Protecting watercourses

Prírodné zdroje vody sú najcennejším zdrojom vody na planéte...   na stránke sa pracuje...

 

The diversity of the country

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Natural wealth

Prírodné bohatstvo   na stránke sa pracuje...
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International Symposia on Landscape Ecology PDF Print E-mail
organised by the Slovak Academy of Sciences
since 1967
17th Int. Symposium - Landscape and Landscape Ecology
27-29 May 2015, Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra
(Institute of Landscape Ecology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Faculty of Natural Sciences CPU in Nitra - Department of Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Slovak Ecological Society by SAS)
128 participants came from from 21 countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, India, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the Russian Federation, Serbia, the Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, the U.S.A., Ukraine and the United Kingdom.
16th Int. Symposium - Landscape Ecology: From Theory to Practice
24-27 September 2012, Congress Centre Smolenice SAS
(Institute of Landscape Ecology SAS, Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Landscape Europe Network, Slovak Association for Landscape Ecology, European Academy of Sciences and Arts)
58 participants came from 10 countries: Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Slovak Republic and the Netherlands.
15th Int. Symposium - LANDSCAPE – Theory and Practice
29 September – 2 October 2009, Bratislava
(Institute of Landscape Ecology SAS, International Association for Landscape Ecology IALE-SK, Department of Landscape Ecology, Faculty of Natural Sciences Comenius University, Bratislava)
106 participants came from 9 countries: Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Japan, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Switzerland and Slovak Republic.
14th Int. Symposium - Implementation of landscape ecology in the new and changing conditions
4–7 October 2006, Stará Lesná, High Tatras Mts.
(Institute of Landscape Ecology SAS, Slovak Association for Landscape Ecology (IALE-SK), and Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra)
128 participants came from 11 countries: Austria, Czech Republic, FRG, Great Britain, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Poland, Slovak Republic and Turkey .
13th Int. Symposium - Landscape ecology – an international integrating tool in environmental issues
30 September  – 3 October 2003, Mojmírovce
(Institute of Landscape Ecology SAS, Ministry of the Environment of the Slovak Republic; Comenius University in Bratislava, Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra; Austrian Institute for Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, Department in Bratislava; and others)
110 participants came from 10 countries: Austria, Belarus, Czech Republic, FRG, Hungary, Japan, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Slovak Republic.
12th Int. Symposium - Protected areas and landscape ecological research
7–11 November 2000, Stará Lesná – High Tatras Mts.
(Institute of Landscape Ecology SAS, Comenius University in Bratislava; Austrian Institute for Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, Department in Bratislava; Slovak Committee for the UNESCO Program Man and the Biosphere)
75 participants came from 8 countries: Austria, Czech Republic, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Russia and Slovak Republic.
11th Int. Symposium - System approaches to landscape research
12–16 November 1997, Nitra
(Institute of Landscape Ecology SAS, Comenius University in Bratislava, Austrian Institute for Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, Department in Bratislava; Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra)
70 participants came from 11 countries: Austria, Belarus, Belgium, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Japan, Poland, Russia, Slovak Republic and Ukraine.
10th Int. Symposium - Present state and new trends in landscape ecology
21–24 November 1994, Smolenice
(Institute of Landscape Ecology SAS)
92 participants came from 13 countries: Austria, Belarus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, FRG, Great Britain, Hungary, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Slovak Republic and Venezuela.
9th Int. Symposium - Theory and practice in landscape ecology
14–19 October 1991, Dudince
(Institute of Landscape Ecology SAS; the Secretarial of the East European Region of IALE; Commission for the Environment of the Slovak Republic)
70 participants came from 9 countries: Austria, Finland, Germany, East Germany, Hungary, the Netherlands, Poland, Venezuela and Czechoslovakia.
8th Int. Symposium - Spatial and functional relationships in landscape ecology
3–7 October 1988, Zemplínska Šírava
(Institute of Experimental Biology and Ecology of the SAS and the Secretarial of the East European Region of IALE)
148 participants came from 18 countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Finland, FRG, GDR, Great Britain, Hungary, the Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, Soviet Union and USA.
7th Int. Symposium - Topical problems of landscape ecological research and planning
21–26 October 1985, Pezinok
(Institute of Experimental Biology and Ecology of the SAS and the Secretarial of the East European Region of IALE)
135 participants came from 13 countries: Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Finland, FRG, GDR, Hungary, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Thailand, Soviet Union, Sweden and Yugoslavia.
6th Int. Symposium - Ecosystem approach to the (agricultural) landscape
(Foundation of IALE on 29 October 1982)
25–30 October 1982, Piešťany
(Institute of Experimental Biology and Ecology SAS)
122 participants came from 16 countries: Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, France, FRG, GDR, Hungary, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Poland, Portugal, Soviet Union, Thailand and USA.
5th Int. Symposium - Ecological stability, resistance, diversity, potentiality, productivity and equilibrium of landscape
19–23 November 1979, Stará Lesná, High Tatras Mts.
(Institute of Experimental Biology and Ecology SAS)
114 participants came from 17 countries: Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Czechoslovakia, Cuba, Denmark, FRG, GDR, Hungary, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Soviet Union, Thailand, USA and Yugoslavia.
4th Int. Symposium - Ecological data for optimum landscape utilisation
22–26 November 1976, Smolenice
(Institute of Experimental Biology and Ecology SAS)
62 participants came from 9 countries: Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, France, FRG, GDR, Hungary, the Netherlands and Soviet Union.
3rd Int. Symposium - Content and object of the complex landscape research
28 November  – 1 December 1973, Smolenice
(Institute of Landscape Biology SAS)
86 participants came from 14 countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, France, FRG, GDR, Hungary, the Netherlands, Poland, Rumania, Soviet Union, Sweden and Yugoslavia.
2nd Int. Symposium - Application of landscape ecology in the practice
21–24 September 1970, Smolenice
(Institute of Landscape Biology SAS)
86 participants came from 11 countries: Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, France, FRG, GDR, Hungary, the Netherlands, Poland, Soviet Union and Sweden.
1st Int. Symposium - Theoretical problems of biological landscape research
4–9 September 1967, Bratislava and Východná, High Tatras Mts.
(Institute of Landscape Biology SAS)
42 participants came from 6 countries: Czechoslovakia, France, FRG, GDR, Hungary and Poland.
 

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