Managing Alpine Future

Proceedings of the Innsbruck Conference October 15-17, 2007

Reihe: Gebirgsforschung - Forschungsberichte, Band: 2

Verlag: VÖAW

Erscheinungsdatum: 22.01.2009

ISBN13: 978-3-7001-6571-2

Format: 446 Seiten, 24x16 cm, broschiert

€ 24,95


P. Schuster, Preface; A. Borsdorf – J. Stötter – E. Veulliet, Managing Alpine Future – an introduction Environment and Natural Hazards
M. F. Price, Maintaining mountain biodiversity in an era of climate change;
M. Vetter, Aspects of differentiation of global and regional climate change effects in Alpine regions;
Y. Kohler, An ecological network in the Alps – new space for nature: Overview on changing nature conservation practices in the Alps;
M. Mauser – M. Muerth, GLOWA-Danube: climate change and the future of water in the Upper Danube Basin;
D. Dawa – D. Geneletti, Environmental impact of trekking in Trans-Himalayan ecosystems – a study of a highly visited trail in Ladakh; The Future of Tourism in a Changing Alpine Environment
B. Abegg – R. Bürki – H. Elsasser, Climate change and tourism in the Alps;
Ph. Bourdeau, The Alps in the age of new style tourism: between diversification and post-tourism?;
C. Gonseth, Do snowmaking investments improve the financial situation of the ski area operation companies in the perspective of climate change?;
R. Steiger, The impact of poor winter seasons on ski tourism and the role of snowmaking as an adaptation strategy;
T. Luthe – R. Roth – H. Elsasser, Vulnerability to global change and sustainable adaptation of ski tourism – an outlook on the study SkiSustain Mobility – a Need and a Problem at the Same Time
H. Knoflacher, The Alps: barriers of physical", but triggers for "intellectual" mobility in Europe; R. Schleicher-Tappeser, Prospects for transport and mobility in the Alps;
T. Stoiber, Sustainability of Alpine railway tunnel projects – an analysis of the Brenner Base Tunnel; T. Behnen, Accelerated change of Alpine air transport;
F. Braun – M. Fiebig – A. Muhar, Development of options for action to adapt the high Alpine trail network to consequences of climate change;
V. Bua – A. Oberprantacher – P.P. Pasqualoni, Researching mobility of university graduates in an Alpine region Health – a Key Factor of Quality of Life in the Mountains
W. Schobersberger, Climate change as a chance for Alpine health tourism?;
A. Burnand - N. Litzistorf Spina – T. Diallo – J. Simos – N. Cantoreggi, Health impact assessment: a potential tool for managing health consequences of Alpine space policies;
A. Exenberger – J. Nussbaumer, Historical remarks about the impact of global change on food supply in the Alpine area during the 20th century;
S. Achleitner – C. Engelhard – S. De Toffol – I. Lek – U. Stegner – W. Rauch, Risk of traffic induced contamination of the water cycle: assessment of urban snow and soil in the Tyrolean region Water and Energy – Valuable Mountain Resources for the Future of Mankind
W. Feist, Energy efficiency and renewable energy – the key technologies for climate change mitigation;
M. Schön – S. De Toffol – B. Wett – H. Insam – W. Rauch, Comparison of renewable energy resources in Alpine regions;
D. Vanham – S. De Toffol – E. Fleischhacker – W. Rauch, Water demand for snowmaking under climate change conditions in an Alpine environment Culture – an Important Component of a Sustainable Future in the Alps W. Bätzing, Alpine culture as a key factor for sustainable development in the Alps;
E. Steinicke, The impact of current demographic transformation on ethno-linguistic minori-ties in the Alps;
W. Pfefferkorn – S. Rauzi, "Future in the Alps: getting knowledge across – networking people Steering a Sustainable Future: Spatial Planning and Development L.A.G. Moss, Amenity-led change in mountain regions: maintaining ecological integrity of the distant brought nearby;
G. Weber – W. Seher, Considerations on the future of agriculture in Austrian Alpine areas;
C. Geitner – M. Tusch, Soil evaluation for planning procedures: providing a basis for soil protection in Alpine regions;
K. Grunewald – J. Scheithauer, What can mountain regions in Southeast Europe learn from the Alps? Tourism vs. National Park in Bansko/Pirin, Bulgaria;
M. Muerth – W. Mauser, Implications of a regional scale soil temperature and freezing model in the Upper Danube Basin for climate change scenarios;
K. Grunewald –J. Scheithauer, Holocene climate and landscape history of the Pirin Mountains (Southwest Bulgaria)

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