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Specially Protected Natural Areas Of Regions Of The Southern Federal District Of Russia: Specificity Of Approaches To Management And Conservation

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  • I.V. Mitrofanova
  • G.I. Starokozheva
  • E.A. Shkarupa
  • V.V. Batmanova
  • I.A. Mitrofanova
  • A.B. Tlisov

Abstract

It is indispensible to pay a particular attention to the regional aspect of creation, functioning and management of the specially protected natural areas at the study of the natural resource use in the economic districts of Russia and some Russian regions. The share of the net of the specially protected natural areas is 11,7% of the surface of the Russian Federation. Under the conditions of a new geoeconomic zonation they create their ecological frame, play an important role in the solution of the problems of the conservation of the biological diversity at the process of the accelerating the neo industrialization of the economic life of regions. In these territories the maintenance of the stability of the natural area is provided with the help of special natural use and territory protection regimes. In the article it is shown which types of the specially protected natural areas exist in the Southern Federal District of Russia, their specificity, the specific managerial approaches are analyzed and variants of their modernization are offered.

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  • I.V. Mitrofanova & G.I. Starokozheva & E.A. Shkarupa & V.V. Batmanova & I.A. Mitrofanova & A.B. Tlisov, 2016. "Specially Protected Natural Areas Of Regions Of The Southern Federal District Of Russia: Specificity Of Approaches To Management And Conservation," Revista Galega de Economía, University of Santiago de Compostela. Faculty of Economics and Business., vol. 25(3), pages 57-68.
  • Handle: RePEc:sdo:regaec:v:25:y:2016:i:3_6
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