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The ARPA Piemonte has installed info panels on the permafrost monitoring stations of the Piemonte region (Italy). Read the press release and look at the info panels here.
PermaNET rapport de synthese in French language available for download.
The new documentary of the PermaNET Monitoring Network is available on the website of ARPA Piemonte.
The final updated versions of the PermaNET state-of-the-art report 6.2 are now online.
Synthesis paper in Italian language available for download.
For a short impression of the Geology Conference 2011 click here.
The first broadcasting of the PermaNET documentary "Permafrost, sprengt er die Gipfel?" will take place at the FILMCLUB cinema of Bozen. You can download the German flyer here.
The Synthese Bericht (in German
language) is now available. Download the paper here.
September 5, 2011
The Synthese Bericht (in German language) is now available. Download the paper here.
The Lead Partner of PermaNET will speak about the Project results & outputs on Wednesday 7th September 2011 (10:30 - 13:00) at the Aula Magna of the Science Museum (Via Calepina 14, TRENTO). For more informations look here or download the programme of Wednesday 7th September 2011.
The Educational toolkit includes various knowledge paths (with solutions), experiments and a describtion for two excursions in the Central Eastern Alps. The download is available in the section of Products.
The PermaNET documentary is available on the web site of the Foundation "Montagna Sicura - Montagne sûre".
A collection of pictures of the PermaNET Final Conference is now online. Take a look.
All the products and activities of the project are described in the PermaNET Synthesis Report. Download the paper here.
At the Final Conference will participate all PermaNET project partner, but it's also open for all interested people. Read more.
At the mid-way point of the programming period 2007-2013, partners from the seven countries cooperating under the EU transnational programme for the Alps come together at a major event to take stock of where the Alpine Space Programme stands today on its course for sustainable regional development. Read more.