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2012, vol. 16, br. 3, str. 94-102
Sustainable landscape management in Tara National Park (Village Jagoštica, Serbia)
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Univerzitet u Novom Sadu, Poljoprivredni fakultet, Departman za voćarstvo i vinogradarstvo i hortikulturu

e-adresaivanab@polj.uns.ac.rs
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According to the Nature Protection Act of the Republic of Serbia, national park is defined as a large area with natural ecosystems of high value, in terms of conservation, complexity of structures, biogeographical features, cultural-historical values, and flora and fauna wealth. Owing to their exceptional natural integrity, national park is the treasure of great national importance. Villages (hamlets) are integral parts of national park, but are sadly on the verge of disappearing, due to lack of inhabitants. The locals that choose to stay, by fighting for their village's survival and existence, are coming into a conflict with the management board of the national park (mainly directed towards the protection and preservation of biodiversity resources). The research presented here focused on Jagoštica village, located in the far northwestern part of Tara National Park, Serbia. According to the landscape reading, mapped land­scape (spatial) elements and social survey, the researched aim was the development of a unique model for sustainable development, focused at protecting diversity of flora and fauna, as well as improving the living standards of local people. Rural tourism and production of local traditional products were found to be the most optimal strategies for moderating the development of this area.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
DOI: 10.5937/GeoPan1203094B
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 22.03.2013.