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GEOGRAPHY

ISSN 2227-6017 (ONLINE), ISSN 2303-9868 (PRINT), DOI: 10.18454/IRJ.2227-6017
ПИ № ФС 77 - 51217, 16+

MENTAL MAPPING OF URBAN SYSTEMS

Posted in 2020, GEOGRAPHY, Issue № 11(101) November 2020 | 0 comments

The increase in the social significance of cities makes it necessary to expand the tool set for their research. The author suggests the concept of mental maps and approaches to their classification. The research explores the use of this method in the study of an urban system. Based on the data obtained from a sociological survey, the author compiled mental maps that reflected the algorithm for studying the urban system, the perception of the image of its territory, and the attitude to the level of development. The study provides the description of the city, its territorial organization, and the problems and prospects of its development.

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TOURISM IN THE REPUBLIC OF BASHKORTOSTAN

Posted in 2014, GEOGRAPHY, Issue December 2014 | 0 comments

The article deals with the natural wealth of the Republic of Bashkortostan, the possibility and necessity of development of tourism in Bashkortostan, the problem of lack of development of tourism.

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GEOGRAPHICAL RESEARCH IN THE WORKS F. A. MAKSYUTOVA

Posted in 2014, GEOGRAPHY, Issue December 2014 | 0 comments

The article describes the geographical studies F.A. Maksyutov – geographer of the second half of the twentieth century .

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CARTOGRAPHICAL MODEL OF A SURFACE WATER OF THE NIZHNEVARTOVSK REGION OF KHMAO-YUGRA

Posted in 2014, GEOGRAPHY, Issue December 2014 | 0 comments

In this article it is considered – introduction of the GIS modern methods for association of materials about the surface water of the Nizhnevartovsk region of Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug-Yugra which is on different data carriers, having united in uniform cartographical model that allows to carry out monitoring, the analysis and the forecast, and so to use it for the solution of any geographical and ecological tasks.

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THE DEVELOPMENT OF SOLAR ENERGY IN THE REPUBLIC OF BASHKORTOSTAN

Posted in 2014, GEOGRAPHY, Issue November 2014 | 0 comments

The article describes the positive and negative aspects of using solar power plants around the world and the Republic of Bashkortostan in particular.

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MULTILEVEL ORGANIZATION OF CLIMOMORPHOGENESIS OF FAR EAST

Posted in 2020, GEOGRAPHY, Issue №2(92) February 2020 | 0 comments

The study of the nature of relief formation and the nature of relief as a whole goes at the planetary, regional, and local (topological) levels.

The goal of this study is to trace the specifics of the multilevel organization of geomorphological systems of the Far East against the background of contrasting and extremely contradictory natural and climatic conditions with a manifestation of continentality and oceanicity.

Materials – the paper presents data from long-term geomorphological and geoecological studies of the author in Chukotka and Wrangel Island (1957-1959, 1971-1972), in Kolyma and Priokhotye (1971-1972, 1974-1975) river basins, in the lowlands (1974-1979) and in the mountains (2007-2011) in the south of the Far East (in the Khabarovsk Krai and Primorye), as well as available literary and stock sources.

Methods – comparative geographic, geophysical, informational.

Results and discussion. The author studied the physicochemical and energetic nature of relief formation, the organization of relief-forming substrates, and the nature of the relief at three material energy levels (in relation to the territory of the Russian Far East).

The features of the organization (structure and functioning) of geosystems within the Russian Far East are predetermined by a special geographical position, a peculiar climate, as well as its very high variability in space and time.

Under natural conditions, against the background of hydrothermal fluctuations, the energy intensity of CMOs is constantly increasing and, obeying the laws of geographical zonality, maintains a fairly high level of climomorphogenesis, the spectrum of which includes energy-intensive processes with their inherent zonal and azonal, as well as local features dominate.

In anthropogenic environments (due to deforestation, plowing, etc.), the redistribution of matter and energy is catastrophically reduced, which reduces the overall energy intensity within the CFGO, and, therefore, CMO. True, in some areas, in particular, avalanche-like amplification is relatively energy-intensive and, therefore most significant for the rapid physical transformation of the earth’s surface of individual processes (physical weathering, debris and shedding, planar flushing, heaving, subsidence, soil flow, etc.).

The results of the study, according to the author, make a certain contribution to the solution of important modern problems, the relevance of which is determined by the demands of the theory and practice of geographical forecasting and natural monitoring.

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FEATURES WATER REGIME FLOODPLAIN MEADOWS WETLANDS “KARTAL LAKE”

Posted in 2014, GEOGRAPHY, Issue May 2014 | 0 comments

В статье рассмотрено – особенности водного режима пойменных лугов, условия затопления поймы, схема формирования фитопродуктивности лугов в периоды разного затопления поймы.

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THE DEPENDENCE OF THE SPREAD OF THE PONDS IN THE STEPPE AND FOREST-STEPPE ZONES OF THE BASHKIR CIS-URALS FROM HYDROGEOLOGICAL AND KARST

Posted in 2014, GEOGRAPHY, Issue May 2014 | 0 comments

This article reviewed the spread of artificial water sources on the territory of the Bashkir Cis-Urals, depending on hydrogeological conditions and karst.

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ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY PROVIDING ON THE MUNICIPAL LEVEL

Posted in 2014, GEOGRAPHY, Issue April 2014 | 0 comments

The article discusses the features of the development and implementation of environmental policy at the municipal level to improve the quality of the state environment. The authors analyze the environmental policy of municipalities and offer a measure to improve it.

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DETECTING DUST-CONTAMINATED SNOW COVER BY EPR SPECTROSCOPY

Posted in 2014, GEOGRAPHY, Issue April 2014 | 0 comments

A new approach to detecting dust-contaminated snow is proposed, which is based on estimating the attenuation of the ultraviolet (UV) component of solar radiation probed by magnesium oxide (MgO) powder exposed in a snow cover. The presence of contamination is readily detected by monitoring the attenuation of a sextet of Mn2+ impurity ion lines in the electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectrum of powder, the intensity of which is determined by the photocatalytic activity of MgO. Based on this property of MgO, a new method of estimating the dust contamination of snow is developed, according to which fine MgO powder is exposed in the depth of snow and the gradient of attenuation of the characteristic EPR signal of impurity manganese ions is measured. The proposed method was verified by comparative evaluation of the dust contamination of snow cover in two sites, one of which was situated in an open field and the other, near a motor highway. The results showed that the gradient of EPR signal attenuation in the depth of snow in the first site is lower than that in the second case. The proposed method can provide a basis for EPR monitoring of the UV transparency of snow, which expands the arsenal of tools intended for the characterization of snow cover.

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ACTIVIZATION OF TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN THE KHABAROVSK RESIDENTIL SUBURB

Posted in 2014, GEOGRAPHY, Issue March 2014 | 0 comments

The article highlighted the main trends of modern tourism development of Khabarovsk residential suburb and identified promising forms of tourism. The resulting materials were used in the development of the regional target program “Development of internal and external tourism in the Khabarovsk Territory (2013–2020)”.

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THE FORMATION OF ASSOCIATED COMPLEXES ON THE TERRITORY OF THE REPUBLIC OF BASHKORTOSTAN

Posted in 2014, GEOGRAPHY, Issue March 2014 | 0 comments

In the article describes the formation of attendant landscape complexes by the building and exploitation of ponds and little reservoirs on the territory of the Republic of Bashkortostan

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ECOLOGICAL CONDITION OF GREEN PLANTS GENERAL USE (ZNOP) CENTRAL AND AREAS IN VORONEZH KOMINTERNOVSKOE

Posted in 2014, GEOGRAPHY, Issue February 2014 | 0 comments

The article considers the ecological condition of green spaces and common areas of the Central Kominternovskyi district of Voronezh city. The dynamics of the green areas. Species diversity of woody plants. Conducted fitotesting urban soils.

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THE STUDY OF THE ADVERSE CHANGES OF THE UNDERLYING SURFACE IN THE DRAINAGE AREA OF THE LAKE BAIKAL

Posted in 2014, GEOGRAPHY, Issue January 2014, Выпуск Январь 2014 | 0 comments

The results of the study of the negative changes of land cover within in the bound of the Lake Baikal drainage area using AVHRR data are presented in this paper.

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EVOLUTION OF SCIENTIFIC VIEWS ON THE ROLE OF THE GEOGRAPHICAL FACTOR IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SOCIETY

Posted in 2014, GEOGRAPHY, Issue January 2014, Выпуск Январь 2014 | 0 comments

The present article is concerned with the evolution of scientific views on the role of the geographical factor. Scientific views on the role of the geographical factor. Scientific views on the role of the geographical factor in the formation of a society and social production from antiquity till present are explores modern tendencies in the assessment of the geographical factor in the development of a society are examined.

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CRITERIA FOR TERRITORY ALLOCATION AS AGGLOMERATION

Posted in 2018, GEOGRAPHY, Issue №10(76) October 2018 | 0 comments

The importance of large cities is constantly increasing nowadays, which is confirmed by the trends of the territories’ spatial development. Cities act as centers of attraction for nearby settlements, and together they form a single system called an agglomeration. In this connection, the following article considers theoretical aspects of the agglomeration formation and development. The spatial structure of agglomeration is analyzed. Based on the judgments of well-known experts and existing methods for determining the boundaries of agglomerations, key criteria are proposed. With their help, it is possible to allocate the territory as an agglomeration.

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STRUCTURE OF SOIL AND VEGETATION COVER OF TYPICAL TUNDRA OF THE TAZOVSKY PENINSULA

Posted in 2018, GEOGRAPHY, Issue №8(74) August 2018 | 0 comments

The article compares southern boundaries of the typical (middle) zone of the Subarctic tundra performed by different authors on the Tazovsky Peninsula. The structure of soil and vegetation cover complexes of the middle tundra is characterized. It is established that the southern boundary of typical tundra proposed by V.B. Sochava with account to the nature of the vegetation cover is the southern natural boundary of the clay soil-forming material. A large-scale map of the soil and vegetation cover of a model area between the rivers of Aneryakha and Ngarka-Lymbarysi compiled on the basis of authorial field materials and decoding aerial photography is presented.

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PROTECTIVE EJECTA BLANKETS OF THE WEST OF PSKOV REGION AS TOURIST OBJECTS

Posted in 2018, GEOGRAPHY, Issue №7(73) July 2018 | 0 comments

The issues concerning the possibility of organization of tourist excursions to the famous geographical places of the western part of the Pskov region, connected with the history of the formation of fortified ejecta blankets, are considered in the paper. Information on the fortresses of Opochka, Krasnogorodsk, and Velya is given. The role of such excursions for residents and guests of the Pskov region is shown in detail. One or two-day bus excursion trips can be interesting and useful not only for Russian but also for foreign tourists.

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DEVELOPMENT OF GIS STRUCTURE ON EXAMPLE OF SPECIALLY PROTECTED NATURAL TERRITORY OF LOCAL VALUE “DYNAMO PARK” IN KHABAROVSK

Posted in 2018, GEOGRAPHY, Issue №3(69) March 2018 | 0 comments

City parks as specially protected natural areas have great ecological, nature protection, recreational and educational significance. In the article, methodical approaches to the creation of the geoinformation system (GIS) are considered on the example of a specially protected natural area of local significance “Park Dynamo” in Khabarovsk. The structure of GIS is developed, which is presented in the form of a system of modules: administrative-economic, scientific, recreational, educational and commercial. The substantive part of each module is formed by experts in the subject area under consideration and is adapted for different groups of users. Practical application of the research results: improving the planning of urban areas, taking into account the ecological component, municipal management.

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DAILY DYNAMICS OF METHANE CONCENTRATIONS IN TAIL WATER OF RIVER DON AND TAGANROG BAY

Posted in 2017, GEOGRAPHY, Issue №12(66) December 2017 | 0 comments

The authors analyzed the observational data of the daily dynamics of methane in tail water of the river Don and Taganrog Bay of the Azov Sea. The greatest variability of the daily dynamics of methane was observed in the coastal zone, as well as in areas of active mixture of river and sea water. The maximum gas concentrations are fixed in the river estuary and re-estuary part of the Don River in windless sunny weather, in the afternoon time during the period of the maximum warming up of water, and the minimum values are recorded at night period. Any regularity, caused by the instability of the hydrodynamic mode of the Azov Sea, in the daily dynamics of methane in the Taganrog Baywere were not observed.

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