Environmental Resources and Constraints in the Former Soviet Republics

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Environmental Resources
and Constraints in the
Former Soviet Republics

edited by
Philip R. Pryde

Westview Press

BOULDER SAN FRANCISCO OXFORD

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • 1 - The Environmental Implications of Republic Sovereignty 1
  • Bibliography 22
  • 2 - Russia: An Overview of the Federation 25
  • Bibliography 39
  • 3 - European Russia 41
  • Bibliography 59
  • 4 - The Urals and Siberia 61
  • Acknowledgments 76
  • Bibliography 76
  • 5 - The Russian Far East 79
  • Notes 93
  • Bibliography 93
  • 6 - Estonia 95
  • Conclusions 107
  • Acknowledgments 108
  • Bibliography 108
  • 7 - Latvia 109
  • Bibliography 122
  • 8 - Lithuania 125
  • Bibliography 139
  • 9 - Ukraine 141
  • Notes 157
  • Bibliography 158
  • 10 - Environmental Management in Ukraine 159
  • Conclusion 171
  • Bibliography 172
  • 11 - Belarus 175
  • Bibliography 191
  • 12 - Moldova 193
  • Acknowledgments 203
  • Bibliography 203
  • 13 - Georgia 205
  • Bibliography 219
  • 14 - Armenia 221
  • Bibliography 233
  • 15 - Azerbaijan Zeʹev Wolfson and Zia Daniell 235
  • Acknowledgments 249
  • Notes 249
  • Bibliography 250
  • 16 - Kazakhstan 251
  • Notes 273
  • Bibliography 273
  • 17 - Turkmenistan 275
  • Bibliography 287
  • 18 - Uzbekistan 289
  • Acknowledgments 305
  • Bibliography 305
  • 19 - Kyrgyzstan 307
  • Bibliography 322
  • 20 - Tajikistan 325
  • Bibliography 338
  • 21 - Conclusion: The View to the Future 339
  • Bibliography 347
  • Glossary 349
  • About the Book 353
  • About the Editor and Contributors 355
  • Index 357
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