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Home / Journals / American Journal of Environmental Protection / Applied Ecology: Problems, Innovations
Applied Ecology: Problems, Innovations
Department of Geography, Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilsi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia
Guest Editors
Elena Lioubimtseva
Dep. Geography and Planning, Grand Valley State University
Allendale, Michigan, USA
Revaz Gachechiladze
Corresponding member, Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Dep. of Earth Sciences; Prof., Dr., Dep. of Human Geography at Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, GEORGIA
Georgia
Sophia Barinova
Institute of Evolution, University of Haifa
Haifa, Israel
Alexander Makeev
Knowledge Management and Learning Department, Eurasian Center for Food Security (ECFS), Lomonosov Moscow State University
Moscow, Russia
Dali Nikolaishvili
Department of Regional Geography and Landscape Planning, Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
Tbilisi, Georgia
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Authors: Nino Gokhelashvili
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Authors: Nino Tkhilava
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Authors: G. Kordzakhia, L. Shengelia, G. Tvauri, M. Dzadzamia
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Authors: Levan G. Tielidze, Lela Gadrani, Mariam Tsitsagi, Nino Chikhradze
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Authors: David Kereselidze, Lia Matchavariani, Vazha Trapaidze, Lamzira Lagidze, David Svanadze, Giorgi Bregvadze, Zaal Gulashvili
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Authors: Nino Sulkhanishvili
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Authors: Tsisana Basilashvili
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Authors: Hambaryan L. R., Nalbandyan M. A., Poghosyan A. M.
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Authors: Nino Kezevadze
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Authors: Melor Alpenidze, Zurab Seperteladze, Eter Davitaia, George Gaprindashvili, Tamar Aleksidze
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Authors: Lamzira Lagidze, Lia Matchavariani, David Kereselidze, Nodar Tsivtsivadze, Nino Paichadze, Nargiz Motsonelidze, Maia Vakhtangishvili
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Authors: Sophia Barinova, Viktor Gabyshev, Mariyo Boboev, Lali Kukhaleishvili, Olena Bilous
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Authors: Satbay Nurashov, Elmira Sametova
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Authors: Arnold Gegechkori, Eter Didmanidze
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Authors: Otar Abdaladze, Gia Nakhutsrishvili, Ketevan Batsatsashvili, Khatuna Gigauri, Tamar Jolokhava, George Mikeladze
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Authors: I. Kupradze, A. Jorjadze, A. Arabidze, T. Beltadze, K. Batsatsashvili, N. Y. Paniagua Zambrana, R. W. Bussmann
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Authors: N. G. Gemejiyeva, Zh. Zh. Karzhaubekova
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Authors: Gulnara Sitpayeva, Tansara Murzatayeva, Saniya Inerbayeva, Karina Makhmudova
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Authors: G. M. Kudabayeva, P. V. Vesselova, M. P. Danilov, B. M. Sultanova
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Authors: Gulnara Sitpayeva
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Authors: Dimeyeva Liliya
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Authors: Tamar Varazi, Maritsa Kurashvili, Marina Pruidze, Gia Khatisashvili, Nino Gagelidze, George Adamia, George Zaalishvili, Marlen Gordeziani, Mark Sutton
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Authors: Samofalova Iraida
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Authors: Lia Matchavariani, Dali Nikolaishvili
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Authors: Giorgi Meladze, Maia Meladze
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Authors: Mariam Metreveli, Avtandil Meskhidze, Feride Tchaidze, Julieta Jakeli, Dali Beridze
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Authors: Rusudan Khukhunaishvili, Marina Koridze, Marina Nagervadze, Ciuri Khizrevanidze, Shorena Gabaidze
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Authors: Giorgi Khomeriki, Giorgi Meladze
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Introduction
Ecological dangers and eco-risks are increasing rapidly and are becoming more and more public. Changing ecosystems also have the capacity to strongly affect human welfare. The complexity of genetic, physiological, behavioral, and ecological information required to address these issues is vast, requiring an interdisciplinary approach.

The main goal of the Special Issue is to share knowledge, experiences and research results of academics, researchers about all aspects of Environment Studies in general; to integrate the activities of groups working in different branches of Applied Ecology, which meets the needs and requirements of the world. This complex approach, and agreed recommendations, will help the sustainable development of the Earth.

Ecological investigation often has an individual and partial character and does not take into account the logical chain: contamination source --> air/water/soil --> food --> humans. While those ecologists contributing to the determination of environmental contamination are more or less active in their own specific field, we lack a complex and integrated approach involving experts of different sciences.

Against the background of global climate change, the natural environment is undergoing a significant transformation which requires an in-depth analysis of the problem and the sharing of international experience. Climate change and related problems - desertification, soil degradation, gas emission, coastline destruction, ecological disasters, eco-migration, etc. – affect the whole world. Therefore an investigation into Environmental problems is a special priority nowadays.

Knowledge created by this complex and integrated process will provide an invaluable contribution to the sustainable development of cross-cultural understanding and international awareness.

The Special Issue invites papers on the various areas of Applied Ecology:

Agroecology
Antropogenic Impact Assessment
Atmosphere Ecology
Biodiversity & Conservation
Bioecology
Civilizations Ecology
Climate Change
Coastal Protection
Critical Areas
Desertification
Depletion of Natural Resources
Ecological Anthropology
Ecological Education
Ecological Expertise
Ecological Migrations
Ecological Risk Assessment
Ecological Tourism
Ecotoxicology
Energy and Enviromnen
Environmental Degradation
Environmental Health
Environmental Law
Environmental Management
Ethnoecology
Extinction of Rare Species
Forestry Ecology
Geoecology
Glaciers dynamics
Hydroecology
Landscape Dynamics
Landscape-ecological Planning
Natural Disaster
Nature Management
Pollution Control
Rational Using of Natural Resources
Soil Ecology
Sustainable Development
Vulnerable Areas Problem Solution
Waste Management
World Ocean Ecology
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