The impact of trampling by tourists on a high altitudinal grassland in the Tyrolean Alps, Austria

@article{Grabherr2004TheIO,
  title={The impact of trampling by tourists on a high altitudinal grassland in the Tyrolean Alps, Austria},
  author={G. Grabherr},
  journal={Vegetatio},
  year={2004},
  volume={48},
  pages={209-217}
}
  • G. Grabherr
  • Published 2004
  • Biology
  • Vegetatio
  • The long term effect of tourist trampling on a high altitudinal grassland (Caricion curvulae) in the Tyrolean Alps was investigated. Even under slight trampling the frequency of sensitive species decreases. The most sensitive species were found to be fruticose lichens, followed by mosses, some forbs and broadleaved grasses. Tolerant to trampling are the dominant species Carex curvula, and Ligusticum mutellina, which do not disappear completely even at a tourist frequency of 150 tourists per… CONTINUE READING

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