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Trends of Lithuanian Cultural Landscapes in the Recreational Territorial System of the Southeast Baltic Sea Region

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Traditional Use of Plants by the Disappearing Czech Diaspora in Romanian Banat

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Land Tenure as a Factor Underlying Agricultural Landscape Changes in Europe: A Review

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Intensive Mowing Effect of One Patch on the Metapopulations of Two Phengaris Species

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Analysis of Consumer Preferences at Organic Food Purchase in Romania

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Identifying the Disadvantaged Regions for Concentrated State Support Using the DEA Method

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Segmentation of Honey Buyers’ Behaviour by Conjoint Analysis

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Topography of Spoil Heaps and Its Role in Plant Succession and Soil Fauna Presence

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Description of Land Fragmentation in Latvia and its Prevention Opportunities

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