The SAS proposals for participation in FP6 projects
are listed in blocks according to the FP6 priority theme structure



FP6
priority
Title of the proposals
link
 
 
 
1: 1.1.6
Sustainable Development, Global Change and Ecosystems
 
1.1.6
Restoration of damaged stands of silver fir (Abies alba Mill.) in polluted areas of Central Europe using Abies interspecific hybrids
1.1.6
Diversity of forest trees in sympatric zones across Europe
1.1.6
Agro-Environmental Program of the Development of Rural Landscape
1.1.6.1
Novel Glycosyl Hydrolases and Esterases Involved in Plant Cell Wall Degradation
1.1.6.1
Environmentally acceptable low-energy cements that are relatively cheap in production and technically similar in use compared to Portland cement
1.1.6.1
System of energy performance evaluation for new and existing building
1.1.6.1.1
Relationship between man and nature under pressure of global change from sustainable development perspective
1.1.6.1.2
Contribution to the globalization of greenhouse emission GHE to the growth and susistanable development of society
1.1.6.2.1
Optimising of the environmentally friendly tunnelling
1.1.6.2.2
Inteligent vibration and shock control in land vehicles
1.1.6.2.2
Energy balance and power flows in vehicles and buildings
1.1.6.3
Minor bodies of the Solar Systemand their interaction with the Earth
1.1.6.3
Solar Variability as an Input to the Global Change of the Earth\'s Environment
1.1.6.3
Long-term Monitoring of Atmospheric Pollution by Astronomical Techniques
1.1.6.3
Global geodynamic events and their impact on the seismic hazard assessment in the Western Carpathian Pannonian Eastern Alpine Bohemian Massif junction area
1.1.6.3
Landscape changes: recognizing and assessment of the regional differences in Europe
1.1.6.3
Global changes and mass extinctions during the Permian-Triassic period: heritage for the present and future
1.1.6.3
Ancient Global Changes indicated in Earth Phanerozoic Climate Evolution
1.1.6.3
Diversity of yeasts and yeast-like organisms in agricultural soil their activity and survival
1.1.6.3
Conservation of gene-pool of valued introduced woody plant species in Slovakia for their increasing stability, production and sustainable use
1.1.6.3
Ecolophysiology and phytopathology problems of woody species in urban environment
1.1.6.3
Utilization of biological protection methods of Castanea sativa Mill. and species of Quercus, Rhododendron and Skimmia
1.1.6.3
Variation, ecology, distribution and health condition in original species genus Quercus L. (mainly Q. cerris L.) in Slovakia
1.1.6.3
Large-scale propagation of trees using biotechnological methods
1.1.6.3
Suspended sediment load during extreme hydrological events from a small basin
1.1.6.3
Changes of snowmelt runoff in mountain regions in changing environment
1.1.6.3
Hydrologic scenarios for the integratedManagement of the quantity and quality of water resources
1.1.6.3
The influence of extreme metheorological phenomena on soil water regime of lowland areas with respect to biodiversity
1.1.6.3
Influence of the global climatic changes, natural and antropogenic stress factors on the biodiversity changes of the high-mountains ecosystems
1.1.6.3
High-mountain vegetation - current state, mapping, changes of species composition of the selected phytocoenoses
1.1.6.3
Environmental properties of soils of the Borska nizina lowland as a part of Pan-European soil studies
1.1.6.3
Fauna and its changes in the Borska nizina lowland as a part of faunistic studies in the Pannonian biogeographical region
1.1.6.3
Beech forests diversity protection in the Male Karpaty Mountains, West Slovakia
1.1.6.3
Consequences of human impacts to natural and semi-natural ecosystems on blown sands in Slovakia
1.1.6.3
Human impact to original peat spruce ecosystems of the high-mountain positions in Slovakia
1.1.6.3
Expression of catalases and biodiversity of microorganisms as a response to oxidative stress of environment.
1.1.6.3
Environmental impact of the pollution on fish and parasite communities of Tisza River
1.1.6.3
INFLUENCE OF EXTREME HYDROLOGICAL SITUATIONS ON WATER REGIME OF OBSERVED DOMAINS
1.1.6.3
Environmental evaluation of the urban ecosystems
1.1.6.3
Land use pattern: evaluation of changes in the historical structure of agricultural landscape for biodiversity