Akeroyd, John

Nature Conservation

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Table of contents

1. Proeminent Pioneers Of Nature Conservation

1. Traditions in Romanian Sozology
Vasile Cristea

2. Jean Massart, Pionnier De La Conservation De La Nature En Belgique
Simone Denaeyer-De Smet, Jean-Paul Herremans, Jean Vermander

3. The Journal Of Renzo Videsott: The “Historical Archives” Of Nature Protection in Italy in the Period 1944–1953
Cecilia Videsott, Elena Videsott

2. Social And Legal Aspects Of Conservation

4. Nature and Conservation: A New, More Active Role for Universities
Franco Battaglia

5. From the Protection of Landscape and “Natural Beauties” to the Defence of Ecosystems in Italy
Gianluigi Ceruti

6. Wild Plant Species Endangered Through Intensive Harvest
Anna Marossy

7. Peatlands Of North-Eastern Europe and their Conservation
Tatiana Yurkovskaya

3. Biodiversity Assessment

8. Woody Formations in a Mesothermic Valley of Tarija Province, Bolivia
Maximo Liberman Cruz, Franco Pedrotti

9. The Protection Of Biodiversity in Tuscany
Paolo Emilio Tomei, Andrea Bertacchi

10. The Reasons in Favour of Setting Up a New Natural Reserve in the Black Sea Shore Area Between North and South Eforie (ConstantA County)
Marius Fãgãras, Rodica Bercu, Loreley Jianu

11. Assessment of the Vascular Flora Conservation Through Specific Indices - A Comparison Study in Central Europe
Arkadiusz Nowak

12. Anthropogenic Habitats Can Shelter Threatened Plants
Arkadiusz Nowak, Sylwia Nowak

13. Globally and European Threatened Plants Present in Dobrogea (South-Eastern Romania)
Anca Sârbu, Gavril Negrean, Gabriela Pascale, Paulina Anastasiu

14. Biogeographical Characterization of the Bryological Flora of the “Montagna di Torricchio” Nature Reserve (Central Italy)
Michele Aleffi, Carmela Cortini Pedrotti, Roberta Tacchi

15. Five New Species for the Romanian Lichen Flora
Florin Crisan

16. The Ecological Role of Deadwood in Natural Forests
Stelian Radu

17. A Syntaxonomic Review Of Thermophilous Shrub Communities (Syringo-Carpinion Orientalis) in Sw Romania
Gicu-Gabriel Arsene, Ioan Coste, Alina-Georgeta Neacsu, Octavian-Ioan Avrãmuþ, Alina Fãrcãsescu

18. Forest Communities Floristically Specific to Eastern Romania
Toader Chifu, Nicolae Stefan, Oana Zamfirescu, Ciprian Mânzu, Stefan Zamfirescu

19. Dry Grasslands of the Corhan Hill - SaBed Village (Mures County)
Silvia Oroian, Mihaela Sãmãrghitan

20. Threatened Plant Communities as an Indicator of Fishponds Value: An Example from Silesia (Sw Poland)
Krzysztof Spa£ek

21. The Saxon Villages Of Southern Transylvania: Conserving Biodiversity in a Historic Landscape
John R. Akeroyd, Nat Page

22. Biotope Types of the Treeline of the Central Greater Caucasus
George Nakhutsrishvili, Otar Abdaladze, Maia Akhalkatsi

23. The Water Reservoirs of the Confluence of the BistriþA With The Siret River (Eastern Romania) - An Important Bird Area
Cãtãlin Petre Rang, Florin Feneru

24. Conservation Of Steppe Birdlife in Italy
Francesco Petretti

4. Contributions to Conservation Biology

25. Conservation Of Deciduous Tree Species in Europe: Projecting Potential Ranges and Changes
Elgene O. Box, Michael Manthey

26. Determinism, Chaos and Stochasticity in Plant Community Successions: Consequences for Phytosociology and Conservation Ecology
Guillaume Decocq

27. Phytosociologie Moderne Et Conservation Rationnelle De La Nature
Jean-Marie Géhu

28. Anatomy of the Endangered Plant Glaucium Flavum Cr., Occurring on the Romanian Black Sea Littoral
Rodica Bercu, Marius Fãgãras, Loreley Dana Jianu

29. Steppe-Forest Succession as a Conservation Problem
Yakiv Didukh

30. Clonal Growth Modes in Plant Communities Along a Stress Gradient in the Central Apennines, Italy
Roberto Canullo, Giandiego Campetella, Melinda Halassy, Ladislav Mucina

31. Relationship Between Phenology and Above - Ground Phytomass in a Grassland Community in Central Italy
Andrea Catorci, Renata Gatti, Alessandra Vitanzi

32. Evaluation of the Italian Apennine Ecosystems With Respect to Anatomical and Ethological Characteristics of the Roe Deer
Paola Scocco, Daniele Sparvoli, Andrea Catorci

5. Conservation Planning and Management

33. Planeco - Planning in Ecological Networks
Piergiorgio Bellagamba

34. The cartography of landscape units in São Bento do Sapucaí - Serra da Mantiqueira (São Paulo, Brazil)
Marcello Martinelli

35. Environmental Management For Biodiversity Conservation
Massimo Sargolini

36. The Modena Botanic Garden: Plant Conservation and Habitat Management Strategies
Carlo Prete, Daniele Dallai, Elisabetta Sgarbi, Luigi Maffettone

37. Forest Management in Protected Areas in Italy
Renzo Feliziani

38. Traditional Management of the Rural Areas in Wallonia (Belgium)
Nathalie Feremans, Marie-Françoise Godart, Mireille Deconinck

6. Nature Conservation in Practice

39. Effects of Irrigations on Swamp Forests Drained by Lignite Mining
Rüdiger Wittig, Carla Michels, Carolin Wetzstein Sunke

40. Autochthony and Conservation of a Relict Population of Abies Alba Miller in the Apuan Alps Regional Park (Tuscany - Italy)
Alessia Amorfini, Antonio Bartelletti, Gordon Cavalloni, Gianfranco Genovesi, Emanuele Guazzi, Isabella Ronchieri, Paolo Piovani

41. Dune Slacks - An Endangered Habitat in the Conflict Between Nature Conservation and Groundwater Management
Richard Pott

42. On the Problems of Nature Conservation in the Desert Zone in Russia
Irina Safronova


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Keywords: SCIENCE / Environmental Science SCI026000

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