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«European Geographical Studies» (Европейские географические исследования) – international scientific Journal.

E-ISSN 2413-7197

Периодичность – 1 раз в год.
Издается с 2014 года.

Number 1. (in 1 part) December 10, 2014

1. Nana M. Berdzenishvili
Revisiting the Demographic Situation in Georgia

European Geographical Studies, 2014, Vol.(4), № 4, pp. 136-142.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2014.4.136CrossRef

This article, based on copious material, looks into the past, present, and future demographic situation in Georgia. The author analyzes the major social challenges of modernity related to migration processes, unemployment, and, as a consequence, a decline in the size of Georgia’s population. The study also devotes special attention to social projects aimed at improving the demographic situation in the country.

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2. Nikolay A. Bityukov, Nina M. Pestereva
The Regime and Quality of River Waters in the Sylvan Zone of the Northwest Caucasus in Conjunction with Economic Activity

European Geographical Studies, 2014, Vol.(4), № 4, pp. 143-151.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2014.4.143CrossRef

This article, through the example of one of the country’s most complex and contrastive mountainous regions, the Northwest Caucasus, examines the regime of brook and river streamflow in mountain conditions and its dynamics in conjunction with the economic reclamation of forest ecosystems in river catchment areas. The paper provides the findings of a research study into the quality of slope run-off affecting the sanitary condition of mineral water springs. The author illustrates the patterns of change in the regime and quality of streamflow under the impact of economic activities.

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3. Alexander S. Bolkhovitinov
Approximation and Modeling of “Shark Tooth” Stalactites Using Griewank Function & Particle Swarm Optimization Approach (Short Note for Geophysical Structure Modeling)

European Geographical Studies, 2014, Vol.(4), № 4, pp. 152-160.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2014.4.152CrossRef

In this short note we consider the way in which a useful approximation of “shark tooth” stalactites morphology can be obtained with a very simple mathematical function. The approximation is not applicable for other stalactite morphologies, because this possibility can be used only in very special applications, where the solution (or approximation) process is complicated by the presence of some more patterning effects. We shall not consider this complicated question in this article. We only pay attention to the fact that some stalactite patterning mechanisms admit a simple geometrical interpretation in the frame of particle swarm optimization theory.

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4. Andrei N. Lesik
The Fundamentals of Typological Classification of Beech and Fir Forests within Sochi National Park

European Geographical Studies, 2014, Vol.(4), № 4, pp. 161-169.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2014.4.161CrossRef

This article, based on theoretical research into growth conditions, lays out the fundamentals of typological classification of beech and fir forests within Sochi National Park. Plants in the lower tiers of the forest act as indicators of habitat conditions as an active component of the forest coenosis affecting the flow of the forest formation process. The discovered interrelationships between forest growth conditions and the elements of the relief and productivity of forest vegetation have made it possible to classify the types of beech and fir forests by edaphic and phytocoenological attributes.

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5. Altynbek A. Zhakupov, Meruert N. Musabayeva, Gulzhan M. Djanalieva
The Natural/Resource Potential of Pavlodar Oblast for the Organization of Leisure and Tourism

European Geographical Studies, 2014, Vol.(4), № 4, pp. 170-176.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2014.4.170CrossRef

When it comes to resolving the issue of the use of natural conditions and resources for the organization of leisure and tourism, we suggest examining them considering the following aspects: the genetic basis of natural recreation resources and their link to major factors in the geographical environment; the present state of research into natural recreation resources and identifying criteria for assessing them; assessing and mapping natural recreation resources; approaches toward selecting sites for resort reclamation and issues in protecting natural recreation resources; determining the diversity of types of tourism/recreation activity and prospects for the tourism/recreation reclamation of natural/tourism potential.

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