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A short course of lectures
«Rewilding European Landscapes»

DiscussionGeneralTo the Edge of ExtinctionMaintaining Disturbance-Dependent HabitatsWere Traditional Agricultural Practices Environmentally Friendly?The InitiativeThe Operating ModelCultural BenefitsDefining RewildingWilderness ConservationWilderness MetricsTop Scavengers in a Wilder EuropeMain ObjectivesPrescribed BurningDanube Delta: Europe's Unrivalled WetlandNominations from all over EuropeBearsWhat are the Characteristics of “Natural Predation Processes”?Eastern Carpathians: One of Europe's Top Wildlife AreasOverall Picture of Protected Areas in the EUWestern Iberia: Ancient Dehesa and Montado LandscapesThe Role of Carcasses Within EcosystemsFirst Results in the Rewilding AreasWilderness, Rewilding and Ecosystem ServicesFrom Wilderness and Natural Processes to a Future Orientated CoexistenceMethodsBirds and Habitats DirectivesPreparing a New Generation of Wilderness Entrepreneurs Lessons from the Erasmus Intensive Programme 'European Wilderness Entrepreneurship' 2013Multiple Causes of RecoveryThe Economic Benefits of RewildingEffects of Land-Use Change on Disturbance RegimesHow Far Can We Take the Recovery Process?Wilderness and Ecosystem ServicesRewildingForest Restoration by Land SeparationWrapping It Up and the Way ForwardWhat About Fertile Agricultural Regions?Agriculture and ConservationWolvesControlled Rewilding: Reconciling the ObjectivesA Case Study: Farmland Abandonment in Peneda and Its Effects on Macro-mothsVultures and Humans: An Unstable AllianceLepidoptera: Diurnal and Nocturnal Life-StylesA Practitioner's PerspectiveVulture Restaurants and the Loss of a Pulsed ResourceDesigning Restoration on Agricultural Land by Strategic RevegetationThe History and Value of WildernessApplying the Model to the Rewilding AreasStrategic Revegetation in Farmed FieldsFire DynamicsThe Challenges of RewildingII Rewilding and BiodiversityVelebit Mountains: The Wild West of the Adriatic CoastEnterprise DevelopmentEurasian LynxRewilding Small-Sized Biodiversity TooRewilding Abandoned Landscapes in EuropeEntrepreneurship in Conservation EducationConservation Objectives: Semi-Natural Biotopes Versus RewildingRewilding Europe: A New Strategy for an Old ContinentBenefits of Rewilding for BiodiversityRestoring or Creating Other Specific Elements to Benefit Wildlife and Particular ServicesTrends in Large Carnivores in EuropeIII Rewillding in PracticeThe Pre-Neolithic Ecosystem EngineersEuropean Wilderness in a Time of Farmland AbandonmentHow do Vultures Fit into a Rewilding Continent?The Social Tolerance of Humans for Large Carnivores and Large HerbivoresDesigning a Wilderness Entrepreneurship CurriculumThe Problem of Natural Processes as a GoalTemporal Evolution of the European LandscapeThe Agriculture and Conservation ParadoxCurrent Conservation Policies in the EUThe Benefits of RewildingEcosystem Services: The Opportunities of Rewilding in EuropeOther Options for Strategic Revegetation in Agricultural LandscapesA Picture of Historical European LandscapesThe Spatial Distribution of Ecosystem Services in EuropeDisturbances and DiversityNationally Designated Protected AreasRecommendations for RewildingDiversity and Intermediate DisturbanceThe Role of Natural DisturbancesLearning Environments for Wilderness Entrepreneurship EducationFarmland Abandonment as Opportunity for Wilderness ExpansionSouthern Carpathians: A Wilderness Arc at the Heart of EuropeThe Opportunity of ChangeA Future Outlook for Rewilding EuropeLimits to Ecological ResilienceGlobal and European Conservation TargetsAn Ongoing Debate…Benefits of Rewilding for People: Ecosystem ServicesLessons Learned for Wilderness Entrepreneurship EducationRegulating BenefitsWilderness Entrepreneurship CompetencesFinal RemarksMaintaining Disturbance-Dependent HabitatsConflicts with WildlifeRewilding: Pitfalls and Opportunities for Moths and ButterfliesNew Services Provided by VulturesThe Current Status of PopulationsI The Theory of RewildingVegetation Restoration and Other Actions to Enhance Wildlife in European Agricultural LandscapesThe Pervasive Impact of HumansMeasuring and Mapping Wilderness—A Brief Review of Metrics and MethodsCase Study: The Erasmus Intensive Programme on European Wilderness EntrepreneurshipCommunicationEcosystem Services and Scenarios of RewildingWildernessTowards a European Policy for RewildingOpportunities for Wilderness and RewildingEuropean Landscapes: Examining the ParadigmsConcluding RemarksEuropean Lepidoptera: Numbers and TrendsAre Current Efforts to Maintain Traditional Landscapes Likely to Succeed?Habitat Resource Heterogeneity at Multiple Spatial Scales is KeyBringing Large Mammals Back: Large Carnivores in EuropeA New Vision for an Old ContinentLearning Strategies for Wilderness Entrepreneurship EducationDid Traditional Rural Populations Live Well?
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