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Évf. 19 szám 1 (2021): Gyepgazdálkodási Közlemények (GS-22)
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A véletlenszerűen elvégzett természetvédelmi kezelések szerepe a Balaton-parti botanikai értékek megőrzésében

Megjelent 2021 szeptember 25
Fülöp Bence
Hungarian University of Agronomy and Life Sciences, Institute for Wildlife Management and Nature Conservation
Pacsai Bálint
Hungarian University of Agronomy and Life Sciences, Institute for Wildlife Management and Nature Conservation
Bódis Judit
Hungarian University of Agronomy and Life Sciences, Institute for Wildlife Management and Nature Conservation
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Most semi-natural habitats in Europe have been traditionally maintained by grazing or mowing, which halted successional changes and preserved biodiversity on a higher level. Since the 1950s the large-scale mechanisation of agriculture resulted in expansion of cropland and the abandonment of grasslands became an increasing issue in Europe. Recognizing the negative consequences of abandonment in the diversity of wildlife, habitat reconstruction interventions for mainly nature conservation purposes began in the 1980s to preserve the biodiversity of these semi-natural habitats.