Ramsar COP7 DOC. 20.1 Table 2

07/03/1999

 


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 Ramsar COP7 DOC. 20.1

Technical Session V:
The framework for regional and international cooperation regarding wetlands
Paper 1

Shared Wetlands and River Basins of the World


Table 2. Transboundary Ramsar areas

# Country Ramsar site

area (ha)

1 Romania Danube Delta

647000

coastal

Ukraine Kyliiske Mouth

32800

coastal

2 Netherlands Waddenzee (Wadden Sea)

249998

coastal

Germany Wattenmeer, Ostfriesisches Wattenmeer & Dollart

121620

coastal

Netherlands Boschplaat

4400

coastal

3 Panama San San - Pond Sak

16414

coastal

Costa Rica Gandoca-Manzanillo

9445

coastal

4 Bolivia Lago Titicaca

800000

Peru Lago Titicaca

460000

5 Burkina Parc National du W

235000

Niger Parc National du W

220000

6 Mongolia Mongol Daguur (Mongolian Dauria)

210000

Russia Torey Lakes

172500

7 Austria Neusiedlersee, Seewinkel & Hanság

60000

Hungary Lake Fertö

2870

8 Austria Donau-March-Auen

38500

Czech Republic Mokrady dolního Podyjí

11500

9 Germany Unterer Inn, Haiming - Neuhaus

1955

Austria Stauseen am Unteren Inn

870

Note. This table lists the nine pairs of adjoining Ramsar sites (three sites in the Waddenzee region) that occur within adjacent countries but are (or appear to be) in contact along the international border. Sites on or very near the coast are listed at the top of the table.

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