The sustainable development of mountain regions requires inter-and transdisciplinary knowledge. The Institute for Interdisciplinary Mountain Research contributes to this global endeavor as part of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and as a member of international scientific networks, together with local partners and stakeholders. As a joint effort of individual researchers covering multiple fields, this article highlights our views on mountains as research objects, the phenomena we investigate as parts of entire mountain systems, and the synergies and differences of the disciplinary frames within which we work.

Joint Endeavor Toward Sustainable Mountain Development: Research at the Institute for Interdisciplinary Mountain Research of the Austrian Academy of Sciences / Bardy-Durchhalter, M.; Bender, O.; Bertolotti, G.; Branca, D.; Braun, V.; Bohleber, P.; Festi, D.; Fischer, A.; Gschwentner, A.; Hartl, L.; Haller, A.; Helfricht, K.; Hiller, C.; Heinrich, K.; Janicke, A.; Keiler, M.; Kock, G.; Kratzer, A.; Lamprecht, A.; Pauli, H.; Polderman, A.; Pfeiffer, J.; Peyre, F. R.; Saccone, P.; Scott, B.; Seiser, B.; Stocker-Waldhuber, M.; Zieher, T.. - In: MOUNTAIN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. - ISSN 0276-4741. - 42:1(2022), pp. P1-P4. [10.1659/MRD-JOURNAL-D-22-00002.1]

Joint Endeavor Toward Sustainable Mountain Development: Research at the Institute for Interdisciplinary Mountain Research of the Austrian Academy of Sciences

Branca D.;
2022

Abstract

The sustainable development of mountain regions requires inter-and transdisciplinary knowledge. The Institute for Interdisciplinary Mountain Research contributes to this global endeavor as part of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and as a member of international scientific networks, together with local partners and stakeholders. As a joint effort of individual researchers covering multiple fields, this article highlights our views on mountains as research objects, the phenomena we investigate as parts of entire mountain systems, and the synergies and differences of the disciplinary frames within which we work.
Joint Endeavor Toward Sustainable Mountain Development: Research at the Institute for Interdisciplinary Mountain Research of the Austrian Academy of Sciences / Bardy-Durchhalter, M.; Bender, O.; Bertolotti, G.; Branca, D.; Braun, V.; Bohleber, P.; Festi, D.; Fischer, A.; Gschwentner, A.; Hartl, L.; Haller, A.; Helfricht, K.; Hiller, C.; Heinrich, K.; Janicke, A.; Keiler, M.; Kock, G.; Kratzer, A.; Lamprecht, A.; Pauli, H.; Polderman, A.; Pfeiffer, J.; Peyre, F. R.; Saccone, P.; Scott, B.; Seiser, B.; Stocker-Waldhuber, M.; Zieher, T.. - In: MOUNTAIN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. - ISSN 0276-4741. - 42:1(2022), pp. P1-P4. [10.1659/MRD-JOURNAL-D-22-00002.1]
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