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Progress in Marine Conservation in Europe NATURA 2000 Sites in German Offshore Waters

By: Henning von Nordheim(Editor), Dieter Boedeker(Editor), Jochen C Krause(Editor)
264 pages, 84 illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Progress in Marine Conservation in Europe
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  • Progress in Marine Conservation in Europe ISBN: 9783642442193 Paperback Sep 2014 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Progress in Marine Conservation in Europe offers insight in the identification and selection procedure of marine protected areas in the German exclusive economic zones (EEZs) of the North – and Baltic Seas. EU Member States are obliged to establish a coherent network of protected areas, consisting of sites identified under the EC Habitats and Birds Directives. The goal of this Natura 2000 network is the conservation of biodiversity on land and in the sea. To fill important gaps in knowledge regarding the presence, abundance, and distribution of certain species and habitats in the German North- and Baltic Seas, the German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN) initiated a detailed research programme, involving researchers from many renowned German marine research institutes. Progress in Marine Conservation in Europe contains the main results of the different projects under this research programme, which formed the basis for the identification and selection of the Natura 2000 sites. Information is given on two NATURA 2000 habitats (sandbanks and reefs), and benthic species, fish, birds and marine mammals, as well as on legal aspects and implementation procedures. Last but not least Progress in Marine Conservation in Europe introduces the current status of NATURA 2000 in the German EEZ. Target audience are not only scientists, but also policymakers, environmental organisations and other stakeholders, and Progress in Marine Conservation in Europe includes many illustrations.

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Part I: MPAs in the German EEZ – conventions and legal aspects
Part II: Site selection procedure
Part III: Identification and assessments of habitats
Part IV: Public awareness and consultation

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By: Henning von Nordheim(Editor), Dieter Boedeker(Editor), Jochen C Krause(Editor)
264 pages, 84 illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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