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Title Sustainable mountain regions : challenges and perspectives in Southeastern Europe / Boian Koulov, Georgi Zhelezov, editors.

Published Cham : Springer, 2016.

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Physical description 1 online resource (xvi, 268 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Series Springer English/International eBooks 2016 - Full Set
Contents Mountain Development Policies in Bulgaria: Practices and Challenges -- Cooperation models and pluri-activity to exhaust value added potentials in mountain regions -- Applications of GIS-based Hydrological Models in Mountain Areas in Bulgaria for Ecosystem Services Assessment -- Issues and Advantages -- Mapping carbon storage using land cover/land use data in area of Beklemeto, Central Balkan -- Consequences of non-intervention management for the development of subalpine spruce forests in Bulgaria -- A Model Assessment on the Technical Climate Change Adaptation Options of the Major Ski Resorts in Bulgaria -- Hydric significance of landscape in mountain river basin -- Small scale mountain tourism in Bulgaria development patterns and sustainability implications -- Beyond existing e-tourism for mountains: findings from the case of Zagori, Greece -- Sustainable tourism in mountain destinations: The actual and perceived role of a Destination Management Organization -- Biodiversity protection of the forest ecosystems on the base of representative geo-ecosystems -- Predicting the potential distribution of Ailanthus altissima invasive terrestrial plant species in Măcin Mountains National Park (Romania) -- Determination of the Landscapes Regulation Capacity and Their Role in the Prevention of Catastrophic Events: A Case Study from the Lom River Upper Valley, Bulgaria -- GIS and RS-based modeling of potential natural hazard areas -- Spatial discrepancies of ecological networks in the border region of Serbia and Bulgaria -- Invasive plant species in the Northern part of Mala Planina -- Monitoring glacier changes with the use of archive images: the example of the Julian Alps (NW Slovenia, NE Italy) -- Tourism and the Commodification of Cultural Heritage in the Eastern Black Sea Mountains, Turkey -- The role of cultural heritage in developing of mountain tourism: The case study of Mountain Rudnik, Serbia.
Summary Central to this edited volume is the proposition that the mountainous border region of Southeastern Europe needs to become a special target of European Union scale, regional development policy-making. Vivid case studies from eleven Central and Southeast European states present diverse perspectives on this regionℓ́ℓs physical geography, economy and demographics and demonstrate the integrative potential of the geographic perspective in mountain research. Europe as a whole has a lot to gain from a ℓ́ℓsustainable mountainsℓ́ℓ policy, especially in Southeast Europe. In their focus on the sustainable development of such areas, the chapters consider regional development policy, ecosystem services assessment, small-scale tourism, and forestry management. This book will be of interest to a wide audience, including academics, students, and practitioners in the fields of geography, ecology, and environmental studies.
Other author Koulov, Boian, editor.
Zhelezov, Georgi, editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Sustainable development -- Balkan Peninsula.
Mountain ecology -- Balkan Peninsula.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319279053 electronic bk.
331927905X electronic bk.
9783319279039 print
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-319-27905-3