Session

P14 Environmental geography

Environmental geography is the type of geography that is specialized in addressing the relationship between human beings and the environment, in particular, the natural resources. This discipline has several specialty groups that bridge the human/physical divide in relevant ways. The most known branches are Energy and Environment, Hazards, Landscape Sensitivity and Human Dimensions of Global Change specialty groups. This session is dedicated to the interactions of physical environment and human activities. Participation of young scientists and PhD students is encouraged.

SLOT1
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Location:
Room J
Schedule:
Monday, 31 August 2015
13:00–14:45
Presentations:
  1. Filip Gulan*: Spatial quality as common denominator of novel integrated concepts for renewable energy development
  2. Adam Harmat, Gábor Csüllög, Gergely Horváth, Dániel Meleg*, Béla Munkácsy, Mária Szabó, László Tamás: Energy use in the Bükk LEADER Region
  3. Borbála Hortobágyi*, Andreas Burkart, Dov Corenblit, Jean-Luc Peiry, Johannes Steiger, Franck Vautier: 3D diachronic survey of riparian vegetation dynamics by photogrammetric methods: application of UAV and small airplane photographs
  4. Márton Kiss*, Ilona Bárány-Kevei, Szilárd Czóbel, Miklós Kiss: Land use optimization with genetic algorithm, using the methodology of evaluating ecosystem services
  5. Péter Csorba*, Teodóra Bata, Gábor Mezősi: Mathematical method for measuring the similarities of Hungarian microregions
SLOT2
Chair:
Location:
Room J
Schedule:
Monday, 31 August 2015
15:15–17:00
SLOT3
Chair:
Location:
Room J
Schedule:
Monday, 31 August 2015
17:15–19:00
André Evette
Irstea
France
andre.evette [at] irstea.fr
Zoltán Szalai
ELTE / RCAES HAS
Hungary
szalaiz [at] iif.hu
János Mika
Eszterházy Károly College
Hungary
mika.jancsi [at] gmail.com
Tamás Biró
Eötvös Loránd University
Hungary
tbiro.geogr [at] gmail.com
János Egyedi

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