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Year: 1998
Snow has been a dominant weather feature which has influenced the occurrence and distribution of plant communities in the Australian Alps
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Year: 1998
A number of species of frogs are confined to the Australian Alps
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Year: 1998
The expected increases in ultraviolet-B radiation due to anthropogenic ozone depletion appear likely to have particular impact on the Australian Alps, as it is situated at high elevations, middle to high latitudes, and in the Southern Hemisphere
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Year: 1996
More than a hundred years ago, when the organisation of the Friends of Nature was founded in Vienna in 1895, the first programmes they offered were trips and excursions to the Alps
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Year: 1992
A training centre for extension workers in the Emmental region of Switzerland used RRA to explore changes in the farming community
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Year: 1991
Following the outcome of the first Alpine Conference of Environment Ministers held in Berchtesgaden from 9 to It October 1989, it was was agreed that the following be highlighted:
  • AWARE that the Alps are one of the largest continuous unspoilt natural areas in Europe, which, with their outstanding unique and diverse natural habitat, culture and history, constitute an economic, cultural, recreational and living environment in the heart of Europe, shared by numerous peoples and countries;
  • RECOGNIZING that the Alps constitute the living and economic environment for the indigenous population and are also vitally important for extra Alpine regions, being the site of important transport routes, for example;
  • RECOGNIZING the fact that the Alps constitute an essential habitat and last refuge for many endangered species of plants and animals;
  • AWARE of the substantial differences existing between national legal systems, natural conditions, population distribution, agriculture and forestry, the state and development of the economy, the volume of traffic and the nature and intensity of tourism;
  • AWARE that the ever-growing pressures caused by man are increasingly threatening the Alpine region and its ecological functions, and that the damage is either irreparable or rectifiable only with great effort, at considerable cost and, as a rule, over a long period of time;
  • CONVINCED of the need for economic interests to be reconciled with ecological requirements

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Year: 1986

The Alps offer some of the most spectacular scenery in Europe - and some of the finest hiking opportunities, from the shadow of the Matterhorn to the idyllic vineyard country of Kahlenberg, Austria

The trails are all conveniently reached from the principal cities of the Alps: Chamonix, Geneva, Zermatt, Interlaken, Zürich, Munich, Garmisch, Ljubljana, Salzburg, Vienna, Vaduz, Verona, Bolzano, Innsbruck, and Milan. This is both a general travel guide and a trail guide
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