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Title: Effectiveness of Natura 2000 in forests in EU-28
Author(s): Greenwood, Sarah
Jump, Alistair
Sotirov, Metodi
Marchetti, Marco
Mikusinski, Grzgerorz
Bastrup-Birk, Annemarie
Brotons, Lluis
Hermoso, Virgilio
Parviainen, Jari
Contact Email: a.s.jump@stir.ac.uk
Editor(s): Sotirov, M
Citation: Greenwood S, Jump A, Sotirov M, Marchetti M, Mikusinski G, Bastrup-Birk A, Brotons L, Hermoso V & Parviainen J (2017) Effectiveness of Natura 2000 in forests in EU-28. In: Sotirov M (ed.). Natura 2000 and Forests: Assessing the State of Implementation and Effectiveness. What Science Can Tell Us, 7, Joensuu, Finland: European Forest Institute, pp. 81-100.
Issue Date: 2017
Series/Report no.: What Science Can Tell Us, 7
Abstract: First paragraph: More than half of the sites covered by the Natura 2000 framework are forests [1]. It is therefore extremely important that we have a well-developed understanding of the impact of Natura 2000 policy and management on forest biodiversity and ecosystem services. It is equally important that the impact of Natura 2000 on forest management is well understood.
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