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Selected Sites Vulnerable to Environmental Damage due to Conflict in the Balkans Region as of 17 June (PDF)

This map was elaborated by incorporating an image downloaded from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection web site with an ARC/INFO point coverage. The latter shows locations reportedly affected and having potential environmental impacts, and has been generated using a database built from various sources. This database is being updated as the situation evolves. Both layers have been georeferenced for overlay purposes. Refugee camps coordinates in FYROM were provided by UNHCR.

Major Natural Features, Biodiversity and Protected Areas of the Balkans Region (PDF)

The map sources are WCMC Web Site and Biodiversity Map Library, EUROPAPARC Federation Web Site and ESRI ArcWorld.

Location and Type of Targeted Industrial Facilities in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (PDF)

The base-map is from ESRI's ArcWorld. City/Town/Village locations are derived by GRID-Geneva form various sources. List of facilities provided in mission report.

Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant (PDF)

The map sources are Digital Chart of the World (DCW), 1:1000'000; Nuclear Power Reactors in the World, Referance Data Series No.2, April 1996 Edition; INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY (IAEA).

Relief Color Shaded Relief Map of the Balkans Region (PDF)

The color-shaded relief map of the Balkans Region has been created from the USGS-EDC global digital elevation model at a resolution of approximately 1-kilometer.
In order to soften the relief of the countries surrounding the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, a semi-transparent mask was applied on top of them.

Base Map Balkans Base Map

The base-map is from ESRI's ArcWorld.

Danube Basin The Balkans Region and the Danube Basin (PDF)

The map source is Atlas de Poche, Philippe Rekacewiz, Editions du Livre de Poche, Paris, 1996.

FRY Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (PDF)

The base-map is from the United Nations Department of Public Information, Cartographic Section, New York, 1999.

Protected Areas Major Natural Features, Biodiversity and Protected Areas of Yugoslavia (PDF)

The map sources are WCMC Web Site and Biodiversity Map Library; EUROPARC Federation Web Site; ESRI ArcWorld..

Targeted Sites Targeted Sites with Potential negative environmental impacts (PDF)

The base-map is from the United Nations Department of Public Information. The reported impacts were taken from the GRID-Geneva&BTF database, built from various sources.

Visited Sites Sites visited by BTF in Yugoslavia (PDF)

The base-map is from the United Nations Department of Public Information, Cartographic Section, New York, 1999. Other sources: Times Atlas of the World, London, 1994 and Atlas Géographique du Monde, Institut Géographique AgostiniNovara, 1995.

Novi Sad Detailed Map of Novi Sad with BTF sampling sites (PDF)

The map sources are Municipality of Novi Sad and BTF.

Pancevo Detailed Map of Pancevo with BTF sampling sites (PDF)

The map sources are Municipality of Pancevo and BTF.

Timok Eastern Serbia: Region of the Timok River Map

The map sources are ESRI's ArcWorld; Digital Chart of the World (DCW), 1:1000'000; USGS Mine Information.

Selected Sites Vulnerable to Environmental Damage due to Conflict in the Balkans Region as of 9 June (PDF)
Selected Sites Vulnerable to Environmental Damage due to Conflict in the Balkans Region as of 1 June (PDF)
Selected Sites Vulnerable to Environmental Damage due to Conflict in the Balkans Region as of 27 May (PDF)
NGOs/Partners Maps

Green Cross International

Map of NATO Bomb's in Serbia
Map of bombings on traffic sector (June 19, 1999)

WCMC

Yugoslavia: Forests and Protected Areas (PDF)
Kosovo:Forests and Protected Areas (PDF)
Western Balkans: Forests and Wetlands (PDF)
Western Balkans: Topography and Protected Areas (PDF)
UN Agencies

UN

General Maps
Map of Yugoslavia (PDF)
Map of Central and Eastern Europe (PDF)

UNHCR

Kosovo Crisis Update - Situation map
Other European Maps

UN OCHA

Reliefweb Maps - Eastern Europe and the Balkan Region

UNEP/DEIA&EW/GRID-Arendal

Presentation of Yugoslavia

WFP

Kosovo Crisis Map
Others

Spatial Plan of the Republic of Serbia

Agricultural Land Use

Forests Areas
Wildlife Habitat and Breeding Centres
Water Sources and Water Infrastructure
Metal Ore and Non-Metallic Mineral Resource Use
Energy Sources
Energy Supply Infrastructure
Pollution Distribution, Network of Centres and Functional Areas
Distribution of Industry
Road Network, Water Transport, Commercial Distribution Centres and Airports
Railroad Network
Telecommunications
Spatial Organization for Tourism
Environmental Protection and Protection of Natural Heritage
Protection of Cultural Heritage

EU/World Bank

Map of FR Yugoslavia
Map of Kosovo
Map of Albania
Map of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Map of Bulgaria
Map of Croatia
Map of FYR of Macedonia
Map of Romania

Russian Federal Hydrometeorological Service

Assessment of regional transfer of air pollutants resulting from a fire at oil factory at Pancevo .

Average concentration of benzo-a pyrene on the first day at a height of 1m.

Average concentration of benzo-a pyrene on the second day at a height of 1m.
Average concentration of benzo-a pyrene on the third day at a height of 1m.
Average concentration of benzo-a pyrene on the third day at ground surface.
Average concentration of ash on the first day at a height of 1m.
Average concentration of ash on the second day at a height of 1m.
Average concentration of ash on the third day at a height of 1m.
Average concentration of ash on the third day at a ground surface.

The Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection - University of Texas

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