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Montreux Record

  • Montreux Record under the Convention is a register of wetland sites on the List of Wetlands of International Importance where changes in ecological character have occurred, are occurring, or are likely to occur as a result of technological developments, pollution or other human interference.
  • It is maintained as part of the Ramsar List.
  • The Montreux Record was established by Recommendation of the Conference of the Contracting Parties (1990).
  • Resolution of the Conference (1993) determined that the Montreux Record should be employed to identify priority sites for positive national and international conservation attention.
  • Sites may be added to and removed from the Record only with the approval of the Contracting Parties in which they lie.
  • As of September 2007, 59 Ramsar sites are present in the Montreux Record 23 sites which had been listed on the Montreux Record have since been removed from it

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