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Record number 434155
Title Towards an ecological network for the Carpathians
Author(s) Zingstra, H.L.; Seffer, J.; Lasak, R.; Baltzer, M.; Bouwma, I.M.; Walters, L.J.; Smith, B.; Kitnaes, K.; Predoiu, G.E.; Prots, B.; Sekulic, G.
Source Wageningen : Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation - 48
Department(s) CDI management
Centre for Development Innovation

Forest and Nature Conservation Policy
Alterra - Biodiversity and policy
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2009
Keyword(s) ecologisch herstel - netwerken - roemenië - servië - oekraïne - ecological restoration - networks - romania - serbia - ukraine
Categories Nature Conservation
Abstract The Carpathian Biodiversity Information System (CBIS) and the proposal for an ecological network for the eastern part of the Carpathians are the two main outcomes of the project funded by the BBI Matra program of the Dutch government. This brochure presents information on how the CBIS was designed, and how the data stored can be retrieved and used. It also clarifies how the CBIS data were used to design the ecological network and, last but not least, it offers recommendations for the use of the proposed ecological network in supporting sustainable developmentin the Carpathians. Due to funding restrictions, the project focused on three east Carpathian countries: Romania, Serbia and Ukraine, which together host the largest area of the Carpathians (Fig. 2). Geographically, the Eastern Carpathians also include parts of the Carpathians located in Poland and Slovakia. Data collection in the Western Carpathians (Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary) will be completed by 2010 and is funded by a parallel project.
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