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INTECOL 2013 Into The Next 100 Years

INTECOL 2013 Into The Next 100 Years sessions and extended poster slots. Other features included innovative ways of presenting and communicating science, and a program structured to allow many opportunities for networking. This Congress gave delegates a new perspective on a wide range of ecological topics and helped establish new collaborative partnerships. One Symposium, Tools to enhance landscape resilience to human impact, was organized by: 1) the Institute for the Agricultural and Forest Environment, Pozna, Poland, 2) the Polish Academy of Sciences, Polish National Committee on Global Change ­ GBP and 3) Adam Mickiewicz University, Dept. Integrated Geography, Andrzej Kdziora Pozna, Poland. The keynote paper on Shaping the landscape structure to mitigate the effects of climate change and anthropopressure in rural areas was delivered by Prof. Andrzej Kdziora of the Institute for the Agricultural and Forest Environment, PAS (Poland). The seven papers delivered overall concerned: The importance of landscape structure for diversification of climatic conditions on the regional scale ­ Prof. A. Mizgajski (Poland); A Next "Dust Bowl" in Siberia!? - Adaptations with land use innovations to prevent that ­ Prof. M. Fruehauf (Germany); Water management in urban areas as a result of increasing urbanization ­ Prof. P. Kowalczak (Poland); How does "green infrastructure" mitigate http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Papers on Global Change IGBP de Gruyter

INTECOL 2013 Into The Next 100 Years

Papers on Global Change IGBP , Volume 21 (1) – Jan 1, 2014

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de Gruyter
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1730-802X
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10.1515/igbp-2015-0005
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sessions and extended poster slots. Other features included innovative ways of presenting and communicating science, and a program structured to allow many opportunities for networking. This Congress gave delegates a new perspective on a wide range of ecological topics and helped establish new collaborative partnerships. One Symposium, Tools to enhance landscape resilience to human impact, was organized by: 1) the Institute for the Agricultural and Forest Environment, Pozna, Poland, 2) the Polish Academy of Sciences, Polish National Committee on Global Change ­ GBP and 3) Adam Mickiewicz University, Dept. Integrated Geography, Andrzej Kdziora Pozna, Poland. The keynote paper on Shaping the landscape structure to mitigate the effects of climate change and anthropopressure in rural areas was delivered by Prof. Andrzej Kdziora of the Institute for the Agricultural and Forest Environment, PAS (Poland). The seven papers delivered overall concerned: The importance of landscape structure for diversification of climatic conditions on the regional scale ­ Prof. A. Mizgajski (Poland); A Next "Dust Bowl" in Siberia!? - Adaptations with land use innovations to prevent that ­ Prof. M. Fruehauf (Germany); Water management in urban areas as a result of increasing urbanization ­ Prof. P. Kowalczak (Poland); How does "green infrastructure" mitigate

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Published: Jan 1, 2014

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