Schedules tables Communications

Day 26 from 16.00 to 17.00 h.
Table Mountain and Security

1- Using OpenStreetMap (free platform geographic data) to improve security in the hiker activity: Example network homologated in Las Merindades (Burgos) trails.
2- Using Semantic applied and Text Mining for Security in the Mountain.
3- difficulty rating of excursions: the measured, does a valid system?

Day 26 from 16.00 to 17.00 h.
Table Mountain and Society

1- Mountaineering and philosophy.
2- What do the Aragonese mountaineers think about the medicalized mountain rescue service in Aragon?
3- “Mountains, risk and recovery rates: note on the necessary balance between rights, obligations and public service.”
4- Hiking for everyones.

Day 26 from 16.00 to 17.00 h.
Mesa Mountaineering and Sport

1- Dehydration in mountain races ultra-distance. Response depending on the age and sex of the participants.
2- Analysis of the preparation of runners in mountain races in Aragon.
3- static equilibrium disturbances in mountain races.

Day 27 from 12.30 to 13.30 h.
Table Mountain and Security

1- Risk perception and decision making in mountaineering: Implications for security and training.
2- Accident rate in mountain Sports Reality and solutions.
3- Determination of liability in sports river in Spain.

Day 27 from 12.30 to 13.30 h.
Table Mountain and Society

1- The ecological model of learning mountain sports.
2- Training mountain activities in the statement of Physical Education Degree in Education. Security as a key element of learning.
3- Mountain activities at school age. An experience in the CEIP Gascón and Marin.
4- Designing Lavango Riski, game awareness of avalanche dangers. Preliminary results.

Day 27 from 12.30 to 13.30 h.
Table Mountain and Economic Development

1- Enmochilados.
2- The role of walking and hiking in mountain tourism: alternatives in rural areas of interior.
3- Management Strategies sport towards sustainable development. 8 cases in protected spaces Catalonia.

Day 27 from 16.00 to 17.00 h.
Table Mountain and Security

1- Control Mechanisms safety materials mountain: proposal for a control model of the product in use for climbing equipment (CTE 136).
2- Applications of Infrared Thermography in mountain sports.
3- Tensile strength testing and breaking mechanism investigation of used aluminum climbing carabiners.
4- Subcommittee AENOR, Representation FEDME.

Day 27 from 16.00 to 17.00 h.
Table Mountain and Health

Races 1- mountain accident. Profile of participants and propensity to crash.
2- Medical App mountain.
3- Economic analysis of the medicalization of mountain rescue.
4- Planning and provision of assistance Sanitary mountain activities in the Military School Mountain and Special Operations ET

Day 27 from 16.00 to 17.00 h.
Mesa Mountaineering and Sport

1- Analysis of the physiological response of backcountry skiing during a stage race: a case study.
2- Resistant Personality and Physical Activity in Mountain Guides (SEA).
3- Relationship of scale-height ratio to the degree of escalation.

Day 28 from 12.30 to 13.30 h.
Table Mountain and Security

1- First approach to the total number of rescues performed in Spain in 2013.
2- Accidents in outdoor sports in the province of Huesca district, summer 2014.
3- statistic performances Civil Protection Service of the Government of Cantabria from 2005 to 2014.
4- Features civil protection redemptions by the Government of Cantabria 2014.

Day 28 from 12.30 to 13.30 h.
Table Mountain and Society

1- Application of Automatic Systems recommendation on Mountain Activities.
2- The hiker information in Spain. Characterization by a panel of experts.
3- Territorial culture and mountaineering. Between agreement mountaineer sport and culture.
4- Partial zoning guidelines Pyrenean aragonés10 years later: a socio vision to climate change.

Day 28 from 12.30 to 13.30 h.
Table Mountain and the Environment

1- Climbing areas integrated management: The way to a legal development in our sport.
2- Record and track the influx of visitors in protected natural areas. Eco-counters: potentials and problems. Bases for its use. The case of the Parc Natural de l’Alt Pirineu.
3- temporal analysis of climatic variables ski conditions in the Spanish Central Pyrenees and Andorra in the second half of the twentieth century.
4- “Climbing Schools Gipuzkoa: RETROFIT”.

Day 28 from 16.00 to 17.00 h.
Table Mountain and Economic Development

1- Socio-economic impact and analysis of the value added generated by High Mountain Refuges of Aragon.
2- High Guadarrama route.
3- Greenways: trail and hiking.

Day 28 from 16.00 to 17.00 h.
Table Mountain and Society

1- reunion Road: An itinerary with symbolic and emotional value.
2- The revitalization of traditional road network through strategic partnerships and community engagement: Abicore path in the Anaga Rural Park on the island of Tenerife.
3- Voices of the past: the history of mountaineering in Republican Turkey.

Day 28 from 16.00 to 17.00 h.
Table Mountain and Health

1- resuscitation of avalanche victims: CISA-IKAR checklist.
2- pathophysiological alterations in the health of the mountaineers, dehydration, and acute mountain sickness.
3- injuries while performing a learning phase of life, movement and combat in winter mountain Commands Units for the Spanish Armed Forces.
4- A training program combined with moderate intermittent hypoxia stays at altitude improves the resilience of the climbers.