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How is a national park managed along the coast?

How is a national park managed along the coast? by Jenny Marie Gulbrandsen, National Park Manager at Raet National Park Raet National Parkwith its 607 km2 is Norway's largest marine national park, and as much as 98% of the protected area is ocean. The national park has protectedboth the seabed and ecosystems, and on land there are coastal heathlands and beach meadows. How is the marine ecosystem in the national park doing? Is the protection good enough? And what can we do better? Here you can read about the project preserve Raet

Year: 2023

Produced by: Media Services AS

Tags: NBFN Raet National Park

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