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GAP ANALYSIS OF THE CENTRAL EUROPEAN GREEN BELT

GAP ANALYSIS OF THE CENTRAL EUROPEAN GREEN BELT

GAP ANALYSIS OF THE CENTRAL EUROPEAN GREEN

GAP ANALYSIS OF THECENTRAL EUROPEAN GREEN BELTINTERREG IIIb Project„Protection and Valorisation of the landscapes along the former Iron Curtain – Green Belt“Work Package 1Summary of the country-specific reportsBased on the transmitted reports, tables, graphs of the project partners Austria, Bulgaria,Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovak Republic, Slovenia and Germany/Bavaria.Authors:Dr. Helmut SchlumprechtDipl. Ing. Franka LudwigDipl. Ing. Marion HirschmannWritten by:20.5.2008Büro für ökologische Studien GdbROberkonnersreuther Str. 6aD-95448 BayreuthTel. : +49 (0)921 / 50 70 37 30Fax : +49 (0)921 / 50 70 37 33Internet: www.bfoes.deE-Mail: kontakt@bfoes.deProject part-financed bythe European Union

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  • Page 36 and 37: Results 26Measures for conservation
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    Results 42The land use types in per

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    Results 442.3.6 HungaryRegarding de

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    Results 462.3.7 CroatiaIn Croatia,

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    Results 48CLC-Code CLC-Class Number

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    Results 50Country: BulgariaWater co

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    Results 52Table 45:Number of the CO

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    Results 54Figure 24:Part of map L71

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    Results 56Table 47Length of differe

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    Results 58Table 48Length of differe

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    Results 60Table 49Number of CORINE

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    Results 62The ‘Östliches Waldvie

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    Results 642.4.4 Slovak RepublicChar

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    Results 66Chart 4: Summary of the C

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    Results 68species is typical for me

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    Results 70The percentage of acquire

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    Results 72Table 57Percentage of the

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    Results 74For the purpose of assess

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    Results 76The above-mentioned table

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    Results 78Borderline in darkgreen -

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    Results 80Table 59Summary of result

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    Results 82CLC-Code272 273 323 324 3

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    Results 84Table 66:Number of the CO

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    Results 86The share of acquired CLC

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    Results 88The above tables give a d

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    Results 902.5 Gaps in the Green Bel

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    Results 92MapLength(m)CORINECLC-Cod

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    Results 94• 3,2 km arable land in

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    Results 96Figure 44:Crossings and g

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    Results 98TM50 112 121 122 211 231

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    Results 100Figure 45:Czech Green Be

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    Results 102Figure 48:Gap classes (i

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    Results 1042.5.3 AustriaGaps in the

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    Results 106The percentage of the CO

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    Results 108Table 83:Border crossing

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    Results 110NOM 112 122 211 243 311

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    Results 112Figure 54:Interruptions

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    Results 114The following figures lo

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    Results 116Table 87:MapArtificial s

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    Results 118Legislative protectionTh

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    Results 120The following picture de

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    Results 122Map Length CLC Descripti

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    Results 124Map Length (m) CLC Locat

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    Results 126Table 92:Sections in Bul

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    Results 128Yellow band: not in prot

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    Results 130MapLength Corine(m) code

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    Results 132The most important distu

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    Results 134The effects of new plann

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    Results 136Map Place description /P

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    Results 138Figure 75: К-35-99-Б m

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    Results 140Figure 77:Valuable and p

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    Results 142There is a great chance

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    Results 144Figure 81:Valuable, pote

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    Results 146231 242 243 311 sum % le

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    Results 148Czech RepublicMixed fore

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    Results 1502.7.4 Slovak RepublicThe

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    Results 152Figure 86:Valuable and p

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    Results 154The overviews show some

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    Results 1562.7.6 CroatiaUnprotected

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    Results 158MapCorinetypeLength(m)K-

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    Results 160MapLength(m)CorineCodeK-

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    Results 162Figure 96: Valuable and

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    Results 164Table 111:Summary of val

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    Results 166Map Location Measure Len

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    Results 168ooLarge and continuous i

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    Results 170Litlle parts of broadlea

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    Results 1722.8.4 HungaryMeasures al

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    Results 174Map Location MeasureArea

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    Results 176continuous mixed and bro

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    Results 178Table 117:Summary of mea

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    Results 1803 Overview3.1 Overview o

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    Results 182• Remnants of natural

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    ResultsIICoordinate reference syste

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    ResultsIV4.1.4 Slovak RepublicTable

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    ResultsVIII4.1.8 BulgariaTable 127:

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