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The investigation was carried out in 2007-2009 and covered the entire territory of Lithuania. 1100 questionnaires have been distributed to the forest visitors of various social demographic segments in all regions of this country. The analysis of the collected data was done using Microsoft Excel and ...

Author(s)
Riepšas, E.; Armaitienė, A.; Naureckaitė, V.; Šepetienė, J.; Povilanskas, R.
Publisher
Lithuanian Forest Research Institute (Lietuvos Misku Institutas), Kaunas, Lithuania
Citation
Miškininkystė, 2012, No.2(72), pp 38-46
Abstract

The southern Atherton Tablelands comprises diverse green spaces - meadows, croplands, woodlots and rainforest - which are integrated into a large-scale tablelands landscape. This paper examines visitors' perceptions of the landscape of the southern Atherton Tablelands as a form of public good and...

Author(s)
Suh JungHo; Lwanga, R.; Harrison, S.; Herbohn, J.
Publisher
Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Citation
Small-scale Forestry, 2011, 10, 3, pp 319-338
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

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