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Influence of anthropogenic recreation on resort forests of P. sylvestris and associations with undergrowth grass communities in Palanga, Lithuania, was studied during 1988-94. Due to intensive use by holidaymakers, forest paths and areas used for sports have formed, and moss and lichen cover, grass ...

Author(s)
Olšauskas, A.
Citation
Ekologija, 1997, No. 3, pp 49-56
Abstract

Studies during 1978-92 in coastal Juodkrantė pine (Pinus sylvestris) forest and during 1988-92 in Plateliai spruce (Picea abies) forest, Lithuania, showed that trampling by holiday makers walking up from the beach was damaging the shoots of bilberries (Vaccinium myrtillus) and reducing their...

Author(s)
Olšauskas, A.
Citation
Ekologija, 1995, No. 4, pp 47-55
Abstract

A study was made in 1988-94 in the Giruliai coastal forest (Pinetum deschampsietosum) in Lithuania of the effect of recreation on the plant associations. The degree of damage was closely associated with the visitor frequency. Forest areas situated 100-200 m from recreational facilities suffered...

Author(s)
Olšauskas, A.
Citation
Ekologija, 1996, No. 4, pp 63-72
Abstract

Valaam is a 'museum-reserve' island in Lake Ladoga (N. Russia), which receives 80 000-150 000 tourists each year. A scheme is presented for evaluating the ability of the local vegetation to withstand the recreational impact. The main vegetation types are: (1) open Pinus sylvestris woodland on rocky ...

Author(s)
Markevich, I. A.; Shuzhmov, A. A.
Citation
Lesnoe Khozyaĭstvo, 1991, No. 8, pp 39-40
Abstract

Valaam is an archipelago of 3600 ha on the N. shore of Lake Ladoga, which has become increasingly popular as a recreational area for tourists from Moscow and other Russian conurbations. Data are presented showing the adverse effect of recreation on the advance growth, increment and health condition ...

Author(s)
Kuchko, A. A.; Krutov, V. I.
Citation
Lesnoe Khozyaĭstvo, 1986, No. 3, pp 44-46