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Processing of scattered data on protected species and entering it into Single Protected Species Information System

Lithuania

Project Facts

Project objective: Increased capacity to manage and monitor Natura 2000 sites effectively
Project promoter: Nature Research Center
Type of institution: University, college or other teaching institution, research institute or think-tank
Project number: LT03-0007
Target group(s): Civil servants/Public administration staff,
Status: Completed
Initial project cost: € 144,623
Final project costs: € 141,438
From EEA Grants: € 120,222
The project is carried out in: Lietuva

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This is a project under the programme: Biodiversity and ecosystem services

Summary of project results

 

The project is intended for the collection and analysis of information which is not properly stored. The information has been gathered during science researches and nature observations, including historical information about endangered species of animals, plants and mushrooms. The aim is to systemize and consolidate these data into a unified Information System of Endangered Species (ISPS). The project purpose is to contribute to the preservation of biological diversity; to improve the quality and accessibility of data required for the evaluation of the state of endangered species, and for the planning of protection measures. These data are needed in order to perform thorough observations of the endangered species and of changes in their populations, maintain habitation places and reconstruct destroyed ones and establish protected territories and implement efficient protection measures. The project promoter collected and analyzed the information, stored in dissipated way, gathered during science researches and nature observations, including historical information about endangered species of animals, plants and mushrooms. These data were systemized and consolidated into united Information system of endangered species (ISPS). The Project results - 45000 collected individual data and consolidated into ISPS and the 53394 collected individual data and consolidated into ISPS. Collected data will help to contribute to preservation of biological diversity, processing quality and accessibility data, required for the evaluation of state of the endangered species protection and for the planning of protection measures.

 


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