Val Veny, Courmayeur
M. Pellizzari1, G. Sala2, A. Ferioli2
1Università di Ferrara, Dip. delle Risorse Naturali e Culturali, Corso Porta Mare 2, I - 44100 Ferrara; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
2ARPA Ferrara, Corso della Giovecca 169, I - 44100 Ferrara
The role of phytosociology for a database of the “sensitive areas”. The project of a Sensitive Areas Database (BDAS) aims to collect information of environmental care about: status of sites, current dynamic trends, levels of actual and future impacts, effects of environmental policies. One may consider as “sensitive areas” the territorial bounds with both high environmental value and adverse factors threatening the environment. The geographical spotting of sensitive areas requires the selection of OGU - Operational Geographical Units, to overcome the bonds of administratìve boundaries.
sensitive areas, Po Delta, vegetation, rarity index