environment

The performance of true seed shallot lines under different environments of Ethiopia

Adama Science and Technology University, School of Agriculture, Nazret, Ethiopia (1)

Corresponding author: shimiakl@yahoo.com
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Assessing ecological risks and benefits of genetically modified crops

Faculty of Biofarming, Megatrend University Belgrade, Bačka Topola, Serbia (1,3,4,5,6)
Faculty of Forestry, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia (2)

Corresponding author: jboskovic@biofarming.edu.rs
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The recultivation of the RBB-Bor Cerovo-Cementacija 1 open pit waste dump

RTB Bor Group RBB Bor DOO, Bor (1,2)
Technical faculty in Bor, Bor (3,4)

Abstract:

The development of the human society is unbreakably bonded with the development of industrial production. This increases the amount of mineral resources exploitation, thus increasing the area of degraded soil. The consequences of these processes are many and are destructive for the environment, so if nothing was done, the justification of exploitation would be questioned. Looking into the seriousness of the problem, special care is taken to recultivate the degraded soil and rehabilitate its reproductive capabilities.

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Determination of uranium contents in the soils

Institute of Food Technology and Biochemistry, Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade-Zemun (1)
Institute of Occupational and Radiological Health “Dr Dragomir Krajović”, Belgrade (2,3)

Abstract:

The usage of depleted uranium munitions was only indirectly forbidden (by General convention which is against environmental pollution) up to its mass application in the last decade of XX century (Iraq, Bosnia, Yugoslavia). The United Nations are on the good way of putting the depleted uranium to the list of forbidden weapons.

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