Guidelines for assessing favourable conservation status of Natura 2000 species and habitat types in Bulgaria

H.L. Zingstra, A. Kovachev, K. Kitnaes, R. Tzonev, D. Dimova, P. Tzvetkov

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Abstract

This executive summary describes the methodology for assessing the favourable conservation status of N2000 habitats and species on site level in Bulgaria and gives guidelines for its application. The methodology was developed in the frame of the BBI/Matra project 2006/014 “Favourable Conservation Status of Natura 2000 Habitat types and Species in Bulgaria”. The project was generously supported by the Dutch government under the BBI/Matra programme, which is a combination of two international policy programs of the Dutch government. The objectives and financial resources of the BBI/Matra Programme fall within the remit of the Matra Social Transformation Program of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and under the International Policy Program on Biodiversity of the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationSofia, Bulgaria
PublisherBulgarian Biodiversity Foundation
Number of pages13
ISBN (Print)9789549959499
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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    Zingstra, H. L., Kovachev, A., Kitnaes, K., Tzonev, R., Dimova, D., & Tzvetkov, P. (2009). Guidelines for assessing favourable conservation status of Natura 2000 species and habitat types in Bulgaria. Sofia, Bulgaria: Bulgarian Biodiversity Foundation.