FILES

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Presentations from the workshop opening the project, which took place in Gdansk 20.12.2012:

  1. Peat bogs protection problems – presentation conducted by an employee of Naturalists’ Club – Filip Jarzombkowski on general issues related to the protection of peatland ecosystems on Polish territory. Keynote presentation to the issues related to the project.
  2. General presentation of the project – Presentation conducted by an employee of Naturalists’ Club – Magdalena Makles on the assumptions of the project, its objectives, expected results, the execution venues, partners and implementation of the planned activities.
  3. Specific project activities – Presentation conducted by an employee of the Naturalists’ Club Dorota Horabik discussing in detail the types of activities and the location of their execution.
  4. Tasks and role of RDEP Gdańsk in the project – Presentation led by Maciej Gdaniec, RDEP staff discussing partner’s activities for the protection of peat bogs.
  5. Tasks and role of RDEP Olsztyn in the project – Presentation led by Magdalena Makles discussing the role of a partner in the project and its planned activities.
  6. Other activities of the Naturalists’ Club – Presentation led by President of the Naturalists’ Club Robert Stanko discussing a number of projects related to the protection of the peat bogs and fens ecosystems throughout Poland

Poster from the AWARE Conference 22 – 23.04.2013 r.: AlkFens_poster

Inception Report (31.05.2013) (in Polish):
1. AlkFens_PL_Inception Report
2. Photos
3. Output indicators

Report from the international field workshop 1-9.06.2013: Report_EN

Accumulation and emission of carbon by peatlands, including alkaline fens” by Paweł Pawlaczyk: PDF

Progress Report (2014-08-31, in Polish)

  1. Progress ReportPDF
  2. Annexes 1 – 10Zip 
  3. Annexes 11 – 21Zip

 

Midterm Report of LIFE11 NAT/PL/423  (30.04.2015, in Polish):

1. Mid-Term Report (PDF file)

2.  SHP – shape files of conducted conservation action (*.shp)

3.  Table of conducted conservation actions (PDF file)

 

 

Posters from International Congress for Conservation Biology, Montpellier 2015

  1. “Alkaline fens resources in Poland” – Katarzyna Bociąg, Magdalena Makles, Dorota Horabik PDF
  2. “Ecohydrological studies as a base for alkaline fens conservation planning in Poland”- Lesław Wołejko, Ab P. Grootjans, Robert Stańko PDF
  3. “Drawa Forest alkaline fens (history, ecohydrology – Miradz, Cieszynka, Bukowskie Bagno) – Lesław Wołejko, Ab P. Grootjans, Robert Stańko PDF
  4. “Alkaline fens conservation in Southern Poland (specific problems: biodiversity of dispersed small fens)” – Dorota Horabik, Magdalena Makles PDF
  5. “Water conditions of selected alkaline fens in Poland” – Robert Stańko, Katarzyna Dziendziela PDF
  6. “Alkaline fens in agrienvironmental schemes in Poland” – Filip Jarzombkowski, Ewa Gutowska, Katarzyna Kotowska PDF
  7. “Rospuda fen case: Natura 2000 as protection tool against destructive investments” – Filip Jarzombkowski, Ewa Gutowska, Katarzyna Kotowska PDF
  8. “Recovery plan for Saxifraga hirculus in northern Poland – limitations and first results” – Joanna Bloch – Orłowska, Katarzyna Żółkoś, Elżbieta Cieślak PDF
  9. “Liparis loeseli in Poland: distribution, trend, conservation status” – Mirosław Szczepański, Filip Jarzombkowski PDF
  10. “Alkaline fens in Poland as a target of Natura 2000 management planning & impact assessment” – Paweł Pawlaczyk PDF
  11. “Hydro-geological and climatic conditions of development of alkaline spring-fed fens in Poland and their significance for the palaeoenvironmental reconstruction” – Radosław Dobrowolski, Małgorzata Mazurek, Zbigniew Osadowski PDF

 

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"Conservation and restoration of alkaline fens (code 7230) in the young-glacial landscape of the northern Poland"

"Conservation of alkaline fens (7230) in southern Poland"