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This paper considers the components of the environmental resource of the Botanical Garden of Voronezh State University in Russia in connection with its introductional activity and scientific and educational process. The components include collections, expositions and area of natural vegetation...

Author(s)
Voronin, A. A.; Mukovnina, Z. P.; Komova, A. V.
Publisher
Petrozavodsk State University, Petrozavodsk, Russia
Citation
Hortus Botanicus, 2016, 11, pp 20-33
Abstract

Microfungal species abundance and specific composition of three urban beaches near Genoa (Liguria, NW Italy) in the swash zone interstitial water (SZIW) were evaluated. These beaches are characterized by a high presence of tourists. The investigation was carried out in order to: (i) characterize...

Author(s)
Piazza, S. di; Baiardo, S.; Cecchi, G.; Ambrosio, E.; Paoli, C.; Vassallo, P.; Zotti, M.
Publisher
Unione Micologica Italiana, Bologna, Italy
Citation
Italian Journal of Mycology, 2017, 46, pp 8-20
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Edible wild mushroom picking is becoming an important source of income in rural areas. The wide range of activities which add value to mycological production (initial sale, transformation, marketing, etc.) include those related to tourism which can attract visitors to mushroom producing areas,...

Author(s)
Frutos Madrazo, P. de; Martínez Peña, F.; Esteban Laleona, S.
Publisher
Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrarias (INIA), Madrid, Spain
Citation
Forest Systems, 2012, 21, 1, pp 81-98
Abstract

Harmanecká Cave is located in the Harmanec Valley to the northwest of Banská Bystrica city, in the southern part of the Great Fatra Mountains, Slovakia. This cave is the most important underground locality of bat occurrence in Slovakia (population of 1000 to 1500 individuals). The study aimed at...

Author(s)
Ogórek, R.; Višňovská, Z.; Tančinová, D.
Publisher
Springer, New York, USA
Citation
Microbial Ecology, 2016, 71, 1, pp 87-99
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Mountain villages in South Korea display social, cultural, and economic severe environments due to unfavorable geographical conditions. However, mountain village development and promotion projects have been implemented by the Korean government since 1995, because these villages have played...

Author(s)
Kang HagMo; Choi SooIm; Sato, N.; Kim Hyun
Publisher
Faculty of Agriculture Publications, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
Citation
Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University, 2017, 62, 1, pp 225-235
Abstract

This paper describes the tourism and non-wood forest products in the Yalova Model Forest in Turkey. This is an example of sustainable forest management that focus on recreational activities and non-wood forest products such as nuts, mushrooms and honey.

Author(s)
Özdemİr, M.; Valbuena, P.; Segur, M.
Publisher
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rome, Italy
Citation
Unasylva (English ed.), 2014, 65, 242, pp 45-48
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Immunocompromised patients represent an increasing group of travelers, for business, tourism, and visiting friends and relatives. Those with severe cellular immunodeficiency (advanced human immunodeficiency virus infection and transplant recipients) display the highest risk of fungal infections....

Author(s)
Lortholary, O.; Charlier, C.; Lebeaux, D.; Lecuit, M.; Consigny, P. H.
Publisher
Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK
Citation
Clinical Infectious Diseases, 2013, 56, 6, pp 861-869
Abstract

The fungal diversity in areas accessible and not accessible to tourists at UNESCO World Heritage-listed Naracoorte Caves was investigated with culture-dependent and culture-independent techniques for assistance in cave management protocol development. The caves were selected based on tourist...

Author(s)
Adetutu, E. M.; Thorpe, K.; Bourne, S.; Cao XiangSheng; Shahsavari, E.; Kirby, G.; Ball, A. S.
Publisher
Mycological Society of America, Lawrence, USA
Citation
Mycologia, 2011, 103, 5, pp 959-968
Abstract

Picking of wild hardy kiwifruits (Actinidia arguta) in autumn is a popular ecotourism activity in Korea. In 2000, a powdery mildew disease on the abaxial surface of hardy kiwi leaves was found in Korea. Additional findings of the powdery mildew between 2000 and 2013 showed that the disease of hardy ...

Author(s)
Cho, S. E.; Park, J. H.; Lee, S. K.; Lee, S. H.; Lee, C. K.; Shin, H. D.
Publisher
American Phytopathological Society (APS Press), St. Paul, USA
Citation
Plant Disease, 2014, 98, 10, pp 1436-1437
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Ecosystem services (ES) are considered the conditions and processes through which natural ecosystems sustain and fulfil human life. In the decision making process related to the natural resources management, two key-aspects must be taken into account: the economic value of the benefits provided by...

Author(s)
Paletto, A.; Geitner, C.; Grilli, G.; Hastik, R.; Pastorella, F.; Garcìa, L. R.
Publisher
Forest Research and Management Institute (ICAS), Ilfov, Romania
Citation
Annals of Forest Research, 2015, 58, 1, pp 157-175

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