For over 30 years, the concept of the ecological network has been the subject of several strategies and projects aimed at improving ecological connectivity. The efforts have been several (from the European to the regional level), but often they have not been turned into concrete actions, thus not achieving the expected results. This work focuses on a new methodological approach to create effective ecological networks through an analysis that considers both the geography of the in-frastructural gaps of the main roads and the framework of the new urbanization of the involved territories. In particular, it describes a case study about the territory adjacent to two Italian parks: Maiella National Park and Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park.

Ecological connectivity efficiency: a study for Maiella National Park and Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park.

Zullo F.
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Montaldi C.;Romano B.
2022

Abstract

For over 30 years, the concept of the ecological network has been the subject of several strategies and projects aimed at improving ecological connectivity. The efforts have been several (from the European to the regional level), but often they have not been turned into concrete actions, thus not achieving the expected results. This work focuses on a new methodological approach to create effective ecological networks through an analysis that considers both the geography of the in-frastructural gaps of the main roads and the framework of the new urbanization of the involved territories. In particular, it describes a case study about the territory adjacent to two Italian parks: Maiella National Park and Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park.
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