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      temperature [1]
      temperature and precipitation extremes [1]
      temporal and spatial stages of demographic processes [1]
      territorial reorganisation [1]
      the ethnic structure [1]
      The attitude that humans are separated from the overall ecosystem of the planet Earth and that their needs are primary compared to other living beings has led to the endangerment of basic resources (water, air, and soil), but also the irreversible loss of certain species of flora and fauna. Therefore, sustainable, i.e. balanced development should be the principle on which the development of all activities, including tourism, is based. There are fewer and fewer preserved parts of nature, and the need for travels to areas where the authentic landscape has been conserved is increasing. Sustainable ecotourism appears as a link between the need to protect nature and its conscious use. The doctoral dissertation analyzed the administrative area of Srem, which is divided into seven municipalities. An evaluation of the natural and anthropogenic potentials of the area for the development of sustainable ecotourism was carried out. In addition to the classic tourist valorization, the research also used land suitability analysis, based on the application of a geographic information system and analytical hierarchical process, intending to identify locations suitable for the development of sustainable ecotourism. The assessment was carried out based on five groups of criteria (topography, other natural features, protection of natural resources, accessibility, and community characteristics), within which 11 sub-criteria were defined. As a result of weighted overlay analysis, a synthesis map was obtained showing four suitability categories: most suitable, suitable, marginally suitable, and unsuitable. The results showed that suitable areas for the development of sustainable ecotourism are located within protected natural areas and in their protective zones. On the other hand, in some municipalities, suitable locations are also found outside the mentioned zones, in areas where nature is still preserved and where there are attractive natural and cultural resources. According to the obtained results, potential tourism products of the district and associated municipalities were proposed. Furthermore, the existing development challenges and opportunities for overcoming them were highlighted. Keywords: evaluation, sustainable ecotourism, land suitability analysis, GIS-AHP, Srem [1]
      The Belgrade Settlement [1]
      the concept of sustainable development [1]
      the Republic of Srpska [1]
      the river basins of Valjevo mountains [1]
      the role [1]
      The Roma [1]
      the value of the environment [1]
      Thornthwaite [1]
      time series analysis [1]
      Timocka krajina region [1]
      Timok River basin [1]
      tipоvi pоrоdicа [1]
      tourism [4]
      tourism and tourist region [1]