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Significance of tree root decomposition for shallow landslides
Ammann, M., Böll, A., Rickli, C., Speck, T., & Holdenrieder, O. (2009). Significance of tree root decomposition for shallow landslides. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 82(1), 79-94.
Revegetation measures improve soil aggregate stability: a case study of a landslide area in Central Switzerland
Burri, K., Graf, F., & Böll, A. (2009). Revegetation measures improve soil aggregate stability: a case study of a landslide area in Central Switzerland. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 82(1), 45-60.
Long-term studies of joint technical and biological measures
Böll, A., Burri, K., Gerber, W., & Graf, F. (2009). Long-term studies of joint technical and biological measures. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 82(1), 9-32.
Effects of vegetation on the angle of internal friction of a moraine
Graf, F., Frei, M., & Böll, A. (2009). Effects of vegetation on the angle of internal friction of a moraine. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 82(1), 61-77.
3D-laser scanning: a new method to analyze coarse tree root systems
Gärtner, H., Wagner, B., Heinrich, I., & Denier, C. (2009). 3D-laser scanning: a new method to analyze coarse tree root systems. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 82(1), 95-106.
Effects of forests on shallow landslides - case studies in Switzerland
Rickli, C., & Graf, F. (2009). Effects of forests on shallow landslides - case studies in Switzerland. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 82(1), 33-44.
Hillslope processes, eco-engineering and protective forests
Rickli, C., & Graf, F. (2009). Hillslope processes, eco-engineering and protective forests. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 82(1), 3-6.
Recreation activities in protected areas: bridging the gap between the attitudes and behaviour of snowshoe walkers
Freuler, B., & Hunziker, M. (2007). Recreation activities in protected areas: bridging the gap between the attitudes and behaviour of snowshoe walkers. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 81(1-2), 191-206.
Predicting local residents' use of nearby outdoor recreation areas through quality perceptions and recreational expectations
Frick, J., Degenhardt, B., & Buchecker, M. (2007). Predicting local residents' use of nearby outdoor recreation areas through quality perceptions and recreational expectations. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 81(1-2), 31-41.
Context and question order effects on measures of satisfaction: the case of whitewater rafters in Taiwan
Hsu, Y. C., Fang, C. P., & Li, C. L. (2007). Context and question order effects on measures of satisfaction: the case of whitewater rafters in Taiwan. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 81(1-2), 89-98.
Encounters, norms and perceived crowding of hikers in a non-North American backcountry recreational context
Hsu, Y. C., Li, C. L., & Chuang, O. L. J. (2007). Encounters, norms and perceived crowding of hikers in a non-North American backcountry recreational context. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 81(1-2), 99-108.
Assessment of the local economic impacts of national park tourism: the case of Pallas-Ounastunturi National Park
Huhtala, M. (2007). Assessment of the local economic impacts of national park tourism: the case of Pallas-Ounastunturi National Park. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 81(1-2), 223-238.
Linking agent-based and choice models to study outdoor recreation behaviours: a case of the Landscape Fisheries Model in northern Ontario, Canada
Hunt, L. M., Kushneriuk, R., & Lester, N. (2007). Linking agent-based and choice models to study outdoor recreation behaviours: a case of the Landscape Fisheries Model in northern Ontario, Canada. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 81(1-2), 163-174.
Monitoring and management of visitor flows in recreational and protected areas: an introduction
Hunziker, M., Clivaz, C., & Siegrist, D. (2007). Monitoring and management of visitor flows in recreational and protected areas: an introduction. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 81(1-2), 3-4.
Visitors' satisfaction and perception of crowding in a German National Park: a case study on the island of Hallig Hooge
Kalisch, D., & Klaphake, A. (2007). Visitors' satisfaction and perception of crowding in a German National Park: a case study on the island of Hallig Hooge. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 81(1-2), 109-122.
What determines the area of impact around campsites? A case study in a Finnish national park
Kangas, K., Sulkava, P., Koivuniemi, P., Tolvanen, A., Siikamäki, P., & Norokorpi, Y. (2007). What determines the area of impact around campsites? A case study in a Finnish national park. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 81(1-2), 139-150.
Segmentation of culturally diverse visitors' values in forest recreation management
Li, C. L., Zinn, H. C., Chick, G. E., Absher, J. D., Graefe, A. R., & Hsu, Y. C. (2007). Segmentation of culturally diverse visitors' values in forest recreation management. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 81(1-2), 19-29.
A two stage analysis of recreation conflict as a basis for management strategies in the Black Forest: a methodological contribution
Mann, C., & Absher, J. D. (2007). A two stage analysis of recreation conflict as a basis for management strategies in the Black Forest: a methodological contribution. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 81(1-2), 123-138.
Alpine summer tourism: the mountaineers' perspective and consequences for tourism strategies in Austria
Muhar, A., Schauppenlehner, T., Brandenburg, C., & Arnberger, A. (2007). Alpine summer tourism: the mountaineers' perspective and consequences for tourism strategies in Austria. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 81(1-2), 7-17.
A comparison of still images and 3D animations for assessing social trail use conditions
Reichhart, T., Arnberger, A., & Muhar, A. (2007). A comparison of still images and 3D animations for assessing social trail use conditions. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 81(1-2), 77-88.
 

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