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Forum Carpaticum 2016 Call for abstracts oficially announced!

Forum Carpaticum 2016: Future of the Carpathians: Smart, Sustainable, Inclusive
Bucharest, September 28-30, 2016
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Recent publications

Vanonckelen S., Van Rompaey A., 2015, Spatiotemporal Analysis of the Controlling Factors of Forest Cover Change in the Romanian Carpathian Mountains, Mountain Research and Development 35, 338-350.

Giriat D., Gorczyca E., Sobucki M., 2015,
Beaver ponds' impact on fluvial processes (Beskid Niski Mts., SE Poland), Science of The Total Environment 544, 339–353.

Malek Ž., Boerboom L., Glade T., 2015,
Future Forest Cover Change Scenarios with Implications for Landslide Risk: An Example from Buzau Subcarpathians, Romania, Environmental Management 56, 1228-1243.

Kłapyta P., Zasadni J., Pociask-Karteczka J., Gajda A., Franczak, P., 2015, Late Glacial and Holocene paleoenvironmental records in the Tatra Mountains, East-Central Europe, based on lake, peat bog and colluvial sedimentary data: A summary review. Quaternary International.

Ziółkowska E., Perzanowski K., Bleyhl B., Ostapowicz K., Kuemmerle K., 2016, Understanding unexpected reintroduction outcomes: Why aren't European bison colonizing suitable habitat in the Carpathians?, Biological Conservation 195, 106-117.

Kaim D., Kozak J., Kolecka N., Ziółkowska E., Ostafin K., Ostapowicz K., Gimmi U., Munteanu C.,  Radeloff V.C., 2016,
Broad scale forest cover reconstruction from historical topographic maps, Applied Geography 67, 39-48.

Munteanu C., Nita M.D., Abrudan I.V., Radeloff V.C., 2016,
Historical forest management in Romania is imposing strong legacies on contemporary forests and their management, Forest Ecology and Management 361, 179-193.

Geographia Polonica 88, 2015 – special issue on the timberline in the Carpathians

 
Events

Advances in research on the floristics and vegetation of the Carpato-Pannonian region
12-14 February, Budapest, HUNGARY
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Cracow Landscape Conference
29 July-1 June 2016, Krakow, POLAND
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EcoSummit 2016 Ecological Sustainability: Engineering Change
29 August-1 September 2016, Montpellier, FRANCE
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Student Conference on Conservation Science SCCS Hungary - Connecting Eastern and Western Europe in conservation biology
30 August-2 September 2016, Tihany, HUNGARY
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PECSRL 2016 – Mountains, uplands, lowlands. European landscapes from an altitudinal perspective
5-7 September 2016, Innsbruck, AUSTRIA
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International Conference 2016 Towards the Best Practice of River Restoration and Maintenance
21-23 September 2016, Krakow, POLAND
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Forum Carpaticum 2016 “Future of the Carpathians: Smart, Sustainable, Inclusive”
28-30 September 2016, Bucharest, ROMANIA
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Mountains 2016 – X European Mountain Convention
3-7 October 2016, Bragança, PORTUGAL
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EURAC Marie Skłodowska-Curie Week: 9-11th May 2016, Bolzano/Bozen/Italy
 
EURAC is interested in hosting Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellows (IF). Individual Fellowships fund researchers who are looking to enhance their career development and prospects by working abroad. IF follow a bottom-up approach, i.e. research fields are chosen freely by the applicants.
Applications for funding are made jointly by the researcher and the host organisations. In order to prepare a successful application with interested researchers, EURAC, as a future host, is organizing EURAC Marie Skłodowska-Curie Week, taking place from 9 to 11 May 2016 in Bolzano/Bozen. Over the course of the workshop, candidates work on the project proposal with experienced researchers from EURAC, get detailed information from MSC-IF fellows, and are trained by an MSC evaluator on the does-and-don'ts of the proposal phase.  
The deadline for application to participate in the EURAC MCS-Week is 15.03.2016. Please visit the event website at http://www.eurac.edu/msc-week in order to find out more.

Carpathian science (or not) related
 

1345 Chamois in Tatras
 

1345 – this is the number of chamois in the Polish and Slovak part of the Tatra Mountains according to the annual counting organised this winter. It is slightly less than in the last year, however, the form of the counting includes some level of uncertainty. That is why, it is assumed that the number of animals is stable. This international chamois monitoring is one of the oldest in the world. It is organised in similar form since 1957.


source: Wikipedia

The Science for the Carpathians (S4C) Newsflash is a quarterly publication sent out to the 400 addresses of the S4C Network. The next Newsflash is planned for May 2016. Please send us any information you want to be distributed to the network (target length 80-90 words). If you have documents to share please send us the web link rather than the document. To send questions or comments, or if you do not wish to receive this mailing, please reply to Dominik Kaim (dkaim@gis.geo.uj.edu.pl).

Sincerely yours,

Dominik Kaim, Jagiellonian University
Yurij Bihun, Director, Shelterwood Systems
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