Benefits of presenting in a poster session include time for one-on-one discussion with colleagues interested in your research and potential to reach a large audience.
To have your work included, please submit your abstract and send a confirmation email (including your PIN) to us as soon as possible.
"Mountains are an important source of water, energy and biological diversity. Furthermore, they are a source of such key resources as minerals, forest products and agricultural products and of recreation. As a major ecosystem representing the complex and interrelated ecology of our planet, mountain environments are essential to the survival of the global ecosystem" (Agenda 21, Chapter 13, "Managing Fragile Ecosystems: Sustainable Mountain Development", Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1992).
If you are doing human, physical, and/or technological research in a mountainous region, please join this interdisciplinary session, sponsored by the Mountain Geography Specialty Group, to celebrate mountain research.
|0088||Land Use Pattern Change and its Topographic Gradient Effect in Mountainous County ——Case study of Jinggangshan city||
|0089||The effect of summit registers in the southern Appalachians||
Coastal Carolina University
|0090||A New Scheme of Time Series Glacial Lake Mapping for Outburst Flood Monitoring in the West Tienshan Mountains||
|0091||Glacier area and surface elevation changes in central Borohoro Range, northern Tian Shan in China||
Texas State University - San Marcos
|0092||Hydrology and Terracing in the Monte Pallano area of Abruzzo, IT||
|0093||Outmigration inducing land use, land cover changes in Himalayan Uttarakhand, India||
Kansas State University
|0094||An Institutional Analysis of Glacial Floods and Disaster Risk Management in the Nepal Himalaya||
|0095||Why Tibetan Grasslands and Forests are in Rapid Decline||
|0096||Analysis of the spatial trade-offs and differentiation characteristics of ecosystem services in karst peak-cluster depression||
|097||Introducing a natural resource condition assessment of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail||
Dr Shippensburg University
|098||Tourism: Boon or Bain? An Institutional Analysis of Tourism as a Commons Resource in Upper Mustang Nepal.||
Arizona State University
|099||Appalachian Trail Resupplies||
University of Denver
|0100||The 'T'ea of Terroir: An Analysis of the Branding of Darjeeling Tea||
University of Oregon
|0101||A Rockfall-Induced Glacial Lake Outburst Flood, Upper Barun Valley, Nepal||
Dr. University of Colorado At Boulder
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