Geobotaniczno-sozologiczna waloryzacja siedlisk przyrodniczych na wybranych fragmentach Błękitno-Zielonej Sieci
Kurowski, Józef K.
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One of the key components of The Blue-Green Network in Łódź are valuable natural areas like the relicts of the natural wildlife (called “Green Treasures of Łódź”) which parts have been preserved in Łódź in spite of two hundred years, very intense urbanization processes. The result of years of geobotanical research in the city was establishing 23 areas of nature protection and proposing of 12 additional natural areas which need to be protected (8 areas of landscape protection and 4 ecological sites). Existing and proposed areas of nature protection, including river valleys, build the wildlife system of Łódź. Predominantly the important role in this concept play the Łódź’s river valleys with their vegetation potential. The Sokolowka River Valley which is located in the Northern-West part of Łódź was the exemplary research field for geobotanical and sozological valorization of the natural habitat of the Blue-Green Network. Within the Sokolowka valley there are retained fragments of precious nature ecosystems.