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Title The influence of anthropopression on the environment of Great Mazurian Lakes Region
Author Leszek Majgier
Abstract Forests are the important element of the Mazurian landscape. They have been the original flora of the region. However intensive settlement and general economic activity have resulted in decrease of the region’s forest area from 80% in the 13th Century to  about 20% in 1945. Nowadays it has increased due to the action of re-foresting carried out in 1945–1971. The Great Mazurian Lakes Region (GML) is one of the most interesting areas in Poland, both from the scientific point of view and tourism-recreation. As the preliminary research indicates, tourism has a vast negative impact on the ecosystem, especially on forest phytocenosis.
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Keywords human impact, Great Mazurian Lakes, environment, water quality, tourism
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