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A short course of lectures
«Rewilding European Landscapes»





Wilderness Entrepreneurship CompetencesThe Role of Natural DisturbancesThe Social Tolerance of Humans for Large Carnivores and Large HerbivoresCommunicationThe Operating ModelLessons Learned for Wilderness Entrepreneurship EducationBenefits of Rewilding for People: Ecosystem ServicesVulture Restaurants and the Loss of a Pulsed ResourceWhat are the Characteristics of “Natural Predation Processes”?Prescribed BurningEffects of Land-Use Change on Disturbance RegimesRewilding Small-Sized Biodiversity TooVelebit Mountains: The Wild West of the Adriatic CoastWhat About Fertile Agricultural Regions?European Landscapes: Examining the ParadigmsDesigning a Wilderness Entrepreneurship CurriculumFirst Results in the Rewilding AreasNationally Designated Protected AreasControlled Rewilding: Reconciling the ObjectivesA Picture of Historical European LandscapesFire DynamicsThe Economic Benefits of RewildingDefining RewildingBenefits of Rewilding for BiodiversityTop Scavengers in a Wilder EuropeThe History and Value of WildernessThe Challenges of RewildingThe Pervasive Impact of HumansDiscussionWilderness, Rewilding and Ecosystem ServicesCurrent Conservation Policies in the EULimits to Ecological ResilienceWrapping It Up and the Way ForwardA New Vision for an Old ContinentEcosystem Services: The Opportunities of Rewilding in EuropeBearsPreparing a New Generation of Wilderness Entrepreneurs Lessons from the Erasmus Intensive Programme 'European Wilderness Entrepreneurship' 2013Forest Restoration by Land SeparationWilderness and Ecosystem ServicesThe InitiativeRewildingThe Problem of Natural Processes as a GoalDiversity and Intermediate DisturbanceOverall Picture of Protected Areas in the EUMethodsAre Current Efforts to Maintain Traditional Landscapes Likely to Succeed?WildernessFinal RemarksMain ObjectivesRecommendations for RewildingWilderness ConservationWilderness MetricsHabitat Resource Heterogeneity at Multiple Spatial Scales is KeyGeneralEastern Carpathians: One of Europe's Top Wildlife AreasOpportunities for Wilderness and RewildingEuropean Lepidoptera: Numbers and TrendsThe Current Status of PopulationsCultural BenefitsRestoring or Creating Other Specific Elements to Benefit Wildlife and Particular ServicesBirds and Habitats DirectivesHow do Vultures Fit into a Rewilding Continent?New Services Provided by VulturesConcluding RemarksConservation Objectives: Semi-Natural Biotopes Versus RewildingDisturbances and DiversityThe Opportunity of ChangeEuropean Wilderness in a Time of Farmland AbandonmentThe Spatial Distribution of Ecosystem Services in EuropeDid Traditional Rural Populations Live Well?From Wilderness and Natural Processes to a Future Orientated CoexistenceThe Role of Carcasses Within EcosystemsWere Traditional Agricultural Practices Environmentally Friendly?Danube Delta: Europe's Unrivalled WetlandAgriculture and ConservationEntrepreneurship in Conservation EducationA Case Study: Farmland Abandonment in Peneda and Its Effects on Macro-mothsOther Options for Strategic Revegetation in Agricultural LandscapesAn Ongoing Debate…Southern Carpathians: A Wilderness Arc at the Heart of EuropeTrends in Large Carnivores in EuropeRewilding: Pitfalls and Opportunities for Moths and ButterfliesRegulating BenefitsTo the Edge of ExtinctionStrategic Revegetation in Farmed FieldsLearning Environments for Wilderness Entrepreneurship EducationEcosystem Services and Scenarios of RewildingThe Agriculture and Conservation ParadoxEurasian LynxEnterprise DevelopmentWolvesA Practitioner's PerspectiveNominations from all over EuropeBringing Large Mammals Back: Large Carnivores in EuropeApplying the Model to the Rewilding AreasVegetation Restoration and Other Actions to Enhance Wildlife in European Agricultural LandscapesMeasuring and Mapping Wilderness—A Brief Review of Metrics and MethodsHow Far Can We Take the Recovery Process?Lepidoptera: Diurnal and Nocturnal Life-StylesDesigning Restoration on Agricultural Land by Strategic RevegetationA Future Outlook for Rewilding EuropeMaintaining Disturbance-Dependent HabitatsRewilding Abandoned Landscapes in EuropeCase Study: The Erasmus Intensive Programme on European Wilderness EntrepreneurshipFarmland Abandonment as Opportunity for Wilderness ExpansionIII Rewillding in PracticeGlobal and European Conservation TargetsMaintaining Disturbance-Dependent HabitatsVultures and Humans: An Unstable AllianceII Rewilding and BiodiversityThe Pre-Neolithic Ecosystem EngineersI The Theory of RewildingWestern Iberia: Ancient Dehesa and Montado LandscapesTowards a European Policy for RewildingConflicts with WildlifeThe Benefits of RewildingLearning Strategies for Wilderness Entrepreneurship EducationTemporal Evolution of the European LandscapeMultiple Causes of RecoveryRewilding Europe: A New Strategy for an Old Continent
 
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