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«European Geographical Studies» – international scientific Journal.

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Issued from 2014.

4 December 01, 2016

1. Yuriy V. Agarkov, Andrey Yu. Agarkov
Paleogeography and Lithologocal Complexes of the Late Danian Age Basin of the Western Caucasus

European Geographical Studies, 2016, Vol.(12), Is. 4, pp. 132-140.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2016.12.132CrossRef

In the paper we present the structure of the sections of lithological complexes and their distribution of the at a late stage of the Danish age. We define paleogeographic environment, position of the shoreline and the direction of flows in the flysch through, as well as distribution of island systems and surface elevation. Presented are the climate and the temperature of the marine palaeo-basin.

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2. Natalia K. Gudkova
Identification and Ranking of Environmental Impacts Intensify Geological Processes in the Recreational and Tourist Regions of Southern Russia

European Geographical Studies, 2016, Vol.(12), Is. 4, pp. 141-151.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2016.12.141CrossRef

In the study, we structured the set of consequences of dangerous geological processes and carried out ranging of the potential environmental and related socio-economic impacts of the implementation of big investment projects in recreational and tourist areas of Southern Russia. Matrix of environmental consequences of risk events can be used to improve the risk management in the implementation of investment projects in recreational and tourist areas of Southern Russia.

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3. Vitaliy G. Scherbina, Natalia К. Gudkova
System Approach in Environmental Risk Assessment of Suburban Ecosystems on the Sochi Coast

European Geographical Studies, 2016, Vol.(12), Is. 4, pp. 152-159.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2016.12.152CrossRef

In the paper, a methodology of the environmental risk assessment of suburban ecosystems of Sochi coastal area from the perspective of the system of environmental indicators is considered. For the purpose of the environmental risk assessment we use materials of study of ranges of natural communities’ digression carried out during the time period from 1991 to 2016. As integral indicators of negative changes in the environment we adopted 23 indicators of human impact, forest taxation, and environmental sustainability. The main method of the research is grouping of variation series of the populations within the five classes. The developed system of integrated environmental risk assessment supplements the basic principles of environmental activities in the ecosystems of the Sochi coast, aimed at their multipurpose recreational and tourist use, promotion and preservation of their protective functions. The system can be applied for the improvement of risk management and to minimize possible environmental losses.

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4. Le Hung Trinh
Air Pollution Determination Using Remote Sensing Technique: A Case Study In Quangninh Province, Vietnam

European Geographical Studies, 2016, Vol.(12), Is. 4, pp. 160-166.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2016.12.160CrossRef

Vietnam is a country rich in mineral resources, including coal, copper, oil, natural gas etc. Coal reserves, located mainly in the Quang Ninh province, have been estimated as high as 8.6 billion tons. Alongside with economic and social benefits, coal mining has negative impacts on the environment, such as air and water pollution. This article presents study on application of remote sensing technique for evaluation of air pollution influence on the mining area of Quang Ninh province, the northeastern coast of Vietnam, using multispectral image LANDSAT 5 TM. The results obtained in this study can be used to create air quality map, and to reduce environmental impacts of mining.

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5. Tamara Zubitashvili
Climatic Characteristics of Fog in Tbilisi Airport

European Geographical Studies, 2016, Vol.(12), Is. 4, pp. 167-168.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2016.12.167CrossRef

Based on the observations of fog at the Tbilisi airport, the authors calculated the probability of formation of fog and its average duration. On the basis of these data, there was developed a classification of complexity categories of the weather. Based on observational data, the authors calculated the probability of fog, its average duration, and, according to the developed classification, the category of difficulty the weather.

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