The deadline for submitting communication to the 28th PESCRL symposium has been extended to the 9 April 2018.
Authors can submit papers directly on PECSRL website.
Submission requires a title, an abstract, 5 keywords as well as one contact information and the institutional attachment of all authors. Abstracts and presentations should be made in English. The abstracts will be fully refereed by the program committee and the accepted ones will notified by april 23th. Some sessions might require full papers before PECSRL event in September.
S.1 – Renewable Energy and Landscape Quality
Chair – Röhner Sina, Institute for Landscape and Environment, Nuertingen-Geislingen University
S.2 – Engaging all five senses with the landscape: Exploring sensorial tools for the representation, design, planning, and management of rural landscape
Chair – Wang Kuang-Yu, Chung Yuan Christian University
S.3 – The diversity of outland use in past and present. Indistinct traces of diverse practices
Chair – Vestbö-Franzén adel, Jönköping County Museum
S.4 – European landscape transition across Europe. The challenge of Central and Eastern Europe
Chair – Pedroli Bas, Land Use Planning Group, Wageningen University & Research
S.5 – Landscapes of tourism destinations: which quality of life?
Chair – Terkenli Theano S., Professor, Department of Geography, University of the Aegean, Greece
S.6 – Intangible benefits of agricultural landscapes
Chair – Bezak Peter, Slovak Academy of Sciences
S.7 – From ghosts to crops: how intangible heritage can shape landscape character
Chair – Dabaut Niels, AHRC-Northern Bridge, School of History, Classics and Archaeology, McCordCentre for Landscape
S.8 – Rethinking Traditional Vertical Land Use in European Mountain Areas
Chair – Prof. Dr. Rolf Peter Tanner, PHBern – University of Teacher Education, Institute for Upper Secondary Education, Berne, Switzerland. PD Dr. Oliver Bender, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Interdisciplinary Mountain Research, Innsbruck, Austria
S.9 – Mapping and tools about landscape change
Chair – Baas Henk, Cultural Heritage Agency
S.10 – Traditional landscapes: Exploring the connections between landscape, identity, heritage, and change
Chair – Zdeněk Kučera, Charles University, Faculty of Science; Alexandra Kruse, EUCALAND. Hans Renes, Utrecht University, Faculty of Geosciences. Csaba Centeri, Szent István University, Faculty of Environmental and Agricultural Sciences
S.11 – A European Identity for Food Sovereignty?
Chair – Pierre-Mathieu Le Bel and Salma Loudiyi, Irstea and vetAgroSup
S.12 – Gaming as a mediation tool
Chair – Sylvie Lardon et Yves Michelin, INRA and VetAgroSup