Anthropogenic impacts on the tourist routes of Cserhát and presentation of that during environmental education
Nature parks according to their purpose, can be considered as a nature conservation category, based on the landscape geography, the model of which is based on landscape heritage protection, complex environmental education, rural development and ecotourism forms of local community and landscape harmonious coexistence. In our research, we examined two anthropogenic impacts in the Cserhát Nature Park, one of which stems from tourism and the other which influences tourism. In one part of the fieldworks, we are looking for answers is the ecotourism such as hiking generates and catalyzes soil erosion. As well as visitor density has a significant effect on soil erosion. In our second study, we looked at the light pollution conditions in the nature park area based on the raster map of light pollution VIIRS2020 and how these can be shown at each viewpoint. In possession of the results, we have developed a set of field environmental education tasks in which the children can justify the effects themselves, which can contribute to the understanding of these processes. That education task helps and allowed to reach the purpose of the nature park.
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