Geography and Natural Resources
The journal Geography and Natural Resources publishes information on research results in the field of geographical studies of nature, the economy, and the population. It provides ample coverage of the geographical aspects relating to solving major economic problems, with special emphasis on regional nature management and environmental protection, geographical forecasting, integral regional research developments, a modelling of natural processes, and on the advancement of mapping techniques. The journal publishes contributions on monitoring studies, geographical research abroad, as well as discussions on the theory of science.
4 Volumes 13 Issues 191 Articles available from 2011 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
Regional Problems of Environmental Studies and Natural Resources Utilization
Reconstructing the landscape structure of the Lena-Angara interfluve at the turn of the 19th century
Zh. V. Atutova (January 2014)
The ecologo-geographical framework for the protection and recovery of taiga reindeer populations within the Konda river basin (Western Siberia)
G. V. Ponomarev (January 2014)
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