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Alpine Mountain Hay Meadows Management: Best management practices to maintain alpine mountain hay meadows in their Favourable Conservation Status against the threat of underuse under different property right ownership regimes inside and outside protected areas

Projektleitung
Gugerell Katharina, BOKU Projektleiter/in
Laufzeit:
01.04.2023-31.03.2026
Programm:
European Partnership "Biodiversa+"
Art der Forschung
Grundlagenforschung
Projektpartner*innen
Mit-Schweden Universität , Schweden.
Kontaktperson: Prof Volker Mauerhofer;
Funktion des Projektpartners: Koordinator
Universität Hohenheim, Hohenheim, Deutschland.
Kontaktperson: Prof. Dr. Claudia Bieling;
Funktion des Projektpartners: Partner
University of Copenhagen, Dänemark.
Kontaktperson: Assoc. Prof. Alexander Prishchepov;
Funktion des Projektpartners: Partner

Weitere Informationen: https://forschung.boku.ac.at/fis/suchen.person_uebersicht?id_in=2109&menue_id_in=101&sprache_in=de

Mitarbeiter*innen
Radinger-Peer Verena, Projektmitarbeiter/in
Penker Marianne, Projektmitarbeiter/in
Beteiligte BOKU-Organisationseinheiten
Institut für Landschaftsplanung
Institut für Nachhaltige Wirtschaftsentwicklung
Gefördert durch
Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung (FWF) , Sensengasse 1, 1090 Wien, Österreich
Abstract
Grasslands host a wide array of bio-cultural diversity that is threatened in several continents by land abandonment or reduced human activities. The shortcoming of many policies addressing these problems might rest with the fact that compared to established governance practices mainly focusing on overexploitation, underuse is poorly addressed. ALPMEMA aims to identify innovative policies & practices through cross-country, interdisciplinary & transdisciplinary approaches as a contribution to mitigate, stop or even reverse negative effects of underuse on biocultural diversity. In a trans-european meta-analysis and in Swedish, Austrian, German, Danish and Armenian study sites, an interdisciplinary research team in close cooperation with local stakeholders will comparatively
a) identifying based on established knowledge different causes & consequences of underuse related to biocultural diversity,
b) outlining the main actual & potential spatial effects of underuse through GIS,
c) identify innovative management tools, actor-coalitions & innovative practices addressing underuse and
d) co-develop scenarios for grassland management in 2040.

ALPMEMA is designed to disentangling the socio-ecological dilemmas of underuse in different contexts & conservation paradigms and by identifying practical solutions to effectively manage biocultural diversity in the European Union.
Schlagworte
Vegetationskunde; Naturschutz; Landschaftspflege; Nachhaltige Landwirtschaft; Kulturlandschaftsforschung; Landschaftsplanung; Raumordnung; Zukunftsforschung;
Landnutzung-Governance; Mountain Hay Meadows ; Nachhaltige Landnutzung; Property Rights Regimes ; Schutzgebiete; Szenarien / Foresight ; Transdisziplinarität; Unternutzung;
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