Vascular plants in Denmark recorded …

Occurrence dataset published by Danish Nature Agency

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The Nationwide Monitoring and Assessment Programme for the Aquatic and Terrestrial Environments (NOVANA) covers all of Denmark and entered into force on 1 January 2004. The objective of the programme is to follow the status of the aquatic and terrestrial environments and the main pressures upon them. The programme will describe sources of pollution and other major pressures and their effects on the aquatic and terrestrial environments. In addition, the programme will document the overall effects of national nature and environment action plans and assess whether the quality of nature and the environment meets the policy objectives, and whether the trend is in the right direction. NOVANA is carried out by the Ministry of the Environment. Overall coordinating responsibility for the programme lies within the Danish Center for Environment and Energy, University of Aarhus. SOURCE: NERI Technical report no. 532. NOVANA. Nationwide Monitoring and Assessment Programme for the Aquatic and Terrestrial. Programme Description – Part 1. Svendsen, L.M. & Norup, B. 2005. 54 pp. http://www.dmu.dk/udgivelser/faglige_rapporter/nr_500-549/abstracts/fr532_uk/ http://www.naturstyrelsen.dk/NR/rdonlyres/865F26DE-5C14-4439-9943-339A647FAEC4/121204/NOVANA_del1endelig1.pdf