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Appendix A: Basic Principles and Research Agenda
Pages 259-264

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... through the development of international conservation strategies. These strategies would set general principles of the protection of transboundary units, define priorities for actions, and set unified methodologies for research, monitoring, and data processing.
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... Eastern Carpathian Biosphere Reserve In the near fixture, decisions on common methodologies, scales, sample design, and intensity should be agreed to by the relevant organizations at each Protected area. Since the work involves common ecosystems, syntheses and comparisons can only be made if the protocols and units are mutually useful and communicated.
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... KRKONOSE TRANSBOUNDARY BIOSPHERE RESERVE 12. Research on the effects of various insect control agents on target and non-target species population dynamics.
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... A protocol for applying regional models to intensive monitoring at the protected area level, and for their use in research and management, should be developed by the transboundary parks. In sum, the participating scientists projected a remarkable consensus on research priorities, which seems to reinforce the desirability of: · More diverse, less institutionally dominated research; · Integrated systems research, analysis, and depiction; · Possible forestry practices fostering natural, old systems; · Planning a population-based geometry for protected areas; and · Cessation of feeding and moratorium of harvests pending results of research on effects and uses.

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