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Dinaric Alps: Ecological Conservation Areas (SACA1)

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This data set shows important Ecological Conservation Areas (SACA1), bigger than 100ha, in the Dinaric Alps. These areas are expected to have a high biological value and that ecological connectivity is functioning well. Strategic Connectivity Areas (SACAs) derive from the Continuum Suitability Index. This approach is a way to display via GIS the most important sites for the overall ecological network on a macro-regional level (SACA1). Here, the most important ones were selected by expert evaluation. Filename: DinaricAlps_SACA1_Ecological_Conservation_Areas.shp Project website: https://dinalpconnect.adrioninterreg.eu/

https://doi.org/10.48784/0aa5-c436 Citation

Citation: Laner, P., & Favilli, F. (2022). Dinaric Alps: Ecological Conservation Areas (SACA1) [Data set]. Eurac Research. https://doi.org/10.48784/0AA5-C436

DinaricAlps_SACA1_Ecological_Conservation_Areas, features, Europe, Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Montenegro, Slovenia

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