Detailed overview:
Harz National Park
Title: Harz National Park
Publisher: Nationalparkverwaltung Harz
Abstract: Being the first National Park in Germany covering two federal states, the Harz National Park in its eastern part in Sachsen-Anhalt consists of 8,900 ha land and was set up in 1990. In 1994, the federal government of Niedersachsen established the western part of this park, covering 15,800 ha. The park is part of the European nature conservation network Natura 2000. Scientific research has identified numerous habitats which are - based on Middle-European standards - quite close to natural state, such as the high and middle regions or zones of the Harz, rocky biotopes, a lot of running water and a large beech, spruce and mixed forest area. One of the priorities in the future for the Harz National Park consists of carrying out environmental information and education services. [Information of the supplier, modified]
Table of contents: Map / History / Philosophy & Concept / Species Report / Tourism / Holiday & Hiking / Publications / For Kids
Subject: Conservation and protection (333.72)
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Spatial coverage: Saxony-Anhalt;
Lower Saxony
Audience: Beginner; Intermediate
Language: Danish; Dutch; English; Finnish; French; German; Hungarian; Spanish; Swedish
Format: website
Resource type: Official corporations and organisations;
Discipline based websites
Access: free
Metadata update date: 2009-11-16
Metadata provider: SDEI
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