Е. Likhachova, V. Palienko, E. Palienko, О. Кoshkariov, R. Spytsya. ANTHROPOGENIC GEOMORPHOSYSTEMS: ISSUES AND PRINCIPLES OF MAPPING

Ukr. geogr. z. 2012, N3:19-24
Authors: 

Е. Likhachova – Institute of Geography, Academy of Sciences of Russia, Moscow;
V. Palienko – Institute of Geography, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv;
E. Palienko – Kyiv Taras Shevchenko National University;
О. Кoshkariov – Institute of Geography, Academy of Sciences of Russia, Moscow;
R. Spytsya – Institute of Geography, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv.

Abstract: 

Current issues, principles and approaches to research and mapping of anthropogenic geomorphosystems, formed under different types (ways) of nature management have been characterized/described. The necessity to reflect spatial organization limitations of those geomorphosystems on special maps, as well as processes destabilizing their sustainability and functionality as well as information about their changes with scientific justification, monitoring and solution of ecological issues in mind has been justified (demonstrated/proved).

Key words: 
anthropogenic ecosystems, organization limitations, functionality destabilizing factors, sustainability, GIS, catrography
Pages: 
19-24
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