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Journal of Landscape Ecology ; 20:161-187, 2022.
Article in Hungarian | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2146955

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Data on protected plant species and the main characteristics of local landscape history and historical land-use patterns are presented for altogether 11 abandoned vineyards around Aszófő, Balatonudvari, Dörgicse, Örvényes, Pécsely and Vászoly villages (Central Transdanubia, Hungary). The main reasons for abandonment were the vine-pest epidemic and the nationalization, and later the conversion of previous garden plots to holiday sites. Built-up areas have increased during the past two years due to the covid-19 pandemic, which leads to the deterioration of previously re-vegetated grasslands. Succession is ongoing in every sample area. I found 32 protected plant species and present their localities on maps. After the evaluation of the list of vascular plants based on their social behavior types and ecological indicator values (SBT, Val, TB, WB, RB, NB, SB) I state that the current vegetation of the studied abandoned vine parcels refer to close-to-natural conditions. Their conservation value is emphasized by the fact that I found protected plants in every study area. However, several endangering factors threaten these parcels (except for one site), such as built-up, plowing, conversion to garden;as well as scrub encroachment and afforestation. I add suggestions for the conservation management o each studied parcel. © 2022 Szent István University, Institute of Nature Conservation and Landscape Management. All rights reserved.

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Farmers Weekly ; 2022(Mar 18):32-34, 2022.
Article in English | Africa Wide Information | ID: covidwho-1970603
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10th International Scientific Symposium on Region, Entrepreneurship, Development (RED) ; : 248-261, 2021.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1663265

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Tourism as an economic branch and the business sector as well as the term of the tourist season in Croatia, do not refer only to tourist destinations on the Adriatic coast, islands, national parks and historic cities. Tourism includes the merging of all products and services that are created in the entire territory of the country. Wine as a product is an indispensable part of the tourist offer of every country. Slavonia as a region occupies a significant place in Croatian wine production. The aim of this paper is to determine if there is a financial correlation between the tourism and wine production through a financial analysis of the operations of three wineries;Kutjevo d.d., Ilok cellars d.d. and Belje plus L.t.d.. in the period before and after the decrease of revenues from the tourist season due to the current coronavirus crisis. The selected wineries are large wineries whose produced quantities of wine range in the millions of liters and whose financial data have been made public through audit reports on the web-pages of FINA and the Court Register. All three wineries had successful business and generated significant revenues and profits in 2019. The research of financial reports and comparisons of individual reports by selected years with their analysis leads us to the cognition that the decline in the value of revenues from the tourist season in Croatia affects the decline in the value of revenues in selected wineries. The results of this paper are expressed as data in relative numbers and percentages that show how much the decline in the value of income in the tourist season affects the overall decline in revenue in the sale and distribution of wine in tourist destinations.

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