Outcomes of the Global Fair and Workshop
on Long-Term Observatories of Mountain Social-Ecological Systems!
July 16-19 2014, University of Nevada, Reno, USA
Summary of Summaries
Read the Summary of Summaries compiled by Greg Greenwood, Executive Director of the Mountain Research Initiative
The BloG: Summaries, Insights and Discussions of Sessions and Ateliers
The Map: An emerging global network of Mountain Observatories
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If you want to search for a specific observatory, topic or other feature, see the list of observatories.
THE FAIR: VISUALIZATION OF THE NETWORKING
Please note: This graph resulted from an experiment in visualizing the networking
that took place at the Exhibition on 19 July. It is a snap-shot which does not attempt
to be final or objective.
The graph shows the interest of visitors of the Exhibition (blue dots) to "talk more" to
certain programs or organizations (orange dots). The largest orange dots have attracted
most interest. Please also note that not all data has been processed yet.
The Fair&Workshop in NevadaToday
The allure of pine forests, majestic granite peaks and rushing rivers has always drawn mankind to mountaintops... more
To coincide with the Global Fair and Workshop on Mountain Observatories Taylor & Francis are pleased to offer FREE access to a selection of key articles on alpine treelines from Physical Geography as a virtual special issue. Access the issue.