PSEUDOKARST SYMPOSIA

The Symposia on Pseudokarst have had the tradition longer than 25 years. The idea was born in the former Czechoslovakia and one of the “fathers” of this idea was Jiři Kopecký, now one of the Honorary Presidents of the Pseudokarst Commission. The first Symposium was held in this country as a national meeting, but with the attendance of participants from abroad. The next Symposia have had also the international character and have been hold usually each 2 years.

Overview:

1. Symposium - 1982 Janovički - Broumov Upland (Czechoslovakia)
2. Symposium - 1985 Janovički - Broumov Upland (Czechoslovakia)
3. Symposium - 1988 Koenigstein - Saxony Swizerland (East Germany)
4. Symposium - 1990 Podolanky, Moravskoslezske Beskydy (Czechoslovakia)
5. Symposium - 1994 Szczyrk - Beskid Śląski Mts. (Poland)
6. Symposium - 1996 Galyatető, Matra Mts. (Hungary)
7. Symposium - 1999 Arad-Moneasa (Romania)
8. Symposium - 2004 Teplý Vrch (Slovakia)
9. Symposium - 2006 Bartkowa, Beskidy Mountains (Poland)
10. Symposium - 2008 Gorizia (Italy)
11. Symposium - 2010 Saupsdorf, Saxon Swizerland (Germany)
12. Symposium - 2012 Tui, Galicia (Spain)
13. Symposium - 2015 Kunčice pod Ondřejníkem, Beskidy Mountains (Czech Republic)