Nationalpark Hohe Tauern - Aktuelles

 
 
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Nr. Name First Author Titel of Contribution(s)
1 Bulent Acma, Anadolu University (TR) Ecosystem and ecocity planning in the southeastern Anatolia region of Turkey
2 Susanne Aigner, eb&p Environmental Agency Ltd. (AT) National Park Certificate for Alpine pastures
3 ANL-Bayerische Akademie für Naturschutz und Landschaftspflege (DE) and Amt der Salzburger Landesregierung (AT) Alpine pastures active - new ways for biodiversity (film in German)
4 Arne Arnberger, BOKU University Vienna (AT) Addressing challenges in managing recreation in protected areas in an international context - the international summer schools on natural resource and recreation management in protected areas
5 Sandra Aurenhammer, ÖKOTEAM - Institute for Animal Ecology and Landscape Planning (AT) Dynamic processes as a key factors of biodiversity? A zoological case study in the biggest rockslip area of the Eastern Alps
6 Norman Backhaus, University of Zurich (CH) Creation of value through tourism in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Val Müstair Parc Naziunal
7 Peter Bilovitz, University of Graz (AT) A transnational lichen inventory of the Alps: a long overdue task
8 Carole Birck, Asters - conservatoire des espaces naturels de Haute-Savoie (FR) Monitoring of French altitude lakes in multi-stressors situations
9 Emma Blackwell, BOKU University Vienna (AT) Induction and spread of a spruce bark beetle outbreak in the Wilderness Area Dürrenstein
10 Vladimir N. Bolshakov, Russian Academy of Sciences (RU) Organizing the monitoring of the natural environment in protected areas
11 Sarah Burg, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (CH) Observer bias and its causes in botanical revisitation studies on high-alpine summits
12 Stefano Chelli, University of Camerino (IT) Effects of extreme weather events on Apennines grasslands productivity
13 Emilio Chiodo, University of Teramo (IT) Differences in development paths of tourism and agriculture within the protected areas of the Abruzzo region 
14 Agnes Demetz, University of Vienna (AT) Effects of natural floodplain dynamics and vegetation structure on grasshopper assemblages of meadows in Donau-Auen National Park (Austria)
15 Thomas Dirnböck, Umweltbundesamt, Environment Agency Austria (AT) Long-term ecosystem monitoring and research at LTER Zöbelboden - 20 year anniversary (film in English)
16 Ursa Drofenik, University of Ljubljana (SI) Mountain biking in protected areas - the case of Triglav National Park
17 Ursula Eisendle, University of Salzburg (AT) Micro- and meiobiota patterns in glacier-driven stream habitats
18 Nodar Elizbarashvili, Tibilisi State University (GE) Main principles and results of landscape planning of a new protected area in Central Caucasus (Georgia)
19 Marianna Elmi, European Academy Bolzano - EURAC Research (IT) Challenges for sustainable tourism management in a UNESCO serial World Heritage Site. The case of the Dolomites
20 Rodney Garrard, CDE, University of Bern (CH) Depicting community perspectives: repeat photography and participatory research as tools for assessing environmental services in Sagramatha National Park, Nepal
21 Fulvio Genero, Riserva Naturale del Lago di Cornino (IT) The Griffon Vulture in the National Park Hohe Tauern
22 Barbara-Amina Gereben-Krenn, University of Vienna (AT) Cryptic bumblebee species of the Bombus Iucorum-complex in the Austrian Alps
23 Günter Gollmann, University of Vienna (AT) Frogs in the city: problems of research and conservation of amphibians in Lobau (Vienna, Donau Auen National Park)
24 Stanislav Gomboc, EGEA, Instituion for Nature (SI) Research of Lepidoptera fauna as one basis for the biodiversity management in the Kozjanski Park
25 Joachim Götz, University of Salzburg (AT) Sediment storage quantification and postglacial evolution of an inner-Alpine sedimentary basin (Gradenmoos Basin, Schober Mountains, Hohe Tauern NP)
26 Patrick Gros, Haus der Natur (AT) The Biodiversity Database of Hohe Tauern NP as a basis for research and management
27 Arnulf Hartl, Paracelsus Medical University Salzburg (AT) Health effects of alpine waterfalls
28 Sabine Hennig, University of Salzburg (AT) Protected area information 2.0 - modern information and communication technology in large protected areas
29 Karin Hochegger, Büro für ökologische Landschaftsplanung, Natura 2000 Gebietsbetreuung (AT) Utilization history of alkaline fens in the Natura 2000 area Ödensee Salzkammergut - new strategies for future management
30 Viktoria Igel, self-employed ecologist, Vienna (AT) Status of peat lands in Upper Austria: A survey on vegetation, with management plans for renaturation
31 August Kaiser, ZAMG (AT) Trends of ozone and meteorological parameters at high Alpine sites
32 Sistri Kamal, Jagiellonian University (PL) Taking stock of conservation on private land inside protected areas: challenges and opportunities
33 Anne Kasper-Giebl, Technical University of Vienna (AT) Aerosol measurements at the Sonnblick Observatory. Online identification of particulate matter
34 Bernadette Kastler, University of Vienna (AT) The impact of Robinia pseudoacacia on vegetation and plant nutrient matter in Danube National Park
35 Andreas Kellerer-Pirklbauer, University of Graz and University of Technology Graz (AT) Rock glaciers as important groundwater systems in sensitive ecosystems: the Natura 2000 area Niedere Tauern, Styria
36 Günter Köck, Austrian Academy of Science (AT) Research in protected areas funded by the Austrian Academy of Science
37 Christian Komposch, ÖKOTEAM - Institute for Animal Ecology and Landscape Planning (AT)  Natural hazards - hazarding nature? Avalanches encouraging biodiversity in Gesäuse National Park
38 Gabi Kraller, University of Graz (AT) Distributed water balance modeling in the Berchtesgaden National Park
39 Andrej Kranjc, Slovenian Academy of Sciences & Arts (SI) Scientific research of Škocjanske Jame caves (UNESCO) - from antiquity to modern times
40 Norbert Krouzecky, Vienna University of Technology (AT) Ship-induced waves in the bank zone of the Austrian Danube in Donau-Auen National Park - experimental investigations
41 Norbert Krouzecky, Vienna University of Technology (AT) Ship-induced waves in the bank zone of the Austrian Danube in the Donau-Auen National Park - Test results
42 Gordan Lukac, Public Institution Paklenica National Park, (HR) The bird atlas of Paklenica National Park, Croatia
43 Tobias Luthe, University of Applied Sciences Chur (CH) Green tourism - opportunity and responsibility for protected areas
44 Gabriela Manea, University of Bucharest (RO) Analysis of challenges and constraints in the creation and public use of protected areas within a city. Vacaresti Lake - Bucharest
45 Theresia Markut, Self employed ecologist (AT) Carabid beetles in the Thaya valley
46 Nikolaus Medgyesy, University of Innsbruck (AT) Monitoring of autochthonous brown trout (Salmo trutta f. fario L.) populations in different streams of Hohe Tauern NP
47 Christina Nagl, University of Vienna (AT) Owls in floodplain forests in Eastern Austria: habitat use and population density
48 Giorgi Nakhutsrishvili, Ilia State University (GE) A perspecitve on ecological corridor for maintaining healthy ecological processes in the Caucasus
49 Georg Niedrist, University of Innsbruck (AT) Spatial and temporal variation in chironomid assemblages in glaciated catchments
50 Sophie Nießner, Andrea Lamprecht, University of Vienna (AT) GLORIA - tracing the fate of high mountain organisms in protected areas
51 Christina Pichler-Koban, E.C.O. Institut of Ecology (AT) Society and protected areas in flux - more than hundred years of nature conservation in Austria, Germany and Switzerland
52 Jürgen Pollheimer, coopNATURA (AT) Monitoring breeding birds in the National Park Thayatal: point counts with distance sampling - a case study on selected songbird species
53 Jürgen Pollheimer, coopNATURA (AT) Abundance and habitat selection of two alpine songbird species in the National Park Hohe Tauern
54 Stefan Preiner, WasserCluster Lunz (AT) Simulation of spatio-temporal nutrient dynamics and phytoplankton development in the Danubian floodplain Lower Lobau, Austria
55 Michalis Probonas, University of Crete, (GR) Innovative actions against illegal poisoning in protected areas of Crete
56 Maja Rapp, Swiss National Park (CH) Biomass-mapping of Alpine grassland with APEX imaging spectromentry data
57 Walter Reckendorfer, WasserCluster Lunz (AT) Metacommunity structure in a floodplain system: implications for conservation restoration
58 Maik Rehnus, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL (CH) Influence of tourism activities on mountain hares (Lepus timidus) and its consequences
59 Rainer Reiter, Federal Research and Training Centre for Forests, Natural Hazards and Landscape (AT) Soil inventory in forests of Wienerwald Biosphere Reserve 
60 Jürgen Reitner, Geological Survey of Austria (AT) Reconstructing past rock avalanches in the Hohe Tauern region
61 Barbara Riedler, University of Salzburg (AT) EO-based habitat structure assessment in a transboundary Natura 2000 site
62 Herwig Ruprecht, BOKU University Vienna (AT) Long-term monitoring of natural regeneration in natural forest reserves in Austria - results from the ELENA project
63 Rita Salvatore, University of Teramo (IT) Quality of tourism and parks: Swiss and Italian cases compared
64 Christine Scheidegger, Regionaler Naturpark Gantrisch, Bern (CH) Research, one example of a Bachelor thesis! Education program to promote the use of sheep wool in the Regional Nature Park Gantrisch
65 Verena Schiffleithner, University of Vienna (AT)  Neophytes in the NP Thayatal - distribution mapping and evaluation of management
66 Ingrid Schmitzberger, coopNATURA (AT) Vegetation monitoring in Thayatal National Park
67 Lothar Schrott, University of Salzburg (AT) Modeling Alpine permafrost distribution in the Hohe Tauern 1 region, Austria
68 Stefan Schütz, University of Innsbruck (AT) Adequate indicators for environmental change in Alpine river systems
69 Andreas Schwarzenberger, IBM (AT) The bearded vulture in the Alps - the importance of protected areas and long-term monitoring
70 Bernd Seiser, Austrian Academy of Science (AT) Glaciological monitoring, Venedigerkees, Hohe Tauern, Austria
71 Herfried Steiner, Federal Research and Training Centre for Forests, Natural Hazards and Landscape (AT) Stand dynamics in Neuwald Virgin Forest
72 Anna Katharina Steinmetz, alpS Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Technologies (AT) Trade-offs of ecosystem services provided by mountain hay meadows under land-use change scenarios
73 Martin Stocker-Waldhuber, ÖAW - Institute for Mountain Research Man and Environment (AT) Six years of glacier mass balance on Mullwitzkees (Hohe Tauern) and Hallstätter Gletscher (Dachstein)
74 Kathrin Stürzenbaum, Universtiy of Vienna (AT) Effects of box elder control measurers on xylobiontic beetles in floodplain forests
75 Mojca Stubelj Ars, University of Nova Gorica (SI) Assessment of environmental education indicators in Triglav National Park, Slovenia
76 Leita Tschanz, Aix Marseille University (FR) Socio-ecological systems: towards a global approach of biodiversity observation in a Natural Regional Park in the Alps
77 Roman Türk, University of Salzburg (AT) The role of Hohe Tauern National Park as a Noah's Ark for threatened lichens
78 Iuliana Vijulie, University of Bucarest (RO) Managing forests from Piatra Craiului National Park, between economic benefits and ecosystem services
79 Ivan Voloscuk, University of Matej Bel (SK) From geobiocoenological research of Carpathian virgin forests to the nomination of "Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians" as World Heritage Sites
80 Matthias Wagner, European Academy Bolzano - EURAC Research (IT) Developing sustainable tourism in sensitive mountain areas. Challenges for the sustainable management of leisure motivated mobility in the UNESCO world heritage site of the Dolomites
81 Matthias Weiss, University of South Bohemia (CZ) The influence of tree species, stratum and forest management on the diversity of saproxylic beetles - a case study in the Schwäbische Alb (Germany)
82 Hans Wiesenegger, Land Salzburg Hydrological Service (AT) Long-term monitoring  - an obligatory requirement for understanding changes in the water cycle of the Hohe Tauern National Park
83 Martin Wiesmair, University of Giessen (DE) Remote sensing signals of erosion and plant diversity in Kazbegi National Park (Greater Caucasus, Georgia)
84 Martin Zimmer, University of Salzburg (AT) Soil macrofauna in undisturbed areas using altitude as a proxy for climate change
85 Carina Zittra, DonauAuen National Park (AT) Species inventory, ecology and seasonal distribution patterns of culicidae (Insecta: Diptera) at Donau-Auen National Park
Awardees of the Nationalparks Austria Science Award
86 Magdalena Bernsteiner, University of Salzburg (AT) Extracurricular Environmental Education in the Hohe Tauern National Park
87 Barbara Dillinger, University of Vienna (AT) Strategies of wetland restoration in the Waasen/Hanság (northern Burgenland)
88 Andreas Eckelt, University of Innsbruck (AT) Living forests and dead wood - Saproxylic beetle communities in two suspected virgin forest areas in the Kalkalpen National Park (Upper Austria)
89 Sarah Friembichler, University of Salzburg (AT) Potential habitats for the European Wildcat (Felis silvestris silvestris, SCHREBER, 1777) in Austria – a basis for further steps in conservation
90 Verena Gfrerer, University of Salzburg (AT) Examinations on alpine brown trout populations (Salmo trutta f. fario) in the province of Salzburg (Austria)
91 Andrea Grabenhofer, University of Vienna (AT) Ecophysiology of filamentous green algae in astatic saline-alkaline ponds
92 Jürgen Hengsberger, Technical University Munich (DE) Bird communities in distinctively mixed alpine forests of the Ennstal Alps in the Gesäuse National Park
93 Franz Hölzl, University of Vienna (AT) Population Density, Habitat Preferences and Nest Predation of the River Warbler (Locustella fluviatilis) in Donau-Auen National Park, Eastern Austria
94 Agnes Kammerhofer, BOKU University Vienna (AT) Comparative fish stock assessment at the Johnsbach brook and the Enns River within the course of the EU LIFE-project „Conservation strategies for woodlands and rivers in the Gesäuse Mountains“
95 Christian Kondler, Pädagogische Hochschule des Bundes Linz (AT) Educational opportunities of Austrian National Parks as a sustainability-oriented adult education – comparative analysis of Gesäuse National Park and Kalkalpen National Park
96 Zsófia Krasznai, BOKU University Vienna (AT) Analysis of potential breeding habitat for the White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus alpicilla) in Austria
97 Henriette Krebs, University of Vienna (AT) Comparison of herbivore communities on the native Field Maple Acer campestre (L.) and the neophyte Box Elder Acer negundo (L.)
98 Franziska Lörcher, University of Zurich (CH) Low genetic diversity of the reintroduced bearded vulture (Gypaetus barbatus) population in the Alps calls for further releases
99 Wolfgang Mayer, University of Salzburg (AT) Epiphytic lichen communities in Kalkalpen National Park, Austria, Upper-Austria
100 Thomas Moitzi, University of Graz (AT) Characterization of the six recent woodpecker species in Kalkalpen National Park and the development of a habitat-model in GIS to evaluate the living space of woodpeckers in the area of the National Park
101 Michael Plank, University of Vienna (AT) Use of the forest canopy by bats in temperate forests of Central Europe
102 Jakob Pöhacker, BOKU University Vienna (AT) Modelling of Habitat Preferences of water pipits (Anthus spinoletta spinoletta) in Gesäuse Nationalpark using Remote Sensing and GIS
103 Ronald Pöppl, University of Vienna (AT) Investigating the role of humans as (dis)connecting agents in fluvial systems - new concepts and applications for fluvial geomorphology and landscape research
104 Florian Ritter, BOKU University Vienna (AT) Summer mountain tourism in climate change: Scenarios and need for action using the example of the high Alpine trail network
105 Matthias Schmidt, University of Vienna (AT) An assessment of population status and trends of the European Kingfisher in the Donau-Auen National Park and in eastern Austria
106 Claudia Schütz, University of Vienna (AT) Feeding behaviour of Ruffs during spring migration at a stopover site of international importance in Eastern Austria