According to our statistic, one of the most popular pages of the Global Botanical Portal is “Scientific Journals“. So we are going to pay special attention to the site as well as to inform you in details about some new and popular periodical editions. Today, thanks to Dr. Andriy V. Novikov, we talk about the scientific journal “Modern Phytomorphology” as an successful experience of Open Access publishing from Ukraine. Continue reading
Today is a special day for the Global Botanical Portal, because we started our “life” from January 29, 2017 🙂 We said one year ago: “Hi, Botanical World!” 🙂
It has been the interesting year which has helped to receive much valuable experience. At the present it is enough hard to determine how successful the project is, but we often feel positive reaction of readers to our activity. Therefore, the Global Botanical Portal will continue working for us 🙂
Our current achievements:
– 39 posts, about 11000 visits of about 5000 visitors for the Global Botanical Portal
– 678 followers and 642 “likes” for our page in Facebook
– 86 posts and 86 followers of our page in Twitter.
We will be very glad, if you continue reading, collaborating, liking and subscribing our website and pages in social networks 🙂
The Global Botanical Portal has already published information about possibilities for botanists, especially from developing countries, which we can receive to thanks by volunteering. Today I would like to share my last experience after participating in the volunteering camp „Wachau Volunteer“ at the World Heritage Landscape of Wachau in Lower Austria from July 30th till August 12th, 2017. Continue reading
The announce of the second MASHAV International Course “Environmental Management of Parks and Nature Reserves: focus on Ecosystem Services” in June 2018
A few days ago I received the letter from my Israeli colleague who works for the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies. It has contained a requist to share the informational brochure about the second MASHAV International Course “Environmental Management of Parks and Nature Reserves: focus on Ecosystem Services” (June 10th – June 29th , 2018, Tel Aviv – Kibbutz Ketura – Jerusalem, Israel). Continue reading
In 15th October 2017 The Global Botanical Portal has posted my photo impressions from visit of the Eötvös Loránd University Botanic Garden in Budapest (Hungary). I promised to continue my story there, but annual reports, preparation for Christmas and New Year hindered to do it. But, today I go on! 🙂
So, a little bit pictures and comments after visit of the Buda Arboretum of Szent István University in the end of July 2017 are below:
The Global Botanical Portal is glad to inform you about the publication of the European Red List of lycopods and ferns.
García Criado, M., Väre, H., Nieto, A., Bento Elias, R., Dyer, R., Ivanenko, Y., Ivanova, D., Lansdown, R., Molina, J.A., Rouhan, G., Rumsey, F., Troia, A., Vrba, J. and Christenhusz, M.J.M. 2017. European Red List of Lycopods and Ferns. Brussels, Belgium: IUCN. iv + 59 pp.
You can download it in the IUCN website – https://portals.iucn.org/library/node/46931
The last week the Hungarian capital was the main botanical city in Europe, because Budapest was hosted the 3rd Conference of Eastern and Central European Botanic Gardens from 9 to 11 October 2017. Unfortunately, I don’t have detailed information about the event and its fruitful work; however I would like to share my impressions from visits to the Eötvös Loránd University Botanic Garden and the Buda Arboretum of Szent István University in the end of July 2017.