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Commercialization of non-wood forest products on the territory of AP Vojvodina
Ke?a Ljiljana,Mareta Milica,Bogojevi? Milivoj
Glasnik ?umarskog Fakulteta , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/gsf1205099k
Abstract: In the previous utilization of natural resources in forestry as an economic activity, timber exploitation was always the dominant part, and the utilization of other forest products was partly neglected. Nowadays, non-wood forest products (NWFPs) occupy an increasingly significant position in the forestry sector in numerous countries, so that the revenue from their utilization approaches the returns realized by the classical production of timber products. The research performed in Vojvodina, on the sample of six enterprises dealing with NWFP purchase, processing and sale was aimed at the analysis of their market activities to create the image of the market of this group of products. After the study data were analyzed by dynamic statistical methods, the changes in the activities on purchase, the domestic sales and export sales between 2004 and 2010 were presented and future projects were visualized. The research in the form of questionnaire included the quantities of purchased raw materials, the scope of production and sales, both in the domestic, and in foreign markets, as well as the prices of final products. Some species of medicinal plants were purchased on the territories of Croatia and Macedonia, and the purchasing network in the domestic market was remarkably wide and it included predominantly: Ni , Svrljig, oka, Apatin, Pan evo, Ruma, Boljevac, Kanji a, etc. The most significant growth was realised in the purchase of a mixture of medicinal plants. Also significant are the purchased quantities of mint, which on average increased by 7.9 t and rose hip by 5.5 t per year. During the study period, the domestic sale of all species of herbal teas and medicinal plants increased significantly, while spices and honey were subject to a fluctuation in sales quantity. Average algebraic deviation of the original final NWFP sale value from the arithmetic mean accounts for 3.48%. With the significance level of 95%, it is estimated that the sale in 2012 will range between 3049.19 and 3343.95 t, under the condition that the sale continues its quadratic trend. Based on the quadratic trend, and with the significance level of 95%, it can be foreseen that the value of export in 2012 will range from 133.01 to 250.07 t. As for the time interval from 2004 to 2010, the average export amounted to 260.07 t, which encompassed primarily medicinal and aromatic plants, spices and honey. During the study period, export decreased on average by 7.03% (20.75 t per year).
Isotopic composition of maize as related to N-fertilization and irrigation in the Mediterranean region
Lasa, Berta;Ira?eta, Iosu;Muro, Julio;Irigoyen, Ignacio;Aparicio Tejo, Pedro María;
Scientia Agricola , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-90162011000200008
Abstract: nitrate leaching as a result of excessive application of n-fertilizers and water use is a major problem of vulnerable regions. the farming of maize requires high n fertilization and water inputs in spain. isotopic techniques may provide information on the processes involved in the n and c cycles in farmed areas. the aim of this work was studying the impact of sprinkler and furrow irrigation and n input on maize (zea mays l.) yields, and whether isotopic composition can be used as indicator of best farming practices. trials were set up in tudela (spain) with three rates of n fertilization (0, 240 and 320 kg urea-n ha-1) and two irrigation systems (furrow and sprinkler). yield, nitrogen content, irrigation parameters, n fate and c and n isotope composition were determined. the rate of n fertilization required to obtain the same yield is considerably higher under furrow irrigation, since the crop has less n at its disposal in furrow irrigation as a result of higher loss of nitrogen by no3--n leaching and denitrification. a lower δ13c in plants under furrow irrigation was recorded.the δ15n value of plant increased with the application rate of n under furrow irrigation.
Servicio personal, tributo y conciertos en Córdoba a principios del siglo XVII: La visita del gobernador Luis de Qui?ones Osorio y la aplicación de las ordenanzas de Francisco de Alfaro
Castro Ola?eta,Isabel;
Memoria americana , 2010,
Abstract: in 1616-17 an inspection () to the indigenous population of the jurisdiction of córdoba, , was conducted in compliance with one of the ordinances enacted by francisco de alfaro. this article analyzes this as a part of governor luis de qui?ones osorio's administration, which implemented some aspects of alfaro′s ordinances of 1612 sining at institutionalizing the relations between and . more specifically, this article focuses on the different forms indian labor acquired in the jurisdiction of córdoba and how it was transfered to the private sector, either through commutation of indigenous tribute() or labor arrangements for wages().
The evaluation of the development of the Danube-Morava corridor traffic network
Vemi? Mir?eta R.
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2004, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0402135v
Abstract: Traffic has the primary influence on the development of the Danube-Morava Corridor as a specific natural, geographically determined and stochastic-functional territorial system. The traffic network of roads railway lines and waterways along this corridor is at the very core of the Trans-European Transport Corridor 10, representing its most dynamic, most congested and highest-traffic section. The influence, namely the creative power of traffic, largely depends on the degree of development modernization and maintenance of the network. This work presents the assessment of the development of the Danube-Morava Corridor traffic network.
Spatial definition of the Danube-Morava corridor
Vemi? Mir?eta
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0501175v
Abstract: Position of the Danube-Morava corridor in its entirety and lateral links coincides with the Trans-European Transport Corridor X One segment of the Corridor VII and one internal lateral segment are attached to the Corridor X as well. That corridor as the main geographical route, and its spatial preferences supplemented by more intensive economic and infrastructural activation, represents the principal axis of development and integration of Serbia into her neighborhood in South-East Europe.
Theoretical-cognitive premises of national atlases compilation
Vemi? Mir?eta
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0602223v
Abstract: During the last 60 years, the awareness and need for compilation of national atlas of Yugoslavia have been present among geographers, cartographers geodesists and numerous other scientists. Even some funds were available for this purpose, but there was no realization. The political determination and consent between the Yugoslav republics were lacking. Moreover, there were no necessary scientific and expert potentials and knowledge for accomplishment of such a cartographic project, which is one of the main premises of atlas compilation. The aim of this paper is to point to the main theoretical methodological and technological premises of national atlases compilation and to contribute to broader scientific and practical overview of the issues of possible project of compiling the National Atlas of Serbia.
Servicio personal, tributo y conciertos en Córdoba a principios del siglo XVII: La visita del gobernador Luis de Qui ones Osorio y la aplicación de las ordenanzas de Francisco de Alfaro Personal service, tribute and conciertos in Córdoba in the early seventeenth century: The visita of governor Luis de Qui ones Osorio and the application of Francisco de Alfaro′s ordinances
Isabel Castro Ola?eta
Memoria Americana , 2010,
Abstract: En 1616-17 se realizó en la jurisdicción de Córdoba, Gobernación del Tucumán, una visita a la población indígena encomendada en cumplimiento de la Ordenanza 101 del oidor Francisco de Alfaro. Este trabajo presenta un análisis de dicha visita como parte de la gestión del gobernador Luis de Qui ones Osorio, la cual se caracterizó por la aplicación de algunos aspectos de las Ordenanzas de 1612 con el objetivo de institucionalizar las relaciones entre los indios encomendados y los encomenderos. Específicamente se aborda el problema de las formas que adquiere el trabajo indígena y su transferencia al sector privado como conmutación de la tasa o como conciertos por jornales. In 1616-17 an inspection () to the indigenous population of the jurisdiction of Córdoba, , was conducted in compliance with one of the ordinances enacted by Francisco de Alfaro. This article analyzes this as a part of Governor Luis de Qui ones Osorio's administration, which implemented some aspects of Alfaro′s Ordinances of 1612 sining at institutionalizing the relations between and . More specifically, this article focuses on the different forms Indian labor acquired in the jurisdiction of Córdoba and how it was transfered to the private sector, either through commutation of indigenous tribute() or labor arrangements for wages().
Possibilities and importance of using computer games and simulations in educational process
Danilovi? Mir?eta S.
Zbornik Instituta za Pedago?ka Istra?ivanja , 2003, DOI: 10.2298/zipi0335180d
Abstract: The paper discusses if it is possible and appropriate to use simulations (simulation games) and traditional games in the process of education. It is stressed that the terms "game" and "simulation" can and should be taken in a broader sense, although they are chiefly investigated herein as video-computer games and simulations. Any activity combining the properties of game (competition, rules, players) and the properties of simulation (i.e. operational presentation of reality) should be understood as simulation games, where role-play constitutes their essence and basis. In those games the student assumes a new identity, identifies himself with another personality and responds similarly. Game rules are basic and most important conditions for its existence, accomplishment and goal achievement. Games and simulations make possible for a student to acquire experience and practice i.e. to do exercises in nearly similar or identical life situations, to develop cognitive and psycho-motor abilities and skills, to acquire knowledge, to develop, create and change attitudes and value criteria, and to develop perception of other people’s feelings and attitudes. It is obligatory for the teacher to conduct preparations to use and apply simulation games in the process of teaching.
Problems and possibilities of using telephone technology in education
Danilovi? Mir?eta S.
Zbornik Instituta za Pedago?ka Istra?ivanja , 2002, DOI: 10.2298/zipi0204133d
Abstract: The paper explores the possibilities of using telephone technology in educational process. It is emphasized how valuable audio-teleconference and tutorial teaching are by means of telephone technology but skepticism is also expressed concerning the possibilities of using this type of technology in our educational system. The causes for such skepticism are mostly to be found in our economic conditions, inadequacy of material sources and technical problems i.e. underdeveloped telephone networks. Telephone technology is not suitable for work with a whole class. It is primarily intended for one-to-one teaching, in the USA most often called 'tutorship'. Accordingly, 'telephone tutorship' is the most widespread form of telephone application in the teaching process. When it is being accomplished, a student (user) has only to have a telephone at home or that public phone network is operating and he/she can communicate with his/her 'tutor', (teacher). 'A tutor' can be at home and communicate with his/her students or at a local learning center wherefrom he/she can communicate with a student. Students can also be at their local learning center or at home.
Maps and virtual geo-presentations in contemporary instruction
Vemi? Mir?eta
Zbornik Instituta za Pedago?ka Istra?ivanja , 2009, DOI: 10.2298/zipi0901211v
Abstract: This paper analyses the basic questions regarding cartographic visualization in instruction, where traditional maps, atlases and globes were considered only as simple visual aids belonging together with original objects and pictures, while cartographers elevated them to a higher cognitive level, labelling them 'eye of geography', 'sediment of the entire knowledge', 'philosopher's stone', or the very 'foundation' of geography. Maps were always required to be correct, comprehensive, clear, understandable, legible, to have nice appearance and format, which suggests the 'invariability' of maps, although the technique and technology change. Contemporary computer technology changed the cartographic picture in the form of virtual geo-presentations and geographic information systems. Through mutual comparison with traditional maps it is easier to discern all the aspects of their application in contemporary instruction. This paper particularly analyses epistemological, semiotic, methodological and didactic-methodical aspects of maps and virtual geo-presentations, with the emphasis on their perceptive possibilities. By introducing the teacher with the aforementioned aspects, they are demystified, didactic process is elevated and a wider application in contemporary instruction opens up, either with respect to content presentation or application of direct mapping through exercises, workshops, seminar or graduation papers. Knowledge adopted in this way influences creation of a higher level of creative thinking, that is, visual thinking.
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