Atlas of Russia's Intact Landscapes by Dmitry Aksenov, Dmitry Dobrynin, Maxim Dubinin etc. (Global

By Dmitry Aksenov, Dmitry Dobrynin, Maxim Dubinin etc. (Global Forest Watch)

Approximately 1 / 4 of the world’s present wooded area sector is in Russia. Russia has retained approximately thirds of its anticipated unique woodland zone. Given its value, Russia’s forests play an immense function within the world’s weather. a brand new research by means of GFW Russia indicates that in simple terms a couple of zone of the wooded area quarter of Russia continues to be in huge blocks of road-less desolate tract – so known as intact wooded area landscapes (also often called frontier forests). this is often under the former estimate of greater than fifths. the hot estimate is gifted in an Atlas of Russia’s Intact woodland Landscapes and derives from a yr examine during which GFW Russia used satellite tv for pc photos and floor observations to positive comb the woodland region of Russia for indicators of disturbances via glossy land use.

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4, pp. 12 19. In Russian. , Turubanova S. The last intact forest landscapes of northern European Russia. Green peace Russia and Gobal Forest Watch: Moscow, 2001. N. V. Pozhary ot groz v lesakh Tyumenskoy oblasti. ] Lesnoe khozyaistvo, 1977, no. 7, pp. 74 75. In Russian. V. P. Fisiko geograficheskoe rayonirovanie Severa I Vostoka SSSR. ] Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR. Geogr. Series, 1956, no. 5. List of Reviewers Frank Ahern. TerreVista Earth Imaging, Cormac, Ontario, USA Per Angelstam. Associate Professor, Dept.

The Nature Conservancy, USA Eric Kasischke. Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Maryland, USA Vladimir Krespov. Director General of the Western Siberian State Forest Inventory Enterprise, Novosibirsk, Russia Andrey Murzin. Pacific Institute of Geography (TIGIS), Vladivostok, Russia Nikolay Sobolev. Leader of the Initative on Creation of a Regional Protected Areas System, Russian GEF Biodiversity Project. Member of the Council of Europe Expert Committee for creation of a Pan European Ecological Network.

Pacific Institute of Geography (TIGIS), Vladivostok, Russia Nikolay Sobolev. Leader of the Initative on Creation of a Regional Protected Areas System, Russian GEF Biodiversity Project. Member of the Council of Europe Expert Committee for creation of a Pan European Ecological Network. Moscow. Russia Ralph Ridder. , USA Alexander Sheingauz. Professor. Head of Department for Sector Economic, Institute for Economic Research, Khabarovsk, Russia Svetlana Shlotgauer. Professor, Head of the Vegetation Ecology Department, Institute for Water and Ecological Problems, Khabarovsk, Russia Wynet Smith.

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