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Author Kalenjuk, B., Timotic, D., Tesanovic, D., Gagic, S., Banjac, M.
Title Analysis of the state and offer of the hospitality facilities in special nature reserves in Vojvodina Type (up)
Year 2016 Publication Monitoring and Management of Visitor Flows in Recreational and Protected Areas – ABSTRACT BOOK Abbreviated Journal
Volume MMV 8 - Proceedings Issue Pages 498-500
Keywords MMV8
Abstract Special Nature Reserves (abbreviated – SNR) are the most valuable protected areas, in which nature is unchanged or slightly changed. These include the habitats of endangered and rare species of wild plants, animals and fungi, without settlements or with rare settlements where man lives in line with nature. The establishment of the SNR is carried out in order to preserve the existing natural features, gene pool, ecological balance, monitoring of natural phenomena and processes, preservation of traditional way of life (Epler Wood, 2002, Szabados and Kicošev, 2006).
Call Number Serial 4016
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