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 Bavarian Forest - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Bavarian Forest (German: Bayerischer Wald) is a low mountain range in Bavaria, Germany.
Founded in 1970, it was the first national park in Germany.
It extends along the Czech border and is continued on the Czech side by the Šumava (Bohemian Forest). /wiki/Bavarian_Forest   (135 words)

 02/14/01 -- Sumava National Park in Czech Republic Threatened
Bavarian Forest National Park is proclaimed on the German side of the border.
Even if the foresters were not removing timber out of the core zones, the continuous development of the habitats was broken and the whole purpose of existence of the National Park was cast into doubt.
Write letters to Czech government officials to request an immediate ban on logging in the core and virgin forest zones of the Sumava National park, re-evaluation of timber extraction policy in buffer zones, and expansion and connection of the currently fragmented core zones to occupy at least 40% of the park's area. /archive/europe/sumaczec.htm   (1261 words)

 44th IAVS Symposium 2001- Excursions
The Bavarian Forest National Park is the oldest and best developed national park of Germany, nearly completely covered with forests; on the other hand the Sächsische Schweiz National Park is a rather young, developing national park.
Bavarian Forest National Park, the oldest German national park: forests on their way back to "virgin forest", forest development following windfall, near-natural spruce forests, montane mixed forests on silicate soils, raised bog and transitional mire.
Deciduous forests on calcareous soils in the Altmühl valley, historic monastery Weltenburg at the Danube river. /iavs/excurs.html   (1122 words)

 A2Z Languages - Germany - Country Guide - National Parks
Together with the Czech Republic's Šumava National Park (Bohemian Forest), located on its eastern side, the Bavarian Forest National Park (NPBW) represents central Europe´s largest protected woodland with nice trails to be explored.
As one of the oldest protect parks in Germany, this park covers 210 sq km and is part of the alpine territory near the Bavarian town of Berchtesgaden in the south-east of Germany.
This national park is situated in the North-East of Brandenburg, Germany. /Germany/country_guide/national_parks.htm   (868 words)

 Park Science--Volume 21(1)--Fall/Winter 2001--Notes from Abroad--(page 1 of 2)
Germany's first national park was established in the Bavarian Forest in 1970 with the objective of attracting tourists to its remote location.
In this respect national parks in Germany and the United States are similar, and, as you will see, an intriguing blend of both similarities and differences in the history and management of the two park systems exists.
Although some politicians were inspired by the national park idea, their plans failed, in part, because Germany lacked pristine areas and the concept of transition parks had not been established. /parksci/vol21/vol21(1)/05-1abroad.html   (1272 words)

 Goethe-Institut - The Environment - Topics
The first in Germany followed almost a century later: the Bavarian Forest National Park was founded in 1970.
The adjacent Bohemian Forest belongs to the Czech Republic and part of this is also protected as a national park.
The newest national parks in Germany are the Eifel in the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia and Kellerwald-Edersee in Hesse. /kug/ges/umw/thm/en202877.htm   (579 words)

 Bavarian Forest National Park
The forest playground “Waldspielgelände“ with its unique nature trail, the “Jugendwaldheim“, a kind of youth hostel in the woods and the newly established wilderness campsite (“Wildniscamp“) at mount Falkenstein, the only one of its kind in Europe, offer unforgettable experiences for children and young people in the wilderness of the Bavarian Forest National Park.
Together with the Šumava National Park (Bohemian Forest), located on its eastern flank, the Bavarian Forest National Park represents central Europe´s largest protected closed woodland area.
The fauna, which is characteristic of this region, is the result of a rather harsh, slightly continental climate with high snowfall in the winter, increased by large differences in altitude between 600 to 1,453 meters. /e/6399.html   (532 words)

 MSN Encarta - Bavaria
To the east, along the border with the Czech Republic, are the Bavarian Low Mountains and the Bavarian Forest National Park, which was opened in 1970, enlarged in 1997, and covers an area of 24,250 hectares (59,922 acres).
To the west are the Allgäuer Alps, to the east the Berchtesgaden Alps and the Berchtesgaden National Park, founded in 1978 and covering some 20,808 hectares (51,417 acres).
There are 46 state museums and galleries including: the Bavarian State Art Galleries in Munich; the Bavarian National Museum in Munich; and the various museums of the State Scientific Collections, also in the capital. /encyclopedia_761574775/Bavaria.html   (637 words)

 The Bavarian Forest: A Story of Regeneration Living Planet Deutsche Welle 08.01.2004
Across the border from the Bavarian Forest is the Sumova National Park in the Czech Republic.
The Bavarian Forest National Park is the largest forest area in central Europe where nothing has been done to interfere with nature.
The park officials only follow this procedure in the buffer zone between wilderness areas and commercial forests, in order to prevent the bark beetle from spreading outside the confines of the park. /dw/article/0,1564,1079118,00.html   (791 words)

 Forest Functions
The Bavarian Forest National Park was established in 1970.
That’s the reason for the founding of some national parks.
Large amounts of precipitation are stored in the porous forest soil, reducing surface run off thus the danger of floods is reduced and a continuous supply of water even in dry periods ensued. /~schneika/fofu.htm   (822 words)

 Berchtesgaden National Park
The Berchtesgaden National Park is one of the oldest protected areas in the Alps.
Nestled in the Bavarian Alps, the vales and hills of the Berchtesgadener Land are speckled with cozy, family hotels and bed and breakfasts.
It is part of the alpine territory near the Bavarian town of Berchtesgaden in the south-east of Germany. /e/6308.html   (893 words)

 bavarian forest germany - hotels, pensions, vacation homes, holiday houses, farms, travel to bohemian forest, bavaria
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bavarian forest germany- hotels, pensions, vacation homes, holiday houses, farms, travel to bohemian forest, bavaria /english   (32 words)

Vegetation The park is part of the 20,000ha Bohemian forest, the largest in Europe, which lies on both sides of the border between Czechoslovakia and Bavaria.
Winter feeding and shooting of deer in the park are undesirable and expensive (100,000DM in 1977), the former being a traditional practice in such areas with harsh winters.
Physical Features The park is situated on a rolling plateau which climbs gently toward the souh-west, reaching its highest elevations on the border peaks. /sites/pa/0354v.htm   (1019 words)

 Countrygoer Europe: The Bohemian Forest
The National Park Authority, concerned about environmental impact of traffic in their National Park - including the impact of exhaust emissions on the ecology of the area - has, over the last few years, pursued a policy of gradually restricting traffic, eliminating unsightly roadside parking and even closing some cul-de-sac forest roads to traffic.
Close co-operation between the two National Parks is most graphically illustrated by the foot and cycle-only frontier crossing at Bucina (terminus of the Bavarian bike bus) where you can either cycle into the Czech Republic or walk 500 metres to catch the Šumava National Park bus to the mountain resort of Kvilda.
Many of the quiet lanes and forest roads have remained closed to traffic since the National Park was created in 1991, and there are over 135km of traffic free cycle trails as well as an extensive network of quiet roads. /europe/bohem.html   (666 words)

 Encyclopedia: Sumava
In the Czech Republic, the most valuable area is protected in the Šumava National Park and Protected Landscape and the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
However, park administration is not always successful in its task, and many believe the rapid growth of tourist accommodation and services is destroying the former calm of the Šumava region.
The Šumava are heavily forested mountains with average heights of 800-1400m. /encyclopedia/Sumava   (563 words)

 IFN Projects Landscape of the Year (The Bohemian Forest)
In 1991, shortly after the fall of the iron curtain, the area on the Czech side of the border was designated a National Park; together with the Bavarian Forest it is the largest Forest National Park in Europe.
Since the opening of the border, the Bohemian Forest region has been ready for new departures, and the villages along the fringes of the National Park have begun to catch up with developments.
The Bohemian Forest (Böhmerwald), Šumava, the Bavarian Forest (Bayerischer Wald) and the Forest of the Upper Palatinate (Oberpfälzer Wald) form the largest forested highlands in Central Europe, which extend over a maximum length of over 500 km and rise to summits of 1500m. /english/Projekte/ldj/documents/doc4-en.htm   (3282 words)

 L.L.Bean: Park Search - Bavarian Forest National Park
The Bayerischer Wald (Bavarian Forest) National Park is located in the center of this landscape, around the Falkenstein, Rachel and Lusen Mountains.
The park is 51 square miles, and with the Sumava National Park in nearby Czech Republic forms the largest protected forest region in central Europe.
Most of the park’s land is spruce and fir forest, covering steeply sloping ground. /parksearch/parks/html/1904llt.htm   (245 words)

The composition and diversity of the bryophyte flora of four 13-yr-old windthrow gaps and their adjacent forest stands was studied in the Bavarian Forest National Park, south eastern Germany.
The forest floor of cleared gaps is heavily disturbed which promotes the development of a dense cover of grass.
It is suggested that the higher diversity in unmanaged gaps is mainly due to the formation of additional habitats (treefall pits and mounds) while most of the forest floor and its vegetation remains intact. /Lindbergia.26.1.abstracts/L819palisaar.htm   (199 words)

The Bavarian Forest National Park to the east, the Landscape Protection Area and the Sumava National Park on the Czech side and the Upper Bavarian Forest Nature Park to the north are all neighbours of the Bavarian Forest Nature Park.
The Bavarian Forest Nature Park is situated in the south-east of Germany, between the Danube and the ridge forming the Bavarian-Bohemian border.
Existing since 1967 the Bavarian Forest Nature Park is one of the oldest Nature Parks in Bavaria. /content/englisch/location.htm   (245 words)

 National Parks, Biosphere Reserves Highlight European Travel Adventure
The Eifel National Park, Hamburg Wadden Sea National Park and Bavarian Forest National Park are among the many scenic land and seascapes offering the ideal diversion from city sightseeing.
The renowned chalk cliffs are a highlight of Germany’s northern coastline and Jasmund National Park.
From protected mountain tops, on through the forests and grasslands, all the way down to the costal tide pools, Europe offers scenic beauty with a capital “B.” Hikers, cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts will be right at home trekking the trails and back roads of Europe’s finest cities. /media_col96.html   (634 words)

 GPS-GSM collar: red deer, Remote data transmission via mobile phone from the collar towards the office
Investigations on the use of habitat of red deer in the Bavarian forest are part of a cooperative pilot project between the Management of the Bavarian Forest National Park and Environmental Studies.
A part of the red deer population in the Bavarian Forest National Park overwinters in 3 “winter enclosures”.
Follwing the studies on movement, activity, home range and habitat use of red deer in the Bavarian Forest National Park during the last years (see below) seven red deer were fitted with GPS GSM collars in spring 2004. /projects/1/red1.html   (1103 words)

 Article Detail - Sort ASC
Farming, hunting and wood-cutting is banned from the Bavarian Forest national park, which is used, however, for research.
Parts of the forest area were turned into Germany's first national park in 1970, also coined “Europe's Green Roof.“ The size of the park was doubled in 1997 to some 24,000 ha.
Mankind was not supposed to interfere in the park to ensure the natural development of the forest and to preserve the biodiversity of local flora and fauna. /wren/wn_detaila.html?id=6035   (695 words)
Bavarian Forest National Park, Freyunger Strasse 2, 94481 Grafenau, Germany
The determination of forest height has been shown to be feasible from both Lidar and interferometric SAR, and can serve as an input parameter to estimate forest biomass, which is the most important forest structural parameter.
A special focus was put upon the relation of the extracted heights to the h100 as an approximation of the upper canopy height, and the influence of forest type and density. /cgi-bin/   (333 words)

The largest continuous mountain forest in Central Europe, the Bavarian Forest is a lovely landscape of rolling wooded hills interspersed with tiny, little disturbed valleys.
Schloss Nymphenburg: This Baroque schloss was the summer residence of the Bavarian kings and the birthplace of King Ludwig II.
Allgäu - Bavarian Swabia is one of the most beautiful regions of Bavaria. /bavaria.html   (1462 words)

 ESRI - Professional Papers
The Department of GIS at the Technical University of Munich, in cooperation with the Bavarian State Forest Service has established a reference GIS for the Bavarian Forest National Park.
The cooperation was formed in 1996 to provide the University with real data for research, teaching, and knowlege transfer between the partners. /library/userconf/proc02/abstracts/a0391.html   (112 words)

• Peneda-Gerês National Park, Portugal and Baixa Limia
The International Youth Camp is organised by the host park in conjunction with the EUROPARC Headquarters in Grafenau (D).
Transfrontier youth camp: Argentera Nature Park, Italy and Mercantour National Park, France /international/data/youth-camps.htm   (184 words)

 Grüß Gott, in Bayerisch Eisenstein
Located in an event-filled and action-packed triangle between Großer Arber, the Bavarian Forest National Park and the Bohemian Forest, the health resort Bayerisch Eisenstein offers an abundance of holiday activities.
On the town’s edge the Bavarian Forest National Park leads away southwards.
There is a good reason for its reputation to be the Bavarian Forest’s most traditional health resort: Historic border station, local train museum, animal museum, forest of fairy tales, glassworks, Nordic-Fitness-Park, etc. – there is something for everybody. /english/ortsbeschreibung.html   (251 words)

 Embassy of the Czech Republic in Helsinki
This region is also protected on the German side where it becomes The Bavarian Forest National Park.
The Šumava has been a protected region since 1962 and was declared a national park in 1991.
She has cherished the reputation of one of the most beautiful cities in the world and has been paid tribute by outstanding personalities. /wwwo/default.asp?ido=3410&amb=35&idj=2   (1101 words)

 PAN Parks
Bavarian Forest National Park has great potential to become a PAN Park - considering its approach to ecosystem dynamics and tourism management.
Oulanka and Paanajärvi National Parks have won an INTERREG Neighbourhood Project grant to strengthen the status of the twinpark as an important national and international attraction and provide for a common framework of nature-oriented tourism.
Bieszczady National Park, Poland is the fourth PAN Park to receive full certification as its sustainable tourism development has also been successfully verified. /rss.php   (822 words) ~ Beudert
The forest ecosystem in the Forellenbach area of the Bavarian Forest National Park has been monitored within the framework of the UN/ECE Integrated Monitoring Programme since 1990.
Water and element budgets in the Forellenbach area of the Bavarian Forest National Park
In contrast to beech plot B1, N losses in spruce plot F1 and the Forellenbach area as a whole accounts for about 40 % of the calculated total N deposition, indicating N saturation of the ecosystem. /stranky.php?idc=293   (296 words)

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