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Spatial and Temporal Dynamic of Rural and Urban Landscapes Identified in the “Iron Gates” Natural Park

București, București, 282. (in Romanian) 28. Niculae M. I. and Pătroescu M., 2011 – Quantifying forest ecosystems fragmentation in the Subcarpathians between the Râmnicu Sărat and the Buzău valleys, Romania, using landscape metrics, Forum Geografic, Studii şi cercetări de geografie şi protecţia mediului , 10, 1, 187-194. 29. Pătroescu M. and Rozylowicz L., 2000 – Natural Transborder Parks: the direction of Biodiversity preservation in Romania, in Crabbe et al. (eds), Implementing ecological integrity, Kluwer Academic Press, 101-113. 30. Pătroescu M

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Invasion of synanthropic plants into the forest vegetation of the Cedynia Landscape Park (NW Poland)

(1): 64-75. Paszek I. & Załuski T. 2000. Forest roads in the synanthropisation process (Case study: Górzno-Lidzbark Land-scape Park). In: B. Jackowiak & W. Żukowski (eds.). Mechanisms of Anthropogenic Changes of the Plant Cover. Publications of the Department of Plant Taxonomy of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań 10: 249-257. Bogucki Wyd. Nauk., Poznań. Pysěk P, Prach Karel & Mandák B. 1998. Invasions of alien plants into habitats of Central European landscape: an historical pattern. In: U. Starfinger, K

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Changes in the trophic status of lakes in the Suwałki Landscape Park (NE Poland)

Landscape Park lakes, Limnol. Rev. 16(4): 185–197. Carlson R.E., 1977, A trophic state index for lakes, Limnol. Oceanogr. 22(2): 361–369. Conley D.J., Struyf E., 2010, Silica, [in:] Likens G.E. (ed.), Biogeochemistry of inland waters, Academy Press, Amsterdam: 414–417. Dunalska J., 2011, Total organic carbon as a new index for monitoring trophic states in lakes, Oceanol. Hydrobiol. Stud. 40(2): 112–115. Engel M., 2016, 440 years of research on early medival Yatving (Sudovian) Archeology, [in:] Yatving Archeology. Past research, New perspectives

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Analysing Landscape Fragmentation and Classifying Threats for Habitats of Community Interest in the “Iron Gates” Natural Park (Romania)

Park, Romania, Forum Geografic, Studii și cercetări de geografie și protecția mediului , 12, 1, 52-58. 8. Cucu L. A., Niculae M. I. and Pătroescu M., 2013b – Species management in the “Iron Gates” Natural Park, Present Environment and Sustainable Development , 7, 2, 145-155. 9. Eiden G., Kayadjanian M. and Vidal C., 2000 – Quantifing Landscape Structures: spatial and temporal dimensions, in From land cover to landscape diversity in the European Union, EU, http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/publi/landscape/ch2.htm#2 , Accessed at 27.04.2015. 10

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Causes of polytrophism of three lakes in the Wdzydze Landscape Park

selected nitrogen and phosphorus compounds from the Odra River, the Vistula River and Polish coastal rivers to Baltic Sea), Wyd. UG. Gdańsk, p. 160. Bogdanowicz R., Cysewski A. 2008, Transformation of riverine nutrients load in selected lakes of the Zaborski Landscape Park, Limnol. Rev. 8(1-2): 13-19. Carlson R. E., 1977, A trophic state index for lakes, Limnol. Oceanogr. 22 (2): 361-369. Gołdyn R., 2000, Zmiany biologicznych i fizyczno-chemicznych cech jakości wody rzecznej pod wpływem

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Weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) of the Stobrawski Landscape Park

". Rocznik Muzeum Górnośłąskiego (Przyroda) 15 : 136-153. Liro A. [red.], 1995. Koncepcja krajowej sieci ekologicznej ECONET - Polska. IUCN. Warszawa. Łęgowski D., Kuńka A. 2006. Materials to the distribution of protected, rare and endangered insects species in the Stobrawa Landscape Park. Nature Journal 39 : 57-60. Mazur M. 2001. Ryjkowce kserotermiczne Polski (Coleoptera: Nemonychidae, Attelabidae, Apionidae, Curculionidae). Studium zoogeograficzne. Monografie Fauny Polski 22 , Kraków. 378

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Why is it beneficial for landscape architects in Poland to learn about public participation while designing a public park? Reflections on the theory, education and practice of participative planning

planning in public park design. The article describes how and why public participation for landscape architects was introduced at Politechnika Krakowska (Cracow University of Technology, later referred to as CUT) and what inspired the development of the teaching programme. The theoretical background shows the links to the main theories in this field referring to both local and international researchers. Then the author justifies the choice of a public park as an appropriate topic for participatory design and refers to successful case studies from Poland and other

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Peatlands and their protection: select landscape parks of the Wielkopolska region

ąbka M. 2000. Osobliwości rezerwatów “Jezioro Czarne” i “Jezioro Pławno” w Parku Krajobrazowym “Puszcza Zielonka” koło Poznania [Noteworthy flora of “Jezioro Czarne” and “Jezioro Pławno” Nature Reserves in the “Puszcza Zielonka” Landscape Park near Poznań]. Badania Fizjograficzne nad Polską Zachodnią B p. 189–193. H offa T. 1991. Rozmieszczenie i typologia osadów biogenicznych w zbiorniku sedymentacyjnym koło Dziekanowic. W: Wstęp do paleoekologii Lednickiego Parku Krajobrazowego [Distribution and typology of biogenetic sediments in a reservoir near

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Dendrological and landscape evaluation of the rural park Borek (Lublin province)

doktorska. Wydział Leśny SGGW, Warszawa. Daniel T.C., Boster R.S. 1976. Measuring Landscape Esthetics: The Scenic Beauty Estimation Method. Fort Collins, USDA Forest Services Research Paper RM-167. Dmitryszyn I. 2010. Interdyscyplinarna metoda oceny krajobrazu dla celów projektowych, w: Horyzonty architektury krajobrazu. Metoda architektury krajobrazu. Wydawnictwo „Wieś Jutra”, Warszawa. Dudkiewicz M., Dąbski M. 2013. Dendroflora of manor gardens of the early twentieth century in Łęczna county. Lublin. Acta Agrobotanica 66

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Materials to the Knowledge of Beetles (Coleoptera) of Aquatic Habitats in the Suwalski Landscape Park

P., Przewoźny M. 2009. Aquatic beetles (Coleoptera) of Wdzydze Landscape Park (Tuchola Forests, N Poland). Nature Journal 42: 67–85 12. Buczyński P., Przewoźny M. 2009. Materiały do poznania chrząszczy wodnych (Coleoptera) Polski północnej. Wiadomości Entomologiczne 28(1): 43–52 13. Buczyński P., Przewoźny M., Guz M. 2007. Chrząszcze wodne (Coleoptera: Hydradephaga, Hydrophiloidea, Staphylinoidea, Byrrhoidea) Kozłowieckiego Parku Krajobrazowego. Parki Narodowe i Rezerwaty Przyrody 26(2): 93–111 14. Buczyński P., Przewoźny M., Karasek T., Kowalak E. 2010

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