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Gnezditvena gostota velikega skovika Otus scops v naseljih otoka Brača (srednja Dalmacija)

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stratigraphy the Island of Brač within the geodynamic evolution of the Adriatic carbonate platform. Djela Jugoslavenske Akademije Znanosti i Umjetnosti, Razred prirodnih znanosti Knj. 69, 1-60. Heba G. 1997: Faciès, diagenèse et cycles sédimentaires des carbonates de la plate-forme de Kruja (Albanie) au Crétacé terminal. DEA. Université de Lille 1, 1-50. Heba G. & Prichonnet G. 2006: L'intervalle Crétacé terminal-Éocène de la marge passive d'Apulie en Albanie (Massifs de Kruje-Dajt et de Makareshi, Zone de Kruja): Faciès, organismes et cycles sédimentaires d'une plate


First exact records of Mediterranean Mantis, Iris oratoria (Linnaeus, 1758) (Dictyoptera: Mantodea: Tarachodidae), in Croatia are reported based on specimens collected on Korčula Island in 1960s and on Brač Island in 2011. Additional records of I. oratoria from France, Greece, Spain and Turkey found in the collections of National Museum, Praha and Moravian Museum, Brno, are included.

Contribution to the diversity of soil mites (Acari, Gamasida) in southern Croatia (Dalmatia), with some ecological and zoogeographical notes

The species diversity of soil gamasid mites (Acari) in southern Croatia (Dalmatia) was studied in August 2002. In the Krka National Park, Brač Island, and near the town of Makarska, 320 samples were collected from various microhabitats: soil, grass and moss ground cover, wet moss, needle litter, moss covering tree trunks, and decaying wood). Altogether, 2097 mites of 56 gamasid species were recorded. Dominant species were: Polyaspis patavinus (Brač Island), Zercon fageticola (Makarska), and Cheiroseius serratus (Krka National Park). Analyses of ecological preferences and zoogeographic distribution were made for Polyaspis patavinus, Cheiroseius serratus, Zercon fageticola, Z. berlesei, Z. athiasi, Asca nova and A. aphidioides.

Influence of the Climate Policy of the European Union on the Competitiveness of Pollution-generating Sectors of the Polish Economy in the Context of Sustainable Development

The text analyses the influence of the EU climate policy on the competitiveness pollution-generating of sectors of the Polish economy. Study of literature and the results of the questionnaire survey, carried out in 2008 in enterprises located in Poland and representing the steel, glass, aluminium and cement industries became a basis for formulating conclusions concerning the consequences of the climate policy already implemented and planned after 2012.

The EU climate policy, particularly the common system of emission allowances trade, makes the enterprises face new developmental barriers. The expected increase in production costs will not only slow down the production dynamics, but may also entail lowering the competitiveness of Polish companies compared to companies from outside the EU, to which the greenhouse gasses emission limits do not apply. Adverse consequences for employment and for regional development should also be considered indisputable. If that was accompanied by an emission leakage outside the EU, achieving the global purposes of the climate policy would also become questionable.

The businesses surveyed represent industries which are pollution generators by their nature and even ecologically-oriented technological progress is incapable of ensuring considerable emission reductions without general switching of the economy to renewable energy sources.