|Two forestry anniversaries pdf HR EN||5|
|ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC PAPERS|
|Stjepan Posavec, Ljiljana Keča, Sabina Delić, Makedonka Stojanovska, Špela Pezdevšek Malovrh||UDK 630* 666 (001) |
|Comparative analysis of selected business indicators of state forest companies pdf HR EN||7|
|Mirzeta Memišević Hodžić, Dalibor Ballian||UDK 630* 181.8 + 232.1 (001) |
|Morphological and phenological variability of Common beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in the international provenance test in Bosnia and Herzegovina pdf HR EN||19|
|Branko Stajić, Živan Janjatović, Marko Kazimirović, Zvonimir Baković, Snežana Obradović||UDK 630* 815 (001) |
|Polymorphic site index curves for Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in Central and Eastern Serbia pdf HR EN||31|
|Mirza Dautbašić, Osman Mujezinović, Dejan Kulijer, Adi Vesnić, Kenan Zahirović, Sead Ivojević, Damir Prljača||UDK 630* 453 |
|First record of Pyrrhalta viburni (Coleoptera: chrysomelidae) in Bosnia and Herzegovina pdf HR EN||43|
|Damir Barčić, Željko Španjol, Roman Rosavec, Mario Ančić, Tomislav Dubravac, Sanja Končar, Ivan Ljubić, Ivona Rimac||UDK 630*182 |
|Overview of vegetation research in Holm oak forests (Quercus ilex L.) on experimental plots in Croatia pdf HR EN||47|
|Toni Buterin, Robert Doričić, Igor Eterović, Amir Muzur, Marina Šantić||UDK 630*111 + 469 |
|Public health perspective of the impact of industrial pollution on global warming and the incidence of zoonoses pdf HR EN||63|
Although the impact of climate change on humans and the environment has long been known, less importance is given to diseases that enter the epidemiological gateway by secondary means. Zoonoses thus belong to a group of diseases whose increasing incidence can be associated with climate change and the creation of conditions for their spread.
This review of the literature revealed a growing awareness of the potential consequences of the possible occurrence of zoonoses caused by global warming, but despite this in Croatia such research were not recognized (yet).
With the hypothesis that climate change and global warming caused by industrial pollution and anthropogenic factors may cause a higher incidence of zoonoses, preventive solutions are offered which, with timely detection and epidemiological interventions, do not necessarily affect the occurrence of zoonoses.
What is more likely that we should not neglect is that climate change creates preconditions for different routes of transmission and spread of zoonoses, which, if the negative trend of global warming continues, could eventually affect incidence and prevalence of zoonoses – certainly in Croatia as well which from a public health problem outgrow into a global environmental-ethical problem.
Key words: Global warming; Climate change; Zoonoses; Industrial pollution; Anthropogenic factors; (environmental) ethics
|Branko Sitaš||UDK 630* 659 |
|Controlling of machinery in performing forest works pdf HR EN||71|