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The Boka Kotorska Bay Environment

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Part of the book series: The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry (HEC, volume 54)

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This book focuses on environmental aspects of Boka Kotorska Bay in Montenegro (South Adriatic Sea), an area that has been shaped by seasonal tourism, and explores the use and limitations of its natural resources. The individual chapters highlight its geographic and oceanographic characteristics, climate, history and development, biology, fisheries, agriculture, coastal zones, shipping, marine tourism and pollution. Above all, the environmental impact of tourism on marine, coastal and shoreline areas and the resulting conflicts are discussed in detail. The volume is intended for specialists working in various fields of environmental sciences and ecology, water resources and management, land reclamation and agriculture, and regional climate change.

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Table of contents (26 chapters)

Editors and Affiliations

  • Institute of Marine Biology, University of Montenegro, Kotor, Montenegro

    Aleksandar Joksimović, Mirko Djurović

  • S.Yu. Witte Moscow University, Moscow, Russia

    Aleksander V. Semenov

  • Engineering Research Production Center for Water Management, Land Reclamation and Ecology “Soyuzvodproject”, Moscow, Russia

    Igor S. Zonn

  • P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

    Andrey G. Kostianoy

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