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Record number 346346
Title Success stories in landscape management for functional biodiversity: an assessment from 5 west-European countries
Author(s) Snoo, G.R. de; Burgio, G.; Eggenschwiler, L.; Gerowitt, B.; Mante, J.; Powell, W.; Alebeek, F.A.N. van; Kragten, S.; Rossing, W.A.H.
Source In: 2nd WG Meeting Landscape Management for Functional Biodiversity, Zürich-Reckenholz, Switzerland, 16 May-19 June 2006 / Rossing, W.A.H., Eggenschwiler, L., Poehling, H.-M., - p. 29 - 32.
Department(s) Nature Conservation and Plant Ecology
Laboratory of Entomology
PPO Arable Farming, Multifunctional Agriculture and Field Production of Vegetables
Biological Farming Systems
PE&RC
Publication type Contribution in proceedings
Publication year 2006
Keyword(s) bestrijdingsmethoden - behoud - natuurbescherming - agrarische bedrijfsvoering - functionele biodiversiteit - agrobiodiversiteit - control methods - preservation - nature conservation - farm management - functional biodiversity - agro-biodiversity
Categories Organic Farming / Biodiversity
Abstract Within IOBC, a small scale inventory was made to collect success stories in landscape management for functional biodiversity. Five projects from different European countries were analysed to define the indicators in the people, planet and profit domains being seen as important for success. Projects primarily related to functional biodiversity focused on indicators relevant for farmers, with direct pest/natural enemies assessments and pest management costs and savings considerations at the field and farm level. Projects with a broader emphasis on biological conservation in the countryside often took into account functional biodiversity aspects, but related mostly to a wider range of actors and at a landscape level. Since landscape management for conservation reasons is quite successful it is argued to bring functional biodiversity in line with biodiversity conservation strategies
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