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  • Status and current developments in mountain protected areas
  • Mountain ; Nature conservation ; Protected area ; Research ; Resource management ; Sustainable development
  • Développement durable ; Gestion des ressources ; Montagne ; Protection de la nature ; Recherche ; Zone protégée
  • Discussion of categories of protected areas as defined by the World Conservation Union (IUCN). - (DWG)
  • River valleys as elements of the system of protected areas in the Lublin administrative district
  • Environment ; Lublin ; Nature conservation ; Poland ; Protected area ; Stream ; Valley
  • Cours d'eau ; Environnement ; Lublin ; Pologne ; Protection de la nature ; Vallée ; Zone protégée
  • and Office of Spatial Planning in Lublin data are used. The results of researches made that the protected landscape areas are element of the system of protected areas, which includes the highest percentage of river length in region (over 13%). Outside
  • the protected areas, there are 70% of the length of the river. In this system of protection, fragmentation of the valleys is significant. None of the major rivers of the region, including the Vistula and the Bug, is not protected throughout in their length
  • This article presents results of the research on the protection of the river valleys of Lublin Voivodeship. To determine the degree of protection of the river valleys cartometric methods based on the available maps and the Ministry of Environment
  • Les problèmes de la protection des ressources de l'environnement par les gouvernements locaux dans la voivodship de Lublin
  • Environmental conservation ; Local administration ; Lublin ; Nature conservation ; Poland ; Protected area ; Questionnaire
  • Administration locale ; Lublin ; Pologne ; Protection de l'environnement ; Protection de la nature ; Questionnaire ; Zone protégée
  • The author presents the main powers of the local government units related to creation of protected areas and the problems with assessing the actual quantity of the protected areas established by the local government units in the Lublin Voivodeship
  • . Key words: protected areas, Lublin Voivodeship, the law on nature conservation, questionnaire surveys. - (BJ)
  • Recherche des formes de protection des paysages
  • Développement durable ; Paysage ; Paysage culturel ; Pologne ; Protection de l'environnement
  • valuable landscapes used - areas and objects are protected by separate acts on protection of nature and protection of heritage. The form of protection clearly evolves towards protection of cultural landscape. - (BJ)
  • Landscape protection is one of important tasks in implementation of sustainable development policy. Landscape is subject of protection both as an element of heritage and as a public good. In Poland there are two approaches to protection of the most
  • Geomorfologie chranené krajinné oblasti Kokorinsko a prilehlého uzemi. (The geomorphology of the protected landscape area Kokorinsko and the adjacent area)
  • The sandstone relief of Polomené hory (Hills) represents a remarkable area (Protected Landscape Area Kokorinsko) almost untouched by human activity. The development of dry valleys and the characteristic forms of sandstone weathering is given. (MS).
  • Representation of ecological regions by protected areas at the global scale
  • Biodiversité ; Biogéographie ; Biome ; Ecorégion ; Gestion de l'environnement ; Monde ; Paysage ; Protection de la nature ; Système d'information géographique
  • The AA. use GIS technology to overlay a map of ecological regions with a map of protected areas in order to identify biomes and geographic realms that are under-represented and well represented by protected areas. The results confirm an overemphasis
  • on marginal land and dramatic landscapes, and the relative neglect of biomes with strong, alternative economic uses. Industrialized lifestyles and population pressure also appear to act as stimuli to protection.
  • Nature on the doorstep. The relationship between protected natural areas and residential activity in the European countryside
  • Enquiry ; Household behaviour ; Nature conservation ; Netherlands (The) ; Protected area ; Quality of life ; Residential choice ; Residential environment ; Rural area ; Satisfaction ; Spain ; United Kingdom
  • Choix de l'habitat ; Comportement des ménages ; Enquête ; Environnement résidentiel ; Espace rural ; Espagne ; Pays-Bas ; Protection de la nature ; Qualité de la vie ; Royaume-Uni ; Satisfaction ; Zone protégée
  • The main objective of this study is to gain insight into the ability of protected areas to attract new residential activity and in the role they play in the enhancement of the quality of life of local rural residents. The presence of a protected
  • natural area or the quality of the physical environment are important reasons to select such an area as a new place to live. The explanation of the overall strong appreication of protected nature in the residential environment should be sought
  • in the notion that nature contributes to the quality of the living environement and to the personal quality of life. The case stydy areas are located in The Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Spain. - (AGD)
  • Bohemia ; Czech Republic ; Drainage network ; Environmental conservation ; Geomorphology ; Mountain ; Nature conservation ; Protected area
  • Géomorphologie ; Montagne ; Protection de l'environnement ; Protection de la nature ; Réseau de drainage ; Tchèque, république ; Zone protégée ; Čechý
  • application of the landscape are the main phenomenas of this protected area. - (MS)
  • The geologic and biologic diversity, multiphase tectonics and special geomorphologic phenomena formed the Protected Landscape Region Železné hory (Ferrons Mts.). Changes of river and valley network, attractive local relief and geoenvironmental
  • Protected areas in Saudi Arabia: sustainable use of natural resources
  • Arabie saoudite ; Concept ; Diversité biologique ; Ecosystème ; Faune ; Gestion de l'environnement ; Lave ; Mangrove ; Milieu humide ; Montagne ; Protection de la nature ; Ressource naturelle ; Sable ; Végétation
  • This paper reviews the conservation movement in Saudi Arabia as measured against the established protected areas, as well as the basic philosophy regarding natural resource management. The degree of representation of the biophysical diversity
  • of Saudi Arabia in the established protected areas is discussed by using three areas as case studies: Harrat Al-Harrah (lava field), Urug Bani Mu'arid (Cuesta and Sand), and Raydah Escarpment (High Mountain).
  • Antropogenni reliéf CHKO Cesky kras. (Man-induced relief forms of the Czech karst protected landscape area)
  • Action anthropique ; Cesky ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Protection de la nature ; Relief anthropique ; Tchécoslovaquie
  • relief changes in an protected area. (MS).
  • Organic farming as a potential for the development of protected areas
  • Agriculture ; Legislation ; Organic farming ; Protected area ; Regional development ; Slovenia ; Socio-economic system ; Tourism potential
  • Possibilities for the development of organic farming in protected areas are analyzed considering the background of the current state of organic farming in Slovenia, current legislation regarding farming in protected areas and both, economic
  • and demographic characteristics of the selected protected areas in that country. Organic farmers are important providers of healthy, locally produced food, which can be the important component of tourism. Low interconnections between farmers and others cause
  • inhibition of development of organic farming in protected areas. - (IKR)
  • Partnerships for protected area conservation in Rwanda
  • Management ; National park ; Nature conservation ; Partnership ; Protected area ; Rwanda
  • Gestion ; Parc national ; Partenariat ; Protection de la nature ; Rwanda ; Zone protégée
  • Description des expériences ailleurs en Afrique ainsi que des contextes clés au Rwanda pour affirmer que la protection des parcs nationaux peut être la mieux assurée par des partenariats flexibles qui cherchent à intégrer les activités de protection
  • A vizminoségvédelem területi teendoi a tatai kornyezetvédelmi modellterületen, külonos tekintettel a tatai Nagyto vizének szennyezodésére. (Tasks of protection of water in the Tata model area of environmental protection, with a special regard
  • (1965-1980) ; Eau ; Environnement ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Hongrie ; Pollution ; Protection ; Tata, lac
  • In the Hungarian model area of environmental protection near Tata water quality problems are apparent and the consequent tasks are urgent. (CK).
  • Foresterie ; Forêt ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Protection de l'environnement ; Protection de la nature ; Sylviculture ; Tchécoslovaquie
  • Natural forest, settlement and economical development on Czechoslovak territory. Forest protection policy and the survey of particular forest protected areas. (MS).
  • Environment ; Protected area ; Regional development ; Slovenia ; Sustainable development
  • Recognition of protected areas and their valuables well as the appropriate definition of values in these areas can importantly contribute to sustainable regional development. From the development point of view the protected areas incorporate
  • environmental, cultural, social and human potentials which, according to the protection mode, have certain direct and/or indirect applied value as well as the value of “unused”. Protected areas should be understood not only as areas of protection but also
  • as areas of great and in Slovenia not yet recognized and poorly used potentials. - (IKR)
  • From drawing cognitive maps to knowing the protection zones for drinking water resources
  • Drinking water ; Enquiry ; Mental map ; Nature conservation ; Protected area ; Slovenia ; Water resources
  • Carte mentale ; Eau potable ; Enquête ; Protection de la nature ; Ressource en eau ; Slovénie ; Zone protégée
  • Using a sample of 900 persons from the urban area of Ljubljansko polje and the suburban area of Iški vršaj, we tried to determine how much local residents knew about the protection zones for drinking water resources. We employed a survey
  • questionnaire and the drawing of cognitive maps. A little fewer than half of the people are aware they live in water protection zones. The proportions of those who are aware of the protection zones in Ljubljansko polje (two fifths) and in Iški vršaj (two thirds
  • ) differ considerably. Only 280 persons, just under one third of those surveyed, drew the boundaries of the protection zones on the attached map. In Ljubljansko polje, the greatest concentration of drawn protection zones was a little north of the oldest
  • Spatiality and borderlessness in transfrontier conservation areas
  • Frontier ; Living conditions ; Nature conservation ; Nature reserve ; Protected area ; Tanzania ; Trans-border area
  • Conditions de vie ; Espace transfrontalier ; Frontière ; Protection de la nature ; Réserve naturelle ; Tanzanie ; Tanzanie du Sud ; Zone protégée
  • This article offers a critique of transfrontier conservation areas by focussing on the conception of borders in the proposition of these areas. Using the realities in southern Tanzania where the borders of neither the state nor the protected areas
  • Od pamiatkovej starostlivosti k ochrane a tvorbe zivotného prostredia From care of monuments to protection and design of environment
  • Environnement ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie urbaine ; Planification urbaine ; Protection
  • The perspective protections aims cannot be limited to passive protection of precious monuments, but it requires the creative work of appropriate environment in its dynamic development continuity and the area system linking up several stages of urban
  • Protection des ressources du couvert végétal
  • Flore ; Kielce ; Phytogéographie ; Phytosociologie ; Pologne ; Protection de la nature ; Végétation
  • The paper presents the floristic and phytosociological richness of 92 km2 of the area around Pinczów. Over 200 sites were found for 52 legally-protected species, including 40 enjoying total protection and 12 which receive partial protection in law
  • . Also presented are suggestions for improving the system of protected areas with a view to conserving the most valuable representatives of the flora and vegetational communities as well as the characteristic landscape. - (DG)
  • Landscape protection and development control: an appraisal of planning in rural areas of England and Wales
  • Développement rural ; England and Wales ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Législation ; Protection de la nature ; Protection des sites ; Royaume-Uni ; Zone protégée
  • La protection des sites est une politique bien implantée dans la planification rurale britannique depuis trenteans avec les parcs nationaux, les zones particulièrement belles, les ceintures vertes, etc. Problèmes d'urbanisation liés à la protection