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ISSN 2227-6017 (ONLINE), ISSN 2303-9868 (PRINT), DOI: 10.18454/IRJ.2227-6017
ПИ № ФС 77 - 51217

SIMILARITY OF THE RESOURCE CYCLES OF THE KHANTY-MANSI AUTONOMOUS DISTRICT AND WESTERN SIBERIA REGIONS

Posted in 2016, GEOGRAPHY, Issue December 2016 | 0 comments

Given the application of the theory of resource cycles, developed by I. V. Komar (1975), for the territory of Western Siberia. Using statistical methods, we study the similarities and differences of the structure of aggregate resource cycles Khanty-Mansi Autonomous district – Yugra and other regions of Western Siberia. Established that the greatest similarity of the structure of this region from Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous district, the smallest – with the Omsk region. The results showed that the proposed technique is quite efficient.

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THE DEVELOPMENT OF TOURISM IN THE ARCTIC

Posted in 2016, GEOGRAPHY, Issue November 2016 | 0 comments

Throughout many centuries the attention of researchers was drawn by the northern snow region. Now not only representatives of science, but also ordinary travelers and tourists go to the North Pole. Today tourism in the Arctic – one of violently developing directions in the last several years. An increasing number of residents of the different countries seek to spend the vacation going to exotic tours. The countries, that have the sector of the Arctic in a varying degree develop this direction.

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THE CONCEPT OF ECOLOGICAL TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN TSEY GORGE OF THE NORTH OSSETIA REPUBLIC

Posted in 2016, GEOGRAPHY, Issue December 2016 | 0 comments

Monitoring recreationally used areas within Tsey tourist-excursional complex allowed us to point out the main problem causing gradual loss of aestetic attractiveness of this natural territory: unplanned and initially spontaneous development and construction. Because of this spontaneity forests were on 4-5th stages of recreational digression already by 1980s. Therefore we suggest a Project of “circular” ecological path for unlimited visiting going along the periphery of the main developed area of the Tsey tourist-excursional complex. This path will go through beaach forest and will skirt main recreational objects. It will lessen recreational digression of the forest and create a general walking rest zone. A scheme of the ecelogical path is suggested which can be coordinated in agreement with all land-users.

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FEATURES OF USE OF FODDER GROUNDS IN THE TERRITORY OF THE NIZHNEVARTOVSK REGION OF KHMAO-UGRA

Posted in 2016, GEOGRAPHY, Issue November 2016 | 0 comments

Research objective is the analysis of use of fodder grounds in the territory of the Nizhnevartovsk region of KHMAO-Yugra. Problem of this research – to study features of use of haying grounds and cervine pastures in this territory. Floodplains of the Ob Rivers, Vakh and Big Yogan have optimum conditions for creation of a food supply which represent water meadows with high productivity. The cervine pastures dated for the pine and lichen, pine lichen and cowberry woods have rather high percent (56%) of distribution in the territory of the Nizhnevartovsk district. In general, the explored territory is suitable for farming, but it is necessary to consider that this territory is in a zone of risky agriculture, and first of all the risk is characterized by klimato-hydrological conditions.

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BASIC INFORMATION RESOURCES FOR OPTIMISATION OF THE REGIONAL LAND USE

Posted in 2016, GEOGRAPHY, Issue November 2016 | 0 comments

The article deals with the topical issue of using geo-information resources as a tool for optimization of regional land use. As an example, a system of GIS electronic maps “Mordovia” is described as the central element of which is a synthetic landscape-ecological map (LEK). The role of automated methods of spatial data analysis and modeling in solving the problem of updating GIS database is shown. It is noted that industry and complex maps forms a single information portrait of the region that can provide a solution to problems of the strategic landscape planning and forecasting of destructive processes.

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ONCE AGAIN ABOUT THE SINGLE GEOGRAPHY

Posted in 2016, GEOGRAPHY, Issue October 2016 | 0 comments

In recent decades, the geography is increasingly perceived as a purely descriptive, school area of knowledge, not related to the basic sciences. Many people, even serious scientists do not understand what the geography. Here you can select a lot of reasons, but the main thing is that today, the geography, as a system of separate geographical disciplines, has lost its object of study. As a result, it is difficult to distinguish between geography and other sciences.

Geography should return to its roots. Two main elements: territoriality and complexity should be the basis of geography. Everything else should go to the appropriate related sciences: economics, political science, geology, biology, physics, urban, demography, sociology, etc. In this connection the human environment should be the object of geography, while under the environment we need to understand the totality of physical, economic (anthropogenic) and social spheres.

Geography must study complex issues of the environment in various scales: from local to global. Among such problems may be the problems associated with the environment, the problems of sustainable development and rational nature-use, regional studies, country studies and other. Then the question of what the geography, we can safely answer: the environment in the given region. In this case, no one science can claim to be the object of research.

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