The biotope mapping was carried out on a scale of 1:2,000 from a minimum biotope size of 100 m with a minimum biotope width of 5 m. As mapping units, the biotopes were according to the “Red List of Endangered Biotope Types of Austria” (ESSL et al. 2002, 2004 & in Vorb.; Traxler et al. 2005) used.
The images were documented in a survey sheet based on the biotope mapping Salzburg (NOWOTNY & Hinterstoisser 1994) and managed in an MS Access database. Biotopes that could be assigned to an endangered biotope type and/or habitat type according to the Habitats Directive (FFH-LRT according to Directive 92/43/EEC) were additionally documented with a list of species. Furthermore, the biotopes were digitally separated from colour orthophotos.
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