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Biological-Ecological and Spatial Valorisation of Protected Natural Values in northwest Croatian Counties

Željko Španjol ; Šumarski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu
Damir Barčić ; Šumarski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu
Roman Rosavec ; Šumarski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu
Boris Dorbić ; Zagreb

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str. 51-61

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The Republic of Croatia is unique in terms of its natural beauty and diversity, as well as natural and human potential. Every county in Croatia, including the counties in the north of the country, boasts of distinctly specific landscapes and natural values.
Specially protected sites of exceptional value provide an inexhaustible sub­ject of research into the structure, composition, survival and development of natural ecosystems. They supply basic information on syndynamic patterns; in turn, this information is used in the management procedures and developmental models that guarantee their survival and ensure active protection, uti­lization and improvement of the natural environment. These sites play an im­portant role in the tourist, recreational and health valorisation based on primary values of the natural surrounding. In view of the limited possibilities of utilizing the protected parts of nature and of their general and specific pro­tection, these sites may only be used in a strictly controlled and moderate manner.
There is a large number of protected natural values in the northwest part of Croatia. Almost all categories of protection are present. Protected natural va­lues are shown in the tables with their basic features and a brief description, by counties.
Aproximately 11.52% of the total area in Zagreb county is protected, while in the City of Zagreb 21.4% of the total area is under protection. Bjelovar and Bilogora county has the least protected area, less than 1% of the total area. Protected natural values in Koprivnica and Križevci county cover 2.36%, in Međimurje county 19.87%, in Krapina and Zagorje county 5.1%, and in Sisak and Moslavina county 15.34% of the total county area.

Ključne riječi

nature protection, protected natural values, valorisation

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