In Russia, National Parks (NPs) began to be established not before in the 1980s. The Losiny Ostrov (literally the Moose Island) situated on the Moscow’s north-eastern outskirt is the second oldest NP in the Russian Federation.
The Species Occurrence Database, managed by the Nature Conservation Agency of the Czech Republic, has been widely used in nature conservation.
Jeřábková L.: National-wide Mapping of Amphibians and Reptiles in the Czech Republic – The First Out
The best knowledge of amphibian and reptile distribution available is a basic prerequisite for their really effective protection.
Dostálová K. & Bejček P.: Amendments to the Building Code Related to Nature Conservation and Landsca
On January 1, 2013, Act No. 350/2012 Gazette, the so-called great amendment to the Building Code shall enter into force.
Aiming at integrating various approaches applied by the individual regional branches in assessing measures influencing the Corncrake (Crex crex) populations, the Nature Conservation Agency of the Czech Republic (NCA CR) developed a methodology on that issue.
The voluntary project NOBANIS (North European and Baltic Network on Invasive Alien Species) is one of the European databases on invasive alien species (IAS).
In the diversified landscape of the Czech Republic, dozens of irregularly dispersed karst areas can be found. Some carbonate bodies have become bared on the Earth’s surface during almost their whole life-spam and have been almost continuously influenced by karst processes.
In 2006, building the first Czech scientific base in Antarctica was finished on the James Ross Island.
In 2000, a grazing management programme was introduced to maintain the species diversity in dry grasslands in the Specially Protected Areas within the City of Prague.
Turoňová D., Hamerský R. & Ondráček Č.: The Eastern Pasqueflower – A Slightly Optimistic State of th
The Eastern Pasqueflower, in North America also known as the Prairie Crocus (Pulsatilla patens) is a plant species threatened at the pan-European level. At present, it occurs at approx. 20 sites in the Czech Republic.