Some Aspects of Economic Geographic Views at the Geological Makeup : the Case Northeastern Montenegro
This paper discusses some aspects of the economic and geographic look at the geological structure of northeastern Montenegro. The geological structure of part all three groups of rocks metamorphic, igneous and sedimentary. When viewing certain kinds of rock and emphasized their economic importance. The considered area has excellent possibilities for development of mining, particularly as Berane basin contains significant reserves of brown coal and lignite (176.231.197 tons). Since metallic materials have be discovered bearing the following metals: lead, zinc, copper, iron and pyrite. A deposit of non-metallic building materials: gravel, sand and decorative stone. Northeastern Montenegro has exceptional opportunities for the development of industry, whose focus should be about n Berane coal production in the basin, which would cause intense regrouping and integration of industrial enterprises, which would undoubtedly affect the entire economic life of the considered geographic space. (original abstract)
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