of calamine soils

and its importance
for biodiversity and landscape
in post-mining areas


If you are interested in the ecology of post-mining areas we invite you to the reading. You will find here the materials collected within the performance of the research project concerned the study on the plant-soil relationships in the environment contaminated with heavy metals, in the Olkusz Ore-bearing Region

News archive

May 31,2011

Scientific conferences

We took part in the international conference on soil microorganisms (Ecology of Soil Microorganisms 2011; March 27 - May 1, Prague) and the conference on recultivation and rehabilitation of degraded areas (April 26-29, Jurata). We were present at the international conference "Planta Europa" (May 23-27, Kraków). In the near future we are going to Portugal (Coimbra), where the international conference on ecology of areas contaminated with heavy metals will take place ("Serpentine Ecology 2011", June 12-16).

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About us

You will find out about us on the following websites:
Department of Ecology
Institute of Botany PAS

Project office

Department of Ecology
W. Szafer Institute of Botany
Polish Academy of Sciences
Lubicz 46, 31-512 Kraków
phone: +48 12 424 17 21
fax: +48 12 421 97 90

Our partners

Jagiellonian University, University of Oslo, Pedagogical University of Cracow, University of Silesia, Gmina Bukowno, Gmina Bolesław, ZGH "Bolesław"

The project MF EOG PL0265 is supported by a grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area.