Open Science Conference "Global Change in Mountain Regions"

Jueves, 2 Diciembre, 2004 - 00:00

Durante el 1 y el 5 de octubre se estará desarrollando la Conferencia de la Ciencia: Cambios globales en regiones de montaña.

Esta conferencia será la primera oportunidad para los científicos y los encargados del ecosistema que se refieren a impactos globales del cambio en regiones de montaña para oír resultados, intercambiar información, y discutir las actividades comunes al futuro.

Open Science
Conference: Global Change in Mountain Regions

Perth, Scotland, UK, 1-5 October

A conference for:

  • All researchers (physical, biological and social scientists, self-identified
    as "mountain" or not) who can contribute to
    1) analysis and dissemination of
    the results of past and ongoing research on global change in mountain regions;
    2) preparation of an integrative research strategy for mountain regions
    that will effectively address the challenges of the 21st Century.

  • Those managers and scientists interested in and responsible for Mountain
    Biosphere Reserves (MBRs), to develop a strategy for implementing global change
    research in MBRs around the world.

Expected outcomes:

  • communication of new results between scientists and researchers working in
    the mountains of both industrialised and developing countries around the world

  • a framework for long-term research on global change that can be implemented
    in Mountain Biosphere Reserves and other mountain locations in both
    industrialised and developing countries.


  • Keynote addresses

  • Plenary presentations

  • Sessions for contributed papers on global change; drivers, impacts&

  • Special sessions

  • Symposium on integrated research projects

  • Synthesis: a global change strategy for mountain regions

Dates for submission of proposed panels, papers and

Period for submission of proposed sessions: 01.01.05 - 31.01.05
Period for
submission of abstracts for presented papers and posters: 15.03.05 -

Work regions: 
Mountain Ranges: 

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