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soils of the Novosibirsk oblast". by Z. F Shadrina

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Published by Novosibirsk Oblast" State Edition in [Novosibirsk] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Soils -- Russia -- Novosibirskai︠a︡ oblastʹ.

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsS599 R92 N63
The Physical Object
Pagination42p.
Number of Pages42
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17027328M

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Chernozem Soils of Novosibirsk Oblast: Problems of Their Rational Use and Preservation Article in Contemporary Problems of Ecology 2(6) . Although Novosibirsk is the third largest city in Russia, it is not a center for tourism; most visitors come here on business. Nevertheless, there is plenty to see in the city and Oblast: the largest zoo in Russia, Akademgorodok science center, and a large number of museums and theaters. Ski resorts, Zveroboy cliffs, Barsukovskaya Cave, Lake Karachi, nature reserves and pine forests .   The ecological concept lying in the basis of the Red Data Book of Soils is outlined. This book serves as a scientific and legal framework for the protection of the soil cover and soil diversity. A network of specially protected soil areas in Orenburg oblast is planned with the aim to protect soil taxa included in the book. It is argued that the legislative basis of the special Cited by: 1. Hydrochemical characteristic of sapropels in Novosibirsk oblast Article (PDF Available) in Water Resources 43(3) May with 95 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

D. P. Andreev, S. N. Chukov, and V. V. Yakovleva, “Transformation of arable horizons of the fallow soddypodzolic soils on the sand soil-forming minerals,” in Proceedings of the IV Congress of the Dokuchaev Soil Science Society “Soils as the National Treasure of Russia” (Nauka, Novosibirsk, ), Book 1, p. Cited by: 6. million MOSCOW (capital), million Saint Petersburg, million Novosibirsk, million Yekaterinburg, million Kazan, million Nizhniy Novgorod () Sex ratio: This entry includes the number of males for each female in five age groups - at birth, under 15 years, years, 65 years and over, and for the total. note 1: largest country in the world in terms of area but unfavorably located in relation to major sea lanes of the world; despite its size, much of the country lacks proper soils and climates (either too cold or too dry) for agriculture note 2: Russia's far east, particularly the Kamchatka Peninsula, lies along the Ring of Fire, a belt of active volcanoes and earthquake epicenters bordering. The climate of Siberia varies dramatically, but it typically has short summers and long, brutally cold winters. On the north coast, north of the Arctic Circle, there is a very short (about one month long) summer.. Almost all the population lives in the south, along the Trans-Siberian climate in this southernmost part is Humid continental climate (Köppen Dfb) with cold winters .

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