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(geodiversity, geoheritage, geoparks, methodological guidelines, assessment, Serbia)
naslov.qxpIntroductionThe term geodiversity first appeared in a TasmanianForest Commission document, intending to describethe diversity of Earth’s features and systems (SHARPLES 1993). Geodiversity is defined as the variety within

atmospheric processes.There is no doubt that many geodiversity phenomena are mainly endangered by humans neglect, mismanagement, overexploitation and unplanned construction. Geodiversity is so diverse that is difficult todecide which

strategy, however,many researches should take place, including preliminary selection of important geodiversity sites, valuing geodiversity, assessing potential threats, and identifying general actions to prevent or enhance significant