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  • The extent and intensity of different forms of degradation of geographical environment and its constituents prove the need for such economic development which will take account of environmental features. In order to increase the environmental
  • 2007
  • Sustainable development means principally the search for and the maintaining of equilibrium between material welfare, social security and healthy environment. Natural ecosystems have proved throughout the evolution that inherent to them
  • 2007
  • Polylepis forests in the Andes, of fragmental distribution, house a great diversity of flora species and an extraordinary and unique fauna in mountain ecosystems in altitudes above 3500 m. Studies on these forests proved the existence of more than
  • 2007
  • trade. However, available data on the actual costs are scarce and do not prove a generalized and significant drop in the overall carriage expenses. Many developing countries still suffer from high mark-ups on the costs of traded goods, induced
  • 2007
  • consequences. In this connection the economic and social development of the Baltic EU member states appear to be predictable to some extent: The study of Ireland as a case example could prove to be meaningful. - (IfL)
  • 2007
  • The article deals with the problem of appropriate role of relief and geomorphology in nature interpretation in the area and on the nature trails in the Triglav National Park. The six most famous nature trails and areas of interest do not prove
  • 2007
  • is analysed by comparing daily rainfall data from 4 stations in 2 periods, 1963 to 1982 and 1984 to 2003, for changes in totals, seasonal distribution and variability. In spite of a greater variability in rainfall the farmers proved their knowledge
  • 2007
  • Actually these are typical expenses for mixed reasons in which private preferences of the private lifestyle play a role in addition to the occupational cause, as analyses of the data available on journeys to work prove. Only less than 70
  • for distance from 21 km onwards that is valid from 2007 goes in the right direction. But for about 170 000 recipients of lower incomes with long journeys to work the present changes in the flatrate for distances implies a noticeable reduction of available
  • 2007