In activity D.1 management activities such as the thinning of broadleaved species in juniper woods and the effect of livestock farming in a priority habitat type are monitored. In particular, the monitoring of activities C.1 and C.2 and their results is a key criterion for assessing the impacts of restoration activities and the conservation status of the habitat type. The information provided by this monitoring is important in order to improve performance through the timely adaptation of the measures in activities C.1 and C.2. The monitoring programme is based on a combination of indicators related to natural regeneration, stand dynamics, flora and vegetation.
- Monitoring Programme for conservation works Interim Report-Οctober 2016