Complementary

1. Climate

Meteorological station
Code Name Distance (km) Relevance
Lezha AB 103
Lezha 103

Bioclimates:

Code Cover (%)

2. Hydrology

2.1 Surface hydrology

Type Permanency scale Type Permanency scale
Inflow
Outflow
Presence of water
January February March
April May June
July August September
Octomber November December

2.2 Hydraulic constructions

2.3 Groundwater hydrology

Code

2.4 Hydrochemistry

Sampling point
Code Name Site/Distance (km) Revelance

3. Geology/Geomorphology

3.1 Geology / Lithology

3.2 Geomorphology

4. Wetland Morphometry

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5. Habitat

MedWet Code (up to third level)

code cover(%)

Habitats of Community Importance (Annex I of EU Habitats Directive)

code cover(%)

Corine Land Cover Terrestrial habitats (non wetland area)

code cover(%)

6. Flora

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7. Fauna

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9. Valuation

9.1 Environmental valuation

Old ramsar criteria
Ramsar Criteria Remarks
Peculiarities of Flora or Fauna Strehon lloje dhe komunitete globalisht te rrezikuara
Important for fish ecology Strehon lloje bimore qe ndodhen ne nje stad kritik te jetes se tyre
An important resource of food for fishes, spawning ground, nursery and/or migration path on which fish stocks, either within the wetland or elsewhere, depend.
E rendesishme per ushqimin, riprodhimin, dhe imigrimin e peshqeve
New Ramsar Criteria
Code Remarks

9.2 Other Wetland values

Criteria scale
Code International National Regional Local Remarks

10. Socioecomonic Values

10.1 Social and cultural values

10.2 Economic values

11. Aditional Information

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