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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.

2 June 24, 2015

1. Tsisana Basilashvili
Ways of Mitigating the Results of Expected Disastrous Drought

European Geographical Studies, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 2, pp. 68-74.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2015.6.68CrossRef

The reaction of arid regions on global warming and anticipated process of desertification in Eastern Georgia is investigated. The statistical qualities of the Alazani river are presented for the vegetation period (April - September) along with runoff norms for hydrological section serving main irrigation systems. By using their dynamics through years the trands and tendencies of the changes have been identified. The figures are of scientific value and can by used indesigning and economic organizations for calculating water resources. By applying multifactorial model forecasting equations have been worked out for the Alazani water flow for the whole vegetation period as well as for individual quarters. The long-term prognosis allow rational and through planning of water resources utilization. Due to the warming trend, water evaporation will increase and the river flow will decrease, which will ultimately lead to the lack of water supply in irrigation period in summer. For the aim of mitigation of negative consequences of drought, a set of measures is recommended.

URL: http://ejournal9.com/journals_n/1435124910.pdf
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2. Elizbar Sh. Elizbarashvili, Sasha G. Khorava, Khatuna K. Chichileishvili
The Peculiarities of Climate Changes in a Coastal Zone of the Black Sea in Adjara

European Geographical Studies, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 2, pp. 75-82.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2015.6.75CrossRef

On the background of global warming, climate changes have mostly affected the contact zone of the hydrosphere and lithosphere, the coasts of oceans and seas. The sea level fluctuations and the activity of storm flow and thermal mode have had a significant influence on the complex morphodynamic processes in the coastal zone. The coasts of oceans and seas are distinguished by their anthropogenic significance and occupy 72% (except cryogenic coasts) of the world ocean coastal zone. The sustainability of sea coastal zone is directly connected with eustatic, epirogenetic and wave processes. In the modern period the wash-off area of the world ocean coasts and the increasing of intensity are directly caused by the above mentioned factors.

URL: http://ejournal9.com/journals_n/1435125003.pdf
Number of views: 1993      Download in PDF

3. Rüştü Ilgar
Determınatıon of the Amount of Heavy Metal on Peaches Grown ın Umurbey, West Anatolıa

European Geographical Studies, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 2, pp. 83-91.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2015.6.83CrossRef

This study is conducted to determine the amount of heavy metal in peaches which are grown in Umurbey lowland, Çanakkale. Samples, taken from the peaches which grow in different regions of Umurbey, are analysed in the Laboratory of Provincial Directorate of Food, Agriculture and Livestock of Çanakkale (Çanakkale İl Gıda Tarım ve Hayvancılık Genel Müdürlüğü Labaratuvarı) with method of wet decomposition by using Unicam 929 Atomic Absorption Spectrometer. As a result of the analyse, amount of six heavy metal, cadmium, aluminium, lead, zinc, copper, iron, manganese, and nickel in the peaches are determined. Depending on the findings, recommendations were made in sugestions.

URL: http://ejournal9.com/journals_n/1435125064.pdf
Number of views: 1986      Download in PDF

4. Goran Rajović
Organization and Activities of Migrants from Serbia and Montenegro in Denmark: a Case Study

European Geographical Studies, 2015, Vol.(6), Is. 2, pp. 92-110.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2015.6.92CrossRef

This paper discusses some socio-geographical characteristics of contemporary working forces migration from Serbia and Montenegro in Denmark, analyzed from the point of view of migrant organization and activities. At the beginning of the sixties of the last century, slowed down economic development of the country (former Yugoslavia), has caused the determination that the Serbian and Montenegrin workers to go abroad. Denmark was among those countries. Serbian and Montenegrin communities of migrants, although is not very numerous (about 8.000), is interesting for researchers, because in the middle of Denmark of which is dependent economically, maintain their ethnical or social identity. The notion of identity is complex and it is necessary to observe within approach that is more theoretical or framework. Therefore, there are two interpretations: one that are gave respondents, and other researchers. Important place in the identification of the Serbian and Montenegrin migrants findings in the family, relatives, churches, schools, associations and clubs, where they can develop their activities. Thus, they form a social network within the community and towards the wider environment.

URL: http://ejournal9.com/journals_n/1435125118.pdf
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