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УДК: 504+502.71

                                                                                               N. V. Maksymenko, DSc (Geography), Prof.,

                                                          Head of the Department of Environmental Monitoring and Protected Area

                                               e-mail:         ORCID ID:
                                                                                       V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University
                                                                                                  Sq. Svoboda, 6, Kharkiv, 61022
Purpose. Evaluation of the nature-using conflict level in .......
MethodsField techniques, mapping, geographic analysis and synthesis.
Results. There are the results of expeditionary landscapes studies of the Nadmorsky Landscape Park (Poland), which is part of ......
Conclusions. The area of the Nadmorsky Landscape Park has an average level of conflict nature-using, indicating the relative ecological balance in the park.
KEYWORDS: landscape, landscape and environmental planning,  Nadmorski landscape Park, Carvey, Hel Peninsula
Nadmorski landscape Park (NLP) established in 1978 as one of the first landscape parks in Poland ......
1. Rudenko, L., Lisovskii, S., Marunyak, Ye. (2016).Environmental guideline in priorities of integral planning process in Ukraine. Ukrainian Geographical Journal, 2, 3-12. (In Ukrainian).
2.Maksymenko, N., Kvartenko, R. (2013). Spatial planning of the ecological network of kharkiv region on landscape basis. Scientific statements of the Belgorod state university. Series: natural sciences, 7(160), 178-186. (In Russian).

 Н. В. МАКСИМЕНКО, д-р геогр. наук, проф.

завідувачка кафедри екологічного моніторингу та заповідної справи

e-mail:         ORCID ID:

Харківський національний університет імені В. Н. Каразіна
майдан Свободи, 6, м. Харків, 61022, Україна
Мета.Оцінка рівня конфліктів ......
Методи.  Польовиі методи, картографічні, географічний аналіз і синтез. 
Результати. Надано результати експедиційного дослідження ландшафтів Надморського ландшафтного парку (Польща),........ 
Висновки. Територія Надморського ландшафтного парку має середній рівень конфліктів природокористування, що свідчить про відносну екологічну рівновагу на території парку.
КЛЮЧОВІ СЛОВА: ландшафт, ландшафтно-екологічне планування, Надморський ландшафтний парк, гміна Карвія, півострів Хель

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