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Assessment of the initial effect of the insecticide bensultap on the syrphid community (Syrphidae, Diptera)

Emilia Markova, Radina Chardakova

Sofia University "St Kliment Ohridsky"


The initial effect of the insecticide bensultap on the structure of the syrphid community was assessed in the field experiment.The species composition, the population density of each species, the total average density, the dominant structure, and the species structure indices of the syrphid community were studied.The used indices show a deterioration of the ecological situation for the syrphid community in the field immediately after insecticide treatment.

(Forestry Ideas, 2009, Vol. 15, No. 1) [Download]
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Formation of new tourist destinations through the development of ecotourism in nature parks

Dessislava Alexova

Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski"


The report examines the importance of nature parks to protect the natural heritage and in terms of regional development through investment in local economies on specific projects for development of tourism. In analyzing the survey the role of parks directorates for the establishment of new tourist destinations through the formation of preconditions for the development of ecotourism and ecotourism specific products, interaction with local authorities, local and regional business contribution to the conservation and development of local crafts, traditions, culture and environmental education.

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Stefan Kirilov

Southwest University "Neofit Rilsky" - Blagoevgrad


Results are presentedof the activities from the ecotourism development in the biggest Bulgarian National Park â€“ Rila.

Duringan eight-year period investigation in Rila National Park and the region as a whole the priority ecotourism activity and projects have been identified and presented.

Results have been shown from the visitor monitoring management process of the National Park territory and presented developing of ecotourism infrastructure as specialized paths and eco-trails and created new ecotourism product.

The conducting of the ecotourism development in the Rila National park is part of the integrated information database for implementation of efficient policies related with the sustainable forms of tourism development in the protected areas.

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Analysis of landscape type "forest" of Bulgarka Natural park for winter recreation assessment

Diana Malinova

University of Forestry â€“ Sofia


Landscape assessment scale for winter recreation was made. By analyzing some of the characteristics of the relief, as the most sustainable landscape component, soil and plants characteristics a landscape map for winter recreation was created. Appropriate areas for active and passive recreation were determined.

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Ivan Paligorov1, Vangel Avramov2

1University of Forestr– Sofia; 2Rila-Monastery Natural Park - Rila town


On the basis of two years monitoring on astream of tourists on the territory of Rila-Monastery Natural Parksome dataabout characteristic of visitors are collected as: number of visitors;nationality, age and occupation;motives of visit etc. The twenty-four hours and season dynamics are find out and presented on different point of view;the intensity of astream of automobiles, different forms of tourism and recreation and natural resources use etc.

Some recommendations on Rila-Monastery Natural Parkmanagement are formulated and pointed out as:

– some main consequences on the environment are find out;accelerate the workin more influenced areas for a "model" of sustainable natural resources management implementation on the territory;

– to make an optimal conditions to meet the needs of tourists and automobiles, without number limitation, with the opportunities of the park territory, to orientate the stream of tourists and automobiles to well laid out for recreation and relaxation areas of natural park;

– supporting the rural tourism development by tourist orientation to the near villages and towns for hosting, accommodation and entertainment in aspirit of Bulgarian traditions.

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