Publications de l'ICAS

  • Publications

Mountain Research and Development
  • 2019

Mountain Research and Development, Vol. 39, No. 1

New issue of the Mountain Research and Development journal online
Alpine Water – common good or source of conflicts?
  • 2019

Alpine Water – common good or source of conflicts?

Changing environmental and climatic conditions as well as growing demand is likely to lead to conflicts in water use and water management in the Alps. This Forum Alpinum will identify hot spots of water use and management in the Alps, will analyse target conflicts, assess their relevance in a regional, national or international context, and discuss possible solutions.
Mountain Research and Development
  • 2018

Mountain Research and Development, Vol. 38, No. 4

New issue of the Mountain Research and Development journal online
Mountain Research and Development
  • 2018

Mountain Research and Development, Vol. 38, No. 3

New issue of the Mountain Research and Development journal online.
MRD 38/2 Cover
  • 2018

Mountain Research and Development, Vol 38, No 2

This issue of MRD offers transformation knowledge, with a paper on how self-governed small-scale irrigation in Tajikistan helps a local rural population maintain its productivity in spite of interventions and external regulations. It also offers systems knowledge, with articles examining how commercial horticulture affects Mount Kenya’s water resources; how extensive grazing impacts on soils in a protected mountain forest in Mexico; how topsoil removal, storage, and redeployment influences vegetation recovery on Peruvian mining sites; how anthropogenic threats affect vascular plants in a National Park in Ethiopia; how climate change influences treelines of key species in Nepal; and how climate warming impacts on snow and water availability in a ski area in New Hampshire, USA.
Rapport SemaineAlpine 2016
  • 2017

Rapport SemaineAlpine 2016

Ce rapport synthétise pour chacun des trois sous-thèmes, démographie, culture et qualité de la vie, les principaux aspects qui ont émergé des plénières et des sessions. Le document se termine par une réflexion sur les résultats de la SemaineAlpine 2016 et des propositions pour l’avenir de cet évènement.
Strategic Research Agenda "Mountains for Europe's Future": Mountains for Europe‘s Future
  • 2016

Mountains for Europe‘s Future

Mountains are important for Europe. The Strategic Research Agenda "Mountains for Europe's Future" explains their significance for energy and food production, climate action and transport. It makes the case for including more mountain research topics in the major European research funding programmes such as Horizon 2020.
  • 2016

Perpectives critiques sur la ressource. Retours sur le ForumAlpin

Revue de géographie alpine, 104-3 | 2016. Hors-série sur le ForumAlpinum 2014.
Proceedings ForumAlpinum2014
  • 2015

ForumAlpin 2014 « Ressources alpines »

Les ressources alpines joueront un rôle crucial dans le développement de la région alpine. Elles génèrent un véritable sentiment d’identité ainsi que des innovations technologique, sociales et culturelles ainsi qu’une plus-value économique. Grâce aux aspects naturels, sociaux, culturels et économiques des ressources alpines, ces dernières sont la clé pour un développement durable de la région.