Hur kan Sölvesborgs kommun öka sociala och biologiska värden i ett område planlagt som natur?
Sammanfattning: Sölvesborg is a small municipality located in the county of Blekinge in the south part of Sweden. The landscape is dominated by European beech and agriculture. Here there is a patch of land that the municipality has planned as ”Nature” according to Swedish law. This piece of land is located in between two nature reserves called Brötalyckorna and Valje. For this project our task has been to figure out how to increase the biological and social values, if it is a possible to give this land a more suitable protection. And also to see if there is any possibility to develop these areas values as a so-called corridor. This in order to give species a better chance of both survival and movement in-between habitats. This has been done by both a literal study and a study performed in the field. When we were out studying this area we took coordinates of important structures for biodiversity. Maps were made to make the data more comprehendible. Our conclusions from this are that there is a lot that can be done in order to increase both biological and social values. The area is more then suitable to be able to work as a corridor for a number of species. In the matter of which protection there are possibilities for the making of nature reserve, biotope protection and Natura2000.
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