Thematic sessions

Biodiversity 1: Modeling spatial aspects of Carpathian biodiversity

Biodiversity 2: Species and habitat diversity of the Carpathians

Climate variability and changes

Conservation management as a tool for protecting Carpathian values

Forest Ecology 1

Forest Ecology 2

From Knowledge to Action

Human dimension of nature management

Impacts of climate change and air pollution on vegetation

Land use and land cover change 1: Remote sensing perspective

Land use and land cover change 2:  Case studies

Landforms dynamics and recent soils changes

Mountains and tourism development

River functioning and management



ORAL PRESENTATIONS may last 10 minutes, they will be followed by a discussion of 5 minutes.

POSTERS will be displayed in separate rooms of the venue. Their contents may be presented at the end of related thematic session (see below) in the room of the session, i.e. not by the poster itself. Every thematic session has allocated time for these flash presentations (cca. 2 minutes each, 1-2 slides), but the number of flash presentations will depend on the total available time. 


At the end of the POSTER / ORAL PRESENTATION, please include 1-2 conclusions for representatives of policy, management and practice if applicable to the topic of the presentation.


Please prepare at least 10 copies of a 1-page summary of the POSTER results to make them available for interested participants during the Forum Carpaticum 2012.



Biodiversity 1: Modeling spatial aspects of Carpathian biodiversity


1. Filippo Favilli, Christian Hoffmann, Julia Böhnisch, Thomas Streifeneder

Ecological Connectivity in the Carpathians - GIS model to detect the permeability of the Carpathians for particular “Umbrella Species”.

2. Elżbieta Ziółkowska, Katarzyna Ostapowicz, Katarzyna Bojarska, Nuria Selva

Landscape continuum model:  A case study for the brown bear (Ursus arctos) in the Carpathians.

3. Kajetan Perzanowski

Wisent – a potential umbrella species, universal for the whole Carpathian eco-region.

4. Martin Mikoláš, Marek Svitok

Habitat requirements of capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus rudolfi Dombrowski, 1912) in the lek centers in Romania and its anthropic threat.

5. Maria Simpson, Bohdan Prots

Potential Distribution of Non-Native, Highly Invasive Plant Species in the Ukrainian Carpathians: Habitat Suitability Modeling under Scenarios of Climate and Land-Use Change.

6. Dmytro Karabchuk, William S. Keeton, Myroslav Horoshko

Ground-Based Estimation of Aboveground Live Biomass in Spruce Forests.



1. Stela Jendrišáková, Vladimíra Vargová, Zuzana Kováčiková

Species diversity of grassland in the Veľká Fatra National Park.

2. Dragos Postolache, Irina Goia, Ghizela Vonica, Flaviu Popescu, Ovidiu Badea

Vegetation biodiversity assessment in Retezat LTER-sites.

3. Marilena Onete, Roxana Ion, Minodora Manu, Viorica Honciuc

Brebu cliffs (Romanian Sub-Carpathians) ecological researches – scratch line for practical approaches.

4. Agnieszka Gajda

Estimation of riparian vegetation’s growth in upper Vistula river basin.

5. Ewelina D. Mocior

Diversity of landscape corridors in low mountain area (Bieszczady Mountains, Eastern Carpathians).

6. Miriam Vlachovičová

The spatial distribution of birds in lowland agricultural landscape of the SW part of Slovakia


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Biodiversity 2: Species and habitat diversity of the Carpathians


1. Krisztián Katona, László Szemethy, Norbert Bleier, Márk Hajdu

Can selective deer browsing be considered as damage in Carpathian forests?

2. Peter Gajdoš, Lenka Dankaninová, Stanislav David

Diversity of the epigeic spider communities of the historical structures of agricultural landscape in Slovak part of Carpathians.

3. Oliviu Grigore Pop

Scree slopes vegetation monitoring, a tool for habitats management in Piatra Craiului National Park (Romania).

4. Oksana Omelchuk, Bohdan Prots , Peter M. Van Bodegom

Dispersal of Plant Diaspores along Carpathian River Corridors.

5. Katalin Török, Rita Engel, Edit Kovács-Láng

Creating a Network of Knowledge for biodiversity and ecosystem services.



1. Ivan Baláž, Michal Ambros, Imrich Jakab

Altitude effect on small mammals (Eulipotyphla, Rodentia) in the High Tatras National Park.

2. Katarína Gerhátová, Stanislav David

Significance of Habitat Characteristics of Amphibians.

3. Minodora Manu , Ion Stelian, Marilena Onete

Soil mite associations (Acari: Mesostigmata: Gamasina) from natural forests from Bucegi Massif – Romania.

4. Otakar Holuša

Results of research of Psocoptera (Insecta) in the Carpathians Mts. - a model group for biodiversity study in forest ecosystems.

5. Otakar Holuša, Kateřina Holušová

What do we know about the largest european dragonfly Cordulegaster heros (Odonata: Cordulegastridae) in the Carpathian Mts.?

6. Ferenc Pál-Fám, Lajos Benedek, Viktor Papp

Polypores from the Eastern Carpathians (Transylvania, Romania) I. Polyporaceae s. l.

7. Inna Kvakovska

Protection of the biodiversity of meadow communities on the territory of the Uzhansky National Nature Park.

8. Andrej Halabuk, Andrej Bača, Stanislav David, Katarína Gerhátová, Ľuboš Halada, František Kohút, Juraj

Lieskovský, Matej Mojses, Zuzana Ponecová, Jaromír Záhora

Effect of experimental warming and nitrogen deposition on alpine grassland ecosystem in the Low Tatra Mts., Slovakia.


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Climate variability and changes


1. Saskia E. Werners, Ernst Bos, Kristijan Civic, Orieta Hulea, Lawrence Jones-Walters, Aleksandra Kovbasko,

Eddy Moors, Ilse Van De Velde, Franca Wit

Carpathian integrated assessment of vulnerability to climate change and ecosystem-based adaptation measures: the CARPIVIA project.

2. Sándor Szalai, Gabor Bálint, Lajos Csepi

In-depth assessments of vulnerability of environmental resources and ecosystem-based adaptation measures in the Carpathian Region.

3. Amanda R. Egan, William S. Keeton, Cecilia M. Danks, Ihor Soloviy

Assessing capacity for community-based forest carbon projects in the Carpathian Mountain region, Ukraine.

4. Marián Melo, Anna Kružicová

Shifts in climatic regions in the Tatra Mts. and the surrounding area based on Köppen and Konček classifications.

5. Marek Chabior, Anita Bokwa

Evaluation of Biothermic Conditions of the Wieliczka Foothills in the Years 1991-2010 Using UTCI Index.



1. Sándor Szalai, Pavol Nejedlik, Pavel Štastný, Katarina Mikulová, Tamás Szentimrey, Zita Bihari, Mónika


Climate of the Carpathian Region, a project for a high resolution harmonized gridded database.

2. Anna Pribullová,, Pavol Faško, Helena Hlavatá, Miroslav Chmelík

Precipitation variability in the High Tatra Mts.


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Conservation management as a tool for protecting Carpathian values


1. Nuria Selva, Tomasz Zwijacz-Kozica, Agnieszka Sergiel, Agnieszka Olszańska, Filip Zięba

The brown bear management plan for Poland: needs of a transboundary population.

2. Eva Streberová

A sustainability challenge: Managing the Tatra National Park and Biosphere Reserve in the past, now and in the future.

3. Jana Špulerová, Marta Dobrovodská, Dagmar Štefunková, Andrej Bača, Juraj Lieskovský

Why should we preserve historical agricultural landscape?

4. Jan Knorn , Tobias Kuemmerle , Volker C. Radeloff , Patrick Griffiths , Adrian Hagatis, Vladimir Gancz , Iovu-

Adrian Biriş , Patrick Hostert

Continuous loss of European temperate old-growth forests in the Romanian Carpathians despite an increasing protected area network.

5. Katalin Mázsa, Ferenc Horváth

Survey and research in the Hungarian forest reserves – a review.

6. Marine Elbakidze, Per Angelstam, Robert Axelsson

Legal recognition of biosphere reserves as learning sites for sustainable development? Case studies in the Ukrainian Carpathians and Sweden.



1. Ivan Vološčuk

The management principles of the Carpathians primeval beech forests as World Heritage Sites.

2. Stanislav David

Protected area Šándorky – the site with remarkable xerotherm vegetation at the southern foot of the Štiavnické vrchy hills (SW Slovakia).

3. Emil Marinescu, Sandu Boengiu, Sidonia Marinescu

Habitat Fragmentation and Connectivity in the Central Part of the Southern Carpathians.

4. Kateřina Holušová

A case of evaluation of some forest small-scale protected areas from Western Carpathians in Czech Republic.


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Forest Ecology 1


1. Pavol Polák, Marián Jasík

Identification and protection of old growth forests in Slovakia.

2. David Janik, Pavel Unar, Tomáš Vrška, Dušan Adam, Kamil Král, Pavel Šamonil, Libor Hort

Tracking Abies alba and Fagus sylvatica over 30 years in Western Carpathians.

3. Ion Barbu, Catalina Barbu

Structure and functions dynamics in the Carpathian forests of Bucovina, during the last century.

4. Bogdan Mihai, Ionut Savulescu, Ionut Sandric, Zenaida Chitu

Accessibility modeling and forest management in Iezer Mountains, Southern Carpathians, Romania.

5. Jiri Novak, Marian Slodicak, Dusan Kacalek, David Dusek

Change of species composition – possible solution to the current decline of spruce monocultures in the Moravsko-slezske Beskydy Mts.

6. Lyudmyla D. Zahvoyska, Yurij M. Debrynyuk, Iuliia V. Shvediuk

Multicriteria optimization of forestation policy with a focus to Ukrainian Carpathians.


1. Miroslav Svoboda

Can we define historical range of variability in temperate mountain spruce forests of Central Europe.

2. Zuzana Homolová , Zuzana Kyselová

The vegetation dynamics after windstorm in the High Tatra Mts.

3. Otakar Holuša, Kateřina Holušová

Application of Sustainable forest management system in the mountain forests in the Ukrainian Carpathians Mts.

4. Dominik Karkosz, Artur Szymczyk, Oimahmad Rahmonov, Leszek Majgier, Tomasz Parusel

Changes of forest cover in the Silesian Beskidy Mountains over the last 230 years.


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Forest Ecology 2


1. Tomáš Hlásny, Ivan Barka, Zuzana Sitková, Tomáš Bucha

Inter- and intra-annual variability of forest vigour response to climate in the West Carpathians: Experimental use of MODIS satellite imagery.

2. Marcin Jachym, Wanda Kowalik, Stanisław Niemtur

The study of NDVI index for Silesian and Zywiec Beskids forest health.

3. Magdalena Main-Knorn, Warren B. Cohen, Robert E. Kennedy, Wojciech Grodzki, Patrick Griffiths, Patrick


Estimation of coniferous forest biomass change using a Landsat trajectory-based approach.

4. Stanisław Niemtur, Elzbieta Chomicz, Mariusz Kapsa

Computer tomography in threat assessment of Silver fir (Abies alba Mill.) by wood rot on protected areas in Polish mountains.

5. Katarzyna Ostapowicz, Elżbieta Ziółkowska

Assessment of forest spatial pattern and its changes using integrated landscape model: the Carpathians case study.

6. Yurij Bihun, Bohdan Magura, Oleg Styranivsky, Bernhard Wolfshlehner, Karl Stampfer

Creating Guidelines for Implementing Reduced Impact Logging and Advance Sustainable Forest Management in the Ukrainian Carpathians.


1. Per Angelstam, Marine Elbakidze, Tibor Standovar, Ileana Patru-Stupariu

Identifying functional green infrastructures in the Carpathian Mountains: assessments of forest loss, alteration, continuity and connectivity.

2. Anna Gazda, Stanisław Miścicki, Kazimierz Chwistek

Rich, richer the richest?: Biomass and tree species diversity in Western Carpathians natural forest versus Białowieża natural lowland forest.

3. Oleh Chaskovskyy, Mykola Korol, Mykola Chernjavskyy

Virgin and old-growth forests of the Ukrainian Carpathians, their structure models and detection criteria.

4. Ladislav Kulla, Štefan Šmelko, Ivan Sačkov

A new concept of data acquisition for forest management in Slovakia.


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From Knowledge to Action


1. Pavel Cudlín, Tereza Müllerová, Radek Plch, Lenka Štěrbová, Renata Včeláková, Martin Čermák

DPSIR indicators of the Beskydy forest landscape as a tool for the Data-Knowledge-Action cycle

2. Ladislav Miko, Michael Hošek, Karel Chobot

Species occurrence database of Nature Conservation Agency  - biodiversity documentation instrument: example of oribatid mites (Acarina, Oribatida) in Czech Carpathians.

3. Maria Nijnik, Anatoliy Nijnik And Ihor Soloviy

Building bridges between the developing of knowledge, implementing policies and improving practices to link nature protection with the socio-economic development in the Ukrainian Carpathians.

4. Zita Izakovičová, Peter Bezák

Identification and analysis of representative landscape types in the Slovak republic.



1. Tamara Malkova

Green innovations in agriculture and cultural traditions in the Ukrainian Carpathians.

2. Marian Minarovic, Natalia Shovkoplias

The Methodology of Cultural, Historical and Social Topography (CHST) as a precondition for the preservation and maintaining of natural, historical and cultural identity and diversity in the mountain areas.

3. Zita Izakovičová, Milena Moyzeová

An example of transport of the scientific knowledge in the real practice.


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Human dimension of nature management


1. Livia Bizikova, Maria Nijnik And Tatiana Kluvankova – Oravska

Examining synergies and conflicts in social, ecological and economic interactions in the Slovenský Raj National Park.

2. Alina Eva Szabo, Brandon P. Anthony

Toward incorporating human dimensions information into large carnivore management decisions – the case of the Rodna Mountains National Park, Romania.

3. Alina Ioniță

Integrating the human dimension of nature protected area management into practice. Reflections from a case study in Romania.

4. Veronika Chobotová and Tatiana Kluvánková-Oravská

Robustness, vulnerability and adaptive capacity of long surviving traditional forestry institutions in central Europe.

5. Peter Bezák, Marta Dobrovodská

Stakeholders’ perception of traditional agricultural landscape and its management (3 Slovak case studies).

6. Žiga Malek, Dagmar Schröter, Anthony Patt

Identification of Ecosystem Services in the Subcarpathians of Buzău County in Romania.



1. Alexandru Bănică, Marinela Istrate,

Small towns in the Romanian Carpathians – peripheral spaces searching for their urban identity.

2. Miroslaw Mika, Jolanta Petko

Second homes in the vicinity of national parks in the Polish Carpathians - an inevitable urbanisation?

3. Tatiana Kluvánková-Oravská

Fragile Adaptive Governance?  Carpathian Forest and the Market .


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Impacts of climate change and air pollution on vegetation


1. Vlasta Jankovská

West Carpathians in the Last Glacial Period and Early Holocene (vegetation, climate and landscape character).

2. Jarosław Socha, Andrzej Suchanek, Jan Lach

Modelling the effect of climate change on the site conditions for dominant forest forming tree species in Western Carpathians.

3. Andrzej Bytnerowicz, Ovidiu Badea, Wojciech Grodzki, Bogumir Lomsky and Tibor Priwitzer

Interactive effects of changing climate and air pollution on the Carpathian forests – evaluation of present and future risks.

4. Diana Silaghi,, Ovidiu Badea,, Ion Barbu

Trees’ growth and health status under air pollution effects in Southern Carpathians (Retezat National Park) in 2010 growing season.

5. Svetlana Bičárová, Peter Fleischer, Hana Pavlendová

Ozone air pollution in mountain areas of Europe.

6. Karel Klem, Petr Holub, Jiří Kubásek, Petra Holišová, Kristýna Večeřová,  Petra Rajsnerová, Otmar Urban

Interactive effects of UV radiation and drought on physiological and morphological parameters in selected species of the mountain grassland .



1. Petr Holub, Ivan Tůma, Jaroslav Záhora, Karel Fiala

Interannual variability in plant below-ground biomass in a mountain grassland affected by manipulated rainfall.

2. Wojciech Grodzki , Sławomir Ambroży

Radziejowa in the Carpathians - forest biodiversity response to climate change (case study).

3. Jana Borovská

Impact of Increased Inputs of Nitrogen and Phosphorus On an Alpine Grassland Ecosystem.


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Land use and land cover change 1: Remote sensing perspective


1. Patrick Griffiths, Tobias Kuemmerle, Jan Knorn, Patrick Hostert

Pixel-based compositing approaches for fine-scale land cover change mapping across the entire Carpathian ecoregion – first results.

2. Barbara Jaśkowiec

Land cover changes in the northern Carpathians with MODIS data.

3. Andrej Halabuk, František Kohút, Matej Mojses

Land surface phenology of Carpathian sub-alpine and alpine grasslands based on 10-year MODIS NDVI Series.

4. Eszter Tanács, Ilona Bárány-Kevei

NDVI-based analysis of the effect of precipitation on forests in Aggtelek Karst, Hungary.



1. Jan Hanuš, František Zemek, Tomáš Fabiánek, Jan Novotný, Miroslav Pikl

Airborne hyperspectral remote sensing – potential, data processing and quality indicators.

2. Laura Tîrlă, Elena Matei, Iuliana Vijulie, Roxana Cuculici

Analysis of the vegetation cover in the eastern Căpățânii Mountains (Southern Carpathians, Romania) between 1973 – 2005 using remote sensing and GIS data.


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Land use and land cover change 2:  Case studies


1. Catalina Munteanu, Urs Gimmi , Dominik Kaim, Geza Kiraly, Eva Konkoly-Gyuro, Jacek Kozak, Tobias

Kuemmerle, Ľuboš Halada, Martin Boltižiar, Juraj Lieskovsky, Dezső Nagy, Krzystof Ostafin, Katarzyna Ostapowicz, Oleksandra Shandra, Mateusz Troll, Volker C. Radeloff

A metaanalysis of drivers and patterns of land use change in the Carpathians and the Carpathian Basin.

2. Dominik Kaim

Land use and land cover change in the Polish Carpathians – analysis of the ground-based repeat photography.

3. Anatoliy Smaliychuk

Land cover change in low mountain landscapes of Lviv Oblast (Ukrainian Carpathians) during last three decades.

4. Wojciech Maciejowski

The models of the upper Wisłoka catchment area landscape changes in the 20th and at the beginning of the 21st century.



1. Martina Cebecauerová, Anna Kidová, Milan Lehotský, Ján Novotný, Peter Skubinčan

Riparian zone of water streams in Slovakia – global and local aspects of land cover changes and the future trends.

2. Juraj Hreško, Diana Kanásová, Gabriel Bugár, Štefan Sereda, František Petrovič

Regionalisation of landscape archetypes.

3. Dagmar Stefunkova, Marta Dobrovodska, Jana Špulerova , Matej Mojses, František Petrovič

Traditional Agricultural Landscapes in the Slovak Part of the Carpathians – an  Example of Land Use Research on Local Level.

4. Wojciech Maciejowski, Joanna Więcław-Michniewska

The changes of land-use in Dukla municipality after 1945 against natural and socio-economic determinants.

5. Adrian Grozavu, Mihai Ciprian Mărgărint, Mihai Niculiţă

The dynamics of land use in the middle sector of the Moldova river drainage basin (Eastern Carpathians, Romania).


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Landforms dynamics and recent soils changes


1. Peter Fleischer, Peter Fleischer Jr., Henk Eshuis

Soil respiration in Norway spruce forest after large-scale natural disturbances in the High Tatra Mts.

2. Mihai Ciprian Mărgărint, Adrian Grozavu, Cristian Valeriu Patriche

Modelling the influence of reforestations on landslide susceptibility. Case study: the Topoliţa hydrographic basin (Moldavian Subcarpathians, Romania).

3. Marcel Mindrescu, Simon Hutchinson, Angelica Feurdean, Anton Brancelj,   Ionut-Alexandru

Interdisciplinary investigations of the laminated sediments in the Iezer-Feredeu and Bolătău-Feredeu lakes, Romania.

4. Alexander Mkrtchian

The analysis of relations between land surface morphometry and spectral characteristics of ecosystems in Ukrainian Carpathians.

5. Antonín Kintl, Jaroslav Záhora, Ivan Tůma, Lukáš PlošekPetr Holub , Ľuboš Halada, František

Availability of soil mineral nitrogen in alpine meadow at the Salatín locality in the Western Tatra Mts.

6. Agnieszka Nowak, Natalia Tokarczyk

Evaluation of soil resilience to anthropopressure based on Multicriteria Landscape Assessment and Optimisation (MULBO) method in Ropa Municipality (Beskid Niski Mt.) – preliminary results.



1. Lucian Drăguţ, Ovidiu Csillik, Andrei Dornik, Florina Ardelean, Ionuț Zisu

Fundamental surface elements on digital elevation models.

2. Florina Ardelean, Marcel Török-Oance, Lucian Drăguț

Object-based detection of planation surfaces from Digital Elevation Models. Case study Țarcu Mountains, Southern Carpathians, Romania.

3. Juraj Hreško, Gabriel Bugár, Jozef  Mačutek, Diana Kurucová, František Petrovič

Consequences of avalanches, debris flows and nivation processes to the alpine landscape changes in the Tatra Mts., Slovakia.

4. Pavol Kenderessy, Juraj Lieskovský

Assessment of the impact of soil erosion on soil properties in vineyards- case study Vráble viticulture district, Slovakia.

5. Dan Lesenciuc , Cristi Nicu

The GPR Utilization (ground penetrating radar) for the estimation of the clogging rate of Lake Iezer from Obcinele Bucovinei (the Romanian Carpathians).

6. Ivan Kruhlov, Roman Kulachkovskyy, Anatoliy Smaliychuk

Rule-based delineation of landform elements for the Carpathian low-medium mountains using SRTM data.

7. Gabriel Bugár, Juraj Hreško, František Petrovič

Landscape dynamics in landslide areas.


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Mountains and tourism development


1. Mircea Voiculescu, Florentina Popescu

Analyzing Climate Warming Trends in Ski Areas of the Southern Carpathians Using Indices Derived from Climatic and Remote Sensed Data. Case Study: the Bucegi Mountains.

2. Gabriela Ilies, Marin Ilies

Wooden sacred architecture in Maramures Land – iconic significance for tourism planning strategies.

3. Elena Matei, Laura Tîrlă, Gabriela Manea, Iuliana Vijulie

Urban, Environmental and Tourism Indices Used in Evaluation of the Tourist Development Opportunities. Case Study: The Romanian Carpathian Small Towns.

4. Antonín Vaishar, Mária Pákozdiová

Social geographical comparison of peripheral regionsin Eastern Moravia (CZ) and Banat (RO).

5. Liviu Apostol, Adrian Ursu, Ludovic-Ştefan Kocsis, Lucian Sfîcă, Viorel Paraschiv

The old narrow gauge railways, an almost lost opportunity for mountain tourism in Romania.



1. Lidiya Hryniv

Recreation specialization of Carpathian region of Ukraine: Transdisciplinary approach to sustainability.

2. Robert Pawlusinski

Models of Sustainable Tourism Development in Babia Gora Biosphere Reserve.

3. Jan Zimnol

Bioclimatological differences in similar spas in the Carpathians.


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River functioning and management


1. Stanisław Małek, Michał Jasik

Physical and chemical parameters of water springs in the immediate vicinity of the fertilized soils in the spruce stands on experimental plots in the Beskid Śląski and Żywiecki Mts.

2. Milan Lehotský, Milan Frandorfer,  Anna Kidová,  Miloš Rusnák

Some insights into present evolution of  river morphology - case study of  braided and mixed bedrock-alluvial river.

3. Bartłomiej Wyżga, Joanna Zawiejska

Without data to knowledge?, without knowledge to practice: poor effects of the 20th-century management of Polish Carpathian rivers.

4. Joanna Zawiejska, Bartłomiej Wyżga, Hanna Hajdukiewicz, Artur Radecki-Pawlik, Paweł Oglęcki, Antoni


How to get environmentally meaningful results from hydromorphological assessment of rivers?

5. Şerban - Octavian Davidescu, Nicu - Constantintudose, Mihai - Daniel Niţă

Monitoring system for torrent-control hydrotechnical structures.



1. Andrea Samu, Márton Kiss, Eszter Tanács, Ilona Bárány Kevei

Multifaceted approach of the state of shallow karstic lakes on the Aggtelek and Slovak karst (Hungary-Slovakia).

2. Tomasz Bryndal

Identification of basins prone to flash flood generation in the context of flood risk management: example of the Ciężkowice Foothills area (Outer Flysch Carpathians).

3. Hanna Hajdukiewicz, Bartłomiej Wyżga, Antoni Amirowicz, Paweł Oglęcki, Artur Radecki-Pawlik, Joanna

Zawiejska, Paweł Mikuś

Appraisal of the ecological state of a mountain river based on pre- and post-flood data.

4. Artur Radecki-Pawlik, Karol Plesiński, Monika Wieczorek

Hydrodynamic parameters in the vicinity of large woody debris accumulation: an example from the Raba River, Polish Carpathians.


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