General information

Course type AMUPIE
Module title Siberian Environments, Geoheritage And Tourism
Language English
Module lecturer prof. dr hab. Jiri Chlachula
Lecturer's email
Lecturer position professor
Faculty Faculty of Geographical and Geological Sciences
Semester 2024/2025 (winter)
Duration 45


Module aim (aims)

Pre-requisites in terms of knowledge, skills and social competences (where relevant)


Reading list

Chambers, F.M. (1993). Climate Change and Human Impact to Landscape. Studies in Palaeoecology and            Environmental Archaeology, 303p.                                                                                                       

Chlachula, J. (2018). Palaeolithic of Siberia: Encyclopaedia of Global Archaeology (Claire Smith, Ed.), Springer  Science-Business Media Press, New York, 2nd Edition, Online ISBN 978-3-319-51726-1

Chlachula, J., 2020. Geoheritage of East Kazakhstan. Geoheritage 12(4),91 (2020).

Crowley, J.T. and North, G.R. (1991). Palaeoclimatology. OxfordUniversity Press, New York, 339p                                                                                                 

Delcourt, P. (1991). Quaternary Ecology: A palaeoecological Perspective. Springer Press, 242p.          

Dowling, R.K., Cowan, E., Newsome, D. (2010). Global Geotourism Perspectives. GoodFellow, Oxford.                                                            

Geography of Siberia:

Groisman P.Y. et al. (2013) Climate Changes in Siberia. In: Groisman P., Gutman G. (eds) Regional             Environmental Changes in Siberia and Their Global Consequences. Springer Environmental Science and             Engineering. Springer, Dordrecht.

Hall, C.M., Higham, J. (2005). Tourism, Recreation and Climate Change. Channel View Publications Rapp, G.R.,

Naumov, I.V. (2006). History of Siberia. Routledge, London and New York. 242p.

Warner, G.D. (1990). Methods in Quaternary Ecology. Geological Association of Canada, Ottawa, 170p. Wimbledon, W.A.P., Smith-Meyer, S. (2012). Geoheritage in Europe and Its Conservation. ProGeo, 287p