Schlagwort-Archive: Forschung

Tagung Biodiversiät in Osttirol (29.-30.9.2017)

Vom 29.-30.9.2017 veranstaltet REVITAL in Nußdorf-Debant (Osttirol) eine Tagung zum Thema „Biodiversität in Osttirol“.
Die Tagung widmet sich verschiedensten Naturkunde-Themen in Osttirol und der näheren Umgebung (Kärnten, Salzburg, Südtirol). Neben der Präsentation von Forschungsergebnissen in dieser Region dient die Tagung vor allem dem Informations- und Erfahrungsaustausch sowie der Netzwerksbildung. Die Tagung soll künftig in regelmäßigen Abständen stattfinden und findet in den Räumlichkeiten von REVITAL in Nußdorf-Debant statt.

Nach einer eintägigen Vortragsreihe und Posterpräsentationen wird am zweiten Tag eine Exkursion in Osttirol unternommen.

Nähere Informationen können Sie dem beiliegenden Informationsblatt Infoblatt_Tagung_Biodiversität_Osttirol sowie unserer Homepage (www.revital-ib.at/de/akademie) entnehmen.

6th International Symposium for Research in Protected Areas 2017

National Parks Austria (www.nationalparksaustria.at) and Hohe Tauern National Park (www.hohetauern.at) are pleased to invite you to present your latest protected areas research at the
6th International Symposium for Research in Protected Areas, 2 – 4 November 2017.
The symposium will be held at the Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Salzburg, Austria.
A Particitpation without presenting results of research is possible.
www.nationalparksaustria.at/symposium2017
Registration until 27.3.2017

Aims
At this symposium researchers, protected areas managers, as well as individuals from government, business, non-governmental organizations and the general public, who are interested in protected areas, may present and discuss topics which are highly significant for protected areas and are currently taken up by research. The manifold aspects of the interrelation between protection aims, protected area management and the impacts on nature, society and the regional economy in times of transition form the general thematic base of this international conference, held every four years since 1996.

Six of Austria’s most ecologically valuable regions have been designated as national parks. They reflect the great diversity of this Central European country: high mountains, forests, water and riparian marshes, and steppes. Austria is part of two biogeographic regions: the alpine and the continental, and most of the Austrian national parks are part of two important regional networks for protected areas: ALPARC and DanubePARKS. In close cooperation with these regional networks, and supported by scientific institutions, we are looking for entries across the entire geographic region from the Western Alps to the Danube Delta.