East Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) twenty years later: Changes in land use

  title={East Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) twenty years later: Changes in land use},
  author={Branislava Draskovic and Nusret Dre{\vs}kovi{\'c} and Ranko Miri{\'c}},
The city of East Sarajevo is a newborn city, formed twenty years ago, after the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the area of the former southern and eastern Sarajevo municipalities. Changes that occurred in this area were not only administrative-political.Thepopulation moved from one area to another place, and changed in number and structure, which has resulted in significant changes in land use and land cover types. The aim of the paper is to analyze the types of land cover in the area of… Expand

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