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3961 Ormoz basins guidebook Ormož Basins are a wetland of exceptional national and international importance attracting both breeding and migrating bird species of conservation importance. This guidebook aims to show life in various forms thriving in what used to be an abandoned industrial area, saved from destruction and later declared a nature reserve dedicated to conservation of biodiversity providing relaxed, informative and high quality experience of nature. This guidebook presents history of the site, birds, management of the area and photos. LiveDrava - Riparian Ecosystem Restoration of the Lower Drava River in Slovenia
3960 LiveDrava - layman's report This is the layman's report: a short illustrated summary of this restoration project Riparian Ecosystem Restoration of the Lower Drava River in Slovenia, financed by Life+ programme, coordinated by DOPPS Birdlife Slovenia LiveDrava - Riparian Ecosystem Restoration of the Lower Drava River in Slovenia
3959 Liberty Island Life + project Final proceedings (Hungarian) This is the page gathering all presentations made at the final conference of the project in 2013 which was gathering representatives from 5 countruies to exchange on the project, its results and follow up. Conservation and restoration of alluvial habitats of community interest on the Liberty Island and side channel
3958 Restoration of the Liberty Island and its side-arm on the Danube - Layman’s Report This is the layman's report: a short illustrated summary of this restoration project financed by Life+ programme, coordinated by WWF with 5 partners to reopen a side arm of the Danube. Conservation and restoration of alluvial habitats of community interest on the Liberty Island and side channel
3949 Climate Proofing Housing Landscapes This is the website describing elements of the project urban climate proofing, a project in inner London, a Life+ project (2013-2016) who developed an integrated approach to climate adaptation in urban areas by undertaking a package of affordable, light-engineering climate change adaptation measures based around the retrofitting of blue and green infrastructure. More at Twitter: @GroundworkLON #urbanclimateproofing Climate-Proofing Social Housing Landscapes
3939 NEW: final reports for Slowing the Flow at Pickering project This webpage links to the phase 1 and phase 2 reports of the project. Slowing the Flow at Pickering, UK
3555 Imrovement of the hydrological regime in Kaikusha marsh Обектът - блато Кайкуша - попада в едноименната защитена местност, която е част от природен парк „Персина”. Намира се на 5 km югоизточно от г. Белене и на 2 km северозападно от с. Ореш (географска ширина 43°36' N и географска дължина 25°11' E), и попада изцяло в землището на село Ореш, община Свищов, област Велико Търново (фиг. 1). Известна първоначално като езеро, сега Кайкуша е влажна зона, която в резултат на андигирането на река Дунав и изграждането на отводнителна система е със значително нарушени воден режим и екосистемни функции, и представлява мочурлива територия , обрасла с блатна растителност, без постоянно водно огледало. Green Borders: Transboundary conservation activities in Romania and Bulgaria
3554 GreenBorders LIFE Nature project "Transboundary conservation of the Phalacrocorax pygmaeus and Aythya nyroca in Romanian and Bulgarian key sites"; Objectives: is to ensure living conditions for the two species by: nesting and feeding areas' reconstruction; implementing the best practices for fisheries management; Green Borders: Transboundary conservation activities in Romania and Bulgaria
3553 IW Science The Green Borders project creates the framework for cross-border conservation for 11 Natura 2000 sites along the Lower Danube in Romania and Bulgaria. Green Borders: Transboundary conservation activities in Romania and Bulgaria
3552 WWF Bulgaria WWF website - Bulgaria Restoration of riparian forests in Bulgaria
3551 Riparian Habitats in BG - Conservation and Restoration of 11 Natura 2000 Riparian and Wetland Habitats in 10 Bulgarian Forests Project report Restoration of riparian forests in Bulgaria
3550 Srebarna Nature Reserve A linking canal with a lock, constructed in 1994, enabled the †œartificial respiration† of Srebarna. Thanks to this canal, water from the Danube can now flow into the lake every year Restoration within the Srebarna Nature Reserve, Bulgaria
3549 Riparian and lowland mixed woodlands and longozes The mixed lowland and riparian forests and longoses are a part of the intrazonal vegetation distributed in the valleys of a number of Bulgarian rivers. Typical is the periodical flooding and in some cases high air humidity. Riparian forests along the Maritsa river, Bulgaria
3548 Case study:Restoration and conservation of riparian forests The restoration of habitats in protected area "Reka Maritsa Riparian forests along the Maritsa river, Bulgaria
3547 Case study:Restore riparian floodplain habitats maintained in reserve "Dolna topchia" and run off on his sleeve "Malka Tundzha" Design and construction of hydraulic estructures on river Tundzha (a weir and one channel of 900 m) for recovery of riparian wetland biotopes maintained in reserve "Dolna topchia" and run off on his sleeve "MalkaTundzha". The main objective of the project is to restore the conditions necessary for the maintenance of riparian biotopes. River floodplain restoration on the Tundzha, Bulgaria
3546 Constructed Wetland in Bulgaria - Constructed Wetland Implementation for On-site Treatment of Domestic Wastewater of a Children´s Home combined with Capacity Building for Professionals The goal of the project is to raise awareness and to build capacity among professionals as well as citizens about extensive wastewater treatment processes which are cost-effective and sustainable. Constructed wetland in Vidrare, Bulgaria
3545 Constructed Wetlands Sustainable Wastewater Treatment for Rural and Peri-Urban Communities in Bulgaria Constructed wetland (tank for pre-treatment and planted soilfileter for the biological step) for the treatment of domestic wastewater as decentralised solution Constructed wetland in Vidrare, Bulgaria
3544 LIFE FOR THE BOURGAS LAKE - Ensuring Conservation of Priority Bird Species and Coastal Habitats at the Bourgas Natura 2000 Wetland Sites The Bulgarian Black Sea coast consists of a complex of coastal wetlands providing important breeding and wintering habitats for a significant number of bird species. The complex is an important migration stop for hundreds of thousands of birds flying on the East-European migratory route “Via Pontica.” Notably, these coastal wetlands are the most significant breeding, wintering and staging sites in Europe for four globally endangered birds: pygmy cormorant (Phalacrocorax pygmeus); Dalmatian pelican (Pelecanus crispus); white-headed duck (Oxyura leucocephala); and ferruginous duck (Aythya niroca) as well as the bittern (Botaurus stellaris). Despite the wetlands being classified as Natura 2000 sites and being protected in specific areas according to national legislation, there are still major threats to these birds that need to be tackled. Many of these come from the immediate proximity of the major Black Sea port and tourist destination, Burgas. They include habitat change and disturbance, power lines, illegal killing, accidental net catching, and industrial accidents.  Wetland management on the Burgas lakes, Bulgaria
3543 LIFE FOR THE BOURGAS LAKE - Ensuring Conservation of Priority Bird Species and Coastal Habitats at the Bourgas Natura 2000 Wetland Sites The †œLife for the Bourgas lakes† project aims to secure the long-term conservation of the five bird species included in Annex I of the Birds Directive and the sustainable management of their wetland habitats around the city of Burgas. To achieve this, it plans to: Wetland management on the Burgas lakes, Bulgaria
3542 Restoration, protection and sustainable management of the biodiversity in the protected place Zlato pole Restoration, protection and sustainable management of the biodiversity in protected place Zlatno pole, by applying the measures provided for in the Management Plan. Restoration of the Zlato pole protected area, Bulgaria
3541 Case study:Restoration, protection and sustainable development of protected area "Zlato pole" Providing of additional water quantities for maintaining the hydrological regime of the protected place Zlato pole - construction of a hydraulic structure - a channel for supplying water from the river of Marinka in the protected area. (original website: http://zmzp.dimitrovgrad.bg/) Restoration of the Zlato pole protected area, Bulgaria
3540 Case study:Restoration of Rusenski Lom River near Ivanovo Application of the principle †œmore space for the river †“ more safety for people† Floodplain restoration in the Russenski Lom Nature Park, Bulgaria
3539 About the project The hydrological conditions will be improved, overgrowth and invasive alien fish species will be removed in Gornji kal and Mura oxbow lakes, destruction of endangered habitats and the disturbance of endangered species will be prevented by building footpaths in Zelenci and in Pohorje bogs, guidelines for management of pilot areas will be prepared and integrated into sector plans, which will ensure a sustainable conservation of pilot areas. Field actions will be supported by awareness raising action both on national and local level. WETMAN - Conservation and management of freshwater, Slovenia
3538 Project Description The overall goal of the project is to re-establish a favourable conservation status for eight targeted freshwater habitats and six wetland habitat SCIs. The project sites †“ Pohorje, Zelenci, Vrhe, Planik, Gornji kal and Mura-Petišovci contain different ypes of wetlands, all of which have suffered from a lack of appropriate management. WETMAN - Conservation and management of freshwater, Slovenia
3537 LIVEDRAVA Projekt z naslovom »Obnova rečnega ekosistema nižinskega dela Drave v Sloveniji« z akronimom »LIVEDRAVA«, je zaživel s 01.09.2012 in bo trajal do 31.12.2017. Izvajali ga bomo na območju reke Drave, med Mariborom in Središčem ob Dravi. Vrednost projekta je 4.409.483 EUR. Evropska unija bo prispevala 50% sredstev, Ministrstvo za kmetijstvo in okolje 20%, ostalih 30% pa prispevajo partnerji in sofinancerji sami. Partnerji projekta so: VGB Maribor d.o.o., Drava Vodnogospodarsko podjetje Ptuj, d.d. in Mestna občina Ptuj. Poleg partnerjev so sofinancerji projekta še Dravkse elektrarne Maribor d.o.o., Ministrstvo Republike Slovenije za kmetijstvo in okolje ter Občina Ormož, projekt pa podpirajo Agencija republike Slovenije za okolje ter Občina Središče ob Dravi. Creation of semi-natural wetlands near the Drava river, Slovenia

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