The Viitna nature studies trail forms part of the Viitna nature reserve and is 7 km long. It begins near the Viitna holiday village, and the trees along the path are marked for navigation. Along the trail you will see a variety of landscapes and lakes formed by the movement of the continental ice sheet.
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Nov 2016 • Couples
Very easy to reach by car from the main road. Good parking area. Loop trail with lots of very good information in English about the various glacial landforms and it's changes during times. This is a protected Area, please do not step outside the trail and do not fish and do not swim. The trends of paleodata that integrate the changes in the biogeochemical matter have clear signals about changes in the state of the ecosystem in L. Viitna during the last decades. A gradual increase in organic productivity should reflect a greater oxygen demand in the hypolimnion. As a result the hypolimnion became seasonally anoxic earlier and its pH level remained low for a longer time.
Written 1 November 2016
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