- Biodiversity in quarries
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Researcher:Svetlana Garipova/ Светлана Гарипова
The territory of the “Shakh-Tau” quarry has a unique etiology and should be available for the visitors after the quarry will be explored out. The “Shakh-Tau” is a former ancient cay of Perm period.
We are students of the Ecology and Environmental Protection at the Faculty of Science, Palacký University Olomouc. We have been interested in the topic of using mining sites for nature conservation for several years.
Indonesia is the one of the country with high biodiversity that is known as Megabiodiversity. Biodiversity is important for a country as an inheritance for the country. One of the high level of biodiversity is insect.
This project intends to restore degraded quarry site with Alchonea cordifolia, a pioneer plant species which is also of medicinal uses.
Lakes and wetlands are hotspots of biodiversity in the landscape. They support complex communities of fauna and flora and providing important ecosystem services for the wetland and wider catchment.
Whatley Quarry has the advantage of a long-standing and progressive restoration scheme, incorporating woodland planting at various stages of development: existing semi-natural woodland incorporated into the scheme; established new stands of various ages; and, further planned planting as part of t
Our team of researchers and students from the Department of Biological Sciences, University of Zielona Góra have found ourselves in the group of five finalists of the Polish edition.
This project is designed to create the connection between nature and people by involving them in a local nature restoration project.
Cílem našeho projektu je navrhnout pro vybrané území taková opatření, jež podpoří místní biodiversitu a zároveň rozšíří možnosti pro rekreaci a některé zájmové aktivity.
Researcher:Jorge Meltzer Gómez-Escalonilla
Globally, bats are facing wide-ranging threats that are causing the decline in the populations of several species in Europe. Some of these global threats are habitat degradation, disturbances in breeding places or hibernaculums and loss of roosting sites.