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Current cave monitoring practices, their variation and recommendations for future improvement in Europe: A synopsis from the 6th EuroSpeleo Protection Symposium.

A summary of the presentations and discussions held at đŸČđ˜đ—” đ—˜đ˜‚đ—żđ—Œđ—Šđ—œđ—Čđ—čđ—Čđ—Œ đ—Łđ—żđ—Œđ˜đ—Čđ—°đ˜đ—¶đ—Œđ—» 𝗩𝘆đ—șđ—œđ—Œđ˜€đ—¶đ˜‚đ—ș was published yesterday. Discussions focused on the gaps in the protection and monitoring of caves in the EU's Natura 2000 network of protected areas. Efforts to address the conservation and monitoring issues of these special ecosystems in an integrated manner seem likely to intensify in an even more organised way in the coming years.

Summary of the presentations and discussions held at đŸČđ˜đ—” đ—˜đ˜‚đ—żđ—Œđ—Šđ—œđ—Čđ—čđ—Čđ—Œ đ—Łđ—żđ—Œđ˜đ—Čđ—°đ˜đ—¶đ—Œđ—» 𝗩𝘆đ—șđ—œđ—Œđ˜€đ—¶đ˜‚đ—ș:

https://doi.org/10.3897/rio.8.e85859