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References Andrzejewska A., 2003. Physiography and nature monitoring in the Kampinos National Park. Ecohydrology and Hydrobiology, 3: 247-254. Byczkowski A., Dębski K., Kiciński T., 1960. Bilans wodny rzeki Łasicy (Water balance of Łasica River). Gospodarka Wodna, 9: 412-414. Campbell C. S., Ogden M. H., 1999. Constructed wetlands in the sustainable landscape. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.: 1-270. Chudzyński M., 2005. Puszcza Kampinoska w XIX w. i na początku XX w. W: Kampinoski Park Narodowy. (The Kampinos Forest in the XIX and begining of XX centuary. In: The

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The goal of this work is to present the valorisation of national park based on the criteria resulting from standard data forms (SDF). The analysis covered a number of areas protected under the Birds Directive and Habitats Directive with the A, B or C category. Habitats and species marked as D in the SDF are not protected in the Nature 2000 areas, which is why they were not taken into account in the analysis. The presented characteristics made it possible to determine the hierarchy of national parks amongst the most valuable natural objects that deserve protection in the first place and also to verify the views on most valuable areas.

REFERENCES Bednarek M., 2004, Zróżnicowanie środowiska i walory przyrodnicze a ruch turystyczny w parkach narodowych Australii Zachodniej [Diversity of the environment and natural values versus tourism in Western Australia’s national parks; in Polish, a master thesis manuscript], Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies, Warsaw University, Warszawa. Jaworska K., 1982, Zróżnicowanie środowiska przyrodniczego a gęstość zaludnienia w Australii [Diversity of the natural environment and population density in Australia; in Polish, a master thesis manuscript

.tourman.2011.08.004. 14. De Nisco A., Riviezzo A., Napolitano M.R. (2015). An importance-performance analysis of tourist satisfaction at destination level: Evidence from Campania (Italy). European Journal of Tourism Research 10, 64. 15. Wade D.J., Eagles P.F.J. (2003). The use of importance-performance analysis and market segmentation for tourism management in parks and protected areas: An application to Tanzania’s National Parks. Journal of Ecotourism 2(3), 196-212. DOI: 10.1080/14724040308668144. 16. Akama J.S., Kieti D.M. (2003). Measuring tourist satisfaction with

1 Introduction Poland has 23 national parks that occupy around 1% of the country’s territory. Pursuant to the provisions of the Nature Conservation Act, Dz.U. 2004 nr 92 poz. 880, Ustawa z dnia 16 kwietnia 2004 r. o ochronie przyrody. national parks are priority nature reserves that should offer comprehensive protection to the natural resources within their boundaries. In practice, however, the majority of Polish national parks face numerous problems that adversely affect nature conservation goals, in particular the preservation of biological diversity. The

References A practical guide to stream and wetlands care. 2000. The stream keepers handbook. Montreal. Province of British Columbia pp. 46 MIODUSZEWSKI W., DEMBEK W. (eds.) Woda na obszarach wiejskich. [Water in the rural areas]. 2009. Falenty. MRiRW. IMUZ. ISBN 978-61875-09-3 pp. 448. OKRUSZKO T., MIODUSZEWSKI W., KUCHARSKI L. (eds.) 2011. Ochrona i renaturyzacja mokradeł Kampinoskiego Parku Narodowego. [Protection and restoration of wetlands in the Kampinos National Park]. Warszawa. SGGW. ISBN 978-83-7583-275-4 pp. 238. Opracowanie ustalające przyczynę

Polski , Polskie Wyd. Ekonomiczne, Warszawa. M artin C., T řebicky V., 2000, Monitoring of tourism exploitation and management of the Krkonoše national park, Opera Corcontica , 37, pp. 628-638. M ichalczak W., W ojcierska L., 2014, Turystyka w Karpaczu w ostatnim dziesięcioleciu w badaniach własnych i według opinii turystów, [in:] P. Zarzycki (ed.), Wybrane aspekty górskiej aktywności ruchowej w Polsce i na świecie , Studia i Monografie, 120, AWF, Wrocław. M okras -G rabowska J., 2016, Mountain hiking in Tatra National Park/Turystyka piesza górska w Tatrzańskim