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Environmental theme is meant to share experiences and research results, identify future trends, discuss business and investment prospects and identify opportunities for international research collaboration in the range of research topics grouped particularly under following research priorities: climate change, pollution and risks, natural hazards, environmental technologies, earth observation and assessment tools.

Environment focus encompasses in particular research of:

  • the sustainable management of the environment and its resources through increasing knowledge about the interactions between the climate, biosphere, ecosystems and human activities;
  • the development of new technologies, tools and services that address global environmental issues.

Emphasis should be placed on prediction tools and technologies for monitoring, prevention, mitigation and adaptation to environmental pressures and risks.

 
 
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Project list:

Project number: PSPB-008/2010

Climbing the mountains

Project number: PSPB-013/2010

Taking a look at peat bogs

Project number: PSPB-025/2010

Tracing isotopes

Project number: PSPB-036/2010

Getting to know bloodthirsty plants

Project number: PSPB-135/2010

Getting to know the potential of coal

Project number: PSPB-153/2010

Chasing floods from the Tatra Mountains

Project number: PSPB-161/2010

Ascending to the heights

Project number: PSPB-209/2010

Hunting for aquatic creatures


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Project supported by a grant from Switzerland through the Swiss Contribution to the enlarged European Union

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Project supported by a grant from Switzerland through the Swiss Contribution to the enlarged European Union

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