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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Environmental Security and Sustainable Land Use of Mountain and Steppe Territories of Mongolia and Altai (2004 : Barnaul, Altaĭskiĭ kraĭ, Russia).
Environmental security and sustainable land use.
Dordrecht : Springer in cooperation with NATO Public Diplomacy Division, ©2006
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Hartmut Vogtmann; Nikolaĭ Leontʹevich Dobret︠s︡ov; Astrid Mittelstaedt; North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Public Diplomacy Division.
|ISBN:||1402044933 9781402044939 1402044917 9781402044915 1402044925 9781402044922 128060784X 9781280607844|
|Notes:||"Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Environmental Security and Sustainable Land Use of Mountain and Steppe Territories of Mongolia and Altai, Barnaul, Russia, 25-27 October 2004."|
|Description:||1 online resource (vii, 381 pages) : illustrations, maps.|
|Contents:||Preface. 1: Environmental Consequences of Climate Change.- Desertification of mid-latitude Northern Asia and global change periodicity in the Quaternary; N. Dobretsov, V. Zykin.- Regional climate and environmental change in Central Asia; N. Kharlamova, V. Revyakin.- The reasons and consequences of climate changes;V. Loginov.- Climate change consequences in steppe-forest transition zone in Moravia; M. Klimanek.- 2: Sustainable Land Use and Regional Development.- Assessment of sustainability of ecological-economic systems by indicators of sustainable development; E. Rodina.- Overview of NATO CCMS Pilot Study on environmental decision-making for sustainable development in Central Asia; M. Khankasayev et al.- Experiences in the study of land cover transformation on Mediterranean islands caused by change in land tenure; B. Cyffka.- Study of soils modified with structure forming agents; P. Pipeva.- Problems of instability in agrarian nature management and food safety in large countries of Central Asia; B. Krasnoyarova, I. Orlova.- Sustainable land use as a basis for a healthy nutrition and a corner stone for regional development; A. Meier - Ploeger.- 3: Sustainable Development in Mountain and Steppe Regions.- Problems of sustainable development of mountain regions of Tajikistan; H. Mukhabbatov, H. Umarov.-Implication of environmental law for mountain protection in China; Jiebin Zhang.- Actual ecological situation in the territory of mountain regions and biodiversity problems - the case of the Republic of Georgia; Z. Tatashidze et al.- New ways and new forms of limited and controlled nature management in the steppe region of northern Eurasia; A. Chibilyov.- 4: Beyond Boarders: Transboundary Biosphere Reserve 'Altai' as an Approach for Regional Development.- Sustainable land use convergence in border area in Central Europe; J. Kolejka, D. Marek.- Sustainable development beyond administrative boundaries - Case study: Rhon Biosphere Reserve, Germany; D. Pokorny.-The links between poverty and environment: the rationale for environmentally sustainable resource use, with application to land management in the Altai region; D. Smith.- Conditions and trends in natural systems of the Altai-Sayan ecoregion; A. Mandych.- Transboundary Biosphere Territory 'Altai': Expert evaluation for the establishment;Y. Vinokurov et al.- 5: Landscape Planning as an Integrative Tool for Sustainable Development.- Landscape planning as a tool for sustainable development of the territory; D. Gruehn.- The Russian school of landscape planning; A. Antipov, M.Semenov.- 6: Challenges and Threats for Environmental Stability in Central Asia.- Historical experience and estimations of modern land tenure of the Inner Asia; A. Tulokhonov.- No Man's Land - Environmental influences in Central Asian security; P. Liotta.-Physical-geographical characteristics of the Altai region; D. Enkhtaivan.- New challenges of the modern civilization and global economy in the north of Western Siberia; G. Grebenyuk, F. Rjansky.- Summary of other Workshop Lectures; N. Dobretsov.- List of Workshop Participants.-|
|Series Title:||NATO security through science series., Series C,, Environmental security ;, v. 7.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Hartmut Vogtmann and Nikolai Dobretsov ; with the collaboration of Astrid Mittelstaedt.|
- Climatic changes -- Asia, Central -- Congresses.
- Land use -- Asia, Central -- Management -- Congresses.
- Sustainable agriculture -- Asia, Central -- Congresses.
- NATURE -- Natural Resources.
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Environmental Economics.
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Green Business.
- Climatic changes.
- Land use -- Management.
- Sustainable agriculture.
- Asia, Central.