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Challenges: Sustainable Land Management – Climate Change

Series: Advances in GeoEcology Volume: 43
By: Miodrag Zlatic and Stanimir Kostadinov
359 pages, photos, illustrations, tables
Publisher: Catena
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About this book

This book gathers a selection of peer-reviewed contributions presented and discussed at the LANDCON 1209 Conference held  in Djerdap National Park in the town Donji Milanovac, Serbia from September 17-21, 2012.

This book is arranged under six separate but interconnected headings:
(1) Land Degradation
(2) Land Conservation
(3) Impact of Climate Change on Environment
(4) Socio Economic Aspects of Land Degradation and Land Conservation
(5) Implemented Global/Regional/National Projects
(6) Education in Land Conservation.

The book offers analysis, facts, new data and suggestions and recommenta­tions on land issues which are the crucial elements in the functioning of environ­ment.


Miodrag Zlatić

Landcon Keynote Paper
Martin Haigh and J.S. Rawat
Landslide Activity and Environmental Change in the Himalaya

Chapter 1
Land Degradation

Olivera Košanin, Milan Knežević and Rade Cvjetićanin
Basification Process in some Forest Soils in the Areaof Mountain Miroć

Snežana Belanovć Simić, Jelena Beloica, Veljko Perović, Nuri S. Alnaass, Milan Knezevic, Ratko Kadovic and Branislava Mihailović
Current State and Threats of Soil Resources in Rasina Catchment upstream from “Ćekije” Water Reservoir

Emiliya G. Velizarova, Krasimira M. Nikolova, Irene G. Ilcheva-Michajlova, Ivan Ts. Marinov and Ivan I. Nikolov
Determination and Mapping of the Hydrologic Soil Groupsfor Representative Watersheds of the Struma River Basin, Bulgaria

Petar Papić, Zvonimir Milijić, Jana Stojkovićc, Jovana Milosavljević, Maja Todorović, Marina Ćuk and Željko Kamberović
Geoenvironmental Investigations at a Smelter Location in Bor (Serbia)

Nelu Popa, Dumitru Nistor and Romul Mircea Margineanu
Soil Erosion Estimates in a small Agricultural Watershed

Milica V. Marcovic and Jelica M. Djurdjanovic
Flood Risk Assessment Using GIS: A Case Study of the Nisava River Sector, Serbia

Milutin Stefanović, Mileta Milojević, Irina Milovanović and Jelena Čotrić
Analysis of Torrential Floods on the River Pčinja and its Tributaries in Trgovište, Southern Serbia in May 2010

Predrag Manojlović, Sanja Mustafić, Ivana Carević, Jelena Lukovi and Marko Milošević
Transport of Dissolved Load and Suspended Load in the Mlava River Basin (Eastern Serbia)                                                                                      

Ratko Kadović, Snežana Belanović, Nada Dragovic, Jelena Beloica,Mirjana Todosijević, Tijana Andrijanić and Boban Milojkovic
Influence of Soil Organic Carbon on Soil Erodibility in Forest Soils in Rasina Catchment

Ivan Blinkov
An Approach for Conversion of Erosion Data Produced by EPM Method in Weight Measure

Ilyusya Gabbasova, Manfred Fruehauf, Ilgiz Khabirov, Ruslan Suleymanov and Peter Liebelt
Changes in the Properties of Eroded Soils in a Long Time Period

Chapter 2 Land Conservation

Sevilay Haciyakupoglu, A. Beril Tugrul, A. Filiz Baytas, Ferhat Gokbulak, Nesrin Altinsoy, Nilgun Baydogan, Nilgün Karatepe, Sema Erentürk, Bülent Buyuk and Ertrugrul Demir
Behaviour of KNO3 Fertilizer in Soil by the View of Land Conservation

Mirjana Todosijević, Miodrag Zlatić, Nada Dragović, Vukašin Milčanović, Tijana Vulević and Gordana Vukelić
Sustainable Management of Soil Resources in Mountainous Areas of Western Serbia Using Conservation Measures                                                 

Panagiotis Stefanidis, Marios Sapountzis, Fani Tziaftani and Stefanos Stefanidis
Torrent Control Works at the Region of Peloponnese (Greece) After Forest Fire of 2007

Stanimir Kostadinov, Ana Borisavljevic and Dragan Mladjan
Torrents and Torrential Floods in Serbia: Characteristics and Possibilities of its Control

Slobodan Petković
Sediment Management in the Catchment of the River Ibar in Serbia, Related to the Project of Hydropower System

Chapter 3 Impact of Climate Change

Jana Podhrázská, Josef Kučera, Filip Chuchma, Tomás Středa,Hana Středova and Miroslav Dumbrovský
Affect of Changes in Selected Climatic Factors on Wind Erosion Risks

Ildefonso Pla Sentís
Conflicting Issues in Controlling Land Degradation and Global Climatic Changes

Dragoljub Cvijan Todić, Mirjana Todosijević and Ana Vladimir Grbić
Land Protection and Climate Changes in the Regulations of the Republic of Serbia (Harmonization of the National Legislation with EU Legislation)

Lado Kutnar and Andrej Kobler
Possible Impacts of Global Warming on Forst Tree Species Composition in Slovenia

Nenad Ranković, Dragan Nonić, Jelena Nedeljković and Saša Stamatović
Relationship of some Climate Elements and Collected Quantitiesof Non-Wood Forest Products in Serbia in the Period 1993-2011

Chapter 4 Socio-Economic Issues and Policy of Land Degradation and Land Conservation

Ivaylo Velichkov, Bojan Srdjevic and Milena Lakicevic
An Example of AHP Application in Forestry

Gordana Vukelic, Miodrag Zlatic and Mirjana Todosijevic
Economic Justification of the Model of Anti Hail Protection of Multi-Year Plants

Jelena Tomicevic, Ana Kostic, Werner Konold and Ivana Živojinovic
Landscape Modification and Landscape Perception by the Local Population in the Village of Kupinovo within a Protected Area

Slavoljub S. Dragićević, Marija P. Martinović, Mikica Z. Sibinović, Ivan D. Novković, Radislav S. Tošić and Stefana Lj. Babović
Recent Changes of the Erosion Intensity Caused by Socio-Demographic and Land Use Changes in Knjaževac Municipality, Serbia

Ljiliana M. Keća and Nenad D. Keća
Investment Appraisal in Poplar Plantations in Serbia and its Relations with Sustainable Land Management

Boris P. Radić, Ratko U. Ristić, Miodrag D. Zlatić, Nevena B. Vasiljević and Ivan Malušević
Modification of Landscape Stability as Response on Rural Depopulation: Example of Watershed of Kupinovaćka River, Serbia

Chapter 5 Implemented Global/Regional/National Projects

Ana Nikezić and Dragan Marković
Visitor Center as a Viable Alternative for Cultural Landscape: The Case of the Remains of the Trajan Bridge on the River Danube

Chapter 6 Environmental Issues

Vesna Ðukić
Analysis of Groundwater Recharge of the Basin of Kolubara River in Serbia

Branko Glavonjić, Milan Nešić, Slavica Petrović and Snežana Belanović
Environmental Aspects of Charcoal Production in Serbia: Current Situation and Assessment of Harmonization with ISO Declaration 14025

Dragica D. Obratov-Petković, IvanaR. Bjedov, Branislav G. Jurišić, Marija M. Nešić and Verica B. Stojanović
Relationship between Invasive Plant Species and Species Richness in Urban and Suburban Habitats of Belgrade (Serbia)

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Series: Advances in GeoEcology Volume: 43
By: Miodrag Zlatic and Stanimir Kostadinov
359 pages, photos, illustrations, tables
Publisher: Catena
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