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3304 Ecological Restoration Project "Ciobarciu-Costuleni" (Iasi-Romania): Monitoring of the Birds' Fauna Evolution The study is the results of a birds' monitoring program started during the spring of the year 2007 and that is going on, in order to propose this new wetland for a protected status in the national Natura 2000 network. Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3406 Economic aspects of mulch and direct seeding- reduction of soil treatment, which changes in the operational result have to be expected? comparison of different soil treating systems (conventional tillage, mulchseeding and direct seeding). By reducing tillage savings are possible. This is shown for different crops. No Tillage Field Trials in lower Austria
3396 Ecoremediation of degraded soils and sediments Advantages of ecoremendiation of degraded soils and contaminated sediments LIMNOTOP: Eco-remediation near Ormoz, Slovenia
3268 Ecosystem Restoration Case Study Template In Matsalu National Park there is a former coastal meadow site (Naturea 2000 and Ramsar site) next to a big Salmi coastal meadow with many priority species. On the site the old non-functioning small ditches were closed and scraped to restore the wetland hydrology and breeding and feeding grounds for waders and amphibians. Before the restoration works the area was used mainly for bovine grazing and the restoration did not change the conditions for that. However, due to the activities drinking water will be better available for the cattle. Restoration of Coastal Meadows in Matsalu, Estonia
3299 ECRR Addressing practitioners Presents among others as good case study from Romania the Ciobarciu wetland - first step to netwrok wetlands Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3362 Effect of land development and forest management on hydrologic response in southeastern coastal wetlands: a review Land development activities such as agriculture, clear cutting, peat mining, and the planting of forest plantations on wetlands can affect the hydrologic behavior of these ecosystems by affecting their water storage and release patterns on the landscape. The effects of these development activities on hydrologic fluxes in peatlands (Typic Medisaprists) were compared to the effects of forest management practices in North Carolina using a field-tested hydrologic simulation model (DRAINMOD). Simulations revealed that natural peat-based (Histosol) pocosin systems lose 66% (80 cm) of the 123 cm of average annual rainfall by evapo-transpiration (ET) and 34% (42 cm/yr) via annual runoff. Annual runoff values were 63 cm/yr for peat mining areas, 48 cm/yr for cleared peatlands, 46 cm/yr for peatlands converted to agriculture and 34 cm/yr for pine plantations, once the forest canopy is closed. Thus, these wetland alterations, except for forestry, significantly increased runoff and decreased ET compared to the natural ecosystem. Forest pine plantation management decreased runoff and increased ET. A case study of the effects of forest management practices was reviewed for a 15-year-old drained loblolly pine plantation growing on fine sandy loam soils (Thermic Typic umbraquults) in the coastal plains of North Carolina. Forestry activities such as thinning (i.e., reduced leaf area index by 50%) decreased ET and canopy interception and nearly doubled drainage loss (38 cm/yr to 60 cm/yr). Commonly applied forest practices, such as drainage, increased the average number of flow events with flows > 5 mm/day to 86 days per year from 26 days per year under natural conditions. Fluvial and ecosystem restoration of the Arga-Aragon Rivers, Spain
3443 Effect of meander restoration on macroinvertebratebiodiversity: the case of the Borová stream(Blanskí½ Les, Czech Republic) This study brings a view on the effects of restoration of a formerly channelized small submontane stream situated in the Blanský Les Protected Landscape Area (South Bohemia, Czech Republic) on macroinvertebrate assemblages as an indicator group. The restoration project was carried out during two stages (1998 and 2000). It consisted of excavating a new channel to restore the historic meandering pattern. The evaluation of this project is primarily based on the comparison of composition between pre-restoration (1995) and post-restoration (2000–2003) macroinvertebrate samples focusing on species richness, species composition, and representation of rare Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera species. The analyses showed a substantial increase in species richness that was especially prominent shortly after the restoration intervention. This increase was not only due to the creation of lentic habitats, but was even observed at every single sampling site of the stream. The DCA ordination of species composition of the pre- and post-restoration sites indicated a considerable increase in the between-site diversity. This was apparently caused mainly by the establishing of lentic habitats, whereas diversity of lotic sites showed only a slight increase, which was most prominent during the last year of the sampling period. The shift in the species composition was profound for lotic sites as well. Although the restoration intervention considerably increased species richness and markedly changed species composition, there was no detectable increase of rare or vulnerable Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera species. Revitalisation of the Borova stream, Czech Republic
3352 El agua en navarra La política del agua está viviendo un profundo proceso de renovación en Europa. Esta política se fundamenta en los principios de la Directiva Marco del Agua, que obliga a una nueva planificación hidrológica. Los ejes de esta planificación pretenden favorecer el buen estado de las aguas al tiempo que garantizan su disponibilidad y su uso sostenible. Navarra está adaptando sus políticas al nuevo modelo europeo de gestión y administración del agua. Avanzar hacia una gestión más sostenible del agua requiere el compromiso y la corresponsabilidad de los diferentes agentes institucionales y sociales. Fluvial and ecosystem restoration of the Arga-Aragon Rivers, Spain
3253 El Proyecto de mejora ecologica del rí­o Órbigo (tramo I) Article on the restoration project Órbigo River ecological status improvement, Spain
3365 Erfolgreiche Feuchtgrünlandentwicklung durch Naturschutzmaßnahmen. Langfristige Veränderung von Flora, Vegetation und Avifauna am Beispiel des Ochsenmoores in der Dümmerniederung. NLWKN website Restoration of Wetlands in the Western Lowland Area of the Dümmer Lake, Germany
3361 ES2200035 -Tramos Bajos del Aragon y del Arga Natura 2000 data set for lower reaches of the Aragon and Arga Rivers Fluvial and ecosystem restoration of the Arga-Aragon Rivers, Spain
3353 ES2200035 Tramos Bajos del Aragon y del Arga Natura 2000 data set for lower reaches of the Aragon and Arga Rivers Fluvial and ecosystem restoration of the Arga-Aragon Rivers, Spain
3251 Estrategia Naciional de Restauracií³n de Rí­os (ENRR). Demarcacion Hidrográfica del Duero Descriptive fiche on the participation process carried out within the framework of the Órbigo river restoration project. Órbigo River ecological status improvement, Spain
3236 Etude de l'impact socio-économique de la conservation et restauration de la nature dans les Hautes Fagnes Le projet LIFE « Restauration des landes et des tourbières du Plateau des Hautes Fagnes » (LIFE 06 NAT/B/000091) a pour objectif la restauration d’au moins 1400 hectares de landes et de tourbières sur six sites Natura2000 (9723 ha)délimités sur le Plateau des Hautes Fagnes (Région wallonne, Belgique). Initialement prévu pour une durée de 5 ans (2007 à 2011), une demande de prolongation a été introduite et acceptée par l’Europe dans le courant de l’année 2011, conduisant le projet jusqu’au 31 décembre 2012. Rehabilitation of heaths and mires on the Hautes-Fagnes Plateau, Belgium
3430 Etude diagnostic et élaboration d'un schéma de gestion globale de l'ill domaniale et ses lits mineur et majeur Study analysing the main problems on the Ill river and making suggestions to solve these problems by a mix of NWRM and classical measures. Moreover, socio-economic and legal aspects are taken into account. River basin management of the Ill, France
3424 EU policies for olive farming. Unsustainable on all counts Olive farming could be a model for sustainable land-use in the Mediterranean region, producing highly-valued foodstuffs and environmental benefits, while helping to maintain populations in marginal areas. Cover Crops and No-Tillage in an Olive Grove (Andalusia, Spain)
3422 Evaluating the demand for carbon sequestration in olive grove soils as a strategy toward mitigating climate change Estimation of the economic value of carbon sequestration in olive grove soils derived from the implementation of different agricultural management systems. Carbon sequestration is considered jointly with other environmental co-benefits, such as enhanced erosion prevention and increased biodiversity. Cover Crops and No-Tillage in an Olive Grove (Andalusia, Spain)
3227 Evaluating the Response of Biological Assemblages as Potential Indicators for Restoration Measures in an Intermittent Mediterranean River. Bioindicators are essential for detecting environmental degradation and for assessing the success of river restoration initiatives. River restoration projects require the identification of environmental and pressure gradients that affect the river system under study and the selection of suitable indicators to assess habitat quality before, during and after restoration. We assessed the response of benthic macroinvertebrates, fish, bird and macrophyte assemblages to environmental and pressure gradients [...] Natural bank stabilization and riparian buffer galleries along the Odelouca River, Portugal
3476 Evaluation of the operation of Yermasoyia surface and groundwater reservoirs using environmental isotopes Completion report to IAEA on RC: 3976/RB Dec 1984 to Sept. 1987 Germasogeia riverbed artificial groundwater recharge in Cyprus
3297 Evaluation report Ciobarciu Wetland Report presenting the main lessons of the project, especially regarding stakeholder participation. It does so by first giving an introduction to the project and explaining the method of the evaluation (chapter 1). It then goes through the results of the project (chapter 2), following the project†™s objectives as described in the project document and quoted in the introduction (chapter 1) of this report. Wetland restoration in Ciobarciu, Romania
3495 Evolution of Babina polder after restoration works The Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve is an area where governmental decision makers, scientists and local communities co-operate to develop a pilot programme for the administration of the territory and the waters. The objective is to harmonize the requirements of the local populations with the necessity for conservation of natural processes and biological resources. Babina Restoration Project, Romania
3337 Final Report - LIFE06 NAT/SK/000114, Conservation of Senne and Medzibodrozie SPAs in Slovakia This is the Final Report on the project LIFE 06/NAT/SK/000114 Conservation of Senne and Medzibodrozie SPAs in Slovakia. The Report covers the period from 15/11/2005 to 14/05/2011. It ncludes description of the activities undertaken within the project span and evaluation of the project results and impact. Wetland restoration in the Senne and Medzibodrozie SPAs, Slovakia
3334 FINAL TECHNICAL REPORT of the project "Conservation of wetlands in Kemeri National Park, Latvia (project number: LIFE2002/NAT/LV/8496) Project final technical report Floodplain restoration of the river Slampe, Latvia
3433 Financing Natura 2000 in 2014-2020: Guidance Handbook, Part II, Case studies Planning and implementing green infrastructure on a regional level in Romania Restoration on Comana wetlands, Romania
3286 Flankerend landbouwbeleid: Begeleiding van actieve landbouwers in Sigmagebieden. Presents an overview of the agricultural impact assessment for the Sigmaplan as a whole Floodplain reconnection in the Vallei van de Grote Nete, Belgium