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Introduction In 2003 the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, and Ukraine signed a Framework Convention on the Protection and Sustainable Development of the Carpathians, referred to as the Carpathian Convention ( Conference of Plenipotentiaries for Adoption and Signature of The Framework Convention On The Protection And Sustainable Development Of The Carpathians [CPA], 2003 ). Spatial planning and cultural heritage have both been declared as areas of cooperation between countries party to the convention. Article 5 of the Convention is fully

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Vol. 1: 478 pp., Vol. 3: 638 pp., Vol. 4: 748 pp., Vol. 8: 518 pp. Kliment J., Jarolímek I. & Šibík J. (2007): Mulgedio-Aconitetea . pp. 21-129. In Kliment J. & Valachovič M. (eds): Rastlinné spoločenstvá Slovenska. 4. Vysokohorská vegetácia. Veda, Bratislava, 386 pp. Kornaś J. & Medwecka-Kornaś A. (1967): Plant communities of the Gorce Mts. (Polish Western Carpathians). Natural and seminatural non-forest communities. - Fragm. Flor. Geobot., 13(2): 41-114 (in Polish with English summary). Krajčiová-Šibíková I., Šibík, J., Jarolímek I

References Armata L. (2005): A contribution to the bryoflora of the Pogórze Dynowskie Foothills (Western Carpathians). - Ann. Univ. M. Curie-Skłodowska. Sect. C 60: 101-111. − (2008): A contribution to the moss flora of the eastern part of the Polish Carpathians. In: A. Stebel , R. Ochyra (eds.), Bryophytes of the Western Carpathians, Sorus, Poznań, p. 169-178. Chałubiński T. (1886): Enumeratio muscorum frondosorum tatrensium, hususque cognitorum. - Pamiętnik Fizyjograficzny, Dział 3 (Botanika i Zoologija) 6: i-viii + 1-207 + 1 pl. Frey W. , Fr ahm J . -P

the Carpathian region, there are also complex climatic characteristics ( Konček 1974 ; Niedźwiedź 2012 ; Cheval et al. 2014 ; Spinoni et al. 2014 ; Dąbrowska & Guzik eds. 2015 ). The general features of thermal stress conditions in the northern Carpathians were analysed by Błażejczyk et al. (2020) , who concluded that 1) due to the higher altitude, UTCI values became lower, cold stress days are more frequent, and the number of heat stress days is reduced and at sites elevated >1500 m ASL is equal to 0, 2) in eastern areas with sub-mountain, coline relief, cold

–1500 m a.s.l., sum of active temperatures 600–1000 degrees) and cold (above 1500 m a.s.l., sum of active temperatures below 600 degrees). Different vertical climatic zones (VCZ) were proposed for Eastern Carpathians by Niedźwiedź (2012) based of vertical variability of mean annual temperature developed by Hess (1965) . Areas below 850 m a.s.l with annual air temperature (Ta) >+6°C are there classified as moderately warm. Moderately cool are slopes 850–1200 m a.s.l. (Ta from +6 to +4°C). Areas elevated 1200–1550 m a.s.l. are classified as cool (Ta from +4°C to +2°C

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References BROSKA I., SIMAN P., 1998: The breakdown of monazite in the West-Carpathian Veporic orthogneisses and Tatric granites. Geologica Carpathica 49, 161-167. BROSKA I., PETRÍK I., WILLIAMS C. T., 2000: Coexisting monazite and allanite in peraluminious granitoids of the Tribeč Mountains, Western Carpathians. American Mineralogist 85, 22-32. BROSKA I., KUBIŠ, M., WILLIAMS C. T., KONEČNÝ P. 2002. The composition of rock-forming and accessory minerals from the Gemeric granites (Hnilec area, Gemeric superunit, Western Carpathians). Bulletin of the Czech

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References Bajgier-Kowalska M. 2004–2005. Rola gospodarczej działalności człowieka w powstawaniu i odmładzaniu osuwisk w Karpatach fliszowych. Folia Geogr., ser. geogr.-phys. , 35–36: 11-30. Baroň I., Řehánek T., Vošmik J., Musel V., Kondrová L. 2011. Report on a recent deep-seated landslide at Gírová Mt., Czech Republic, triggered by a heavy rainfall: The Gírová Mt., Outer West Carpathians; Czech Republic. Landslides , 8: 355-361. Bednarczyk Z. 2015. Metody monitoringu osuwisk i wczesnego ostrzegania on-line na przykładzie badań geologiczno-inżynierskich w