Salzburg Nature Monographs
The Salzburg Nature Monographs profile, at irregular intervals, the nature and natural phenomena of Salzburg and are addressed to both interested laypeople and specialists. Sound scientific analyses
combined with easy-to-read texts and attractive pictures impart knowledge and are intended to inspire readers to set out themselves on an expedition into Salzburg’s natural surroundings.
Salzburg Nature Monographs, Volume 1
By Ingeborg Illich, Sabine Werner, Helmut Wittmann, and Robert Lindner
Who hasn’t seen one, the diminutive brown and green creature who, with its oversized back legs, leaps away in an enormous arc when you get too close: the grasshopper. For over 20 years, Inge Illich has researched the grasshoppers of Salzburg. Together with Sabine Werner, Helmut Wittmann, and Robert Lindner, she has now brought together the results of her work in book form with volume one of the Salzburg Nature Monographs, entitled The Grasshoppers of Salzburg.
256 pages, year of publication: 2010
Publisher: Haus der Natur – Museum of Nature and Technology
Sales price: € 29,70 (incl. 10% VAT) - plus shipping
Salzburg Nature Monographs, Volume 2
By Eberhard Stüber, Robert Lindner, and Maria Jerabek
This monograph presents the first-ever compilation of the available knowledge concerning the biology and distribution of mammals in the province of Salzburg. From the barbastelle to the brown bear, from the Eurasian pygmy shrew to the red deer, this scientific publication provides comprehensive and detailed insight into this attractive animal group. With beautiful pictures, clearly-presented distribution maps, illustrations, and supplemental information about the endangered status and protection of mammals, the team of authors headed by Eberhard Stüber presents a work for all nature enthusiasts.
272 pages, year of publication: 2014
Publisher: Haus der Natur − Museum of Nature and Technology
Sales price: € 36,90 (incl. 10% VAT) - plus shipping
Bulletin of the Haus der Natur
The Bulletin of the Haus der Natur is the official scientific publication of the Haus der Natur. Its purpose is to publish new knowledge and discoveries from the different fields of natural science and is in principle open to all subdisciplines. Preference, however, is given to entries from the fields of faunistics, floristics, geology, mineralogy, paleontology, ecology, and nature conservation that have a direct relevance to Salzburg and the surrounding areas.
Manuscripts should be submitted electronically to the editor (email@example.com) and must adhere to the manuscript guidelines. Only unpublished manuscripts that have not been simultaneously submitted to other publications can be accepted for publication in the Bulletin of the Haus der Natur.