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Avances Parks Canada

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Funded by Parks Canada
“Updating of management plans of protected
areas of PNNC under current trends of climate

Variability and Climate change management in National Natural Parks of Colombia
Time line in climate change management of National Natural Parks of Colombia and related documents.
Climate change adaptation
national policy. (CONPES 3700)
Ecosystems based adaptation

Climate change strategy for
National Natural Parks of
National policy of Biodiversity and
ecosystems services management /
climate change into the global
change .

Glaciars of Colombia study
/ all of them are protected

Carbon dioxide quantification Into the
Colombian forests and its protected
areas forests.

Second report of climate change
for Colombia – Identification of protected areas exposure.

Updating of protected areas
management plans; including
variability and climate change

Generalities of RISK ANALYSIS methodology of Conservation Values Objects
Process to include climatic information in
planning model of PNNC
This job begun three years ago with WWF cooperation.
In these time, WWF proposed an interesting conceptual model to analyze the exposure to extreme climatic events with other pressures.

This conceptual model is as follows
Methodology of Risk Analysis

Building a climate baseline

PNNC and Canada Parks agreed the climate profiles building for 25 protected areas.

Plus: PNNC could use this information for 23 protected areas more.

Finally 48 protected areas have climate profiles.

Protected Areas exposure to extrem climate
Raising Trend of sea level on the Caribbean line coast.

Raising of sea level on the Caribbean line coast to 2040.
Future tasks
1. Apply for management and detailed zoning
2. Another important task is to build the base line of ecosytem services (Water mainly) in those protected areas with a high exposure to extreme climatic events.
There is a big information hole related with climatic and oceanographic monitoring.

Future tasks
PNNC needs to set some tools to monitoring climatic variables, in those protected areas with a high exposure to extreme climatic events.

PNNC needs to learn more about thecnology, metodologies and another issues to know how to face the climate change challenges
Implementation of adaptation measures in 6 pilot parks
Progress was made in the restoration program in Orocue sector as well in wetlands of buffer zone.

11.5 Ha of grassland affected by livestock
Planting of plant material in the field was conducted Orocue and Technical guidance

Consultation was conducted and implementation of sustainable systems for Zone function is performed amortiguadora

Sector where restoration actions are implemented and present coverage
Enlargement of nuclei
Generation de nuclei
Restoration techniques implemented
1.Progress in the implementation of the restoration program
2.The implementation is being carried out in 110 Ha affected by livestock
3.Design was conducted and advances in implementing the plan of propagation
4. Advances in the conceptualization of the monitoring program
Sector where restoration actions are implemented
Panoramic Area to Intervene - VALLEY LAGUNILLAS
Restoration techniques
Nucleation by: Insulation-floor-shade adaptation and planting

1. The adjustment is performed to restore program
2. A project for the sector was formulated platanillo
3. Propagation of plant material is performed according to the species present in the reference systems identified
Sector where restoration actions are implemented
Existing vegetation communities on the site have a predominance of grasses, shrubs, ferns and small areas of undergrowth. Soil loss in some sectors evidence desertification processes associated with the formation of gullies.
PNN Old Providence McBean Lagoon
1. Progress in ecological diagnosis for ecological restoration of dry forest (Iron wood hill)
2. Establishment and management of a nursery for production of species for ecological restoration and sustainable systems
3. Progress in controlling stressors by isolating in 10 Ha.
4. Enrichment of the forest with the reintroduction of native species
5. Control of invasive exotic species
Nursery and existing material
Grassland control for regeneration process.
Transport and planting of native species
1. Implementation of restoration actions and formulation of project in 20 Ha.
2. Progress in the construction of a high mountain nursery.
3. Construction of non-permanent nursery for the production of plant material
4. Propagation of species and designs for implementation in field species: Polylepis quadriguja and Escallonia myrtilloides
Zone "The Beach" Stay where cattle and the effects that this brings in wetland areas and water regulation is observed
Laguna Chingaza in which the clasp that prevents the passage towards the sector (above) is shown, and the area in which active ecological restoration strategies will be implemented (below).
Constructing of non-permanent nursery with wooden posts and polisombra.
Analysis of the current system
lessons Learned
Successes, failures and needs
Context for the management of AP
Management Agreement with ethnic communities
(Internal and external) ethnic Planning
Identification of sustainable traditional ethnic activities
Management sectors
Imminence of economic sectoral processes
Figures and adjacent system processes
Definition of management zones (application criteria)
Referentes geográficos de situaciones de manejo priorizadas
Regulation of activities and uses
Management Intent (bet to five years)
Management measures
Internal management PNN: Surv, restoration, environmental education, monitoring (definition of scope and thematic emphasis)
Actividades permitidas
a) Activities under use agreements
b) Users: research (definition of scope and thematic emphasis), ecotourism, infrastructure maintenance, etc.
Advances in damping function
declared buffer zones
buffer areas identified and management function
Community-ethnic land use agreements
Acquired institutional commitments
Sorrounding areas
Operational, logistical and human requirements
PNN Cocuy
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