World Biosphere Reserves
Biosphere Reserves which are wholly or partially World Heritage Sites.
World Heritage Sites connected to 'World Biosphere Reserves':
"W" National Park of Niger 'W' Region (established 1996 in Niger; extension to Benin and Burkina Faso in 2002)Air and Ténéré Air et Ténéré (1997)Alejandro de Humboldt National Park Cuchillas del Toa (1987)Atlantic Forest South-East Part of Mata Atl?ntica (including Sao Paulo City Green Belt) (1993; extension 2002) Belovezhskaya Pushcha / Bialowieza Forest Belovezhskaya Pushcha (1993) / Bialowieza (1976)Cape Floral Region Cape Winelands (2007)Causses and Cévennes Cévennes National ParkCaves of the Aggtelek and Slovak Karst Separate Biospheres in Hungary (Aggtelek (1979)) and Slovakia (Slovensk? Kras (1977))Central Amazon Conservation Complex Central Amazon (2001)Central Sikhote-Alin Sikhote Alin (1978)Cerrado Protected Areas Cerrado (1993; extension 2000 and 2001)Cilento and Vallo di Diano Cilento and Vallo di Diano (1997)Comoé National Park Como? (1983)Danube Delta Danube Delta (1979 and extension 1992 of Romanian part; addition of Ukrainian part (Dunainsky) to make a transfrontier BR in 1998Darien National Park Dari?n (1983)Discovery Coast Part of Mata Atl?ntica (including Sao Paulo City Green Belt) (1993; extension 2002) Dja Faunal Reserve Dja (1981)Donana National Park Part of Do?ana (1980)Durmitor National Park Part of Tara River Basin (1976)Everglades Everglades & Dry Tortugas (1976)Fertö/Neusiedlersee Separate Biosphere Reserves in Hungary (Lake Fert? (1979)) and Austria (Neusiedler See (1977))Franciscan Missions in the Sierra Gorda Sierra Gorda BR (some of the missions)Fraser Island Great Sandy (2009)Galapagos Islands Archipielago de Colon (Galápagos) (1984)Garajonay La Gomera Biosphere Reserve (2012)Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Wörlitz Flusslandschaft Elbe (1979, extension 1997)Glacier parks Includes Glacier-Bay Admiralty Island (1986)Golden Mountains of Altai Katunsky (2000)Golden Mountains of Altai Altaisky (2009)Great Smoky Mountains Part of Southern Appalachian (1989)Gulf of California Islas del Golgo de California (1995) Hawaii Volcanoes Part of Hawaiian Islands (1980)Hoi An Cu Lao Cham ? Hoi An (2009)Hortobágy Hortob?gy (1979)Huanglong Huanglong (2000)Huascaran National Park Huascar?n (1977)Ichkeul National Park Ichkeul (1977)Jeju Includes Jeju Island (2002)Jiuzhaigou Valley Jiuzhaigou Valley (1997)Komodo National Park Komodo, 1977; linkKsar of Aďt-Ben-Haddou Oasis du sud marocain (2000)Lake Baikal Baikalskyi (1986) and Barguzinskyi (1986)Lake Turkana Mount Kulal recognised as a Biosphere Reserve under the UNESCO Man and Biosphere Programme (700,000 ha. Includes South Island and the waters of Lake Turkana). (UNEP-WCMC)Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape Part of Lower Morava (2003)Macquarie Island (1977)Mammoth Cave Part of Mammoth Cave Area (1990 & 1996)Mana Pools 2010 - "Middle Zambezi, Zimbabwe, stretching over some 40,000 square kilometers in the Zambezi valley, features unique riverine and terrestrial ecosystems, including a large human-made reservoir, Lake Kariba. The Mana Pools National Park, part of the core area, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site."Manu National Park Manu (1977)Mapungubwe Vhembe (2009)Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve Mariposa Monarca (2006)Mount Carmel Caves Lie within Mount Carmel Biosphere Reserve (1996)Mount Kenya Mount Kenya (1978)Mount Nimba Part of Mont Nimba (1980)Mount Wuyi Wuyishan (1987)Nanda Devi and Valley of Flowers Nanda Devi (2004)Ngorongoro Part of Serengeti-Ngorongoro (1981)Niokolo-Koba National Park Niokolo-Koba (1981)Olympic National Park Olympic (1976)Pantanal Part of larger Pantanal (2000)Pirin National Park Includes Doupki-Djindjiritza (1977)Pompei Part of Somma-Vesuvio and Miglio d?Oro (1997)Primeval Beech Forests Part of East Carpathians (1998), which also includes Polish territoryPuerto-Princesa Subterranean River Part of Palawan (1990)Pyrénées - Mount Perdu Ordesa-Vi?amala (1977) covers Spanish partRedwood Part of California Coast Ranges (1983)Rio Platano Biosphere Reserve Rio Pl?tano (1980)Rock Paintings of the Sierra de San Francisco Located in El Vizcaino (1993)Roman Walls of Lugo Terras do Mi?o (2002)Royal Joseon Tombs 2010 - "Gwangneung Forest, South Korea, is located in the central part of the Korean peninsula where the extreme continental climate of northeast Asia and the oceanic climate of the Pacific meet. Deciduous hardwood forests over 500 years old, the Royal Tombs of the Joseon Dynasty, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the Korea National Arboretum are within the biosphere reserve site."Serengeti Part of Serengeti-Ngorongoro (1981)Serra da Capivara Caatinga (2001)Sian Ka'an
Sian Ka'an (1986)Sinharaja Forest Sinharaja (1978)Socotra Archipelago Socotra Archipelago (2003)South China Karst Includes Maolan (1996)Srebarna Nature Reserve Srébarna (1977)Studenica Monastery Golija-Studenica (2001)Sundarbans National Park Sunderban (2001)Taď National Park Ta? (1977)Talamanca Range-La Amistad Reserves Separate Biosphere Reserves in Panama (La Amistad (2000))and Costa Rica (La Amistad (1982))Tassili n'Ajjer (1986)Tikal National Park Part of Maya (1990)Tubbataha Reefs Part of Palawan (1990)Uluru Uluru (Ayer's Rock Mount Olga) (1977)Uvs Nuur Basin Uvs Nuur Basin (Mongolia, 1997), Ubsunorskaya Kotlovina
(Russia, 1997)Virgin Komi Forests Pechoro-Ilychskiy (1984)Volcanoes of Kamchatka Includes Kronotskiy (1984)Waterton Glacier International Peace Park Separate Biosphere Reserves Waterton (1979) and Glacier (1976)Western Caucasus Kavkazskiy (1978)Western Ghats Nilgiris Biosphere Reserve (2000)Whale Sanctuary of El Vizcaino Located in El Vizcaino (1993)Yakushima Yakushima Island (1980)Yellowstone Yellowstone (1976)
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