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3419 Francia Martí­nez, J. R., Durán Zuazo, V. H., & Martí­nez Raya, A. (2006). Environmental impact from mountainous olive orchards under different soil-management systems (SE Spain). Soil erosion, runoff and nutrient-loss patterns over a two-year period (1999-2000) were monitored in erosion plots on a mountainside with olive (Olea europaea cv. Picual) trees under three different types of soil management: (1) non-tillage with barley (Hordeum vulgare) strips of 4 m width (BS); (2) conventional tillage (CT); (3) non-tillage without plant strips (NT). The erosion plots, located in Lanjaron (Alpujarras) on the southern flank of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in south-eastern Spain, had 30% slope Cover Crops and No-Tillage in an Olive Grove (Andalusia, Spain)
3420 Case study:Restoration of Vesselina River Restore the connection of Vesselina River, a tributary of Yantra, with its former meander. Restoration of the Vesselina river, Bulgaria
3421 The role of ancillary benefits on the value of agricultural soils carbon sequestration programmes: Evidence from a latent class approach to Andalusian olive groves. The research assesses society's willingness to pay using a discrete choice analysis for a soil management programme in Andalusian olive groves identifying different groups based on preference heterogeneity. The results show that soil carbon sequestration in olive groves provides net social value and can be a cheap and cost-effective way of combating climate change. 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)
3423 Medidas beneficiosas para las aves ligadas a medios agrí­cola - Sugerencias para su diseño y aplicación en NATURA 2000, en el marco de la programación de desarrollo rural 2007-2013 Para avanzar en la línea marcada por las directrices europeas de desarrollo rural respecto a la conservación de la biodiversidad, lo más idóneo hubiera sido establecer desde la base, en el Plan Estratégico nacional, los sistemas prioritarios para la conservación ligados a medios agrícolas en España, orientando la elaboración de los programas regionales de desarrollo rural, y garantizando así la preservación de estos agrosistemas en el conjunto del territorio. En opinión de SEO/BirdLife, en lo que se refiere a biodiversidad de la avifauna, estos sistemas prioritarios serían las zonas pseudoesteparias de agricultura de secano, los pastizales, las dehesas y los arrozales costeros. Cover Crops and No-Tillage in an Olive Grove (Andalusia, Spain)
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)
3425 Nieuwe stad, schoon water a design of a sustainable water management system in the Leische Rijn area includes ecological, hydrological and biological impacts Leidsche Rijn sustainable urban development, Netherlands
3426 Voorbereiding praktijkonderzoek verticaal doorstroomd hylofytenfilter study practical case vertical flow reedbed. Conclusions of the literature research and research of the Leidsche Rijn. ALso conclusions of laboratory extra research on different layouts of the filter and different phosphate binding materials. Balance-tests and column-tests were done. Leidsche Rijn sustainable urban development, Netherlands
3427 Main project website Project websote of the LIFE+ project Green Borders Ecological reconstruction of the Gerai Pond, Romania
3428 "Frontiere Verzi". Reconstructie ecoogica in baltile Dunarii Artcile on the project Green Borders, with emphasize on the results achieved following the ecological reconstruction of the Gerai Pond Ecological reconstruction of the Gerai Pond, Romania
3429 Vers un schéma de gestion globale de l'Ill domaniale entre Colmar et Strasbourg, Synd'Ill Huttenheim Presentation of the main problems and challenges of the Ill River. By ecosystem services costs for measures are justified. River basin management of the Ill, France
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
3431 Annexe 12 - Planning Schéma de gestion de l'ill 2014-2024 Overview on costs River basin management of the Ill, France
3432 Analysis of inadequate water quality of the Vonarje reservoir / Sutla Lake and the possibility of restoration and utilisation. The model for the Sutla (Sotla) river and the Sutlansko Lake reservoir applies a life-cycle concept with the the DPSIR framework approach. The Vonarje flood storage reservoir in Croatia
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
3434 SURF nature, Good practice projects - examples from Romania Overview of key success factors for this project and their importance; Qualitative questions Restoration on Comana wetlands, Romania
3435 The Guide to Multi-Benefit Cohesion Ploicy Investments in Nature and Green Infrastructure Case studies: Ecological restoration of Comana wetlands Restoration on Comana wetlands, Romania
3436 Integrated Management Plan of The Natural Park Comana Parcul Natural Comana infiintat prin Hotararea de Guvern nr. 2151 din decembrie 2004 este situat in zona de sud a Romaniei, la distanta aproximativ egala intre Bucuresti si Giurgiu. Decizia de constituire a parcului a fost adoptata in baza documentatiei tehnice si stiintifice elaborate inca din anul 1954 de catre Academia Romana in vederea delimitarii si protejarii a doua arii de importanta floristica deosebita, respectiv Rezervatia Stiintifica de ghimpe (Ruscus aculeatus) si Rezervatia Stiintifica de bujor (Paeonia peregrina). Acestor doua rezervatii li s-a adaugat incepand din anul 2004 Balta Comana, ca rezervatie naturala si zona de protectie avifaunistica. Restoration on Comana wetlands, Romania
3437 Ecological Restoration of Comana Wetlands - Giurgiu County, Cod SMIS - CSNR 6725 Project Finances, Value, Duration, Localisation, Objective, Activities Restoration on Comana wetlands, Romania
3438 Komplex élőhelyrehabilitációs tevékenység az Րrségi Nemzeti Park Igazgatóság működési területén.Complex habitat reconstruction in the Րrség National Park There are three measures applied in the national park area primarily for nature rehabilitation, but all measures have water retention aspects. (1) Creating ponds in the forest where run off from forestry roads are collected. The main goal is to create safe breeding ground for reptiles instead of temporary sumps on the roads. 50 ponds created with the total surface 1,100m2. (2) Re-vegetating shelterbelts (groves, wetlands) in agricultural land where 50 years ago these landscape elements were destroyed for agro efficiency reasons. 12 areas of revegetation, their total cover 12,000m2 in an area of 153 ha. (3) Building closures in the drainage channels to enable the flooding of the alder (Alnus) forest and wet meadow to improve their natural quality an important site in the ecological corridor along the stream Csörnöc. The drainage channel's watershed is 42 ha. Diverse Habitat Reconstructions in the Őrség National Park in Hungary
3439 Auswirkungen der ökologischen Flutungen der Polder Altenheim Description of the legal background of the Integrated Rhine Programme, the necessity of ecological flooding and its impact on nature Polder management near Altenheim, Germany
3440 The Integrated Rhine Programme, flood control and restoration of former floodplains along the upper rhine Concept Note of the project: legal background, history of the modification of the Rhine, flood risk and near-natural flood protection Polder management near Altenheim, Germany
3441 Integrated Rhine Programme Baden Wurtemberg Handout of the Site Visit of the 2nd Western Regional NWRM Workshop Overview on single measures, costs, the administrative structure behind it Polder management near Altenheim, Germany
3442 Case study:Borova Stream and its Revitalisation Restoration of the length of the stream, increased by 6.3 km a shallow meandering stream bed, where sections of speedily running water alternated with sections of a slow stream were created Revitalisation of the Borova stream, Czech Republic
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

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