Advances in Environmental Research. Volume 74

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Justin A. Daniels (Editor)

Series: Advances in Environmental Research
BISAC: SCI026000

Advances in Environmental Research. Volume 74 offers insight into the management of Ramsar sites in Serbia, as well as into their status as tourist destinations, through a methodological framework proposed by the UNWTO.

Recent events set in motion by a new federal government that is openly hostile to environmental conservation and cultural diversity are discussed, with regard to how permanence strategies of political actors in the Amazon have been undermined.

The authors look at the management structures and processes related to green areas in Addis Ababa, with a particular focus on the level of cooperation between different stakeholders and the role of community organizations in 10 sub-cities within the Ethiopian capital.

Results are presented which contribute to the understanding of the influence of organic matter and other parameters of water and sediments on the complexation, availability, transport, and cycling of chemical species in reservoirs of the Amazon region.

Later, the toxic effects of water pollution on climate change, environment and human health are assessed, exploring the effects of industrial effluents on the environment and shedding light on future methods for industrial waste management.

One study presents previously unknown information regarding the impact of turfgrass on microbial diversity in turfgrass soil, laying the foundation for further investigations on microbiota in turfgrass ecosystems.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Tourism and Natural Environment at Ramsar Sites in Serbia – Towards a Symbiotic Relationship and Sustainable Management
(Jovana Brankov and Ana Milanović Pešić, Geographical Institute “Jovan Cvijić,” Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade, Serbia, and others)

Chapter 2. The Uncertain Future of Identity Politics and Conservation Policy in the Brazilian Amazon: Political Ecology and Relational Perspectives
(Scott William Hoefle, Department of Geography, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil)

Chapter 3. The Management of Green Spaces in Addis Ababa in the Context of Climate Change
(Alberto Gianoli, Somesh Sharma and Gezahegne Gebremeskel Kibret, IHS, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands, and others)

Chapter 4. Evaluation of the Relative Labilities of Copper, Lead, and Mercury in Sediment Samples Collected from Watercourses with Different Types of Waters in the Amazon Basin, Brazil
(Bruno Cesar Prior Rocha, Luiz Fabrício Zara, André Henrique Rosa, Paula Chiachia Pasta, Valber de Albuquerque Pedrosa, Margarida Juri Saeki, Marco Antonio Utrera Martines, Ézio Sargentini Júnior and Gustavo Rocha de Castro, Institute of Chemistry of Araraquara, UNESP, Araraquara, SP, Brazil, and others)

Chapter 5. Water Pollution Arising From the Chemical Industry and Its Impact on Environmental and Human Health
(Nitin Kumar Sharma, PhD, Manjula Nair, PhD, and Dinesh Kumar, PhD, Shri Maneklal M. Patel Institute of Sciences and Researches, Kadi Sarva Vishwavidyalaya, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India, and others)

Chapter 6. Soil Bacterial Diversity in Turfgrass Ecosystems of Northwest China Using High-Throughput Sequencing Technology
(Yingying Cao, Zhongmin Zhang, Tuo Yao, and Weibing Zhang, College of Food Science and Technology Engineering, Gansu Agricultural University, Lanzhou, China, and others)

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