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Book and examples of citation of it worldwide Book Conservation of living nature and resources: problems, trends, and prospects

. 1991 pp. xi + 271 pp ISBN 3-540-52096-1 Record Number 19921964581

In short: This work examines the problems arising from the deterioration of the environment and covers the issues of conservation at the molecular-genetic, the ontogenetic, the species-population and the ecosystem levels. The book offers suggestions concerning changes in practice in agriculture, industry and recreation.

The deterioration of the environment has become one of the most serious problems of the twentieth century. The 12 chapters in this book: (1) the dangerous extent of human impact on the biosphere; (2) molecular genetic level; (3) problems at the ontogenetic level; (4) problems at the species-population level; (5) problems at the ecosystem level; (6) economic problems; (7) organizational and legal problems of the protection of living nature; (8) problems of prognostication; (9) protection of living nature and its connection with other global problems; (10) need for ecologization of society's activities; (11) ways of preserving living nature; and (12) scientific foundations and theory of living nature protection within the system of biological science, analyse the problems of conservation and suggest ways of helping to solve them.
The book is being used in the library of Harvard University, Library of Congress, many of U.S. and U.K. universities, the other best universities of Europe and other parts of the world On the book: Review of the books Dr by S.A.Ostroumov:

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Climate change, agriculture and wetlands in Eastern Europe: vulnerability, adaptation and policy
[PDF] from E KRACAUER Hartig, O Grozev… - Climatic Change, 1997 - Springer Naturally-occurring wetlands perform such functions as flood control, pollution filtration, nutrient recycling, sediment accretion, groundwater recharge and water supply, erosion control, and plant and wildlife preservation. A large concentration of wetlands is located in ...

[HTML] Characterizing Rare Plant Habitat for Restoration in the San Bernardino National Forest
[HTML] from MP Gonella… - Wild Land Shrub and Arid Land …, 1996 - Abstract—Surface mining of limestone in the San Bernardino Mountains has caused loss of native vegetation and of habitat for four carbonate-endemic plant taxa. This paper characterizes features of carbonate substrates and of habitat occupied by two of these ...

A new long-term on site clean-up approach applied to non-point sources of pollution
AI Fisenko - Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, 2004 - Springer A new long-term approach to the cleaning-up of streams directly on site is proposed. This approach is based on the natural capacity of rivers to purify themselves through the discovered froth formation process. One of the important processes in stream self- ...

Biodiversity studies: a bibliographic review
CH Smith - Recherche, 2000 - A bibliographic review of biodiversity studies. The first bibliography lists the monographs and articles featured here, and the second provides a selective accounting of" special issues" of serial publications whose main theme is biodiversity studies-related. Coverage ...

[PDF] Ecological principles for natural habitats management
[PDF] from TV Burkey - 1997 - ABSTRACT—This paper reviews the basic principles that anyone working on projects that affect natural habitats must take into consideration—kind of “everything you need to know about ecology but were afraid to ask”. It is also a quick guide to people concerned about ... Cited by 1 - Related articles - View as HTML - All 5 versions

O GROZEV, C ROSENZWEIG - Climatic Change, 36, 1997 -

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The State of knowledge about wetlands and their future under aspects of global climate change: the situation in Russia
RD Robarts, AV Zhulidov… - Aquatic Sciences-Research Across … - Springer Abstract About two-thirds of Russia's land area are flat lands, which contributes to the development of conditions favouring wetland formation. Wetlands cover vast areas, especially in the north. Wetlands in the former Soviet Union were not recognized as ... Related articles

[PDF] 005.133 Ton3Cb Tondo, CL C Answer book2nd ed. New Delhi, PrenticeHall of India, 1990, 208p. 01113 0-87692-4
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Captive Bears in Human–Animal Welfare Conflict: A Case Study of Bile Extraction on Asia's Bear Farms
R Kikuchi - Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 2012 - Springer Abstract Bear bile has long been used in the Asian traditional pharmacopoeia. Bear farming first started in China~ 30 years ago in terms of reducing the number of poached bears and ensuring the supply of bear bile. Approximately 13,000 bears are today captivated on ...

[PDF] from RDEB DE LA BENOUE - D'apres la loi N 94/01 du 20 Janvier 1994 fixant les modalites d'application du regime des forets, de la chasse et de la peche au Cameroun, les aires protegees (AP) sont classees parmi les forets domaniales et constituent avec les forets communales le domaine ...

Gary S. Hartshorn,World Wildlife Fund Washington, DC 20037] (in English); Book review: Conservation of Living Nature and Resources: Problems Trends and Prospects, by A. V.Yablokov, S.A.Ostroumov. - Biological Conservation.1993, Vol. 63, Issue 3, P. 271 [doi:10.1016/0006-3207(93)90728-J] Goldsmith F. B. Review: Conservation of Living Nature and Resources by A. V. Yablokov;S. A.Ostroumov. - The Journal of Ecology, 1992. Vol. 80, No. 1, p. 186-187 (in English);

Hartshorn G. S. A Russian "Silent Spring". - BioScience, 1992, Vol. 42, No. 7, p. 559-560. In Libraries. Worldwide. Harvard University, University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, the other best and most prestigious universities of America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia have and use these scientific books (environmental, biological sciences) in their libraries:;; [Books in Libraries: USA, Europe, Australia];

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conservation / environment / environmental degradation / environmental management / environmental protection / exhaustion / fauna / flora / natural history / natural resources / nature conservation / protection / quality / society / species diversity / wildlife / wildlife conservation / nature / overexploitation, S.A.Ostroumov, A.V.Yablokov, Moscow State University