Implementeringen af Habitatdirektivet: fra basisanalyse til handleplan
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Andersen, Else1, Forfatter
Kristensen, Lone1, Vejleder
1Det Biovidenskabelige Fakultet, København, Danmark
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 Abstract: It is the purpose of this report to analyze the possibilities for the management of the areas appointed as Natura2000-areas under the EC directive for the protection of habitats and species. This management must be built on the basic analyses (da. basisanalyser), which is the document where all available and gathered information about the condition in the areas should be presented. The report focuses on dry heath lands and species rich grasslands in Denmark. The report scrutinizes a selected portion of basic analyses. It asks critically whether the information given is enough to ensure quality and efficiency in the following management plans. Furthermore the report analyses the potential for recreational activities to continue alongside the protection efforts in the areas. The possibility to ensure a dynamic nature management that works with the natural processes, not against them, under the restrictions that the EC directive poses, is considered. The analysis is carried out through the selection of 6 criteria for the quality of the basic analyses. The criteria are as follows; Size, Structure, Species, Recreational use, Fragmentation, and Succession. It is the contention of the report that the basic analyses must present comprehensive information about the condition in the protected areas for all of these criteria, in order to ensure that efficient management plans can be made. After the analysis the report selects one single basic analysis for a protected area and goes on to make the management plan for this area, this attempt should show how the information in the basic analyses can be used and indeed how much information is needed when making decisions about the methods of restoration or conservation. It is the conclusion of this report that the basic analyses do not in general live up to the standards regarding the need for accurate and expansive information. It is necessary to have information regarding the size, structure and species composition to make efficient management plans. This information must be given in a form that allows it to be linked to specific localities in the protected areas. Furthermore it is the conclusion of this report that while information about recreational use, fragmentation and succession may not be absolutely necessary, it will certainly add to the quality of the management plans if it is given. It may help to ensure that public access to the areas is maintained or expanded, but only where this is prudent, and it may help tom make a qualified judgement about which areas should be left to develop freely.
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 Type: Speciale
Alternativ titel: The implementation of the EC habitats directive: from description of conditions to prescribtion of management methods
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Sprog: Danish - dan
 Datoer: 2009
 Sider: 88 pages
 Publiceringsinfo: København, Danmark : Skov & Landskab
 Indholdsfortegnelse: -
 Note: Forestry, Skovbrug
 Type: Speciale
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