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Open karst: a karstic area where non-karstic sediment is washed off of the surface by water due to the configuration of the terrain. basalt: basic volcanic rock, the most frequent type of lava. It is pelitic, dark grey or black. It is formed by the cooling of liquid basalt lava. It is typically shaped in terraces, columns or bundles. open-air school: a unique form of education that constitutes an integral part of the regular curriculum. The target of investigation is the natural, artificial and socio-cultural environment of the school.
Ramsar Agreement: an agreement serving to protect waters and wet habitats of international significance. Red Book: lists to document extinct or endangered plantand animal species and habitats. rock grass: plants growing on shallow, one-layered soil, that may be cover plants, fissure plants, open- and closed rock grass, and rock forest, according to the development phase of the succession process. saline soil: water soluble salts have a major role in its forming and characteristics. The level of alkalinity is inversely proportional to the fertility.
Member states can initiate the declaration of their cultural and natural values considered significant for the entire humanity as parts of the World Heritage by this authority. nature reserve: smaller, unbroken area rich in characteristic and unique natural sights, primarily functioning to preserve one or more natural values and their coherent systems. arboretum: the word comes from the Latin ’arbor’ = ree and refers to botanical gardens that introduce various species of arborescent vegetation, trees, and shrubs.
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