Further Reading

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Coldy ME (1990) Environmental management in development: The evolution of paradigm. World Bank Discussion Paper No. 80. Washington, DC: The World Bank. Dobrecov NL and Kovalenko VI (1995) Global environmental changes. Geology and Geophysics 36(8): 7-29 (in Russian).

Golubev GN (2002) Global Ecological Perspective-3: Past, Present, Future. UNEP Moscow Interdialekt (in Russian).

Hannah L, Lohse D, Hutchinson Ch, Carr JL, and Lankerani A (1994) A preliminary inventory of human disturbance of world ecosystems. AMBIO 4-5: 246-250.

Heinke GW (1997) The challenge of urban growth and sustainable development for Asian cities in the 21st century. AMBIO 8: 130-143.

Jorgensen SE and Svirezhev Yu M (2004) Towards a Thermodynamics Theory for Ecological Systems, 370pp. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Laverov NP, et al. (1997) Global Environment and Climate Change, 430pp. Moscow: Minnauki of Russia, RAN (in Russian).

Pegov SA and Homiakov PM (2005) Influence of the Global Climatic Change on the Economy and Human Health in Russia, 424pp. Moscow: URSS (in Russian).

Tolba MK, El-Kholy OA, El-Hinnawi E, Holdgate MW, and McMichael DF (ed.) (1992) The World Environment 1972-1992, pp. 884. London: Chapman and Hall.

Vernadsky VI (1998) The Biosphere, 192pp. New York: Copernicus.

Vinogradov AP (1959) Chemical Evolution of the Earth. Moscow: USSR Academy Scientific Publisher.

Vitousek PM (1994) Beyond global warming: Ecology and global change. Ecology 75(7): 1861-1876.

Vitousek PM, Erlich PR, Erlich AHE, and Matson PA (1986) Human appropriation of the products of photosynthesis. Bioscience 36: 368-373.

Zavarzin GA (1995) Circulation of methane in the ecosystems. Nature 6: 3-14 (in Russian).

Zimmerman PR, Greenbery JP, Wandiga SO, and Crutzen PJ (1982) Termites: A potentially large source of atmospheric methane, carbon dioxide and molecular hydrogen. Science 218(4572): 563-565.

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