Research and biodiversity
Ursus Arctos – foto Pino Oss
The promotion of scientific study is one of the main institutional goals identified in the Law of the Natural Parks of Trentino (L. P. 18/88 art. 1), subsequently replaced by the L.P. 11/2007 which takes up the main features.
This address is also reflected at national level in the Law of 6 December 1991, n. 394 (Framework law on protected areas), which considers scientific research as one of the cornerstones of park activity (article 1 letter c).
In this context, since the early years of its activity, the Adamello Brenta Natural Park has been significantly involved in scientific study, promoting numerous useful research to improve the knowledge of the natural environment.
Scientific Research and Active Protection
The promotion of scientific study is one of the main institutional goals established by the Law regulating the Natural Parks of Trentino (LP 18/88 art. 1). This can also be found in...
The BioMiti Poject
BioMiti is a multi-year research project promoted by the Adamello Brenta Nature Park in collaboration with the Department of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Sassari and the Section of Invertebrate Zoology...
The wildlife projects promoted by the Adamello Brenta Nature Park are carried out by the Research and Conservation Group of the Brown Bear (GRICO - Wildlife Park Office). This was formally established...
Research projects promoted by the Adamello Brenta Natural Park in the geological field in collaboration with Italian universities.