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

E-ISSN 2413-7197

Периодичность – 2 раза в год.
Издается с 2014 года.

1 September 01, 2018


Articles and Statements

1. Nikolai A. Bityukov
Hydrological Regime of the Territory of the Sochi Black Sea Region

European Geographical Studies, 2018, 5(1): 3-20.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2018.1.3CrossRef

Abstract:
In article results of researches of river pools of a various rank of territory of the Sochi Black Sea Coast, their hydrological characteristics, a mode and territorial distribution of elements of a river drain are stated. The analysis of geographical factors of formation of a drain has allowed to receive the specified estimation of spatial distribution of its characteristics taking into account the sizes and height of reservoirs, empirical dependences for calculation of an annual drain in the conditions of an insufficient hydrological level of scrutiny are offered.

URL: http://ejournal9.com/journals_n/1541682601.pdf
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2. Alexander Bolkhovitinoff, Viktor Krukowskikh, Oleg Gradov
Towards the Analytical Approximation of Weathering Forms based on Fitting of the Geomorphological Structures by the “Tafeln Höherer Funktionen” Profile Database

European Geographical Studies, 2018, 5(1): 21-31.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2018.1.21CrossRef

Abstract:
A novel approach for the analytical approximation of weathering forms is proposed in this brief communication. This novel technique based on different isosurfaces and profiles of special functions (such as Euler–Riemann zeta function, Jacoby function, Mathieu function, Weierstrass function, Hankel function, Auger function, modular elliptic functions, etc.) is a very effective method for prognostic geomorphology and physical geography, including simulations of the landscape relief instabilities, nonspecific weathering forms and geomorphogenesis.

URL: http://ejournal9.com/journals_n/1541682679.pdf
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3. Milka Bubalo-Živković, Bojana Kalenjuk, Tamara Lukić, Bojan Đerčan
Who Is Still Engaged in Agriculture in Vojvodina?

European Geographical Studies, 2018, 5(1): 32-41.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2018.1.32CrossRef

Abstract:
In the territory of Serbia after the Second World War, the largest percentage of the population was engaged in agriculture. Industrialization in the post-war period and intensive rural-urban migration have led to a significant reduction in the number of people still engaged in agriculture. There are some differences in certain ethnic groups. In some groups, larger number of inhabitants stayed in the countryside and were engaged in agriculture, while in others, there was more intensive abandonment of the countryside and relocation to cities or departure from Serbia to some other country. The aim of this paper is to determine which ethnic groups, according to the Census of Population in 2011, are mostly engaged in agriculture in the area of Vojvodina, at the time when the percentage of the agricultural population in the northern Serbian province is reduced to only 4.4 % or to around 85,000 inhabitants. The analysis used data on the agricultural population and ethnic groups of the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia. Detailed data by ethnic groups were obtained by additional processing of the data of the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia. Descriptive statistics were used for data analysis, and the cartographic method was used for the clear presentation of the obtained results.

URL: http://ejournal9.com/journals_n/1541682850.pdf
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4. Rüştü Ilgar
Fauna and Flora Biodiversity in Saros Bay

European Geographical Studies, 2018, 5(1): 42-49.
DOI: 10.13187/egs.2018.1.42CrossRef

Abstract:
As of 21st century, our world became globalized and the consumption of the world resources was constantly increased. Over excessive consumption of the natural resource also brings different type of environmental problem with it. Nowadays, the people are moving from more demolished places to less corrupted places, in terms of recreational activities. But, forcing the limitation of those boundaries will reduce the size and amount of the recreational fields. As a result of that, the governments of many countries take some precaution in order to protect the fields with rich biodiversity, flora and fauna. These regions those intended to be protected called “SEPA – Saros Bay Environmental Protection Area”. The diversity and richness of fauna and flora in terms of Turkey world constitutes an important part of the ecosystem. Approximately 12,000 species of flowering plants known to grow in the European continent, while in Turkey the number is around 10,000, 3 thousand of them are endemic, so swoop in and other countries of the world in Turkey. In addition, there is non-cultivated, plants are unique to Turkey 2.866 km 1.134 km2 marine area with a coastline of Turkey and under the protection of the Mediterranean holds in the first place. Saros Bay, which is one of 16 special environmental protection area in Turkey, harbors its rich flora and fauna with “a northern version of the sea” is known as. 209 species in the Bay marine plants, 108 species of fish, 2 species of marine mammals and 233 species have been identified in marine invertebrates the diversity of the marine ecosystem a total of 552. In studies on fish fauna in the Saros Bay, 3 of the 22 teams that belong to the class, belonging to 59 families are defined type 124. Among these, 28 species belonging to 15 families of cartilaginous, bony fish species belonging to 44 families of the 96. The number of species designated 107 Atlanta 124-Mediterranean, 12 cosmopolitan, 5 species are endemic to the Mediterranean basin, the number of. The variety of underwater life and crystal clear water attracting attention with its charm, welcomes 1 million visitors during the tourist season in bay. The diversity of shapes and a half in need, being an island, it had an effect on biodiversity. Bay marine and terrestrial biodiversity marine and terrestrial ecosystems created by the presence of ekotoon in much of has been effective.

URL: http://ejournal9.com/journals_n/1541682904.pdf
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