THE NOISE LEVEL ANALYZE RESULTED DUE TO FORESTRY ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE RODNA MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK
This paper presents a study on the noise level coming from forestry activities carried out within the Rodna Mountains National Park. It is known that there were 76 logging places on the reservation territory registered from January to September 2014, placed at a considerable distance inner the park boundaries. Corroborating the noise recorded at the analysed points with the number of logging places, as well as with the large distances between the logging places and the primary platforms, there can be considered that the noise pollution is affecting large areas, with a negative impact on the protected area.
Key words: Noise pollution, Rodna Mountains, Economics activities, Protected areas.
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