New Issue: Journal of Mountain Science, Volume 21, Issue 3
New Publication
article written by MRI
25.03.24 | 10:03

Volume 21, Issue 3 of the Journal of Mountain Science includes a diverse array of articles, each offering unique insights into mountainous landscapes.

One such study explores the assessment of sediment connectivity in the Slavíč River catchment located within the Moravskoslezské Beskydy Mountains, Czech Republic. Additionally, an integrated spatial planning approach for ski sports in eastern Türkiye is presented, highlighting the multifaceted challenges and opportunities in mountain landscape management.

Furthermore, readers will find analyses covering a broad spectrum of topics, including glacier recession in the Nun-Kun Group of Glaciers, Northwestern Himalaya, the distribution assessment of soil erosion in the Tianshan Mountains, and the stability analysis of intermittently jointed rock slopes.

The Journal of Mountain Science, established in 2004, is an international English-language journal supervised by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, sponsored by the Chengdu Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, CAS, published by Science Press China, and distributed globally by Springer. Dive into this latest issue, featuring a rich tapestry of research and technical papers covering mountain environment, ecology, hazards, resources, and sustainable mountain development.

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