniversary of IAWA Journal
To celebrate 40th anniversary of IAWA Journal, Brill is offering free access until 1 May 2020 to 40 recent papers, hand-picked by the outgoing and incoming Editors in Chief, Elisabeth Wheeler, Pieter Baas, Lloyd Donaldson, and Marcelo Pace.
Digitalization of Tropical Woods (1925–1960) is completed
Dr. Jugo Ilic, the IAWA member from Melbourne, Australia, has completed the digitalization of Tropical Woods issued from19251960 and transfered them to the IAWA Beijing Office. These Tropical Woods include some important classical papers, an
A 2019 Calendar for Wood Anatomists
Plants With A Past. Inside Fossil Woods. Each month features multiple photomicrographs of fossil and modern woods. The calendar gives the dates of Arbor Days worldwide, birth dates of I.W. Bailey, C.R. Metcalfe, L. Chalk, and others
Wood Collection of Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Brazil requests registration
A recent request was received from Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Brazil for registration of its wood collection. The wood collection founded in 2009 contains 1,500 specimens, 40 genera of native and introduced species of Brazil.
Special Issue on Vessel Elements – Identification of Asian Timbers available for the IAWA Office
The identification of timbers used in pulp and paper is becoming increasingly important for the implementation of national and international legislation that forbids the use of illegally logged or endangered species. This Atlas portrays and
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