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Časopis WRM No. 1, Vol. 2

Prvi broj časopisa Water Research and Management Tom 2, je izašao 01. aprila 2012. godine.

U njemu možete pročitati:

  • Presentation of IWA Groundwater Specialist Conference 8-10 September 2011, Belgrade, Serbia
    Dimkić M. & R. Pavlović
  • Generalised Model and Framework of Analysis of Sanitation and Wastewater Management and Intrinsic Value Recovery from Wastewater
    Marjanović P. & C. Reynders
  • Methodology for Assessing Multiple-Coincidence of Flood Wave Peaks in Complex River Systems
    Prohaska S., Ilić A. & V. Tripković
  • Asymmetry in Some Morphological Characters of Indian Oil Sardine, Sardinella Longiceps Valenciennes,1847 Collected from Muscat Waters on the Sea of Oman
    Jawad L., Al-Mamry J., Al-Busaidi J., Al-Mamari A., Al-Mamry S., Al-Owisi K. & M. Al-Rubiey
  • Ecoregions Delineation for the Territory of Serbia
    Paunović M., Tubić B., Kračun M., Marković V., Simić V., Zorić K. & A. Atanacković
 

Časopis WRM No. 4, Vol.1

Četvrti broj časopisa Water Research and Management je izašao 30. decembra 2011. godine.

U njemu možete pročitati:

  • Climate Change and Water Supply - Consequences of Climate Change and Potential Adaptation Strategies
    Dr. Claudia Castell-Exner, Dr. Daniel Petry
  • Sustainable and Adaptive Water Management: Case Study of Water Management in Serbia
    Milan A. Dimkić, Miodrag Milovanović, Dejan Dimkić
  • Prospects and Limitations of Surface Runoff Quality Management in the Republic of Serbia
    Aleksandar Đukić, Dejan Ljubisavljević
  • Estimation of Water Balance and Water Losses in Water Utilities – Experiences from the Belgrade Waterworks
    Branislav Babić, Aleksandar Đukić
  • The Effect of Fixation, Preservation and Freezing on Certain Body Proportions of Two Small Pelagic Fish Species, Sardinella Longiceps(Family: Clupeidae) and Selaroides Leptolepis Collected from Muscat Waters, Sultanate of Oman
    Dawood S. Al-Mamry, Laith A. Jawad and Juma M. Al-Mamry
  • Fishing Circumstances on the Danube in Serbia
    Smederevac-Lalić Marija, Višnjić-Jeftić Željka, Pucar Milica, Mićković Branislav, Skorić Stefan, Nikčević Miroslav, Hegediš Aleksandar
 

VODA 2012 - Divčibare, 5-7. jun 2012. godine

Nastavljajući dugogodišnju tradiciju, Srpsko društvo za zaštitu voda – SDZV zajedno sa Institutom za vodoprivredu “Jaroslav Černi”, Beograd i “Vujić Valjevo”, organizuje 41. godišnju konferenciju posvećenu korišćenju voda i zaštiti vodnih resursa od zagađenja.
Teme Konferencije obuhvataju široki spektar oblasti od značaja za zaštitu voda od zagađenja, uključujući i problematiku obezbeđenja potrebnog kvaliteta vode za piće i kanalisanje naselja. Na ovaj način omogućava se celovito sagledavanje zaštite prirodnih voda od zagađenja i korišćenja voda za potrebe vodosnabdevanja, što je preduslov za pravilno sagledavanje i efikasno rešavanje problema.

Osnovni cilj Konferencije je promocija i publikovanje rezultata naučnog rada, istraživanja i studijskog rada kao i razmena ideja i iskustava stručnjaka iz oblasti korišćenja i zaštite voda. Podjednaka pažnja posvetiće se merama za zaštitu vodnih resursa, praćenju kvaliteta prirodnih voda, obezbeđivanju potrebnog kvaliteta vode za piće i sakupljanju i prečišćavanju otpadnih voda.

 

Časopis WRM No. 3, Vol.1

WRM_cover_Vol_01_No_02Treći broj časopisa Water Research and Management je objavljen 30. septembra 2011.  Sadrži sledeće radove:

  • Groundwater in Bangladesh: Implications in a Climate-Changing World
    Edward McBean, Andrew deJong, Bahram Gharabaghi
  • Managing Water Resources in Developing Countries: South Africa As An Example for Policy And Regulation
    Prvoslav Marjanović, Harmony Musiyarira, Chris Reynders
  • Comparison of the “Natural” and the Present Sediment  Regime of the Danube River
    Marina Babić Mladenović, Vasiljka Kolarov, Vanja Damjanović and Predrag Radosavljević
  • Fate and Transport of Metals and Particulates within the Roadside Environment – A Review
    Cory D. Lancaster, Marc W. Beutel
  • Indicative status assessment of the Velika Morava River based on aquatic macroinvertebrates
    Vanja Marković, Ana Atanacković, Bojana Tubić, Božica Vasiljević, Vladica Simić, Jelena Tomović, Vera Nikolić, Momir Paunović
  • Multi-habitat sampling method for benthic macroinvertebrate communities in different river types in Bulgaria
    Svetoslav Cheshmedjiev, Rabia Soufi, Yanka Vidinova, Violeta Tyufekchieva, Ivanka Yaneva, Yordan Uzunov, Emilia Varadinova
    Our third issue contains the following contributions:
    
    Groundwater in Bangladesh: Implications in a Climate-Changing World
    Edward McBean, Andrew deJong, Bahram Gharabaghi
    
    Managing Water Resources in Developing Countries: South Africa 
    As An Example for Policy And Regulation
    Prvoslav Marjanović, Harmony Musiyarira, Chris Reynders
    Comparison of the “Natural” and the Present Sediment
    Regime of the Danube River
    Marina Babić Mladenović, Vasiljka Kolarov, Vanja Damjanović and Predrag Radosavljević
    Fate and Transport of Metals and Particulates within
    the Roadside Environment – A Review
    Cory D. Lancaster, Marc W. Beutel Indicative status assessment of the Velika Morava River
    based on aquatic macroinvertebrates
    Vanja Marković, Ana Atanacković, Bojana Tubić, Božica Vasiljević, Vladica Simić,
    Jelena Tomović, Vera Nikolić, Momir Paunović Multi-habitat sampling method for benthic macroinvertebrate
    communities in different river types in Bulgaria
    Svetoslav Cheshmedjiev, Rabia Soufi, Yanka Vidinova, Violeta Tyufekchieva,
    Ivanka Yaneva, Yordan Uzunov, Emilia Varadinova
     

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