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Presented oral contributions:


section 1 Theoretical issues of landscape ecology: current concepts and trends
Invited:
1.
Current concepts and trends in establishing Landscape Observatories at national and continental scales
KIENAST Felix (Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Birmensdorf, Switzerland)
2. The landscape, the European Landscape Convention and the law
Miklós László
3. At the interface of soil and landscape sciences, philosophy, and GIS technologies
Nikiforova Alexandra, Fleis Maria, Nyrtsov Maxim, Borisov Mikhail
4. Meta-landscape ecology as a new ecological science. (Selected meta-scientific aspects)
Žigrai Florin


section 2 Methods in landscape research
Invited:
5.
Post-industrial landscape: its identification, typology and value
KOLEJKA Jaromír (Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic)
6. Long-term habitat changes from the 18th century in Hungary
Biró Marianna, Bölöni János, Molnár Zsolt
7. Analysis of landscape typologies of Slovenia
Ciglič Rok
8. Ecology of the European silver fir Abies alba Mill. in vegetation landscapes of south-eastern Poland: GIS and multivariate ordination methods
Czarnecka Bożenna, Chabudziński Łukasz
9. Extinction debt and colonization credit in highly fragmented forest landscapes
Kolk Jens, Naaf Tobias
10. Application of complex profile method in coastal and insular landscape studies in Estonia
Kont Are, Ratas Urve, Rivis Reimo, Anderson Agnes, Vilumaa Kadri, Tõnisson Hannes
11. Forecasting of the dynamics of beech and fir forests of the Polish Bieszczady and the Ukrainian Beskidy Mts. under the influence of climatic changes
Kozak Ihor, Perzanowski Kajetan, Kociuba Piotr, Klich Daniel
12. Landscape changes in selected suburban areas of Wroclaw (Poland) and Bratislava (Slovakia)
Krajewski Piotr
13. Physical accessibility of landscape and its relationship to landscape development
Lieskovský Juraj, Lieskovský Tibor, Piscová Veronika
14. The application of landscape ecology to the prediction of changes in climatic conditions for growing agricultural crops. A case study from the Czech Republic
Machar Ivo, Buček Antonín, Vlčková Veronika, Pechanec Vilém, Brus Jan
15. Trends in inter-component relationships during the recovery of disturbed landscapes
Merekalova Ksenia, Khoroshev Alexander
16. Combining remotely sensed data with ground penetration radar methods for bog structure detection (the Belomoro-Kuloyskoe plateau case study)
Orlov Timofey, Sadkov Sergey
17. Landforms and the shaping of cultural landscapes in mountain areas: Analysis of permanent pastures landscape of Alto Barroso region (Northern Portugal)
Pereira Andreia
18. Landscape degradation and its effect on the soil-vegetation relations within juniper forest in the Fann Mountains (western Pamir-Alay)
Rahmonov Oimahmad, Niedźwiedź Tadeusz, Opała Magdalena, Małarzewski Łukasz, Owczarek Piotr
19. Urban heat island vs. flora features in the Lublin city area, SE Poland
Rysiak Anna, Czarnecka Bożenna
20. Multidisciplinary approach to research on historical landscape structures
Slamova Martina, Chudy Frantisek, Pažinová Beljak Noemi, Beljak Jan
21. Quantifying landscape changes through land cover transition potential modelling (on the example of the Black Tisza river basin)
Svidzinska Daria, Mkrtchian Alexander
22. Remote Sensing (UAV) for torrent inspection/survey in the alpine municipality of Weng im Gesäuse (Austria)
Tilliane Marlene, Sulzer Wolfgang
23. An example of the application of the methods in landscape history – a case study from Southern Estonia
Tomson Pille, Bunce Robert G. H.
24. Quantitative analysis of rural settlement pattern of the North of Russia
Trapeznikova Olga
25. Mathematical morphology of landscape: new trends and results
Victorov Alexey
26. Landscapes of Arctic areas newly abandoned by glaciers: identification, differentiation and transformation
Ziaja Wieslaw


section 3 Landscape and ecosystem services: concepts and applications
Invited:
27.
Ecosystem and landscape services: development and challenges of disputed concepts
BASTIAN Olaf (State Capital of Dresden, Environmental Authority, Germany)
28. Ecological and social functions of plant communities and ecosystem services in rural landscape
Eliáš Pavol
29. Upscaling carbon fluxes from chamber measurement to the landscape-scale in Norway spruce forest disturbed by windthrow and bark beetle in the Tatra Mts.
Fleischer Peter, Fleischer, Jr. Peter, Gömöryová Erika, Celer Slavomír
30. Landscape heterogeneity as a tool for enhancing biodiversity
Golobič Mojca, Penko Seidl Nadja, Lestan Katarina Ana
31. Functional vegetation assessment in landscape ecology
Halada Ľuboš, Tóthová Alexandra, Mederly Peter
32. Socio-economic functions of abandoned ameliorated peatlands at Meschera lowland, Russia
Kharitonova Tatiana
33. Floodplain functions and rehabilitation potential
Lóczy Dénes, Dezső József, Halász Amadé, Ortmann-Ajkai Adrienne
34. Assessment of the ecosystem services framework implementation in Slovakia
Mederly Peter, Izakovičová Zita, Špulerová Jana, Baránková Zuzana, Bezák Peter
35. Educational landscape potential versus educational landscape service. The case of secondary education in Krakow and Tarnow (Southern Poland)
Mocior Ewelina
36. The influence of land use change and landscape fragmentation on selected ecosystem service provision
Pechanec Vilém, Purkyt Jan, Cudlín Pavel
37. Landscape diversity and current state of landscapes of the “Utrish” reserve
Petrushina Marina
38. The role of landscape structures and their ecosystem services in landscape management
Šmid Hribar Mateja
39. Landscape historical analyses coupling analyses of pattern and ecosystem services
Tappeiner Ulrike, Grigulis Karl, Lavorel Sandra, Kohler Marina, Schirpke Uta, Tasser Erich, Fontana Veronika, Leitinger Georg


section 4 Landscape governance and management
40. Rigid nature by fixation in landscape ecological processes
Barendregt Aat, Siepel Henk
41. Engineers in the forest – how do foxes and badgers modify forest vegetation?
Czarnecka Joanna, Sokal Justyna, Kurek Przemysław, Holeksa Jan
42. Geosystem-scale risk assessment and forecasting
Diakonov Kirill, Baybar Anastasia, Lovelius Nicolay, Retejum Alexey
43. National Ecological Network of Ukraine in the context of road transport and urban factors
Gavrilenko Viktor, Drapaliuk Anastasia, Kokhan Oleh, Movchan Iaroslav, Zhurbas Keteryna
44. Development of airfields infrastructure in Poland as an environmental challenge
Kitowski Ignacy, Cymermann Jacek, Skakuj Michał, Gil Wojciech, Budzeń Małgorzata
45. Contribution of the European Landscape Convention to the landscape management and planning in the Slovak Republic
Kozová Mária, Pauditšová Eva, Mišíková Pavlína
46. Food security and food safety as important factors for landscape management – questions for future from European perspective
MIKO Ladislav (acting Director-General of DG Health and Food Safety, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium)
47. ‘Going beyond public participation’: an exploration of the role of ICT Tools to implement the European Landscape Convention (ELC) through challenge, learning, innovation and cooperation
Muñoz-Rojas Jose, Miller David, Morrice Jane, Papageorgiou Fouli, Mylonas Demetris, Bell Simon, Kuhlman Friedrich, Bruns Diedrich, Temperlidou Marianna, Mahne Tina
48. Local policies for curbing urban sprawl: evidence from Switzerland
Rudolf Sophie, Hersperger Anna M.
49. Database of defunct ponds and the soils of these sites as a source of information for optimal landscape use
Šarapatka Bořivoj, Pavelková Renata, Pavka Přemysl
50. Restoration potential of certain native and exotic woody species planted on degraded mine habitats in a dry tropical region of India: Implications to re-establishing a new forest landscape
Singh Anand Narain
51. Impact of military region on long-term changes in land use, road network and agricultural management – case study Libavá, Czech Republic
Skokanová Hana, Havlíček Marek, Dostál Ivo, Pavelková Renata
52. Vegetation and habitat changes of the Krowie Bagno peatland as a consequence of land management
Sugier Piotr, Czarnecka Bożenna, Kierepka Izabela
53. Are times changing for landscape management following the European Landscape Convention? Insights from Hungary and Scotland
Valánszki István, Muñoz-Rojas Jose, Aalders Inge
54. Assessing the optimality of landscape structure in landscape planning
Veteikis Darijus, Kavaliauskas Paulius, Skorupskas Ričardas
55. Landscape-related measures of the Austrian Agricultural Policy for the period 2015-2020
Wagner Klaus


section 5 Environmental awareness and education in landscape ecology
Invited:
56.
Landscape conversations. Getting involved with local people and their landscapes
PALANG Hannes (Estonian Institute of Humanities, Tallinn University, Estonia)
57. Cooperation of the Lomonosov Moscow State University with the All-Russian Children’s Center “Orlyonok” in ecological education
Petrushina Marina, Postonogova Olga
58. Comparing local farmers’ and conservationists’ perceptions of landscape change in Hungary
Ujházy Noémi, Biró Marianna
59. Conservation goes social – Using social sciences methods in conservation education
Wrbka Thomas


workshop Ecosystem Services in Changing Landscapes: How to assess trade-offs and land use options?
Invited:
60.
Challenges in sustainable development – comprehensive scenario modeling and assessment at different scales
Fürst Christine, (presented by Frank Susanne)
61. Coal mining area as an example of rapidly changing landscape in terms of ecosystem services (Koš, Slovakia)
Bugár Gabriel, Petrovič František, Mojses Matej
62. Wood bioenergy production in the northeastern United States: Understanding and avoiding negative ecological effects and increases in landscape-scale net carbon emissions
Keeton William S., Mika Anna M., Littlefield Caitlin E.
63. Spatial-explicit changes on ecosystem services, trade-offs and conflicts assessment for planning futures
Luque Sandra
64. How would a Mediterranean landscape change under different scenarios? Social multicriteria evaluation of trade-offs among ecosystem services for landscape planning
Martínez Sastre Rodrigo, Ravera Federica, González Nóvoa José Antonio
65. Using landscape services to address trade-offs and synergies in land-use policy and planning. Two case studies in Scotland
Muñoz-Rojas Jose, Brown Iain, Gonzalez-Puente Marc, Cortines-Garcia Felipe, Proell Julius
66. Environmental resilience of selected rural areas in Malopolska region to agriculture
Nowak Agnieszka
67. New EU level scenarios focusing on policies and ecosystem services
Priess Joerg, Hauck Jennifer


Presented posters:

section 1 Theoretical issues of landscape ecology: current concepts and trends
1. Patterns of woody plant encroachment on montane meadows in the Polish Carpathians
Tokarczyk Natalia
2. Landscape, memory and historical sources
Ždímal Václav


section 2 Methods in landscape research
3. Habitat diversity: a key category in landscape analysis for spatial planning in mountain conditions. (A case study of the Banite municipality, Bulgaria)
Assenov Assen, Borisova Bilyana, Kirilov Petur
4. Vegetated areas in relation to formation of local climate – an example of the city Nitra
Bahnová Katarína, Dobišová Mária, Rózová Zdenka
5. Types of traditional agricultural landscapes and their respective representation in the Kysuce region
Barančok Peter, Barančoková Mária
6. Quantitative and qualitative structure of the soil seed bank in basins without outlets in relation to microhabitat conditions
Franczak Magdalena, Franczak Łukasz
7. Small carnivores in urban and agricultural landscape of south-east Poland – case study of the weasel (Mustela nivalis)
Kitowski Ignacy, Łopucki Rafal
8. Forecasting of landscape dynamics using computer models: a case study at Roztocze Wschodnie (Eastern Poland)
Kociuba Piotr, Kozak Ihor, Perzanowski Kajetan, Klich Daniel, Kozak Hanna, Stępień Adam
9. Ukrainian part of the Danube Delta: landscape changes issues
Kozlova Anna, Svideniuk Mykhailo
10. The research of methods for ecological models of tourism development using quantitative (QN) and qualitative (QL) techniques
Krnáčová Zdena, Barančok Peter, Boltižiar Martin, Vlachovičová Miriam, Pavličková Katarína
11. Remote land degradation assessment in the vicinity of Boryspil Airport
Lubskiy Mykola, Husiev Alexander, Bolot Kateryna, Zhurbas Kateryna
12. The landscape and historical preconditions of Moscow's origin
Nizovtsev V. A., Erman N. M.
13. Slovak cultural landscape and its recent transformation
Olah Branislav, Boltižiar Martin, Gallay Igor, Gallayová Zuzana
14. Using the laser technology in designing land functions
Płuciennik Monika, Hełdak Maria, Werner Ewelina, Szczepański Jakub, Patrzałek Ciechosław
15. Determination of hydric significance in the Poprad river basin for the needs of an integrated landscape management
Šatalová Barbora, Kenderessy Pavol
16. Landscape diversity of the Danube plain – exploring the peculiarities in Lom municipality, Northwestern Bulgaria
Yaneva Rositsa, Zhelezov Georgi


section 3 Landscape and ecosystem services: concepts and applications
17. Research of vegetation changes in intensively used areas of the Chopok Peak (the Nízke Tatry Mts.)
Barančok Peter, Chasníková Silvia
18. Water retention in traditional agricultural landscape in the cadastral area of Liptovská Teplička village, Slovakia
Dobrovodská Marta, Piscová Veronika, Kenderessy Pavol
19. Evaluation of microclimatic factors in different layouts of built-up areas and vegetation cover of urban areas of Nitra municipality
Klein Ján, Rózová Zdenka
20. Evaluation of soil retention potential as an important factor of water balance in the landscape
Krnáčová Zdena, Vlachovičová Miriam, Hreško Juraj
21. Ecological networks in relation to selected ecosystem services
Ružičková Jana, Pauditšová Eva, Reháčková Tamara
22. The assessment of cultural ecosystem services in traditional vineyard landscapes of Slovakia
Štefunková Dagmar, Špulerová Jana
23. Ecological evaluation of grasslands in the Hodrušská Hornatina highlands (the first results)
Tóthová Alexandra, Halada Ľuboš
24. Ecosystem services provided by birds in lowland agricultural landscape of SW part of Slovakia
Vlachovičová Miriam, Špulerová Jana, Piscová Veronika, Kanka Robert


section 4 Landscape governance and management
25. Small hydro power stations development in the Carpathians as a likely threat: EIA and SEA aspects
Berezhnyj Ievhen, Havryliuk Ruslan, Masikevych Iurij, Movchan Iaroslav, Parchuk Grygorii, Tarasova Oksana, Bolot Kateryna
26. Springs of the Roztocze Highlands (SE Poland) as landscape phytogeocomplexes: diversity, management and protection
Chabudziński Łukasz, Czarnecka Bożenna
27. The shaping of rural municipality landscape for nature conservation
Fornal-Pieniak Beata, Żonierczuk Maciej, Zaraś-Januszkiewicz Ewa, Wysocki Czesław, Żarska Barbara
28. Selection and breeding of Serbian spruce (Picea omorika) for urban areas in Serbia
Isajev Vasilije, Lavadinović Vera, Rakonjac Ljubinko
29. Testing and evaluating importance of Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii Mirb./Franco) for growing in urban areas
Lavadinović Vera, Rakonjac Ljubinko, Popović Vladan
30. The role of Salix acutifolia as ecological engineer during primary forest succession
Rahmonov Oimahmad
31. Selection of species for reforestation and amelioration of peri-urban areas of Belgrade (Serbia)
Rakonjac Ljubinko, Isajev Vasilije, Lučić Aleksandar
32. Managing deteriorating landscapes: A proposal regarding the recreation of former landscape values. (Case study of the village of Głusko, Western Pomerania, Poland)
Raszka Beata, Kalbarczyk Eliza, Kalbarczyk Robert, Filipiak Magdalena, Mikołajczyk Malwina
33. Vegetation and the course of present aeolian morphogenesis in the area of Bledow “Desert”
Szczypek Tadeusz
34. The influence of agricultural and forest land conservation in Poland on the protection of the countryside
Werner Ewelina, Hełdak Maria, Płuciennik Monika, Szczepański Jakub


section 5 Environmental awareness and education in landscape ecology
35. Social aspects of the environmental quality assessment for rural settlements
Moyzeová Milena


 

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