IGU Commission on Mountain Geoecology and Sustainable Development
Commission UGI sur la géoécologie de montagne et le développement durable
1968, as Commission C4 of B-XB2079 - International Geographical Union (IGU), with the title IGU Commission on Mountain Geoecology and Resource Management. (From 1992-1996: Commission 92-C19; since 1996: Commission 96-C16). Ceased to exist.
Promote the study of natural and human induced environmental change of mountain geo-ecosystems worldwide, including specific topics such as dynamics of vegetation cover and land use, water balance, climatic change and hazards, policy for sustainable mountain development.
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