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Conservation of the Biological Diversity as a Prerequisite for Sustainable Development in the Black Sea Region

Author: V Kotlyakov; M Uppenbrink; V Metreveli
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 1998.
Series: NATO ASI Series, Series 2: Environmental Security, 46.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Bibliographic data : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The countries of the Black Sea region are beset by a great number of problems: there are many large cities along the coast; intensive agriculture is practised in the region; great rivers such as the Danube and the Dnieper carry pollution from a large part of Europe; and the lowlands are threatened by flooding from the rivers, wind-induced surges, and future sea-level rise due to global warming. Any integrated,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Bibliographic data, Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: V Kotlyakov; M Uppenbrink; V Metreveli
ISBN: 9789401151146 9401151148 9401061491 9789401061490
OCLC Number: 840311112
Description: 1 online resource (528 pages).
Contents: 1. Scientific Introduction --
Biological Diversity of the Black Sea Basin: Its Current State --
Natural Conditions and Processes as Factors having some Effect on the Biological Diversity of the Black Sea Region --
Current Trends and Environmental Issues of the Black Sea Regional Development --
Issues in the Economics of Biodiversity and Economic Growth: Sustainability, Development, Valuation and Realpolitik --
2. Biological Diversity and the Natural Hertiage of the Black Sea Region --
Some Remarks concerning the Evaluation of Ecological Diversity at the Romanian Black Sea Coast --
Species Composition and Biodiversity of Georgian Black Sea Phytoplankton --
State of the Art and Tendencies for Changes in the Black Sea Biodiversity of the Bulgarian Coast --
On the Biodiversity of the Georgian Black Sea Coast --
Plant Diversity in the Turkish Black Sea Region and Strategies for its Conservation --
State of the Black Sea Anchovy Stock --
The Influence of the Ecotone Diversity on the Ornitho-Complexes of the Azov-Black Sea Coast of Ukraine --
Ecosystems Sustainability of Open Black Sea Regions --
Black Sea Biodiversity in Eutrophication Conditions --
Current State of the Georgian Black Sea Sturgeons --
3. Analysis of human impacts and threats to biological diversity --
Ecological Aspects of the Biochemical Studies in the Coastal Waters of the Black Sea --
Threats to the Protection of Marine Ecosystems: Comparison of North Sea, Baltic Sea, Mediterranean and Black Sea. Consequences for a Sustainable Development of the Black Sea --
Legislative and Environmental Preconditions for Development of Recreation and Tourism in the Black Sea Region --
Recreation and Tourism in the Northern Black Sea Region: Current State and Prospects of Development --
Conflicts between Tourism Developments and Conservation of Biological Diversity: Overview of Tourism Developments in the Global, Regional and European National Context with Special Emphasis on Coastal Regions --
On the Protection of the Cultural Heritage of the Past --
Black Sea Strategic Action Plan: Biological Diversity Protection --
Forecast of the Ecological Situation of the Black Sea under Influence of Anthropogenic Factors and Some Ways of its Therapy --
4. Instruments for Conservation and Sustainable Development --
Natural Heritage Plan for Biological Diversity in the North American Great Lakes Ecosystem: Lessons and Application to the Black Sea Region --
Artificial Reproduction: A Feasible Way of Conserving the Disappearing Black Sea Fishes --
Marine and Coastal Protected Areas in Europe as a Tool for an Integrated Coastal Zone Management --
The Protected Areas of the Black Sea Region in their Relationship to the IUCN Action Plan “Parks for Life” --
Experiences of HELCOM in Conservation of Marine and Coastal Biological Diversity and Possibilities of its Application in the Black Sea Region --
Strategies for Nature Conservation in the Black Sea Region --
Conserving Kolkheti Wetlands to Enhance Regional Development --
Results, The Black Sea --
A Bridge between Europe and Asia --
List of Workshop Participants.
Series Title: NATO ASI Series, Series 2: Environmental Security, 46.
Other Titles: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Batumi, Republic of Georgia, October 5-12, 1996
Responsibility: edited by V. Kotlyakov, M. Uppenbrink, V. Metreveli.

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