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14,970 valuable elements of nature on the Slovenian territory have been given the status of a valuable natural feature, 9,083 of which are subterranean caves. Interventions to and activities on valuable natural features may only be executed in the absence of other spatial or technical possibilities.



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Figure NV04-1: Valuable natural features by type
Sources: 

The Register of valuable natural features, Environmental Agency of the Republic of Slovenia, 2011.

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2011
geomorphological number 1799
subterranean geomorphological number 208
geological number 681
hydrological number 1805
botanical number 709
zoological number 475
ecosystemic number 1179
tree number 2015
designed number 117
landscape number 0
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abiotic (geomorphological, geological, hydrological) number 4493
biotic (botanical, zoological, ecosystemic ) number 4495
abiotic (geomorphological, geological, hydrological) % 50
biotic (botanical, zoological, ecosystemic ) % 50
Figure NV04-2: Valuable natural features – caves according to access regime
Sources: 

The Register of valuable natural features, Environmental Agency of the Republic of Slovenia, 2011.

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2011
closed caves number 6
controlled-access caves number 211
free-access caves number 8866
closed caves % 0.07
controlled-access caves % 2.32
free-access caves % 97.61

Goals

• To preserve those characteristics due to which certain parts of nature have been designated as a valuable natural feature of a certain type, as well as to preserve all other characteristics as much as possible;
• to restore damaged or destroyed valuable natural features;
• to ensure the use of valuable natural features in a non-threatening way;
• to ensure ex-situ protection for those valuable natural features whose in-situ preservation is not possible.


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