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ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION vol. 38 no. 3 pp. 3 - 15 2012 PL ISSN 2083-4772 DOI: 10.2478/v10265-012-0023-7 © Copyright by Polish Academy of Sciences and Institute of Environmental Engineering of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Zabrze, Poland 2012 THIRTY-SEVEN YEARS OF ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION CZESŁAWA ROSIK-DULEWSKA, RAJMUND MICHALSKI* Institute of Environmental Engineering of thePolish Academy of Sciences M. Skłodowskiej-Curie 34, 41-819 Zabrze * Corresponding author’s e-mail: michalski@ipis.zabrze.pl Keywords: Archives of Environmental

1 Introduction Landscape protection areas (LPA) belong to the most poorly known and least valuable forms of nature protection in Poland. They usually do not reach the natural values of landscape parks, all the more national parks, nature reserves and Natura 2000 areas; however, they play an important role in many ways. First of all, they cover large areas, comprising about 2/3 of the surface of protected nature in Poland. LPAs represent areas used for recreation and leisure, replacing more valuable regions and saving them from threats caused by excessive

gold mining on permafrost environment. Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology, 18(S):227-233. WANG GX., CHENG GD., SHEN YP., et al . 2001. Research on Ecological Environmental Change in Changjiang-Yellow Rivers Source Regions and Their Integrated Protection. Lanzhou: Lanzhou University Press. WANG GX., CHENG GD., SHEN YP., et al . 2004. Human engineering activities on frozen soil ecosystem change and its effect on Railway Construction. Chinese Science Bulletin, 49(15):1556-1564. WANG SL., JIN HJ., LI SX., et al . 2000. Permafrost degradation on the Qinghai

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1 INTRODUCTION This article is aimed at reviewing and assessing the present state of conservation within the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, with the application of data on the number, surface area and distribution of particular forms of conservation. The study focuses on various forms of conservation, from areas to individual protection; it does not discuss, however, species protection. The 10 forms of nature conservation existing in Poland can be classified into the following groups: – aerial protection, that is, large areas: national parks (NPs), nature reserves

środowisku EKOPORTAL.GOV.PL - Witryna prowadzona przez Centrum Informacji o Środowisku. dostęp. 20.11.2013 GASTON K.J., CHARMAN K., JACKSON S.F., ARMSWORTH P.R., BONN A., BRIERS R.A., CALLAGHAN C.S.Q., CATCHPOLE R., HOPKINS J.,. KUNIN W.E, LATHAM J., OPDAM P., STONEMAN R., STROUD D.A., TRATT R., 2006, The ecological effectiveness of protected areas: The United Kingdom Biological Conservation, 132 (2006), pp. 76-87 HAYES T.M., 2006, Parks, people, and forest protection: An institutional assessment of the effectiveness of protected areas World Development, 34, pp. 2064

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