Emilia Janeczko

Emilia Janeczko
Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW | SGGW · Department of Forest Utilization

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Emilia Janeczko currently works at the Department of Forest Utilization, Warsaw University Of Life Sciences.
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The development of tourism, recreation and forest education is inextricably linked to the creation of specific infrastructure on forest lands. However, this infrastructure, especially concerning education, is not always fully functional. Growing expectations of the public in relation to the social functions of forests, make it necessary to monitor...
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The Covid-19 pandemic has influenced the style of work of many people. However, it remains a question to what extent it has influenced the work of outdoor workers like forestry workers. Therefore , the objective of this study was to assess the level of professional burnout among forestry workers , as a lack of burnout symptoms is a dimension of wel...
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In view of the increasing conflict between society and forest management and a significant increase in the social functions of the forest, informal forest education is becoming increasingly important. In Poland, it is carried out mainly based on the field educational infrastructure, which consists, among other things, of forest educational paths eq...
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In Poland, informal forest education is carried out mostly on forest educational paths, equipped with educational boards. Due to the diverse audience, an attempt was made to assess the elements supporting forest education from the perspective of forest users. The aim of the study is to determine the basic criteria that, in the opinion of path users...
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Forest recreation can be successfully used for the psychological relaxation of respondents and can be used as a remedy for common problems with stress. The special form of forest recreation intended for restoration is forest bathing. These activities might be distracted by some factors, such as viewing buildings in the forest or using a computer in...
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Global changes cause many problems which directly impact forests and the foresters who manage them. One of the effects of global climate change may be an increased number of trees dying out or emerging threats to forest sustainability from pathogens. There are two possible ways to act in these situations: coping or adapting. The first type of respo...
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The article presents the results of research conducted in order to determine the comprehensibility (intelligibility) of the text of signs on educational paths in Warsaw’s city forests. This evaluation was carried out with the use of an online IT tool—Promovolt. The obtained results were confronted with the assessment of users of educational paths a...
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Birdwatching is one of the most sustainable types of nature-based tourism and, at the same time, a form of recreation that is developing very dynamically. Birdwatching is attracting more and more people, not only professionals, but also amateurs from many countries. Birdwatching research is still relatively embryonic, especially when compared to na...
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Background and Objectives: Nowadays, a significant part of the human population lives and works in urban agglomerations. Limited contact with nature, polluted air, stress, and a seden‐ tary work style all contribute to problems with the physical and mental health of a considerable number of city dwellers. There are many studies indicating the posit...
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Climate change affects various aspects of the economy, agriculture, economics, and politics, including forestry. There is more and more talk about the real impact of the effects of climate change. This paper presents the results of a survey on the perceptions of two groups, foresters and recreational forest users, about climate change and its impac...
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The intensity of the neutral environment impact on humans may be determined by specific features of space, including dead wood occurrence. Dead wood is claimed to be disliked by the public because it reduces the scenic beauty and recreational values of the forest. The attractiveness of a forest with dead wood may be determined by its variants. Much...
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Forest bathing is an outdoor activity, and it might be a promising preventive treatment for social problems involving stress. A vast number of studies confirm the positive effects of this activity on people's health. Nevertheless, little is known about the influence of winter forest bathing when conducted in an environment with snow cover on the gr...
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Rubbish in a forest environment is a great threat to this ecosystem, but this threat may also apply to the lost benefits for visitors to the forest. Previous studies proved that forest areas have a positive effect on obtaining psychological relaxation in the people visiting them. However, it was not known whether this restorative experience could b...
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This article presents results of research carried out in 2018 that aimed to determine the opinions of Bieszczady mountain guides on the scope of development of tourism and recreational infrastructure in the Bieszczady forests, Poland. The online survey included questions regarding nature protection in the Bieszczady region, factors limiting opportu...
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Forest recreation can be successfully used for the psychological relaxation of respondents and can be used as a remedy for common problems with stress. The special form of forest recreation intended for restoration is forest bathing. These activities might be distracted by some factors, such as viewing buildings in the forest or using a computer in...
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Background and Objectives: Physical activity, recreation and walks successfully counteract negative symptoms of stress in people, especially in large cities, and have many positive psychological and physiological effects. There are many studies showing that contact with nature plays an important role in the regeneration of the human body. The city...
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Abstract: The article presents the prospects for the development of tourism and recreation in non-urbanized areas in Poland resulting from the analysis of the documents that define the framework of spatial development of the country. These perspectives take into account the general development trends of European tourism and the directions of its de...
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Abstract: Mazowiecki Landscape Park plays a significant role as one of protected natural areas covering a part of Warsaw and its surrounding municipalities. The park is available for visitors, enabling them various outdoor activities including cycling. The main aim of the research, based on literature review and observations conducted in 2019, was...
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Abstact: Regeneration of both physical and mental strength is best carried out in natural areas. However, they must be properly made available for vacationers. Therefore, as part of recreational land development, it is necessary to create functional and economical solutions, but also solutions that will effectively affect a potential person relaxin...
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The role of values in climate-related decision-making is a prominent theme of climate communication research. The present study examines whether forest professionals are more driven by values than scientists are, and if this results in value polarization. A questionnaire was designed to elicit and assess the values assigned to expected effects of c...
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Research Highlights: The achieved results indicate that in the period of 2010–2016, the number of sporting events (running, cycling and walking) as well as the number of participants has increased many times. Methods: A geostatistical method, i.e., kriging, was used to check the distance-based relationship between agglomerations proximity and sport...
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This paper explores how urbanization processes, since the 1950s, affected forested areas in the Mazowiecki Landscape Park and determines if these processes resulted in a significant reduction of forest. Spatial analyses, which were used to generate very detailed data on the area of forests, agricultural land, and development areas, were carried out...
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The forest environment is an important source of non-wood forest products, such as edible mushrooms and fruits. The availability of such goods for many people is an important reason for choosing a forest as a place for recreation. The forest is also a place for collecting medicinal plants, most often by individual collectors; raw materials collecte...
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The article presents the results of a questionnaire survey aimed at determining social preferences in relation to running as a form of active leisure time in forests. These preferences were established on the basis of surveys conducted via the Internet by means of social media services. The survey was carried out in 2016 and covered 346 people livi...
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Racjonalne gospodarowanie wodą w lasach wobec zachodzących zmian klimatycznych staje się obecnie nie tylko potrzebą, ale przede wszyst-kim koniecznością. Dzięki zrównoważonemu gospodarowaniu wodą można m.in. zapewnić prawidłowy rozwój roślin i zwierząt, ograniczyć zmniejszanie się zasobów wodnych, a także przeciwdziałać powodziom i suszom. W Polsce...
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The structure of tree-stands, especially in large-area parks, has a direct impact on so-called recreational bio-climate. Obtaining such a goal is possible, if the stand reaches among others the optimal spatial, species and age structure. Thus the regulation of the park's stand over the years should strive to create sustainable, self- regulating sys...
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The article presents the results of questionnaire survey, which aimed to determine social preferences in relation to running as a form of active leisure time in the forests. In 2016 the survey covered 346 people over 18 years of age. As a research tool we used an internet questionnaire, which included questions about such issues as: the frequency o...
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Kwaśny Ł. 2018. Atrakcyjność imprez biegowych w lasach Polski i Czech. Sylwan 162 (7): 610−616. The article presents the results of a questionnaire survey that aimed at determining social prefer− ences in relation to running as an active form of leisure in the forests. In 2016 the internet survey covered 346 people living in Poland, and 294 people...
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Abstrakt. W artykule przedstawiono możliwości kształtowania krajo-brazu leśnego ustalone na podstawie wyników analiz obowiązujących aktów prawnych (ustaw i rozporządzeń), a także innych dokumentów (strategie, konkluzje i deklaracje) z zakresu planowania przestrzennego. Stwierdzono, że krajobraz leśny w sposób istotny wpływa na jakość życia ludzi, a...
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The book consist of five parts. In part one we set out the following issues: Tourism and recreation and nature - conflicts and methods their mitigation; Tourism and recreation in Polish national parks; Tourism and recreation in other areas protected areas in Poland. Second part consists of: Natural and cultural values of selected forest complexes;...
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The article presents the changes in the preferences of people vacationing in the forests of the Mazowiecki Landscape Park (MPK) in the years 2000-2012. The study covered the preferences for the frequency and duration of rest in the forest and the places and forms of recreation carried out in the MPK forests. These preferences were established on th...
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The article presents the results of the survey on the preferences of disabled people on wheelchairs for selected features of recreation in forests. The study was conducted in 2015, including a sample of 108 people over the age of 18 interviewed simultaneously in the Poland and Czech Republic (52 interviews in Poland, 56 in the Czech Republic). Resp...
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The article presents the results of the survey on the preferences of disabled people in wheelchairs for selected features recreational trails in the woods. The study was conducted in 2015, including a sample of 130 people older than 18 years, in Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia (52 interviews in Poland, 21 in the Czech Republic and 57 in Slo...
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This paper presents the results of research that aims to analyse and evaluate the attractiveness of the forest landscape in the vicinity of selected motor vehicle routes that differ in terms of technical parameters, such as motorways, regional roads and local (municipal) roads. The diversity of landscape units was used as the measure of landscape a...
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Tourism in national parks is developing very dynamically. National Parks’ primary function is to protect, but among the tasks that they perform there are social tasks associated with the provision of land for tourism purposes. The article presents the latest information on the development of tourism in the Polish national parks. It presents data on...
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Both linear and aerial elements of forest recreational management should be equipped with recreational facilities which are called “small architecture”. Small architecture is very diverse and serves many different functions, thus it is very important in recreation space. Recreation facilities have to be safe for potential users and offer comfort an...
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sylwan 156 (1): 12−18, 2012 Emilia Janeczko Janeczko E. 2012. Preferencje społeczne w zakresie kształtowania krajobrazu leśnego w sąsiedztwie dróg. Sylwan 156 (1): 12−18. Paper presents the methodological assumptions and evaluations of the attractiveness of forest landscape along selected sections of the A4 motorway. Evaluations were based on socia...
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In this paper some issues on forest landscapes aesthetic shaping are presented. Forest landscape is a spatial system, witch is built of some natural and anthropological elements. Its physiognomy is created by vegetation, equipment and buildings, of forest engineering development. The forest landscape attractiveness is very important, especially in...
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The role and importance of forest watercourses and water reservoirs in designing landscape values of forests This paper presents some issues related to designing forest landscape located close to the areas of watercourses and water reservoirs. Surface waters, beside forests and diverse terrain relief, constitute the main element deciding about tour...
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sylwan 155 (8): 563−571, 2011 Emilia Janeczko Janeczko E. 2011. Możliwości kształtowania krajobrazu leśnego wzdłuż szlaków komunikacyjnych. Sylwan 155 (8): 563−571. Paper presents the methodological assumptions of assessment of the attractiveness of the forest landscape in the vicinity of the municipal road Kup − Radomierowice (SW Poland). Landscap...
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Abstrakt. W artykule przedstawiono definicjê i aktualny stan wiedzy na temat kierunków, mo¿liwooeci i ograniczeñ w rozwoju turystyki ornitologicznej. Bir-dwatching jest jedn¹ z nielicznych form rekreacji, która ze wzglêdu na niewiel-kie zagro¿enie dla oerodowiska przyrodniczego, powinna byae szczególnie pro-mowana na obszarach leoenych i przyrodnic...

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