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Kopp, Vera (AFZ-DerWald 6/2017)

Literaturhinweise zu: Freizeitaktivitäten in Wildtierlebensräumen von Vera Kopp, Joy Coppes und Rudi Suchant in AFZ-DerWald 6/2017

[1] BROWN, C.L.; HARDY, A.R.; BERBER, J.R.; FISTRUP, K.M.; CROOKS, K.; R.ANGELONI, L.M. (2012): The Effect of Human Activities and Their Associated Noise on Ungulate Behavior. PloS one. 7 (7).

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[15] BAINES, D.; RICHARDSON, M. (2007): An experimental assessment of the potential effects of human disturbance on Black Grouse Tetrao tetrix in the North Pennines, England. Ibis. 149 (1): 56-64.

[16] PADIÉ, S.; MORELLET, N.; CARGNELUTTI, B.; HEWISON, A.J.M.; MARTIN, J.-L.; CHAMAILLÉ-JAMMES, S. (2015): Time to leave? Immediate response of roe deer to experimental disturbances using playbacks. European Journal of Wildlife Research. 61 (6): 871-9.

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[26] STERL, P.; EDER, R.; ARNBERGER, A. (2010): Exploring factors influencing the attitude of ski tourers towards the ski touring management measures of the Gesäuse National Park. ecomont. 2 (1): 31-8.

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[28] KIL, N.; HOLLAND, S.M.; STEIN, T.V. (2014): Structural relationships between environmental attitudes, recreation motivations, and environmentally responsible behaviors. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism. 7-8: 16-25.

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[30] ARLETTAZ, R.; NUSSLE, B.; BALTIC, M.; VOGEL, P.; PALME, R.; JENNI-EIERMANN, S., et al. (2015): Disturbance of wildlife by outdoor winter recreation: allostatic stress response and altered activity–energy budgets. Ecological Applications. 25 (5): 1197-212.

[31] MOSS, R.; LECKIE, F.; BIGGINS, A.; POOLE, T.; BAINES, D.; KORTLAND, K. (2014): Impacts of Human Disturbance on CapercaillieTetrao urogallus Distribution and Demography in Scottish Woodland. Wildlife Biology. 20 (1): 1-1

[32] PATTHEY, P.; WIRTHNER, S.; SIGNORELL, N.ARLETTAZ, R. (2008): Impact of outdoor winter sports on the abundance of a key indicator species of alpine ecosystems. Journal of Applied Ecology. 45 (6): 1704-11.

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