Охрана птиц в морской среде обитания

"Охрана птиц в морской среде обитания: Обоснование, выбор и охрана морских охраняемых территорий (МОТ) для птиц в Балтийском море и за его пределами"
4 – 6 октября, Юркальне, Латвия

Цели совещания:

• Представить предварительные результаты пректа LIFE на восточной Балтике, применяемые методы, полученные знания;
• Обменяться опытом текущих проектов по охране морских птиц в Европе;
• Представить современную политику в отношении сохранения морского биоразнообразия ( вособенности в отношении Natura 2000);
• Сравнить методы выделения границ МОТ и составить экспертную оценку их применимости;
• Обсудить имеющиеся критерии выделения территорий (критерии IBA criteria, Руководства ЕС Natura 2000/SPAs), имеющиеся проблемы и решения;
• Обменяться опытом относительно методов оценки угроз морским птицам и разработки рекомендаций по управлению, в особенности относительно прилова, ветроустановок и беспокойства.


Целевая аудитория: патнеры проекта LIFE, вовлеченные в исследования птиц и разработку планов управления; представители природоохранных организаций и органов власти, эксперты сходных проектов из стран ЕС, эксперты научных институтов, администрации ООПТ и представители НПО, всего около 50 участников.

 

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Agenda
Report


Presentations:
1. Opening; (By Ms. H.Fammler, BEF)

2. Implementation of Natura 2000 in the marine areas of the EU with a focus on Special Protection Areas (SPAs); (By Mr. K.Kreiser, BirdLife International, European Division)

3. Introduction to the EU guidelines for the establishment of the Natura 2000 network in the marine environment with regard to the birds conservation; (By Dr. J. Reid, Joint Nature Conservation Committee, UK)

4. Current situation with regard to implementation of marine Natura 2000 areas in Latvia; (By Ms. I. Belasova, Ministry of Environment, Latvia)

5. Current situation with regard to implementation of marine Natura 2000 areas in Estonia; (By Ms. L. Vaher, Ministry of Environment, Estonia)

6. Current situation with regard to implementation of marine Natura 2000 areas in Lithuania; (By Mr. A.s Klimavičius, Ministry of Environment, Lithuania)

7. Role of HELCOM for conservation of marine birds in the Baltic Sea: Baltic Sea Protected Areas, Baltic Sea Action programme and other initiatives; (By Ms. H. Paulomäki, HELCOM)

8. The Important Bird Area (IBA) programme of BirdLife International, criteria for site designation, progress on marine IBAs in Europe; (By Mr. I. Burfield, BirdLife International, European Division)

9. Baltic LIFE project experience and first results of waterbird inventories and selection/delineation of marine sites (SPAs); (By Mr M. Dagys, Institute of Ecology of Vilnius University)

10. Experience of marine SPA identification and designation in Portugal, introduction to the ongoing LIFE-Nature project; (By Mr. I. Ramirez, SPEA, BirdLife)

11. Experience of marine SPA identification and designation in Spain, introduction to the ongoing LIFE-Nature project; (By Mr. J.M. Arcos, SEO/BirdLife)

12. Existing methodologies for MPA selection and delineation – introduction to the MCC border delineation method; (By Mr. H. Skov, DHI, Water Environment Health)

13. Experience exchange on SPA selection and designation in Germany; (By Mr. J. Kube, Institute for Applied Ecology Ltd.)

14. Experience exchange on SPA selection and designation in United Kingdom; (By Dr. J. Reid, Joint Nature Conservation Committee)

15. The foraging radii approach to marine IBA delineation; (By Mr. B. Lascelles, Global Seabird Programme, BirdLife International)

16. Principles for setting site conservation objectives – view of European Habitat Forum; (By Mr. K.Kreiser, BirdLife International, European Division)

17. Setting Favorable Reference Values /Conservation Objectives for marine Natura 2000 sites (experience from the Netherlands); (By Mr. R. Noordheim, Institute for Inland Water Management and Waste Water Treatment)

18. Methodologies to assess threats to individual sites; (By Mr. I. Burfield, BirdLife International, European Division)

19. Windfarms and MPAs: impact assessments and possible mitigation measures; (By Mr. H. Hötker, NABU/BirdLife German)

20. By-catch and birds: impact assessment and possible mitigation measures, experience from the Eastern Baltic LIFE Project; (By Mr. M. Dagys, Institute of Ecology of Vilnius University, Baltic MPA project team)

21. By-catch of birds in gillnet fishery – experience of threat assessment methods and results from Germany; (By Mr. J. Bellebaum, Institute of Applied Ecology)

22. Seabird conservation in the Mediterranean – the challenges for Malta and the EU LIFE Yelkouan Shearwater Project; (By Ms. H. Raine (BirdLife Malta)

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