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25 August 2014

Landscape connectivity – the case of the Carpathians – matrix representation can greatly affect assessments of connections

As noted by scientists working on landscape connectivity, matrix representation can greatly affect assessments of connections. The research was based...
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25 July 2014

Romianian beech virgin forests have a chance to become part of the UNESCO World Heritage list

Beech virgin forests in Romania could be included in the UNESCO World Heritage list after a nomination process was started...
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11 July 2014

Bears and humans coexists relatively peacefully in Romania, new study reveals

According to the new study published recently in Landscape Ecology, bears and humans coexists rather peacefully in Romania. For more...
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9 July 2014

European Conference: Quality from the mountains – Prosperity for people and territories

IXth European Mountain Convention - European Conference: Quality from the mountains – Prosperity for people and territories - http://www.amiando.com/mountainconvention2014.html  
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6 July 2014

Wolves VS sheep? Not a problem in Czech Carpathians

New publication - "Sheep and wolves: Is the occurrence of large predators a limiting factor for sheep grazing in the...
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