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Primary alpine forestless areas

Whilst arctic-alpine tundra ecosystems in Krkonoše are mostly an example of the normal evolution of montane nature, many places have been affected over the years by human activity. This requires some management intervention, such as regenerating the natural geobiodiversity of dwarf pine stands, including reducing some inconveniently afforested areas on the ridges; restoring trampled areas near hiking trails; removing geologically improper materials like aggregate stone from improperly repaired ridge roads to prevent them from being a source of environmental eutrophication; strengthening vanishing populations of some critically endangered species of plant; reducing the spread of colonising, non-native invasive plant species; restoring a normal water regime in the peat bogs, and much more.

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