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Peat bogs of the Russian forest-steppe.

N I P"iНЎavchenko

Peat bogs of the Russian forest-steppe.

(Torfyaniki russkoi lesostepi)

by N I P"iНЎavchenko

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Published by Israel Program for Scientific Translations ; [available from the Office of Technical Services, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Washington] in Jerusalem .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Peat bogs.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] N. I. P"yavchenko. Translated from Russian [by A. Gourevitch]
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGB628.55 .P513
    The Physical Object
    Pagination156 p.
    Number of Pages156
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL257053M
    LC Control Numberhe 65000026
    OCLC/WorldCa2161179

    Habitat: larch woods, mostly with a peat moss ground layer and Rhododendron aureum and Ledum palustre predominating in the understory, raised bogs, damp forest openings, valley meadows, highlands in the Sayans, Pribaikalye, and Zabaikalye. Flight: in taiga zone mainly in June, occasionally the imagines can be observed in May, July or August. The great Russian forester of the 20 th century, I. S. Melekhov, correctly stated that, "the work of I. T. Pososhkov has great significance for the history of Russian forest science and is convincing evidence of the independence of our national forestry." 2. iv The Book on Scarcity and Wealth was written in , but published in It is.


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Peat bogs of the Russian forest-steppe. by N I P"iНЎavchenko Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Peat bogs of the Russian forest-steppe. (Torfyaniki russkoi lesostepi). [N I P'i︠a︡vchenko; Mifʻal tirgume Peat bogs of the Russian forest-steppe.

book ha-Yiśreʼeli.]. Peat bogs play an important role in the functioning of the biogeochemical cycles of the chemical elements that are connected Peat bogs of the Russian forest-steppe.

book climatological and environmental changes, at least at the regional. Karadag Nature Reserve (Ukrainian: Карада́зький приро́дний запові́дник) (Russian: Карадагский природный заповедник) is a protected nature reserve of Ukraine that covers a portion of the southeast coast of the Crimean assing mountains, forest-steppe, shoreline and marine areas, Karadag is an area of high biodiversity Area: 2, hectares (7, acres; 29 km²; 11 sq mi).

Part of the Ecological Studies book series (ECOLSTUD, volume 10) N. Improvements in forest growth on peat-bog soils of the U.S.S.R.

forest zone and tundra. Moskva Akad. Nauk SSSR (Trans. Forestry Inst. Col. 36). Google Scholar —. Peat bogs of the Russian forest-steppe. Moskva. Akad. Nauk SSSR.

Google Scholar. Sjöors, H Cited by: 1. The ecological state of raised sphagnous bogs in the forest-steppe zone has been studied. Chief factors affecting the functional state and dynamics of. Kerzhinski Nature Reserve (Russian: Керженский) (also Kerzhensky) is a Russian 'zapovednik' (strict nature reserve) located in the middle basin of the Kerzhenets River (a left-bank tributary of the Volga), kilometres ( mi) east of terrain features extensive upland and lowland swamps, and is known in particular as a site for the study of beavers, and their effects Area: 46, hectares (, acres; sq mi).

The belt of old forest steppe or of continuous oak forest where the struggle has been brought to a conclusion with the victory of the forest, and the loess (earlier steppe soil) is occupied by it. This forest zone is now split into fragments owing to the extensive destruction of the forest by : Boris A.

Keller. As a consequence, this area possesses the most extensive swamps on the surface of the earth. In the middle Trans-Urals, large areas are occupied by peat bogs and, as a result of higher humidity, unique archaeological objects made from organic materials can be preserved.

However, the river network is not very : $ Degree of peat formation varies from to %, with an average of 1%. The area of peatland is up to 10 ha, the average depth of peat is about 2 m in the largest peatlands.

Left-bank forest-steppe and steppe region of small peat bogs. In the northern part of the left bank of the White Forest alternates with the steppe. Parallel to the Sphagnum-peat decline an open forest and forest steppe developed surrounding the bog. The complete disappearance of Sphagna from the area must be linked to a steady drop in rainfall, resulting in at least 50 mm deficit in the local water balance.

This could have been achieved by an increased evapotranspiration as a result of Cited by: 4. absolute elevation alpine Altay Amu-Darya Amur Aral Sea Arctic areas aspen Baikal basin birch birds Black Sea bogs boundary Caspian Caucasus characteristic chernozem clay loams climate covered Crimea deposits desert Dnieper east eastern European extends fauna feather grass flood plain forest steppe forest zone Geographical glacial glaciers.

surface of the earth. In the middle Trans-Urals, large areas are occupied by peat bogs and, as a result of higher humidity, unique archaeological objects made from organic materials can be preserved.

However, the river network is not very dense. The big transit rivers – the Ob’, Irtysh, Ishim, and Tobol – are. Peat bogs are widespread covering approximately 2–3% of the total land surface of the Earth.

The majority of peat bogs occurs at the Northern Hemisphere in the mid/high-latitudes, although they exist in other parts of the world [].There are 4 million km 2 of peatland in countries in total [].From the European Soil Database (v.

1), it follows that peatland in Europe covers an area of Author: Jana Růžičková, Marek Kucbel, Helena Raclavská, Barbora Švédová, Konstantin Raclavský, Michal Šafář. sphagnum peat bogs, and that the southern boundary of the breeding range passed through Tyumen', Lake Chernoye and Tyukalinsk.

At the same time Kozlova () granted the possibility of Whimbrel breeding in the steppes around Orenburg and Samara, since l•he ZIN collectiofi includes skins of males and females with brood patches collected on 7th.

an agricultural implement for primary tillage. The plow is the oldest soil-working implement. It is known from Babylonian and ancient Egyptian depictions, cave drawings in northern Italy and southern Sweden (dating from the second millennium B.C.), and actual finds in peat bogs in plow was used in China before the first millennium B.C.

Some species occur in portions of peat bogs covered with trees, others in swampy areas or exclusively in raised peat bogs. The species with small body size are dominant in European peat bogs. These areas are characterized by a high proportion of northern Palearctic-boreal and central-European montane species of staphylinid beetles (Frisch, ).Cited by: Some species occur in portions of peat bogs covered with trees, others in swampy areas or exclusively in raised peat bogs.

The species with small body size are dominant in European peat bogs. These areas are characterized by a high proportion of northern Palearctic-boreal and central-European montane species of staphylinid beetles (Frisch, ).

Oleg S. Pokrovsky, Ph.D. (Editor) University of Toulouse, Toulouse, France, CNRS, France Tomsk State University, Russia Irina Volkova (Editor) Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia Natalia P. Kosykh (Editor) Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia Vladimir Shevchenko (Editor) Institute of Oceanology, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow.

Mires of the former Soviet Union Mires of the former Soviet Union Masing, V.; Botch, M.; Läänelaid, A. This chapter reviews the literature on the ecology and geography of mires and their vegetation in the former Soviet Union.

In the “Introduction” mires are defined and the types of mire systems included in the review are described. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

A History of Russian Forestry and its Leaders. Chapter 3. Soil Science, Forest Ecology, and Forest Science "Before Dokuchayev, soil science was an empirical science; as a result of Dokuchayev's work it has become a broad natural science discipline." (B. Williams) "The forest and the soil must be studied simultaneously." (G.

Morozov). Geomorphologically, Ivolga Fortress is located on the edge of a broad and flat terrace rising above the floodplain of the Selenga River (Fig.

2, Fig. 3).The surface structure of the upper floodplain at the foot of the terrace cusp clearly displays the morphological evidence of periodical westward shifts of the riverbed (during floods) with the active formation of the meander cutting Author: Fedora I.

Khenzykhenova, Nikolai N. Kradin, Guzel A. Danukalova, Alexander A. Shchetnikov, Eugenia M. In the 18th century much of the Russian population of Siberia migrated southward into the forest-steppe and steppe zones.

In the late ’s and early ’s the first metallurgical enterprises of the manufacture type were built in the foothills of the Altai: the Kolyvan’ and Barnaul plants and the Zmeinogorsk mine.

From the late Neolithic period to the early Bronze Age, Kuzmina traces the evolution of the material culture of the Steppe and the contact between civilizations that proved critical to the development of the widespread trade that would follow, including nomadic migrations, the domestication and use of the horse and the camel, and the spread of.

The geographic range of 13 species from the subgenus Cuspidata in the East European Plain and Eastern Fennoscandia has been studied. Model maps for each species occurrence were constructed using geostatistics techniques (kriging method). Continuous coverages of 23 climatic factors were used in analysis also.

We used dataset that proposed by authors of program Author: Sergei Yu. Popov. ) karadagi, described from mountain forest-steppe (wood, ‘grass + Stipa’, in Tobias ) area of Crimea peninsula (Kara-Dag) in Ukraine, was recorded from several peatbogs of Czech Republic (but interestingly never outside the bog habitat at all, see Lozan and Tobias ) and from bogs of Tyresta National Park in Sweden (materials of Cited by:   Kazakhstan, officially the Republic of Kazakhstan, is the world's largest landlocked country, and the ninth largest country in the world, with an area of 2, square kilometres (1, sq mi).It is a transcontinental country largely located in Asia; the most western parts are in Europe.

Kazakhstan is the dominant nation of Central Asia economically, generating. Willow Ptarmigan also breed in the bogs found in forest and forest-steppe zones of Russia and adjacent countries. During the Pleistocene, their ranges bogs into arable lands, and/or peat extraction.

No attention was given to the fact that these [Red Data Book of the Russian Federation (Animals)]. AST and Astrel' Publishers. The former Soviet Union (FSU) was the largest country in the world and was one of the greatest emitters of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere.

At the end of the s and the beginning of the s the CO[sub 2] emissions for the FSU amounted to Pg. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. (S.) karadagi, described from mountain forest-steppe (wood, ‘grass + Stipa’, in Tobias ) area of Crimea peninsula (Kara-Dag) in Ukraine, was recorded from several peatbogs of Czech Republic (but interestingly never outside the bog habitat at all, see Lozan and Tobias ) and from bogs of Tyresta National Park in Sweden (materials of Cited by: Proceedings of the 15th European Colloquium of Arachnology ().

Institute of Entomology, Czech Academy of Sciences, České Budějovice, pp. ISBN Table of contents with separate PDFs. An ecological overview of seven years investigation of Braconidae, a family of parasitoid wasps (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonoidea) and a tyrpho-classification of parasitoids in peatbog areas of South Bohemia, Czech Republic are given.

A total of species were recorded in investigated sites, but only five tyrphobionts (%) are proposed: Microchelonus basalis, Cited by: [New records of Coleoptera for the Central Russia forest-steppe] // Euroasian Entomological Journal. Vol No – [in Russian, with English summary], PDF.

Issue ]. [In Russian] Red Data Book of the Republic of Mordovia. Vol. 1: Rare plants and fungi. 2nd ed. Saransk: Publisher of the Mordovia State University, p. [In Russian] Grishutkin O.G., Vargot E.V.

Rare vascular plant species on developed bogs in forest-steppe of Middle Russia. Botanicheskiy Zhurnal (2): – [In. It gives consideration to all the tree species such as larch, pine, spruce, fir, cedar, birch, aspen, oak, linden, willow; that are mostly represented in the Russian forests.

The book is intended. Considerable uncertainty exists regarding responses and feedbacks of tundra, peat lands and boreal forest ecosystems to global climate change.

Of particular interest is the role of tundra, peat lands and boreal forests in cycling and sequestering carbon because nearly one-third of the world's terrestrial carbon may be stored in these ecosystems. Peatlands in the Nordic Baltic region and elsewhere in the world store large amounts of carbon and are at the same time important for conservation of biodiversity.

Thus peatlands are space. Annex 2 GEOLOGICAL SUMMARY There are three major geological structures within territory of the “Yangan-Tau” Geopark: the East European Platform, the Uralian Foredeep and the Urals (western slope), which defines high.

(a) Geology and Soils Baseline Conditions Geology, Hydrogeology and Hazardous Geomorphologic Processes Ukrainian territory is situated in the south-eastern part of Eastern European platform, and the mountain structures of Carpathia and Crimea that surround the platform.

Mountain structures are part of the Alpine folding geosyncline region. It is characterized by great landscape and environmental diversity: steppe, forest-steppe, forests, and mountains.

In late prehistory, these areas were occupied by societies on different social and economic levels (nomadic, half-nomadic, settled pastoralists, specialist metallurgists), and different ethnic attributions (supposedly proto-Iranian.The paper presents a chorologically systematized description of all taxa of the Drosera L.

genus in Ukraine. We performed an analysis of environmental conditions, phytocoenotic characteristics and found new locations of sundew. We generalized the morphometric parameters and proposed a concept – “leaf roundness index”; and recommended including Drosera rotundifolia, Drosera x Author: V.

V. Konishchuk, O. I. Skakalska. Ecosystems 4(5): – [doi: /s; “A few species, such as Picea mariana trees on frozen bogs and Sphagnum mosses in thawed bogs, sequestered a disproportionate amount of peat; in addition, changes in their abundance following thaw changed peat accumulation.”] Campeau, S.

& L. Rochefort. Author: John J. Atwood, John J. Atwood, William R. Buck.