Präsentationen des Wild Rivers Science Symposiums

Prof. Robert J. Naiman am International Wild Rivers Science Symposium in Tirana © Becky HolladayAm 18. und 19. Oktober wurde Albanien zum Hotspot der Forschung für Süßwasserökologie. Namhafte Wissenschaftler aus den USA, Japan und vielen europäischen Ländern nahmen am 18. Oktober am Wild Rivers Science Symposium und der Wild Rivers Night in Tirana teil und diskutierten über den kritischen Zustand von Flüssen weltweit und die Notwendigkeit, die letzten intakten Flusssysteme zu schützen. Organisiert wurden die Events von der Universität Tirana in Kooperation mit der Universität Wien (mehr Informationen und Fotos HIER).

 

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International Wild Rivers Symposium

Rivers want to break free by Prof. Gilles Pinay, National Research Institute of Science and Technology for Environment and Agriculture, Antony, France

Rivers in Japan, lessons learned for Europeby Prof. Futoshi Nakamura, Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Japan

Morphological changes in wild and less wild rivers of South-East Europeby Prof. Guido Zolezzi, Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, Centre Agriculture Food Environment - C3A, University of Trento, Italy

Balkan rivers - Pressing environmental challenges by Dr. Nikolaos Skoulikidis, Hellenic Centre for Marine Research –HCMR, Institute of Marine Biological Resources and Inland Waters, Greece

Balkan Rivers – Endangered fish species by Assoc. Prof. Steven Weiss, Institute for Zoology, Karl-Franzens University Graz, Austria

Hydromorphology and sediment transport of Vjosa riverby Dr. Klodian Skrame, Department of Applied Geology, Environment and Geoinformatics, Polytechnic University of Tirana AND Prof. Christoph Hauer, Institute of Water Management, Hydrology and Hydraulic Engineering, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna - BOKU, Austria

Biodiversity of the Vjosa river corridorby Prof. Spase Shumka, Department of Food Science and Biotechnology, Faculty of Biotechnology and Food, Agricultural University of Tirana, Albania

Ecological services of the Vjosa river systemby Prof. Romeo Hanxhari, Department of Geography, Faculty of History and Philology, Universitety of Tirana, Albania

 From biodiversity to ecological processes  by Prof. Gabriel Singer, Department of Ecohydrology, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries - IGB, Berlin, Germany AND Prof. Sajmir Beqiraj, Department of Biology, Faculty of Natural Sciences University of Tirana, Albania

EU support; Integrated Management of water resources in Albania by Dr. Martin Wolff, Austrian Development Agency Albania

River Intellectuals: A network to protect the remaining free-flowing rivers of Europe by David Faro , PhD Student, Dept. of Civil Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, University of Trento

 

Wild Rivers Night

Ecological Values and Lessons Learned from Natural Rivers by Prof. Robert J. Naiman, University of Washington in Seattle, USA

Our Rivers in 2045 by Prof. Klement Tockner, Austrian Science Fund FWF, Vienna

Europe’s natural heritage: The Vjosa riverby Prof. Aleko Miho, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Tirana

 

Am International Wild Rivers Science Symposium diskutierten Wissenschaftler über den kritischen Zustand von Flüssen weltweit und die Notwendigkeit, die letzten intakten Flusssysteme - so wie die Vjosa auf diesem Foto - zu schützen.  ©  Gabriel Singer