Nestled deep within south-eastern Europe, Bosnia and Herzegovina lies at the heart of the western Balkans. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a mostly mountainous country, with mountains making up about 80% of its overall land area and offering a rich source of minerals, forests, clean water, and diverse plant and animal life. With peaks reaching heights of up to 2,386 meters, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s mountains provide researchers with unique opportunities to study environmental dynamics and ecosystem resilience.

An Introduction to Risovac, a Marginalised Location in the Heart of Grmeč

By Dr Violeta Santrač (Public Institution Veterinary Institute of the Republic of Srpska "Dr. Vaso Butozan" Banja Luka) Risovac is a remote village that was...

Dobrodošli! Welcome to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Land of Mountains and Forests

Join MARGISTAR’s Dr Bruno Marić in exploring the forests and mountainous regions of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the valuable insights into geological formations and biodiversity these landscapes offer. From the intricate network of valleys to the country’s diverse forests, read on to find out how Bosnia and Herzegovina's terrains serve as a natural laboratory for scientific exploration.

Meet MARGISTAR's Members from Bosnia & Herzegovina

Dr. Bruno Maric

University of Sarajevo, Department of Economics, Policy and Organization of Forestry and Urban Greenery

Dr. Violeta Santrac

Public Veterinary Institute of Republic of Srpska „Dr Vaso Butozan” Banja Luka

Prof Mersudin Avdibegović

University of Sarajevo

Prof Rahman Nurkovic

University of Sarajevo