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The Green Belt as a European Ecological Network strengths and gaps

The Green Belt as a European Ecological Network strengths and gaps

Schlumprecht, H., Laube,

Schlumprecht, H., Laube, J. MONITORING BIODIVERSITY OF THE THURINGIAN GREEN BELT [3] LANA – Länderarbeitsgemeinschaft Naturschutz. 2001. [4] Südbeck, P., Andretzke, H., Fischer, S., Gedeon, K., Schikore, Schröder, K. & Sudfeldt, C. 2005. Methodenstandards zur Erfassung der Brutvögel Deutschlands. Länderarbeitsgemeinschaft der Vogelschutzwarten und des Dachverbandes Deutscher Avifaunisten e. V. 792 S. [5] UFZ – Tagfalter-Monitoring Deutschland. [6] Schlumprecht, H., Laube, J., Friedel, M., Hopfenmüller, S. 2011. Konzeption Monitoring auf Eigentumsflächen der Stiftung Naturschutz Thüringen. Unveröff. Abschlussbericht, im Auftrag der Stiftung Naturschutz Thüringen, Erfurt. [7] Rote Liste gefährdeter Arten in Thüringen. 2011. TLUG, Jena. [8] BfN – Bundesamt für Naturschutz 1996. Rote Liste gefährdeter Pflanzenarten Deutschlands. Schriftenreihe für Vegetationskunde, Heft 28. Bonn-Bad Godesberg. [9] Maas, S., Detzel, P. & Staudt, A. (2002): Gefährdungsanalyse der Heuschrecken Deutschlands. Bundesamt für Naturschutz (Hrsg.). Bonn-Bad Godesberg. [10] BfN – Bundesamt für Naturschutz 1998. Rote Liste gefährdeter Tiere Deutschlands. Schriftenreihe für Landschaftspflege und Naturschutz, Heft 55. Bonn-Bad Godesberg. [11] BfN – Bundesamt für Naturschutz 2009. Rote Liste gefährdeter Wirbeltiere Deutschlands. Naturschutz und Biologische Vielfalt 70 (1). Bonn-Bad Godesberg. [12] BIOLFLOR - Datenbank biologisch-ökologischer Merkmale der Flora von Deutschland. [13] Briemle, G., Nitsche, S, Nitsche, L. (2002): Nutzungswertzahlen für Gefäßpflanzen des Grünlandes. Schriftenreihe für Vegetationskunde, H. 38. Bundesamt für Naturschutz, Bonn 44

Norbert Grosser, Valeska Krebs ENERGY WOOD USE AS A MEASURE OF LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT – AN APPROACH TO PRESERVATION OF BIODIVERSITY IN THE GREEN BELT? ABSTRACT ENERGY WOOD USE AS A MEASURE OF LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT – AN APPROACH TO PRESERVATION OF BIODIVERSITY IN THE GREEN BELT? Norbert Grosser, Valeska Krebs University of Applied Sciences Erfurt Faculty of landscape architecture Leipziger Str. 77, DE-99085 Erfurt, Germany, Research project granted by BMU FKZ-Nr.: 03KB020C The compound research project “Energy wood and biodiversity – the use of energy wood as an approach to conservation and development of habitats of national significance” may be an approach as an agent to enhance or to save biodiversity of habitats and species. Redevelopment and support of open habitats such as dry grassland, heather and others should be achieved as project aims to push places of high biodiversity in the culture landscape with different management methods. INTRODUCTION GREEN BELT The green belt along the inner German boundary dividing western and eastern parts of Germany has a long history of nature development. We can´t forget the role of political and military separation causing a lack of agricultural and forestry use for a long time. Nearly nothing of the former biotopes remained in this stripe of 50 to 200 meters width. But this was also a chance to develop nearly undisturbed in phase of beginning secondary succession process for fauna and flora. After ending the separation a monitoring action of fauna and flora showed a very high level of biodiversity in biotopes, succession stages and species. Because the lack of military use, cleaning the area of mines, metal fences and so on the succession was reset to an early stage and has begun to start again [1]. In the following time the biodiversity was growing up because the mosaic of biotopes gives place for a lot of open land and also forest species. The green belt developed to a very complex habitat mosaic. Therefore some parts of the greenbelt were protected as conservation areas for nature. A lot of organizations and persons supported the idea to develop the former boundary as part of biotope network [2]. So the Federal republic of Germany gave a big part of the area to the federal states and nature foundations got the possibility to develop these areas. But the success of this process seems to be endangered by a formal protection without any regulation of succession development. It would be possible to save natural dynamic processes with the result of undisturbed woodland over a long time but only connected with a loss of biodiversity. In the analyses of faunal change in Thuringian butterflies as inhabitants of open biotopes, it was deplored that the existence conditions for this insect group have become worse and worse in the green belt [3]. 45

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