Oecologia Montana - new journal

Dusan Gomory tibor at tuzvonet.so
Fri May 21 05:28:01 EST 1993

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Prunella Publishers, Poprad, Slovakia has started the publication of new
scientific journal 

                         OECOLOGIA MONTANA 

The aim  and scope of Oecologia Montana is to publish original papers in
mountain ecological research. All the results in which the ecological ideas
and methods are applied to the dynamic features of mountain ecosystems,
population dynamics of plants and animals, wildlife protection, conservation,
problems of pollution, land degradation etc. may be published. All manuscripts
submitted are considered for publication on the understanding that they have
not been published elsewhere. The editors decided to base the new scientific
journal on the main aim of protecting mountains and learning how interactions
between human development and mountain ecosystems can be better managed:
Oecologia Montana will include the articles ranging from forestry to alpine
research. The journal will be an international medium in all fields of
mountain ecology and will include information about Western and Eastern
ecological research.

Contents of Volume 1

Standard Articles:

E.Pulliainen, L. Saari - Body mass and physical condition of breeding
   Dotterels Charadrius morinellus in Finland

L. Kullman - Climatically induced regeneration patterns of marginal
   populations of Pinus sylvestris in northern Sweden

H. Piekos-Mirkowa, A. Miechowka - Distribution and ecology of the Dryopteris
   species in the Polish Tatra Mountains

M.Janiga - Growth allometry in Ring Ouzels Turdus torquatus. Multivariate

R. Soltes - Heavy metal concentrations in the mosses of the Tatra Mountains
   (Czecho-Slovakia). Multivariate analysis

Techniques and Strategies:

W.Huang, B. Yao - The development and protection of natural resources in
   Hengduan Mountains

C.J.Martinka - Conserving the natural integrity of mountain parks: Lessons
   from Glacier National Park, Montana
Meetings and Conferences:

M.C. Boyce - Intervention versus natural regulation philosophies for managing
   wildlife in national parks


S. Lovari - Observations on the Himalayan tahr (Hemitragus jemlahicus) and
   other ungulates of the Sagarmatha National Park, Khumbu Himal, Nepal

For subscription, please, contact:

Prunella Publishers, Jarmocna 1298/16, SK-058 01 POPRAD, Slovakia

You are also welcome to submitt the original papers. For further information
you may contact one of the editors M. Janiga (zoology) or R. Soltes (botany)

Address of both:

Dr. Marian Janiga
National Park High Tatras
Research Coordination Center
SQ - 05960 Tatranska Lomnica
phone +42-969-967951, fax: +42-969-967958

If convenient, for faster communication you may use my E-mail: 

kpl at vsld.tuzvo.cs

(message for L. Paule).

In the hope this journal will be a valuable source of information for you and
your colleagues. 

Sincerely yours,

Prof. Dr. L. Paule

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