Uros Radojevic

Uros Radojevic
Futura - Fakultet za primenjenu ekologiju · center for environmental modeling

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Forests have a key role in climate change. One of the most important forest carbon stocks is forest soil. Globally it is estimated that forest soil carbon stock may vary from equal to twice that of forest vegetation. Because of that it is important to have estimates of soil carbon and soil biodiversity which plays a key role in soil carbon sequestr...
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Stakeholder analysis (SA) represents a precondition for setting up an effective stakeholder participation in water management since it helps to better understand stakeholders`stakeholders`role and actions, identify whose stake should be taken into account, reveals power relations among stakeholders, helps to understand the diverse range of potentia...
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This monograph was written by the team of authors from the Slovak University of Agriculture and the Singidunum University in Belgrade, which cooperated on Bilateral Slovak-Serbian project SK-SRB-2013-0031 “Revitalization of small agricultural farms through energy crops cultivation and biomass production” and on technological development project “Ec...
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Public participation in environmental decision-making is nowadays accepted as an integral part of the sustainable development process and an important mean for improving quality, legitimacy and capacity of environmental assessment and decisions. When communities participate in the management of their resources in form of consultation or active invo...
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The use of biomass as a potential energy source has both advantages and disadvantages. Biomass is a potential source of fuel energy that provides economic and environmental benefits such as less expensive and less energy intensive production, carbon sequestration and soil preservation. However, the main concern associated with biofuels is that land...
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Genetically-modified (GM) trees represent a new frontier in biotechnology, though many environmental concerns associated to the commercial use of GM trees and their products have been recently raised. In general, GM trees involve no safety issues related to human health, therefore public attitudes toward their commercial use should depend on enviro...
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Current estimates of carbon sequestration in forest ecosystems indicate that the sequestered amount by 2050 could be between one and two billion tons of carbon per year. Estimates of the potential dynamics of the carbon cycle within the existing forest ecosystems and reforestation projects in the future are needed for the successful implementation...
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State and Perspectives of Genetically Modified Trees in some Western Balkan Countries Nonić M., J. Nedeljković, U. Radojević, C. Vettori and M. Šijačić-Nikolić Abstract Taking into account the significant role of forest ecosystems in the process of climate change mitigation and the fact that there is, at the same time, increased market demand fo...
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The aim of this paper is a review of the most important international initiatives and adopted documents relating to the conservation of forest genetic resources and establishing of the necessity degree for their revision and starting of new processes at the national level, in the aim of better integrating the conservation of genetic resources in th...

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Advancing the concept of ecosystem services in research and application in South East Europe. Enhancing the knowledge between biodiversity, ecosystem functioning and the delivery of ecosystem services. Active in various national networks of the ESP Regional Chapter South East Europe (RC SEE). The aim of the project is to further promote research into the concept of ecosystem services and the application thereof in sustainable and equitable land and water use and management in SEE. This project also aims at disseminating to the research community the results of projects and research conducted by our members. The Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP: www.es-partnership.org) is a global network of researchers, universities, conservation organisations, practitioners, etc. The ESP provides a platform for cooperation and knowledge sharing. There are over 40 organisations as well as over 3000 people connected to the ESP. There are many working groups covering biomes, ES themes and sectors as well as regional chapters and national networks. Several of these networks in various stages of development exist in Regional Chapter South East Europe: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, FYRoM, Malta, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Turkey.