Category:07. Riparian zone improvement
Riparian zone improvement
Measures in this category are aimed at improving riparian zones directly adjecent to waterbodies. These measures have either direct or indirect effects on aquatic habitat. Direct effect include limiting nutrient seepage by changing land use and reduction or increase of sediment input by changing bank protection. Indirect effects include the renaturalisation of bank vegetation, like forest development to provide a diverse shoreline habitat (i.e. shade, etc).
Pages in category "07. Riparian zone improvement"
The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total.