Interdisciplinary Mountain Research - Young Scientists Conference Stelvio National Park, northern Italy, 29/09/2004 – 02/10/2004 POSTER PRESENTATIONS Thursday, 30th September Session 1 Chairman: Janette Walde LAND USE CHANGES TASSER E. & TAPPEINER U. (Italy): Landscape changes in selected alpine regions. OSTAPOWICZ K. (Poland): Changes in the mosaic of land use and land cover in the western part of the Beskidy Mts. LEITINGER G., TASSER E., TAPPEINER U., NEWESELY C. & CERNUSCA A. (Italy): Effects of land-use changes on snow gliding processes and the assessment of potential risk. MOTTET A., JULIEN M.P., GIBON A. & BALENT G. (France): Land use and ash tree colonisation in Pyrenean landscapes: an interdisciplinary case study. CAMPAGNE P., TATONI T. & ROCHE P. (France): Space-time analysis and biological functions of a mountain hedgerow network (Champsaur, French Alps). RUTHERFORD G.N., ZIMMERMANN N.E. & BEBI P. (Switzerland): Modelling land cover change in the Swiss Alps: scenarios for forest expansion on abandoned agricultural land. GELLRICH M., BAUR P. & ZIMMERMANN N. (Switzerland): Land abandonment and natural regeneration of forest in the Swiss mountains: A spatial econometric analysis. RIZZOLLI S. & STÖTTER J. (Austria): Landscape change in the Adige Valley between Merano and Salorno: damage potential analysis for flood risk. LANDSCAPE DYNAMICS MOSER B., GRÜNER V. & TASSER E. (ITALY): A sensitivity analysis of landscape fragmentation indices on municipality level in a mountain region. SZABLOWSKA-MIDOR A. (Poland): Environmental conditions of agricultural abandonment in the Polish Carpathians. STERNBACH E. & TASSER E. (Italy): Quantifying biodiversity of vegetation and landscape in the context of a regional sustainability monitoring system. WALZ A. (Switzerland): Deducing demand on land for spatially explicit landscape models within an integrated regional modelling framework. GRÜNER V. (Italy): Analysis of thematic and spatial accuracy of CORINE land cover data for regional sustainability monitoring. Interdisciplinary Mountain Research - Young Scientists Conference Stelvio National Park, northern Italy, 29/09/2004 – 02/10/2004 Session 2 Chairman: Harald Bugmann ECOSYSTEM DYNAMICS I SCHMITT M., BAHN M., DRÖSLER M., WOHLFAHRT G. & CERNUSCA A. (Austria): Carbon sequestration potential of mountain grassland ecosystems differing in land use. WEYERMANN I., PETER M., JEANNERET P. & LÜSCHER A. (Switzerland): Impact of grazing of different animal types on the botanical composition of grassland in the Alps. PETER, M., HOHL, M., JEANNERET, P., WALTER, T. & LÜSCHER, A. (Switzerland): Changes of grassland biodiversity over two decades in Grindelwald, northern Swiss Alps. BASSLER G., LICHTENECKER A. & NEUWIRTH J. (Austria): Influence of agri- environmental subsidies on management intensities and nature conservation values on grassland-fields - results of a case study in Austria. KAMPMANN D., HERZOG F., LÜSCHER A. & KONOLD W. (Switzerland): The divergence between ecological and agricultural values - Research in differently managed grassland systems in the Swiss Alps. DE CHAZAL J., QUÉTIER F. & LAVOREL S. (France): Categorising stakeholders through their identified ecosystem services in a sub-alpine agro- pastoral landscape, Southern Alps, France. GENELETTI D. (Italy): Forest assessment to support land-use planning: an expert panel-based approach in an alpine area. RICKEBUSCH S. (Switzerland): Modelling tree population dynamics at the alpine tree-line under different climate and land-use change scenarios. HINTNER C. & PIRCHER G. (Italy): Forest typology of South Tirol. The purpose of the project is to create a forest typology and forest type map for South Tyrol. CUNNINGHAM C.A. & BUGMANN H. (Switzerland): What controls growth of Norway spruce saplings in Swiss subalpine forests? Does snow duration matter? UPADHYAY TP. (Norway): Deforestation problems in a mountainous country - Nepal. Interdisciplinary Mountain Research - Young Scientists Conference Stelvio National Park, northern Italy, 29/09/2004 – 02/10/2004 Friday, 1st October Session 1 Chairman: Ulrike Tappeiner ECOSYSTEM DYNAMICS II ZISCHG A., KEILER M., FUCHS S., JUEN I., GEIST T. & WASTL M. (Austria): Recent and potential effects of climate change in the Stelvio National Park - ten years of investigations on permafrost degradation and related processes in high alpine areas. SALZMANN N., HOELZLE M., GRUBER S., HUGENTOBLER M. & HAEBERLI W. (Switzerland): The influence of different DTMs on the results of alpine permafrost modelling. ROGORA M., MOSELLO R. & MARCHETTO A. (Italy): Alpine lakes in a changing environment: chemical response of high-altitude lakes in the Alps to atmospheric deposition and climate change. SHAMA L.N.S. & ROBINSON C.T. (Switzerland): Lake order influences lotic macroinvertebrate community composition in a high alpine stream/lake network. GUEX D., NEDELCU M. & WEBER G. (Switzerland): Security, economic and ecological stakes in Swiss alpine floodplains. FETTE M., WEBER C., PETER A. & WEHRLI B. (Switzerland): Hydropower and river rehabilitation: Are ecological and economic interests compatible? CHAN J.H., LOW K.S., KHAIRULMAINI O.S. & CHOY F.K. (Malaysia): Agriculture, tourism and hydroelectric generation in Cameron Highlands: development pressure, environmental state and societal response. BERTERMANN D. (Germany): Creation of important components for a body of water development plan for a segment of the Fritzbach (Salzburger Land/Pongau). SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TROI A. & LUN G. (Italy): Analysis of high energy intensity of tourism in South Tyrol. LUN G. (Italy): Analysis of the stability of indices for the measurement of quality of life and sustainability, considering as example a study published in "Il Sole 24 Ore". YU L. (Singapore): Theoretical models for multi-agents anticommons. Interdisciplinary Mountain Research - Young Scientists Conference Stelvio National Park, northern Italy, 29/09/2004 – 02/10/2004 Session 2 Chairman: Christoph Hauser PROTECTED AREA MANAGEMENT OSTAPOWICZ K. & SZABLOWSKA-MIDOR A. (Poland): The influence of protected area management on the succession process in the Babiogórski National Park and its surroundings. LANGANKE T. & LANG S. (Austria): FCIR air-photo analysis in alpine protected areas. A case study from Berchtesgaden National Park integrating expert knowledge in semantic classification rules. POP O.G. (Romania): Development of a biodiversity monitoring programme for the Romanian protected areas. PADOA-SCHIOPPA E., BAIETTO M., MASSA R. & BOTTONI L. (Italy): Relationship between man and environment in Sagarmatha National Park (Everest, Nepal): preliminary assessment of tourism impact. CONSERVATION ISSUES BOTTINELLI E. (Italy): Use of defense techniques from predators in sheep breeding in Piemonte and in Abruzzo. LUDWIG G., HIK D.S., KARELS T. & BRYANT A.A. (Austria): The use of surrogate species in conservation biology - can hoary marmots help Vancouver Island marmots? RIEDL A., MERANER A., BARIC S., MEDGYESY N., LACKNER R., PELSTER B. & DALLA VIA J. (Italy): Genetic diversity of brown trout populations in Western Austria inferred from mitochondrial DNA sequences. HAMA A.M. & STÖTTER J. (Austria): The educational potential of the alpine environment. Case study Galtür, Austria. SCHMID B. (Germany): Environmental certification of skiing areas. Chances and restraints for communication. An empiric study on the example of the cable car company Planai-Hochwurzen in Schladming, Austria.
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