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2019, vol. 69, br. 1-2, str. 15-32
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
objavljeno: 14/04/2020
doi: 10.5937/ZasPri1901015J
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Beech forests as world heritage in aspect to the next extension of the ancient and primeval beech forests of the Carpathians and other regions of Europe world heritage site
(naslov ne postoji na srpskom)

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Bukove šume su prvobitno zaštićene 2007. godine kao dobro svetske baštine Netaknute bukove šume Karpata (Slovačka i Ukrajina). Nakon dva naredna proširenja, 2011. i 2017. godine, ovo dobro svetske prirodne baštine trenutno nosi naziv Drevne i netaknute bukove šume Karpata i drugih regiona Evrope (Albanija, Austrija, Belgija, Bugarska, Hrvatska, Nemačka, Italija, Rumunija, Slovačka, Slovenija, Španija i Ukrajina) i sastoji se od 78 komponenti u 12 evropskih zemalja, a sa ciljem da se očuva genetički diverzitet bukve, specijski i ekosistemski diverzitet bukovih šuma, njihova buduća obnova i širenje u odnosu na razvojne i eksploatacione pritiske sa kojima su bukove šume suočene i na biodiverzitet koji održavaju. Dodatno, ovo dobro svetske prirodne baštine ima za cilj da predstavi ekspanziju bukve nakon poslednjeg ledenog doba, kada je ova vrsta zauzela veliki deo kontinenta, gradeći najznačajnije šumske ekosisteme u Evropi. Trećom nominacijom proširenja ovog dobra, pripremljenom tokom 2019. godine, predlaže se upisivanje dodatnih 30 komponenti, što predstavlja značajan korak ka kompletiranju opšte slike post-glacijalne kolonizacije bukve i diverziteta bukovih šuma širom Evrope. Ovim proširenjem se ovom dobru pridružuje još 8 evropskih država, među kojima je i Republika Srbija. Prošireno dobro bi se sastojalo od preko 100 komponenti u 20 evropskih zemalja, kao panevropska mreža zaštićenih područja sa zajedničkim ciljevima zaštite i upravljanja, ali i kao platforma za razvoj politika i razmenu znanja. Ovim radom se predstavlja nastanak ovog veoma kompleksnog dobra svetske baštine i aktivnosti na njegovom proširenju na zaštićene bukove šume u Srbiji u okviru priprema prve nominacije prirodne baštine za Republiku Srbiju.

Ključne reči

svetska prirodna baština; bukove šume; Republika Srbija; nominacija; UNESCO

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