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Coastal areas are a major attraction for tourists in Northern Europe. Tourist activities can, however, have severe effects on these areas, contributing to their destruction and a reduction in their natural and recreational values. A direct result of leisure and tourist activities is disturbance to...

Andersen, U. V.
Biological Conservation, 1995, 71, 3, pp 223-230

A high-resolution peat profile from the vicinity of Saariselkä (68°25.24′N, 27°25.19′E), a large tourist centre in northern Finnish Lapland, was sampled continuously at near annual resolution to a depth of 22 cm in order to interpret the changes in pollen assemblages and vegetation resulting from...

Räsänen, S.; Froyd, C.; Goslar, T.
Arnold, London, UK
Holocene, 2007, 17, 4, pp 447-456