Republic of Moldova

Ministry of Environment

BIOTICA Ecological Society

Lower Prut Lakes

Lower Prut Lakes. 20/06/00. Judet Cahul. 19,152 ha. 45°42'N 028°11'E. The River Prut forms the western border of the site as well as the state border with Romania, and the site extends to the river's confluence with the Danube. Consisting of Ramsar Wetland Types O (permanent freshwater lakes), M (permanent river), and 1 (fish ponds), the site is considered to fulfil Criteria 2 on vulnerable species and especially 3 on biodiversity. Lakes Beleu and Manta are unique ecosystems, described as the last natural floodplains in the lower Danube region.
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Lower Prut Lakes

Lower Prut Lakes. 20/06/00. Judet Cahul. 19,152 ha. 45°42'N 028°11'E. The River Prut forms the western border of the site as well as the state border with Romania, and the site extends to the river's confluence with the Danube. Consisting of Ramsar Wetland Types O (permanent freshwater lakes), M (permanent river), and 1 (fish ponds), the site is considered to fulfil Criteria 2 on vulnerable species and especially 3 on biodiversity. Lakes Beleu and Manta are unique ecosystems, described as the last natural floodplains in the lower Danube region.
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Lower Prut Lakes

Lower Prut Lakes. 20/06/00. Judet Cahul. 19,152 ha. 45°42'N 028°11'E. The River Prut forms the western border of the site as well as the state border with Romania, and the site extends to the river's confluence with the Danube. Consisting of Ramsar Wetland Types O (permanent freshwater lakes), M (permanent river), and 1 (fish ponds), the site is considered to fulfil Criteria 2 on vulnerable species and especially 3 on biodiversity. Lakes Beleu and Manta are unique ecosystems, described as the last natural floodplains in the lower Danube region.
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República de Moldova

La Convención entró en vigor en República de Moldova el 20 October 2000.

La República de Moldova tiene actualmente 3 sites designated como Humedales de Importancia Internacional (sitios Ramsar), con una superficie de 94,705 hectáreas.

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Republic of Moldova

The convention entered into force in the Republic of Moldova on 20 October 2000.

The Republic of Moldova currently has 3 sites designated as Wetlands of International Importance (Ramsar Sites), with a surface area of 94,705 hectares.

English

République de Moldova

La Convention est entrée en vigueur en République de Moldova le 20 October 2000.

La République de Moldova a actuellement 3 sites designated sur la Liste des zones humides d’importance internationale (Sites Ramsar), ayant une superficie totale de 94,705 hectares.

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