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Continuous Planning: Innovations from Practice in Stavanger (Norway) and Belgrade (Serbia)
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2020)
The concept of continuous planning (CP) refers to the periodic revisions of master plans in response to uncertainties faced by long-term urban planning. In this paper, we analyse CP practices in two European cities – ...
Vulnerability to natural disasters in Serbia: spatial and temporal comparison
The frequency of natural disasters and the extent of their consequences at a global level are constantly increasing. This trend is partially caused by increased population vulnerability, which implies the degree of ...
Karstic uvala revisited: Toward a redefinition of the term
Uvalas are a particular type of karst closed depression. While other types of closed depression – dolines and poljes – are regularly listed and relatively well defined in overviews of karst surface morphology, uvalas ...
Multi-criterion water quality analysis of the Danube River in Serbia: A visualisation approach
(Pergamon Elsevier Oxford, United Kingdom, 2015)
River quality analysis is an important activity which, in Serbia, has been performed using the Serbian Water Quality Index (SWQI). This is a measure based on a weighted aggregation of 10 water quality parameters. In this ...
The Right to Housing: Squatter Settlements in Interwar Belgrade—The Defense and Demolition of Jatagan-mala
(SAGE Publications Inc, 2016)
Abstract: This article describes a squatter settlement that arose in Belgrade between the two world wars and the communities that lived in it and fought for their right to housing. At the end of the war in 1918, a completely ...
Hurricane genesis modelling based on the relationship between solar activity and hurricanes
(Springer Netherlands, 2017)
The work examines the potential causative link between the flow of charged particles that are coming from the Sun and hurricanes. For establishing eventual link, the method of correlation analysis is applied, but with the ...
Land degradation analysis of mine-impacted zone of Kolubara in Serbia
(Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2017)
This paper presents the effect of land-use changes on land degradation by utilization of remote sensing methods and the Gavrilović erosion potential method, due to surface mining activities in the period 2001–2011. Studied ...
Evaluation of natural conditions for site selection of ground-mounted photovoltaic power plants in Serbia
In recent decades, many countries tend to increase the use of renewable energy sources. Serbia has good natural conditions for the exploitation of solar energy. This paper integrates geographic information system and ...
Community Planning Priorities
(Cham: Springer, 2019)
Стварање модерног Београда: од 1815. до 1964. из збирке Музеја града Београда
(Београд: Музеј града Београда, 2019)
Публикација представља каталог изложбе “Стварање модерног Београда: од 1815. до 1964. из збирке Музеја града Београда”. Изложба је настала је на основу вишегодишњег истраживања материјала из Збирке за архитектуру и урбанизам ...