Protected Natural Areas in SerbiaEditors: Lidija Amidžić, Slađana Krasulja, Srđan Belij (First edition)
Editors: Aleksandar Mijović, Srđan Belij, Slađana Krasulja (Second edition)
Coordination of updated information and text amendments for the third edition: Mila Ristić, Nataša Panić, Biljana Krsteski
Authors (third edition in 2017): Lidija Amidžić, Slađana Krasulja, Zoran Đorđević, Biljana Panjković, Dragana Ostojić, Srđan Belij, Vesna Habijan-Mikeš, Nedeljko Kovačev, Branko Kovačević, Erna Šehovac, Dušan Mijović, Vida Stojšić, Olga Miličić, Jadranka Delić, Klara Sabadoš, Bratislav Grubač, Goran Sekulić, Nikola Stojnić, Predrag Lazarević, Rastko Ajtić, Vladan Bjedov, Nenad Sekulić, Slobodan Puzović, Srđan Marinčić, Biljana Krsteski, Dragan Nešić, Dragan Pavićević, Milorad Kličković, Boško Milovanović, Sava Simić, Zoran Stojković, Saša Branković, Nataša Pil, Danko Jović, Vladimir Dobretić, Dejana Lukić, Jasmina Andonović, Danica Radujkov, Dobrinka Jokić, Jasmina Mijović-Magdić, Miloš Vukelić, Mirjana Popović, Berislava Ilić, Gabrijela Čeh, Verica Stojanović, Alen Kiš, Aleksandra Zatezalo, Darko Timotić, Dragana Petraš, Dejan Baković, Nataša Panić, Duška Dimović, Milka Banjac, Marija Trikić, Ivana Jelić, Jelena Marković, Dragana Nedeljković, Dragan Cvijić, Bojana Mijović, Aleksandra Brusin
Published in 2007, 2011 and 2017
Publication format 30 cm, 280 pages, written in Serbian and English
This book presents 109 protected areas and 11 protected species. In addition to the type of natural area (national park, nature park, nature reserve, landscape of outstanding features, nature monument and habitat) and the presentation of its most important features of bio and geo diversity, the book provides the information for each area’s classification into one of the ecological networks or the network of internationally important areas. Each area has been illustrated by photographs of its landscape, biodiversity of its species, geoheritage sites and authentic cultural monuments. The presented natural areas have been selected not only because they are most representative in their type and category, but for the fact that they display all the diversity of natural heritage of Serbia, as part of the richness of the world’s natural heritage.