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3267 Restoration and Management of Oroklini Lake SPA (CY6000010) in Larnaka, Cyprus / LIFE10 NAT CY 000716 - PROJECT'S WEBSITE The aim of this project is to bring an ecological balance to the lake so the ecosystem†™s functions will continue in depth of time. This will ensure the stability of the species populations and the qualifying habitats. Oroklini wetland restoration in Cyprus
3502 Restoration at Zahorie Lowland Web page Wetland restoration in the Zahorie lowland, Slovakia
3518 Restoration of Drained Mires (Å umava National Park, Czech Republic) About 70% of mires in the Šumava Mountains have been influenced by past drainage for variously forestry, agriculture and peat extraction. Since 1999, a comprehensive “Mire Restoration Programme” has been implemented in the Šumava National Park, primarily focused on the disturbed hydrology. The main restoration technique used has been the blocking of drainage ditches. Selected drained and intact mires were also monitored with the aim: (i) to characterise the degradation changes induced by the disturbed hydrology; and (ii) to evaluate the success of restoration. Water-table fluctuations, hydrochemistry of groundwater, surface-water outflow, amount of precipitation and the vegetation on permanent plots have been monitored. Pre-restoration monitoring data had shown differences between drained and intact sites. On drained bog sites, water tables were maintained at lower levels and exhibited higher fluctuations compared to intact sites. Expansion of the more competitive grasses and trees towards the bog expanse was recorded on drained bogs as well as expansion of dwarf shrub vegetation and reduction of Trichophorum lawns and hollow vegetation. Preliminary results from the initial post-restoration phase have shown a rise in the water table, stabilisation of the hydrological regime and some changes in hydrochemistry at restored sites. Mire restoration within the Sumava National Park, Czech Republic
3446 Restoration of Kuresoo Aims of the project were - to find out the current status, develop restoration plan, compile construction project and prepare follow-up project. Restoring the Kuresoo bog, Estonia
3367 Restoration of the archeological and the broader landscape of Olympia Project report Water retention management in the broader area of Ancient Olympia, Elia, Greece
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
3500 Restoration of Wetland Sur: Conflict between urban planning and water planning Presentation of the conflict case Reconstruction within the Sur Fen Nature Reserve, Slovakia
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
3246 RESTORE Database Description of the interventions River restoration of the lower Aurino in Italy
3508 RESTOREWETLANDS - Conservation, restoration and durable management in Small Island of Braila, Romania The aim of the project was to guarantee the long-term conservation of priority habitats and species of European importance in the entire area of the SIB Natural Park. This aim would be achieved through the implementation of conservation plans developed in close cooperation with all the interested stakeholders that were engaged during the previous LIFE project. A total area of about 2 949 ha of important habitats would be restored in different areas of the park. Conservation, restoration and durable management in Small Island of Braila, Romania
3451 Restoring ecosystem functions in heavily disturbed estuary Lippenbroek Regulated Tidal Exchange Scheme, Belgium
3293 Restoring Europe's Rivers - Case Study Ciobarciu Wetland Project Case study pesentation with additional deatails Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3472 Review of the Exmoor Mires Restoration Project Final Report The Exmoor Mire Restoration Project (EMRP) 2006-2010 aimed to restore the natural hydrology of degraded blanket bogs on Exmoor by blocking up the network of old drainage ditches. This project will shortly finish and funding has been secured from South West Water for a new and larger †˜Mires on the Moors†™ project which could potentially rewet up to 2,500 hectares of peatland on Exmoor. The EMRP Steering Group commissioned the Countryside and Community Research Institute (CCRI) to undertake an external and independent review of peatland restoration work on Exmoor to help guide future activity. The two main aims of the review were: i) to conduct a review of peatland restoration on Exmoor to date; and ii) to give guidance to the Steering Group on how best to proceed with peatland restoration, while furthering National Park purposes, and having regard to the economic and social well being of the local community. Exmoor Mires peatland restoration, UK
3496 REVITALIZATION OF THE CLIMATE IN DRIED - OUT COMMUNITIES IN SLOVAKIA VIA HYDRO - CLIMATE RECOVERY Recovery of the climate and landscape via integrated rainwater retention in the damaged parts of the country utilizing water retention measures (small dams, retention ponds, rainwater gardens, re-cultivated logging roads) Recovery of dried out communities in Slovakia
3528 Reviving Water Wells and Ponds in Cross-Border Area The project envisages the restoration and arrangement of 32 water wells and ponds as monuments of cultural heritage Restoration of water wells in the Miren-Kostanjevica Municipality, Slovenia
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
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
3306 River Basin Management Plan Prut-Barlad General presentation of the basin, Characterization, Identification of the protected areas, Monitoring, Environmenatl objectives, Economic analysis, programme of Measures, etc. Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3229 River Habitat Survey in Southern Portugal: Results from 2009 A DQA define os elementos hidromorfológicos como um dos sustentáculos dos programas de monitorização e sistemas de classificação do estado/potencial ecológico das massas de água Rios e, consequentemente, dos objectivos ambientais e programas de medidas subsequentes. De acordo com o Anexo V da DQA, são considerados três atributos para estes elementos: ● Regime hidrológico; ● Continuidade do Rio; ● Condições morfológicas. Natural bank stabilization and riparian buffer galleries along the Odelouca River, Portugal
3257 River Órbigo Restoration Project Presentation on the project (IRF EUROPEAN RIVERPRIZE FINALIST. September 2013, Vienna, Austria) Órbigo River ecological status improvement, Spain
3274 River Quaggy at Sutcliffe Park:Techniques: Re-meandering, backwater creation, de-culverting Summary note on the NWRM appraoch used at Sutcliffe Park and the associated benefits observed. Restoring the River Quaggy in London, UK
3276 River Quaggy FAS Scheme Overview River Quaggy Flood Alleviation Scheme overview note Restoring the River Quaggy in London, UK
3302 Rivers by Design Guide for planners, designers and developers, Provides practical advice and information on restoring and protecting rivers and sharing best practice case study examples of projects that have been successfully implemented across Europe. Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3525 Romanian Danube Delta Biodiversity Project Local Benefits The project intended to protect the Romanian Danube Delta ecosystem, contribute to the conservation of biodiversity in the Delta, strengthening the capacity of the Danube Delta Biodiversity Reserve Authority (DDBRA) and the Danube Delta National Institute (DDNI). Fortuna Restoration Project in the Danube Delta, Romania
3523 Romanian Experiences Regarding Ecological Restoration in Danube Floodplain and Delta Presentation of Romanian experiences Fortuna Restoration Project in the Danube Delta, Romania

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