- 8th Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitors in Recreation and Protected Areas (MMV) “Cooperation across borders and scales”, 26-30.09.2016, Nowy Sad (Serbia)
University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sciences, Department Of Geography, Tourism And Hotel Management
Is PPGIS always an effective management tool? Reflections based on the Tatra National Park case study.
Does Natura 2000 always mean an ecotourism potential? Application of PP GIS to the perception study of the tourist stakeholders’ values at the local scale of Natura 2000 municipalities
- European Ecosystem Services „Helping nature to help us”, 19-23.09.2016, Antwerpia (Belgia)
University of Antwerp
Co-producing of new knowledge through the maps – empirical examples from three-stage PPGIS focus group interviews with nature conservation experts and local leaders on the ecosystem services perception
- 27th International Congress for Conservation Biology, 4th European Congress for Conservation Biology “Mission Biodiversity: Choosing new paths for conservation”, 2-6.08.2015, Montpellier, Francja
Society for Conservation Biology
Rethinking the use of PPGIS in exploring perception of ecosystem services - How to assure data validity?
- 9th IALE World Congress „Crossing Scales, Crossing Borders: Global Approaches to Complex Challenges”, 5-10.07.2015, Portland, OR, USA
International Association of Landscape Ecology
Landscape as a double ecotourist asset - PPGIS support for analysis of ecotourism potential in peripheral municipalities in Poland.
- 6th International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitors in Recreational and Protected Areas „Outdoor Recreation in Change - Current Knowledge and Future Challenges”, 21-24.08.2012, Sztokholm, Szwecja.
Resrarch programme „Outdoor Recreation in Change”, gathering researchers from: Mid-Sweden University, University of Gothenburg, Karlstad University, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå University, Blekinge Institute of Technology and Örebro University.„Model of high-mountain hiking trails (via ferrata type) in Tatra National Park – A comparison between Poland and Slovakia in the context of the Alps”.