FINALIST EUROPEAN NATURA 2000 AWARD

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We are very happy to announce that the application entitled "Reinforcing the roles of remote sensing in Natura 2000 monitoring" presented by our colleague Ricardo Díaz-Delgado has been selected as a finalist of the European Natura 2000 award 2020 edition under Cross-border Cooperation and Networking category. As finalist, this proposal is eligible for the ‘European Natura 2000 Citizens' Award', the winner being decided by a public online vote. Feel free to share this initiative and if you would like to support it we kindly ask you to vote for it before 15 September 2020 at: https://natura2000award-application.eu/finalist/3126. In order to vote you should provide a valid email address in the webpage. A confirmation email will then be sent to the specified address with a link in the main body to be clicked in order to validate your vote. Only validated votes are counted. We sincerely thank you for your support and for spreading the news through your email lists, colleagues and social networks and media. This proposal is a result of the efforts made over the last years to transfer knowledge on the use of remote sensing in the conservation and monitoring of Natura 2000 protected areas. These efforts have contributed to the implementation of  the Eurosite Remote Sensing Support Group  and the publication of the book "The roles of remote sensing in nature conservation". All thanks to the collaboration between Eurosite and the Remote Sensing & GIS Lab and The Monitoring Team on Natural Resources and Processes of the Doñana Biological Station (EBD-CSIC).

 


https://natura2000award-application.eu/finalist/3126

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Feature: Saving the Spanish Imperial Eagle in Doñana

Feature: Saving the Spanish Imperial Eagle in Doñana

The "Espacio Protegido" program of Canal Sur Television December 17, 2019, shows how managers of the Doñana Natural Area and EBD-CSIC researchers work together on the "Recovery Plan of the Spanish Imperial Eagle in Doñana". The Spanish imperial eagle has been recovering in Andalusia thanks to the monitoring plan conducted by scientists and park managers. Being on the verge of extinction in the 80s, today more than a hundred breeding pairs exist in Andalusia. On the 50th anniversary since the creation of Doñana National Park, the recovery of the imperial eagle is a reality.

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