Corridors and Ecosystems: Coastal and Marine Areas, Issues 18-134
Council of Europe, Jan 1, 2003 - Science - 46 pages
Coastal and marine ecological corridors, part of the Pan-european Ecological Network, form part of the migration route of many mobile marine species and are often narrow stretches of water (such as sea straits and river mouths). Shorebirds often move along the coast, itself one long corridor interrupted only by infrastructure and other developments. This study seeks to contribute to the identification of the main marine and coastal ecological corridors in Europe.
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