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  • ...ts. All of these processes and structures are relevant to the provision of habitats to support the entire life cycle of organisms including refugia, feeding, s ....europa.eu/environment/water/water-framework/index_en.html Water Framework Directive]. As a result, the framework is compatible with WFD, but being process-base
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  • ...etention of water (i) within the stream channel, e.g. by improving aquatic habitats in order to make them less vulnerable to flow disturbances, and (ii) in the ...ment No. 31. Ecological flows in the implementation of the Water Framework Directive. doi: 10.2779/775712
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  • ...orphological quality of the running waters water bodies as Water Framework Directive proposes. In United States an increased experience on dam demolition (Inter ...ith this option part of the structure is kept, but the connectivity of the habitats along the fluvial continuum is recovered (to see figure ). It is recommende
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  • ...located within the SCI of the Chícamo River (SCI ES6200028) . There are 8 habitats of community interest. ...ll as Himantopus himantopus ( Black-winged Stilt) , included on Annex I of Directive 79/409/CEE.<br />
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  • =Freshwater Pearl Mussel and its habitats (LIFE04/NAT/SE/00023)= ...en classified by IUCN as endangered and is also included in the EU habitat directive (NATURA 2000).
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  • =Sweden- Restoration of the Freshwater Pearl Mussel and its habitats (LIFE04/NAT/SE/000231)= ...en classified by IUCN as endangered and is also included in the EU habitat directive (NATURA 2000).
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  • ...ramme as a development concept in 1995 aiming to restore all those natural habitats, thus resulting in the implementation of the LIFE Project Lippe Floodplain ...r threatened species such as bird species protected under the EU’s Birds Directive like the marsh harrier (''Circus aeruginosus''), corncrake (''Crex crex'')
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  • ...ramme as a development concept in 1995 aiming to restore all those natural habitats, thus resulting in the implementation of the LIFE Project Lippe Floodplain ...r threatened species such as bird species protected under the EU’s Birds Directive like the marsh harrier (''Circus aeruginosus''), corncrake (''Crex crex'')
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  • ...ramme as a development concept in 1995 aiming to restore all those natural habitats, thus resulting in the implementation of the LIFE Project Lippe Floodplain ...r threatened species such as bird species protected under the EU’s Birds Directive like the marsh harrier (''Circus aeruginosus''), corncrake (''Crex crex'')
    15 KB (1 word) - 08:47, 3 August 2011
  • Dune habitats enhancement ...ramme as a development concept in 1995 aiming to restore all those natural habitats, thus resulting in the implementation of the LIFE Project Lippe Floodplain
    15 KB (1 word) - 08:47, 3 August 2011
  • Dune habitats improvement ...ramme as a development concept in 1995 aiming to restore all those natural habitats, thus resulting in the implementation of the LIFE Project Lippe Floodplain
    15 KB (1 word) - 08:46, 3 August 2011
  • ...cal habitat assessment methods aim to identify, survey and assess physical habitats and/or the overall functioning and conditions of rivers and streams. They a ...s of physical habitat assessment aim to characterize the range of physical habitats, heterogeneity and structure of ecosystems. These methods have often a grea
    15 KB (1 word) - 10:52, 14 February 2013
  • ...ter Framework Directive]] [[Category:Habitats Directive]] [[Category:Birds Directive]]
    3 KB (1 word) - 10:57, 22 May 2014
  • ...ogical value. These measures have lead to a deterioration of typical river habitats and species. ...ne of these projects. The measures also incorporate more room for riverine habitats in the flood plains.
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  • For ecology no specific objectives were made. The current protected habitats had to be sustained. A standard species survey for species of the birds/habitat directive and red list species has been carried out as part of the permits process.
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  • ...tion of habitats, loss of lateral connectivity, silting up of clean gravel habitats and unnatural river flows. At the location of Hale, the river is fast flowi ...bidding documents for the permits, there was a criteria value of spawning habitats. There was also the criterion to increase morphological diversity, but this
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  • ...tion of habitats, loss of lateral connectivity, silting up of clean gravel habitats and unnatural river flows. At location Seven Hatches, the impoundments caus * Enhance the availability and quality of habitat for SAC species and habitats, in particular:
    13 KB (1 word) - 12:56, 2 August 2013
  • * More pristine, dynamic shaped river habitats * Habitats and animals on the Habitat and Birds Directive
    6 KB (1 word) - 21:24, 6 August 2013
  • * More pristine, dynamic shaped river habitats * Habitats and animals on the Habitat and Birds Directive
    7 KB (1 word) - 21:01, 6 August 2013
  • * More pristine, dynamic shaped river habitats * Habitats and animals on the Habitat and Birds Directive
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  • ...alluvial habitats. There is still a lack of spawning grounds and breeding habitats for several rheophilic and migratory fish species. ...zation has deteriorated the dynamics of the river system and their related habitats.
    5 KB (1 word) - 08:32, 7 August 2013
  • ...ter Framework Directive]] [[Category:Habitats Directive]] [[Category:Birds Directive]]
    6 KB (1 word) - 09:56, 7 August 2013
  • ...for boating and the increasing number of recreationists damage and disturb habitats. ...ter Framework Directive]] [[Category:Habitats Directive]] [[Category:Birds Directive]]
    6 KB (1 word) - 11:55, 7 August 2013
  • ...oss municipal offices and schools. A book, Wachau and its surroundings – habitats of a cultural landscape by Werner Gammerith in association with LIFE Wachau ...ter Framework Directive]] [[Category:Habitats Directive]] [[Category:Birds Directive]]
    6 KB (1 word) - 14:40, 7 August 2013
  • ...ter Framework Directive]] [[Category:Habitats Directive]] [[Category:Birds Directive]]
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  • ...lisation included removing boulders from the channel which lead to loss of habitats and decreased heterogenity in stream flow patterns. These boulders were pla ...h are important for the functioning of boreal streams because they provide habitats for other biota, trap sediment and serve as a feeding area for aquatic inse
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  • ...y of the river bed decreased and the heterogeneous flow patterns in riffle habitats disappeared. ...eciation of Kalajoki. The background of the project is the Water Framework Directive goals of good ecological status of waters but also the local aims to improv
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  • ...number of side arms, gravel banks, wetland water bodies, and other natural habitats decreased. Due to the regulation processes and reduced sediment supply by t ...ies with the main channel should prevent aggradation processes and provide habitats for juvenile fish and stagnophil fish species. Additionally agricultural la
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  • ...wels catfish in northern Europe. Catfish migrate into the flooded riparian habitats to forage for food and to spawn. In the 20th century large scale ditching c ...type “Fennoscandian natural rivers, 3210” according to the EU Habitats Directive.
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  • ...f restoration measures are to meet obligations under the [[Water Framework Directive]]. Setting benchmarks and end points that are linked to clearly defined pro ...and watershed restoration – A guide to restoring riverine processes and habitats. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
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  • * diversity and status of habitats (recognize of actual status and diversity of plant communities and assessme ...ter Framework Directive]] [[Category:Habitats Directive]] [[Category:Birds Directive]]
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  • ...ction of the A2 motorway. Compensation activities aimed for restoration of habitats partly devastated by the earlier hydrotechnical works in the valley of the ...d (extensive hay making), secondary succession and in turn disappearing of habitats suitable for birds of the area. Water conditions changes went to both, dryi
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  • ...ter Framework Directive]] [[Category:Habitats Directive]] [[Category:Birds Directive]]
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  • ...ning areas and additionally for lampreys being embraced by the EU Habitats Directive. Furthermore the project aimed at improving conditions for grayling that is
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  • ...ction of the A2 motorway. Compensation activities aimed for restoration of habitats partly devastated by the earlier hydrotechnical works in the valley of the ...d (extensive hay making), secondary succession and in turn disappearing of habitats suitable for birds of the area. Water conditions changes went to both, dryi
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  • ...Assessment: Cross-walk between the Water Framework Directive and Habitats Directive types, status and pressures, ETC/ICM Technical Report 2/2015, Magdeburg: Eu
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