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THE GEOGRAPHIC LAWS OF THE NATURAL AND ANTHROPOGENOUS SUCCESSIONS

By Arkady Alexandrovich Tishkov

Abstract

The object of investigation: spatial peculiarities of the natural and anthropogenous successions of the ecosystems of the tundra, taiga, oak-forest, steppes, deserts and high-lands. The purpose of the work: revealing the geographical laws of the vegetation successions and justification of the new direction of the biogeography - the geography of the different forms of the natural and anthopogenoue dynamics of ecosystems. The new direction in the biogeography has been justified, the conception of the successions has been introduced in the geographic investigations; the approaches to the phytoindication of the ecosystems have been developed, and the comparative geographic analysis of the successions has been given. The typology of the successions has been performed, and its zonal peculiarities have been revealed. The new approaches to the role of the biogeography in the solution of the practical problems, including use of the data by the successions the ecological restoration of ecosystems, monitoring, geographical prognosing and evaluation of the industrial objects action on the vegetation, have been developedAvailable from VNTIC / VNTIC - Scientific & Technical Information Centre of RussiaSIGLERURussian Federatio

Topics: 08D - Geography, 06F - Ecology, GEOGRAPHY, ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION
Year: 1992
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