Recognizing the increasing rate of species loss on a global scale and that neither pollution nor ecosystems respects political boundaries, cooperation on many different levels is required to conserve biodiversity. This volume uses four protected areas that Poland shares with its neighbors as case studies to explore opportunities to integrate science and management in transboundary protected areas in Central Europe for the conservation of biodiversity. Specific topics include biodiversity conservation theories and strategies, problems of wildlife management, and impacts of tourism and recreational use on protected areas.
National Research Council. 1996. Biodiversity Conservation in Transboundary Protected Areas. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/5370.
|1 General Issues of Conservation of Protected Areas||13-54|
|2 Biodiversity Conservation in the Participating Countries||55-106|
|3 Biosphere Reserves and Natural Conditions in Central European Border Regions||107-164|
|4 Wildlife and Tourist Management in Transboundary Protected Areas||165-218|
|5 Monitoring and Measuring the Diversity of Life in Border Areas||219-258|
|Appendix A: Basic Principles and Research Agenda||259-264|
|Appendix B: Workshop Agenda||265-270|
|Appendix C: List of Participants||271-279|
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