THE FOREST HABITATS FOUND IN LESPEZI QUARRY, DÂMBOVIŢA COUNTY

Authors

  • Mariana Niculescu University of Craiova, Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture, Departament of Botany, 19 Libertatii Street,200583, Craiova
  • Iulian Bercea University of Craiova, Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture, Departament of Botany, 19 Libertatii Street,200583, Craiova
  • Laurentiu Niculescu University of Craiova, Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture, Departament of Botany, 19 Libertatii Street,200583, Craiova
  • Nicoleta Hirjeu Integra Trading Bucureşti

Abstract

"The only possibility to protect endangered species from extinction is preserving the biological communities and the ecosystems they are part of" (N. Boscaiu, 1985)." The consequences of the forest, shrubs, pastures and hay-fields areas reduction are multiples and they influence the whole planet: climate changes, exploitation minig, floods, the clogging of the inferior river basins, soils erosion, landslips, etc. All of these have negative effects over either the species or the landscape balance. In the area of the Lespezi Quarry part of the site ROSCI0013 - Bucegi, meet important Natura 2000 species and habitats. The diversity of flora and fauna in the Quarry Lespezi is very rich and very interesting. Conserving biological diversity in the Quarry Lespezi includes protecting habitats and perotecting the wild animals and plants. Also this means and sustainable use. For preserving biological diversity is required to ensure a strategy based on the premise that the protection and use of biodiversity should always be considered from both an ecological, economic and social view point. In this project we plan evaluation this species and habitats, as well as anthropogenic effects resulting from the exploitation mining in the area of the Quarry Lespezi. It is necessary to establish reference values of favourable conservation status of species and habitats Natura 2000. It is important to give a special attention to the most affected habitat. We carry out inventory and evaluate Natura 2000 species. Monitoring the state of preservation of habitats and species it is very important in this area.

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Published

2015-03-15

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Working Group 1: Plant Cultivation and Animal Growing Technologies