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IPCC information sheets - Raised Bogs
Republic of Ireland. In Northern Ireland there have also been extensive losses. Only 10% of the original area of raised bogs and 14% of blanket bog remains of conservation interest. At current rates of exploitation it has been estimated that all unprotected raised bogs and blanket bogs will be extinct ...
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Equity Watch - Global Environmental Government Unit - Centre for Science and Environment (CSE)
The habitats most sensitive to climate change impacts are montane habitats and raised bogs, which are vulnerable to loss of suitable climatic conditions. To preserve wildlife, the study suggested ...
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IPCC Bogs & Fens of Ireland Conservation Plan 2005 - Conservation Strategy
Conservation Strategy Irish Peatland Conservation Council Comhairle Chaomhnaithe Phortaigh na hÉireann ACTION FOR BOGS & WILDLIFE Bogs & Fens of Ireland Campaigns Actions 2005 News Archive Current Issues & Campaigns ... Atlantic Biogeographic Region of Europe, Ireland possesses 51% of the raised bogs and 50% of the blanket bogs of conservation importance remaining in the region. Therefore we have ...
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IPCC information sheets - Where to bogs occur
At current rates of exploitation it has been estimated that all unprotected raised bogs will be extinct by 1997, and all unprotected blanket bogs ... Ireland, there have also been extensive losses of raised bogs with 10% (2,664ha) of the original area remaining ...
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KIWC Newsletter October 1998 VOL.7 (2/4)
The first class, called the bog wetland class, contains basin bogs and blanket bogs. The second is the fen wetland class, which is characterized by a high groundwater ... lakes. Prof. Warner said that wetlands along the Bekanbeushi River are truly unique in that raised bogs have developed in the center and a mixture of fens and swamp forests are observed ...
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Habitats
European and biogeographical ranges of habitats such as estuaries, heaths and raised bogs, and also has some habitats such as Caledonian pine forest which are found nowhere else ...
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Lowland Wetland
Norfolk Broads may be large (3,000 ha). Lowland bogs may be affected ... Both bogs and fens can benefit from carefully targeted and designed agri-environment incentives. Whole-catchment planning for water resources and agriculture are especially important for bogs and fens. Active raised bogs and ...
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Wild Beauty of Bogs Tour
Flying Dragons Sphagnum Moss Save the Bogs Bogs in Danger Bogs Bogs Bogs Peat Index Home Join IPCC There are two main kinds of bogs - raised bogs and blanket bogs. In lowland areas bogs can grow in overgrown lakes. Peat ... land around it and is called a raised bog. Raised bogs are found in the midlands or centre of Ireland and in the Bann River Valley. Blanket bogs are usually found in the mountains ...
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Do or Die - Voices from the Ecological Resistance - Issue 9
The successful direct action campaign to defend Britain's world important raised peat bogs. Insurrectionary Anarchy! (p. 258) You won't get your liberation from anyone else. Here ...
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Eco-Pros Wetlands Recovery
Nature Conservancies, Audubon and many other conservation organizations and local groups of citizens have raised funds to purchase wetlands in jeopardy in order to preserve and protect them for ... promoters, agricultural interests, and oil and timber industries. Look around you - there are swamps, bogs, marshes, sloughs and wetlands located in virtually every state in the United States. Even ...
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