Forest and Landscape Restoration
of Post-mining Sites

International Conference

Prague

 

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ABOUT CONFERENCE

Conference should serve as an opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences about post-mining landscapes development with special emphasis on forest restoration.

Major issues discussed in the conference will be:

  • tree selection and tree growth in post-mining sites 

  • soil restoration

  • recovery of biodiversity and the role of spontaneous processes in post-mining sites development

  • ecology and biochemistry of post-mining landscape

  • recovery of water bodies and other features in post-mining landscape

  • interface between mining, mine closure process and restoration

  • monitoring of restored ecosystems

PROGRAMMe

Detailed programme will be specified

First day
Second day
Third day
Presentation Sessions I-III
Presentation Session IV
Poster Session
Conclusions of the conference and discussion about perspective for the development of future collaboration
Excursion to post-mining sites in Sokolov mining district showing different restoration approaches and to experimental floodplain Falcon Catchment
Weekend after conference
SUMMERSCHOOL

  • special lectures focusing on planning, realization and monitoring of restoration

  • theoretical principles of ecosystem restoration and their application to post-mining sites

  • post-mining ecosystem restoration (what we want to achieve, from safe and sane to the functional ecosystem and societal consensus) in the framework of the closure of a mine

  • the formation of post-mining landscape in context of mining technology and effect of mining on individual components of the ecosystem

  • the development of individual components of ecosystem, namely soil and vegetation, in the context of developing major types of terrestrial ecosystem, forest similar to natural habitats and agroecosystem

  • the restoration of lakes, watercourses and other aquatic habitats

  • presented principles will be demonstrated during field trip excursion

Summer school is supported by TRACER Smart strategies for the transition in coal intensive regions  Project No: 836819

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 836819. The sole responsibility for the content of this report lies with the authors. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the European Union. Neither the INEA nor the European Commission are responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.

key dates

  • January 1st 2020: start of registration and abstract submission

  • April 30th 2021: final registration and abstract submission deadline

  • May 2021: final program announced

  • June 2021: Conference

  • June 2021: Summerschool

FEE

We are sorry to announce due to the global pandemic situation we are forced to postpone the conference and summerschool to 2021

Accommodation during both events (summer school and conference) as well as travel to and from the event is organized and covered by participants

Conference: Forest and Landscape Restoration of Post-mining Sites

Participation fee is 50 ‎€ (final fee will be collected on the site)

Summerschool

Expected fee is 50 € (due to local accommodation and food services, final fee will be collected on the site)

scientific & organizing committee

Scientific committee

Jan Frouz
Werner Gerwin
Marcin Pietrzykowski

Organizing committee

Hana Veselá
 
Jakub Vicena
Lucie Buchbauerová
Jana Krejčová
REGISTRATION
Summer school
Mon, Jun 08
Institute for Environmental Studies
Jun 08, 8:00 AM – Jun 12, 12:00 PM
Institute for Environmental Studies, Benátská 2, 128 00 Nové Město, Česko
Deadline of registration is 30.4.2020. Expected fee is 50 € (due to local accommodation and food services, final fee will be collected on the site.
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Forest and Landscape Restoration of Post-mining Sites
Wed, Jun 03
Institute for Environmental Studies
Jun 03, 9:00 AM
Institute for Environmental Studies, Benátská 2, 128 00 Praha - Nové Město, Česko
Registration and abstract submission is one step process. Deadline of registration is 30.4.2020. Participation fee is 50 ‎€ (final fee will be collected on the site)
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REGISTRATION & ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
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Contact

Institute for Environmental Studies

Faculty of Science

Charles University

Benátská 2

12801 Praha 2

www.natur.cuni.cz

Email: hana.vesela@natur.cuni.cz

tel: +420 221 951 904

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HOw to get there?
By Tram & Metro
Metro station: Karlovo námestí (Yellow Line)
Tram station: Botanická zahrada (tram number 18, 24, 14)
By Car (it is not possible park your car in front of the institute)
Institute for Environmental Studies
Benátská 2
Praha 2  128 01
 
park your car on Albertov 6 - please note the limited parking capacity (if it is possible use the public transport above)
 
 
 

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