TY - CHAP A1 - Renate Mayer A2 - Claudia Plank A3 - Bettina Plank A4 - Andreas Bohner A5 - Veronica Sărăţeanu A6 - Ionel Samfira A7 - Alexandru Moisuc A8 - Hanns Kirchmeir A9 - Tobias Köstl A10 - Denise Zak A11 - Zoltán Árgay A12 - Henrietta Dósa A13 - Attila Gazda A14 - Bertalan Balczó A15 - Ditta Greguss A16 - Botond Bakó A17 - András Schmidt A18 - Péter Szinai A19 - Imre Petróczi A20 - Róbert Benedek Sallai A21 - Zsófia Fábián A22 - Daniel Kreiner A23 - Petra Sterl A24 - Massimiliano Costa A25 - Radojica Gavrilovic A26 - Danka Randjic A27 - Viorica Bîscă A28 - Georgeta Ivanov A29 - Fănica Başcău ED1 - Barbara Sladonja Y1 - 2012-08-08 PY - 2012 T1 - BE-NATUR: Transnational Management of Natura 2000 Sites N2 - Protected areas are at the base of the most national and international conservation strategies. Due to the many unpredictable elements in ecology matters, each protected area requires a case-specific set of guidelines but a common issue is how to cope with human interaction. The management of protected areas is replete with challenges and the only way to gain understanding and achieve greater management possibilities is to exchange experiences and knowledge. Environmental managers are aware of that and together with scientists are looking for more modern and better solutions, both with respect to natural resources and human interactions in many issues regarding nature protection. This publication presents reviews and research results on protected areas management, as well as 12 case studies derived from around the world with the aim of improving management effectiveness of the protected areas. BT - Protected Area Management SP - Ch. 8 UR - https://doi.org/10.5772/50653 DO - 10.5772/50653 SN - PB - IntechOpen CY - Rijeka Y2 - 2021-09-18 ER -