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Record number 523993
Title Beschermde gebiedenregister : technische documentatie, Status A
Author(s) Schuiling, C.; Schmidt, A.M.; Rivière, I.J. la; Smidt, R.A.
Source Wageningen : Statutory Research Tasks Unit for Nature & the Environment (WOt-technical report 93) - 55
Department(s) Alterra - Spatial knowledge systems
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2017
Keyword(s) beschermde gebieden - beschermingsgebieden - natura 2000 - natuurbescherming - nederland - geodata - reserved areas - conservation areas - nature conservation - netherlands
Categories Nature Management (General)
Abstract This report offers a description of the technical environment, tools and models that are used in managing theDutch register of protected sites (Beschermde gebiedenregister). Its purpose is to document the processesand procedures. Obtaining the ‘A’ quality status is not the immediate aim, but is the long-term goal to whichthis report contributes. The aim of the register of protected sites is to define the boundaries of natural areasand to support the process of defining legally protected sites under one of the following treaties or laws: theBirds and Habitats Directives (Natura 2000), the Ramsar Convention and the Dutch Nature Protection Act(Natuurbeschermingswet). This report describes the procedures for defining the boundaries and formanaging the historical boundaries
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