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Taking the piste out of Alpine vegetation

iers happy. As this happens, Wipf and her co-workers want ski resorts to become more environmentally sensitive.

"We recommend that environmental goals should be established in ski resort management. In particular, we recommend carefully recording the vegetation in a specific area before any intensification of use as a ski piste, and complete avoidance of areas with vegetation of articularly high conservation value," they say.

Some alpine ecosystems are extraordinarily rich in species, but they are also sensitive and susceptible to changes in land use and climate.


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18-Apr-2005


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