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eco.mont - Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management, Vol. 8 No. 2

This issue of eco.mont has an emphasis on articles with a comparative approach.

eco.mont 8/2

Peter Strasser takes a closer look at the many types of protection found in the Alpine Convention area. Chiao Yin et al. examine sh diversity across 14 nature reserves in Jiangxi Province, China. Isabelle Arpin et al. look at the role and diverse composition, organization, activities and formation of scienti c councils in protected areas in the Alps. Eduard Inglès Yuba et al. analyse governance in con ict situations triggered by sports practice in two protected mountain areas in Catalonia, Spain.

Daniel Kreiner and Alexander Mairinger look back on ten years of published research in Gesäuse National Park, with a thematic focus on management-relevant research as well as on vertebrates and higher plants within the forests. Joanna Siwek reports on the effect of wastewater from tourist lodges on the streams in Tatra National Park in Poland. Axel Borsdorf et al. track the encroachment of real estate activities on the Dunes of Concón, Chile. Michael Duda summarizes landscape management measures to support land snails in Wienerwald Bio- sphere Reserve. Several book reviews complement this issue.

Edition / Volume: 8/2
Pages: 78
Standard identifier: ISBN 978-3-7001-7990-0


  • Nature parks