ENCATC IN CONTACT INTERVIEW ENCATC NEWSLETTER JULY 2018 INTERVIEW WITH ELEONORA PSENNER
Eurac becoming member of ENCATC Eurac Research addresses up-to-date societal, economic, environmental, technological and cultural challenges and puts a special focus on issues linked to health and wellbeing, sustainable energy, well-functioning political governance and an intact social system and environment. Complex questions are tackled by adopting an interdisciplinary approach and by organizing single projects around three major themes: Regions fit for living in, Diversity as a life-enhancing feature and A healthy society. To undertake research is to challenge conventional ways of thinking and to transcend limitations. Following this line of thought Eurac Research. Eurac Research wants to support ENCATC´s mission by promoting cultural management and cultural policy education and at the same time learn from this network by engaging in a vivid interdisciplinary exchange of ideas, information and practices linked to culture and its multifaceted sectors. Thanks to Eurac´s interdisciplinary approach in the field of applied research and thanks to its various thematic research areas the center can contribute to ENCATC´s prospect of professionalizing the cultural sector and to make it sustainable, collaborating in the creation and further development of a platform for discussion and exchange at European and international level.
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Rock glaciers in crystalline catchments: Hidden permafrost-related threats to alpine headwater lakes Ilyashuk B; Ilyashuk E; Psenner R; Tessadri R; Koinig KA (2018)A global warming-induced transition from glacial to periglacial processes has been identified in mountainous regions around the world. Degrading permafrost in pristine periglacial environments can produce acid rock drainage ...
Climate warming increases vertical and seasonal water temperature differences and inter-annual variability in a mountain lake Niedrist GH; Psenner R; Sommaruga R (2018)Lakes around the world are warming, but not all water layers are warming at the same rate, and some are even cooling. Most studies have focused on summer lake water surface temperatures or analyzed short-time series. Here, ...