eco.mont – Journal of protected mountain areas research and management

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This journal was founded as a joint initiative of the Alpine Network of Protected Areas (ALPARC), the International Scientific Committee on Research in the Alps (ISCAR), the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW) and the University of Innsbruck.

eco.mont offers a platform specifically for scientists and practitioners working in and on protected mountain areas in Europe and overseas.Target audiences of the journal are scientists from all related disciplines, managers of protected areas and an interested public including practitioners, visitors, teachers, etc.

eco.mont is available by open access from the Austrian Academy Press and in a printed version from Innsbruck University Press.

eco.mont is registered in the Science Citation Index Expanded by Thomson Reuters.

Online ISS:. 2073-1558 (Print ISSN: ISSN 2073-106X)
2 issues per year

  • Publikations­reihe

eco.mont
  • 2019

eco.mont - Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management Vol. 11 No. 2

Protected Areas – a balancing act between ecology and economy
eco.mont Vol. 11 No. 1
  • 2019

eco.mont - Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management Vol. 11 No. 1

Protected areas - natural landscapes or institutions?
eco.mont Vol 10 No 2
  • 2018

eco.mont - Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management Vol. 10 No. 2

The year 2018 marks the 10th anniversary of eco.mont – Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management.
eco.mont Vol. 10 No. 1
  • 2018

eco.mont - Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management Vol. 10 No. 1

Many studies indicate that tourism plays an important role, on various levels, in the economic development of PAs. However, there is clear evidence that tourism can have adverse environmental effects on PAs.
eco.mont Vol 9 / No 2
  • 2017

eco.mont - Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management, Vol. 9 No. 2

Geographically the articles in this issues take us form Lombardy in Italy, south of the Alps, to Austria and Gem any, and finally further north to the Polish part of the Carpathians. The topics ranges as widely as the distance between the protected areas.
eco.mont Vol. 9 Special Issue
  • 2017

eco.mont - Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management, Vol. 9 Special Issue

This themed special issue of eco.mont is focusing on socio-economic issues around large protected areas in the Alps.