The influence of recreation on the city forest landscape (based on the example of the Losinyi Ostrov National Park, Moscow) View Full Text


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DATE

2013-07

AUTHORS

V. A. Kuznetsov, G. V. Stoma

ABSTRACT

The recreational load on Losinyi Ostrov amenity forest was estimated. It was shown that an increase in the human impact leads to deterioration of the ecological condition of trees and their growing conditions. The changes in soil properties are complex and observed only in the layer of 0–20 cm. To improve the reliability of conclusions about these changes, it is recommended that their weighted average values be used (which take into account the area occupied by the network of footpaths and soil properties on them). The bulk density, electrical conductivity, and pHwater of soils have a considerable impact on the ecological condition of lime trees. More... »

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123-128

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