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02/10/2012 - News from the protected areas Thematic catalogue: research in the Swiss parks
The scientific group dedicated to research in the Swiss parks has been commissioned by the Swiss Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN) to create a thematic catalogue.
02/10/2012 - News from the protected areas The Mont Avic Nature Park
The Mont Avic nature park covers the area of approximately 5.800 hectares between the high alpine valleys of Champdepraz and Champorcher in the Italian region of Aosta Valley. Together with Gran Paradiso national park and Vanoise national park in France, it forms vast and one of the largest trans boundary protected areas in the Alps.
02/10/2012 - News from the network ALPARC Eighteenth Danilo Re Meet in the Vanoise National Park
From Thursday 17 to Sunday 20 January 2013, the Vanoise National Park will host the 18th Danilo Re Meet, named in memory of the park warden from Cuneo in Piedmont, Italy, who died in the course of his duties in 1995.
01/10/2012 - News from the Alps Evaluating Management Effectiveness of National Parks
A method to evaluate the management effectivness of the National Parks was published by Michael Getzner, Michael Jungmeier and Bernd Pfleger, based on the case study of the Austrian National Park Gesäuse.
28/09/2012 - News from the network ALPARC Postcards: showcasing French protected areas
The collection of ALPARC postcards has been expanded this year and now covers nine regional natural parks from two Alpine regions in France: Rhone-Alpes and Provence-Alpes Côte d’Azur. A third national park has also joined the Ecrins and Vanoise: the Mercantour National Park.