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Evaluation of a natural complex: The municipality of Ljig as an example
?or?eviJasmina
Journal of the Geographical Institute Jovan Cvijic, SASA , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/ijgi0655053d
Abstract: In this paper, we attempt, on the basis of the analysis and evaluation of natural characteristics, to see how space may be rationally used for agriculture, construction, and tourism on the territory of the municipality of Ljig. A detailed qualitative and quantitative analysis of the natural factors has been conducted. Then, a set of thematic maps has been prepared, based on certain criteria; the method of successive elimination has been used, and, finally, a number of locations have been determined as best for agriculture, construction, and tourism. In the paper we evaluated natural characteristics on the basis of such criteria that we defined four degrees of convenience of any terrain for agricultural purposes; for construction; and, for tourism. As a result, we produced our set of thematic maps; in them, natural factors are presented, and evaluated, each separately. By interpolating these same maps successively, we obtained the basic thematic maps showing, from the point of view of all relevant factors, which locations are best for agriculture, for construction, and for tourism. In the end, to verify the validity of our own methods, we compared the obtained results with the real, already existing usage of that same land, and we suggested what might be improved in the future.
Geographical institute "Jovan Cviji " from its foundation till today
?or?eviJasmina
Journal of the Geographical Institute Jovan Cvijic, SASA , 2007, DOI: 10.2298/ijgi0757005d
Abstract: This paper gives a brief retrospect on work in Geographical Institute "Jovan Cviji " SASA in past 60 years. In the first place, there's a need to point on activities and structure of the Institute, as well as on tasks and perspectives in its further development. Certainly, it's necessary to estimate Institutes research as well. Considering a fact that results accomplished by researchers and scientists are the main indicators of any scientific institution success, we could say that Geographical Institute with its constantly small amount of scientific cadres justifies its existence. Results of Institutes research could be observed from two points of view. First, there's a perceptible quality and quantity of published scientific papers, and second, Institute has created scientific cadres with all neccessary qualifications. Many of them had left Institute, taking corresponding positions at Universities and other institutes. Society problems in the past 15 years have effected science as well. This related to the Institute also, though scientists are trying to hold out a rough material situation and to keep up with their colleagues from Europe and further.
Impact of planned and development documents on trans-border cooperation of Northern Vojvodina
?or?eviJasmina
Journal of the Geographical Institute Jovan Cvijic, SASA , 2008, DOI: 10.2298/ijgi0858121d
Abstract: By opening the funds of the European Union and by new policies, the trans-border regions were formed with an initiative to make plans and other documents. This paper gives a concept of new possibilities of the development of those regions. The concept is based on the potentials of the trans-border regions and various programs of the European Union that are directly connected to them.
Natural characteristics as a request for development of Obrenovac municipality
?or?eviJasmina,Pani? Milena
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0602063d
Abstract: The main objective of research in this study is definition, extraction and evaluation of elements, consisting natural complex within the area of Obrenovac Municipality. An evaluation has been performed regarding mentioned, as one of main factors for positioning and environmental development of economy and settlements. In order to rationally use the environment for agriculture, development and tourism an partial and synthetic evaluation was performed on separate natural complex components (geology, geomorphology, climate, hydrography, pedology and biogeography characteristics), and their influence as geopotential for the development of examined area.
Towards the new concepts of rural development of Serbia
?or?eviJasmina,Todorovi? Marina
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0601211d
Abstract: Within the preparations for joining the European Union, Serbia and its rural development are faced with considerable re-orientation of agrarian policy within the EU accession requirements. In that sense, the overview of the LEADER program concepts may facilitate the preparations of Serbia and its rural areas for all the issues that will follow in the forthcoming years. The aim of this paper is to help in the decision "what kind of approach will we choose?" and to offer the information on experiences of other countries.
Underdeveloped areas: South Morava region
?or?eviJasmina,Pani? Milena
Journal of the Geographical Institute Jovan Cvijic, SASA , 2007, DOI: 10.2298/ijgi0756131d
Abstract: The main goal of this paper is to point out the problem of underdeveloped areas in South Morava region as well as the factors that influenced those areas slowly withered away. The paper is particularly dealing with the influence of the morphometric characteristics of the observed territory on the size of the settlements and their economic structure. Negative trends of reducing the larger settlements and increasing the number of the smaller ones are more intensive in mountain areas than in Central Serbia. South Morava region, which includes two districts, Jablani ki and P injski, is economically worse than other regions in Serbia. The main reason to research this problem is to identify and follow the negative demographic tendencies and economic lagging of the area, significantly contributing to more successful realization of national, republic, regional and local interests in the area of South Morava.
The influence transborder regions on the development process in Serbia
?or?eviJasmina S.,Pani? Milena
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2004, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0402183d
Abstract: Opening of the East European borders, at the end of the 20th century, a lot of possibilities for international and transborder collaboration were appeared. There were different initiatives to create planned concepts for adjusting the development of eastern and western countries, and opportunity activating potentials. This paper, deals with the new planning concept of the transborder regions according to the predominant politics and trends in "Europe without borders". In Serbia, transborder regions were created with Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Bosnia and Hercegovina and Croatia.
The use of mineral resources and issues of harmonization between spatial plans for the mining areas in Serbia with other strategic documents
Petri? Jasna,?ur?eviJasmina
Spatium , 2011, DOI: 10.2298/spat1124021p
Abstract: Growing development needs and requirements for mineral resources endorsed by the contemporary society reopen the issues of mineral resources finitude and effects that mineral industry imposes on the global scene. Mining is certainly among the activities which raise numerous environmental and social concerns being enhanced by continuous demand for new exploitation areas. Experience supports the need for continuous process of planning in the mining areas and development of extensive research, both fundamental and applied. With particular focus on spatial plans for the mining areas in Serbia, this paper addresses current mining regulatory framework and issue of harmonization between spatial plans for the mining areas with other pertinent strategic documents on environmental and social protection. Regardless they have been prescriptive or legally binding, fundamental principles of these strategic documents serve as guidance towards sustainable development in the mining sector under the new institutional, organization and economic settings.
THE ROLE OF CIRCULATING IMMUNOCOMPLEXES IN THE SCLERITIS PATHOGENESIS
Jasmina ?or?evi?-Joci?,Gordana Zlatanovi?
Acta Medica Medianae , 2002,
Abstract: Scleritis is an inflammation of deep layers of the white that can have an unfavorable course. It can appear on its own or coupled with the system diseases of the connective tissue. It is believed that in its pathogenesis an important role is played by vasculitis of small blood vessels at whose basis the III type of hypersensitive reaction is laying (oversensitivity mediated by the immunocomplexes).Three groups of patients were subjected to a prospective study, namely, the 1 group comprising 15 patients with scleritis of unknown etiology, the 2IC group comprising 15 patients who had scleritis coupled with the system diseases and the 3 group of 15 healthy patients. In our work we followed immunological parameters, namely, C3 complement component and the level of circulating immunocomplexes -CIC in the serum; we compared them with the clinic parameters (number of recidivism and recovery time).In the 1s group of patients 26,6% of the examined had increased values of CIC; in the 2 group 60% of the examined had increased values of CIC while in the control group there was no person with increased CIC values. A statistically important positive correlation was found between the CIC level and the recovery time in the '. group, while in the 2 group there was a statistically important positive correlation between the CIV level and the recovery time or the number of recidivism (p < 0,05).
EPISCLERITIS AND SCLERITIS - CLINIC PARAMETERS
Jasmina ?or?evi?-Joci?,Gordana Zlatanovi?
Acta Medica Medianae , 2002,
Abstract: Rheumatoid arthritis is the most frequent system disease joined with scleritis and episcleritis. Scleritises coupled with system diseases have a considerably more unfavorable course. Recidivism is frequent and can last for years but an early diagnosis and a prompt treatment of the first attack can both reduce the frequency of recidivism. The aim of the paper was to determine whether there are differences in the clinic image of the patients with episcleritis and scleritis of unknown etiology (1 group) and the patients with episcleritis and scleritis, namely, those who also had additional system disease (2 group). The average number of relapses in the 1 group was 4,44 while in the 2 group was 6,36. Unilateral recidvism was present in the 1 group in 33,3% of the patients while 66,6% had recidivates in both the eyes. In the 2nd group the alternating recidivism was present in 81,8% but the difference is not statistically important (p>0,05). A higher frequency of the diffuse type of episcleritis and scleritis in the patients of unknown etiology was recorded. The average time of recovery in the 1 group was 4,93 while in the 2 group it was 7,17; here there is a statistically important difference between the examined groups in favor of the 2" group (p<0,05).
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