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Zakres i skala w inwentaryzacji usług ekosystemowych dla turystyki i rekreacji na przykładzie żeglarstwa = The scope and scale of the inventory of ecosystem services for tourism and recreation on the example of sailing


Problemy Ekologii Krajobrazu = The Problems of Landscape Ecology, t. 38


Kulczyk, Sylwia ; Woźniak, Edyta ; Kowalczyk, Małgorzata ; Derek, Marta


Polska Asocjacja Ekologii Krajobrazu ; Polska Akademia Nauk. Instytut Geografii i Przestrzennego Zagospodarowania im. Stanisława Leszczyckiego.

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Bibliogr. ; Summ. eng. ; 244 p. : il. (color.) ; 24 cm

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GIS ; ecosystem services ; remote sensing ; tourism and recreation


The paper describes a problem of application of GIS tools and RS materials in research on tourism and recreation. The problem is discussed on the basis of the concept of ecosystem services. Focused on humannature relations, it deserve social and natural sciences methods to be joined. The paper discusses the problems of scope (natural, social) and scale (spatial, time, social). Examples of GIS and RS materials that could serve to gather data on ecosystem services for different forms of sailing are given. A big potential of such materials is presented. However, data obtained through GIS analysis often has to be combined with results of fieldwork.


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