Nature Conservation

Concepts and Practice

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ISBN: 978-3-540-47228-5 (Print) 978-3-540-47229-2 (Online)

Table of contents (42 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-14

  2. Proeminent Pioneers Of Nature Conservation

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      Traditions in Romanian Sozology

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      Jean Massart, Pionnier De La Conservation De La Nature En Belgique

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      Pages 46-50

      The Journal Of Renzo Videsott: The “Historical Archives” Of Nature Protection in Italy in the Period 1944–1953

  3. Social And Legal Aspects Of Conservation

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      Pages 51-51

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      Nature and Conservation: A New, More Active Role for Universities

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      Pages 55-64

      From the Protection of Landscape and “Natural Beauties” to the Defence of Ecosystems in Italy

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      Pages 65-67

      Wild Plant Species Endangered Through Intensive Harvest

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      Pages 68-73

      Peatlands Of North-Eastern Europe and their Conservation

  4. Biodiversity Assessment

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      Pages 74-74

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      Woody Formations in a Mesothermic Valley of Tarija Province, Bolivia

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      Pages 87-89

      The Protection Of Biodiversity in Tuscany

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      Pages 90-97

      The Reasons in Favour of Setting Up a New Natural Reserve in the Black Sea Shore Area Between North and South Eforie (ConstanţA County)

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      Pages 98-106

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

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      Pages 107-115

      Anthropogenic Habitats Can Shelter Threatened Plants

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      Pages 116-122

      Globally and European Threatened Plants Present in Dobrogea (South-Eastern Romania)

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      Pages 123-130

      Biogeographical Characterization of the Bryological Flora of the “Montagna di Torricchio” Nature Reserve (Central Italy)

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      Pages 131-136

      Five New Species for the Romanian Lichen Flora

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      Pages 137-141

      The Ecological Role of Deadwood in Natural Forests

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      Pages 142-168

      A Syntaxonomic Review Of Thermophilous Shrub Communities (Syringo-Carpinion Orientalis) in Sw Romania

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      Pages 169-180

      Forest Communities Floristically Specific to Eastern Romania

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      Pages 181-194

      Dry Grasslands of the Corhan Hill - SăBed Village (Mureş County)

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      Pages 195-198

      Threatened Plant Communities as an Indicator of Fishponds Value: An Example from Silesia (Sw Poland)

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