Demography and Ecology (NOD31O4)
- Level of study undergraduate studies
Ph.D. Miroljub Milinčić
- Subject status: obligatory
- ECTS: 6
- Semester: V
- Number of classes: 2+2
Training students to understand basic ecological and demoecological phenomena, processes and relationships in ecosystems, biosphere and ecosystems. Understanding the hierarchy of ecological systems, the interaction of the human population and the non-living and living environment and interaction between people, the attributes of populations and communities. Interpretation of the basic principles of functioning of demoecological systems of different rank. Mechanisms of adaptation of people to changes in the environment.
Understanding causality of demographic and environmental processes. Ability to interpret mechanisms of evolution and recent regionally differentiated demoecological processes. Application of practical knowledge in the field of human ecology.
Development of ecological and demoecological thought. Introduction to demoecology. Demoecological settings on the human population in the ecosystem, biosphere and ecosphere. Environmental determinism in the interpretation of human society - the environment. Population development and problems of state and sufficient resources of the environment. Natural components of the environment and distribution of the population. Ecological conditions for the settlement-based differentiation of space. Climate change and demoecological processes. State of the environment resource. Geospatial determinants of the quality of life of the human population. Socio-economic components as a demoecological factor in the distribution of the population. Ecosphere, biosphere, anthroposphere, noosphere, techno sphere. Ecological migration and ecological refugees.
Spatial analysis of anthropogenic impacts and functional relationships in different environmental systems: Demographic growth and availability (absolute and relative) of basic environmental resources. Analysis of urban and rural, national and regional differences in ecological rates.
Lješević, A.M, Milinčić, A.M. (2010). Demoekologija, skripta, Beograd, str. 1-178.
Lješević M., Janićević S., Jovanović B., (2009). Antropoekologija sa osnovama medicinske ekologije, Univerzitet Singidunum, Beograd.
Milinčić, M, Mihajlović, B, Šabić, D. i Ćurčić, N. (2010). Geoprostorne derterminante ekološke bezbednosti čovečanstva. Globus 41: 55-68.
Milinčić, M., Dimitrijević, D. i Đorđević, T. (2011). Climate Impacts on Environmental Refugees and Security in South Eastern Europe. Journal of Balkan Ecology 14(3): 243-253.
Dimitrijević, D., Makarov, S., Stanković, S., Milinčić, M. (2011). Resursi sveže vode i održivi razvoj, Treći kongres srpskih geografa sa međunarodnim učešćem, str. 183-192. Geografsko društvo Republike Srpske, Srpsko geografsko društvo, Prirodnomatematički fakultet Univerziteta u Banja Luci i Geografski fakultet u Beogradu, Banja Luka.