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A short course of lectures
«Rewilding European Landscapes»

Benefits of Rewilding for BiodiversityThe Pre-Neolithic Ecosystem EngineersEcosystem Services: The Opportunities of Rewilding in EuropeHow do Vultures Fit into a Rewilding Continent?Disturbances and DiversityFrom Wilderness and Natural Processes to a Future Orientated CoexistenceAre Current Efforts to Maintain Traditional Landscapes Likely to Succeed?Habitat Resource Heterogeneity at Multiple Spatial Scales is KeyThe Economic Benefits of RewildingA Case Study: Farmland Abandonment in Peneda and Its Effects on Macro-mothsPrescribed BurningWhat About Fertile Agricultural Regions?Current Conservation Policies in the EUThe Role of Natural DisturbancesLessons Learned for Wilderness Entrepreneurship EducationThe Problem of Natural Processes as a GoalAn Ongoing Debate…Learning Strategies for Wilderness Entrepreneurship EducationWolvesThe Agriculture and Conservation ParadoxLearning Environments for Wilderness Entrepreneurship EducationSouthern Carpathians: A Wilderness Arc at the Heart of EuropeOpportunities for Wilderness and RewildingWere Traditional Agricultural Practices Environmentally Friendly?The Challenges of RewildingGeneralWilderness and Ecosystem ServicesConcluding RemarksCommunicationWilderness, Rewilding and Ecosystem ServicesWilderness ConservationNationally Designated Protected AreasVultures and Humans: An Unstable AllianceStrategic Revegetation in Farmed FieldsBearsOverall Picture of Protected Areas in the EUEntrepreneurship in Conservation EducationFinal RemarksCultural BenefitsA Practitioner's PerspectiveII Rewilding and BiodiversityWestern Iberia: Ancient Dehesa and Montado LandscapesThe Opportunity of ChangeAgriculture and ConservationGlobal and European Conservation TargetsThe Pervasive Impact of HumansMain ObjectivesConservation Objectives: Semi-Natural Biotopes Versus RewildingThe History and Value of WildernessThe Social Tolerance of Humans for Large Carnivores and Large HerbivoresA Future Outlook for Rewilding EuropeTop Scavengers in a Wilder EuropeRewildingFarmland Abandonment as Opportunity for Wilderness ExpansionLimits to Ecological ResilienceEuropean Lepidoptera: Numbers and TrendsDid Traditional Rural Populations Live Well?A New Vision for an Old ContinentVulture Restaurants and the Loss of a Pulsed ResourceVelebit Mountains: The Wild West of the Adriatic CoastThe Operating ModelPreparing a New Generation of Wilderness Entrepreneurs Lessons from the Erasmus Intensive Programme 'European Wilderness Entrepreneurship' 2013Controlled Rewilding: Reconciling the ObjectivesDiversity and Intermediate DisturbanceBringing Large Mammals Back: Large Carnivores in EuropeRestoring or Creating Other Specific Elements to Benefit Wildlife and Particular ServicesA Picture of Historical European LandscapesI The Theory of RewildingWhat are the Characteristics of “Natural Predation Processes”?Towards a European Policy for RewildingEffects of Land-Use Change on Disturbance RegimesDiscussionDesigning Restoration on Agricultural Land by Strategic RevegetationBenefits of Rewilding for People: Ecosystem ServicesWrapping It Up and the Way ForwardHow Far Can We Take the Recovery Process?Enterprise DevelopmentNew Services Provided by VulturesForest Restoration by Land SeparationNominations from all over EuropeTrends in Large Carnivores in EuropeDesigning a Wilderness Entrepreneurship CurriculumLepidoptera: Diurnal and Nocturnal Life-StylesFirst Results in the Rewilding AreasWildernessApplying the Model to the Rewilding AreasConflicts with WildlifeEastern Carpathians: One of Europe's Top Wildlife AreasMaintaining Disturbance-Dependent HabitatsMethodsThe InitiativeEuropean Landscapes: Examining the ParadigmsThe Benefits of RewildingRewilding Europe: A New Strategy for an Old ContinentFire DynamicsThe Role of Carcasses Within EcosystemsBirds and Habitats DirectivesWilderness Entrepreneurship CompetencesRewilding: Pitfalls and Opportunities for Moths and ButterfliesWilderness MetricsThe Current Status of PopulationsTo the Edge of ExtinctionVegetation Restoration and Other Actions to Enhance Wildlife in European Agricultural LandscapesMultiple Causes of RecoveryRewilding Small-Sized Biodiversity TooMeasuring and Mapping Wilderness—A Brief Review of Metrics and MethodsMaintaining Disturbance-Dependent HabitatsThe Spatial Distribution of Ecosystem Services in EuropeEcosystem Services and Scenarios of RewildingRewilding Abandoned Landscapes in EuropeIII Rewillding in PracticeRecommendations for RewildingOther Options for Strategic Revegetation in Agricultural LandscapesTemporal Evolution of the European LandscapeEurasian LynxDefining RewildingEuropean Wilderness in a Time of Farmland AbandonmentDanube Delta: Europe's Unrivalled WetlandRegulating BenefitsCase Study: The Erasmus Intensive Programme on European Wilderness Entrepreneurship
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