DOI: 
10.22389/0016-7126-2020-958-4-51-64
1 Bardash A.V.
2 Kalihman T.P.
Year: 
№: 
958
Pages: 
51-64

Sochava Institute of Geography SB RAS

1, 
2, 
Abstract:
The activities of functioning and planning new transboundary protected natural territories inevitably require the availability and quality of cartographic rationale for the countries participating in the process. In many cases, the low involvement of near-border areas into economic activity provides a sufficient degree of ecosystem protection. The possibility of organizing transboundary specially protected natural areas appears in territories most significant in the view of preserving the natural diversity, adjacent to the borders of neighboring states, where arranging specially protected natural areas is extremely actual. The authors consider the task of applying the cartographic rationale at creating transboundary specially protected natural areas by the example of five territories operating at the beginning of 2019 in accordance with the concluded interstate agreements: “Altai”, “Dauria”, “Sources of Amur”, “Lake Khanka” and “Ubsunur Depression”. 10 planned transboundary areas with the following countries neighboring the Asian part of Russia are represented: Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia, North Korea, Japan, and the USA.
References: 
1.   V Ulan-Batore podpisano soglashenie o sozdanii transgranichnogo rezervata «Istoki Amura». URL: http://savesteppe.org/ru/archives/11565 (accessed: 22.01.2019).
2.   Kalikhman T. P., Bardash A. V., Bogdanov V. N., Ogorodnikova L. Yu., Klimina E. M., Bocharnikov V. N. Osobo okhranyaemye prirodnye territorii Dal'nevostochnogo federal'nogo okruga. Atlas. Irkutsk: Izd-vo Instituta geografii im. V. B. Sochavy SO RAN, 2018, 588 p.
3.   Kalikhman T. P., Bogdanov V. N., Ogorodnikova L. Yu. Osobo ohranyaemye prirodnye territorii Sibirskogo federalnogo okruga. Atlas. Irkutsk: Izd-vo «Ottisk», 2012, 384 p.
4.   Kirilyuk O. K., Goroshko O. A., Kirilyuk V. E. Mezhdunarodnyi zapovednik «Dauriya»: 10 let sotrudnichestva. Chita: Ekspress-izdatel'stvo, 2006, 60 p.
5.   Krasnoyarova B. A., Orlova I. V., Rybkina I. D. Transgranichnaya biosfernaya territoriya (TBT) «Altai»: neobkhodimost' i vozmozhnost' sozdaniya. Polzunovskii vestnik, 2004, no. 2, pp. 30–38.
6.   Pavlov D. S., Rozhnov V. V. Chto takoe «tekhnologii sokhraneniya redkikh vidov»?. Tekhnologii sokhraneniya redkikh vidov: Materialy nauch. konf. (21–23 noyabrya 2011 g.), Moskva: Tovarishchestvo nauchnykh izdanii KMK, 2011, pp. 45.
7.   Savenkova T. P. Okhranyaemye prirodnye territorii basseina ozera Baikal. Atlas. Irkutsk: Ottisk, 2002, 96 p.
8.   Savenkova T. P. Prirodnye parki v granitsakh Baikal'skoi prirodnoi territorii. Zapovednoe delo: problemy okhrany i ekologicheskoi restavratsii stepnykh ekosistem, Orenburg, 2004, pp. 163–166.
9.   Savenkova T. P., Oyuungerel B. Transgranichnye okhranyaemye prirodnye territorii Baikal'skogo regiona. Problemy transgranichnykh territorii, Vladivostok: Izd-vo Tikhookeanskogo instituta geografii DVO RAN, 2004, pp. 343–346.
10.   TBR “Bolshoi Altai”. Gosudarstvnnyi prirodnyi biosfernyi zapovednik «Katunskii» [Ofitsial'nyi sait], URL: http://katunskiy.ru/com_content-article-2/biosfernyiy-rezervat/tbr-bolshoy-altay--1 (accessed: 25.01.2019).
11.   Ulsyn TKhGN-iin medeelliin san (Natsional'naya baza dannykh gosudarstvennykh okhranyaemykh prirodnykh territorii. Mongoliya). URL: https://www.eic.mn/spa/ (accessed: 23.01.2019).
12.   Discover the world’s protected areas. URL: www.protectedplanet.net (accessed: 25.01.2019).
13.   National Park Service. National Preserve Alaska. URL: www.nps.gov/bela/index.htm (accessed: 05.04.2019).
14.   大雪山国立公園 (Daisetsuzan National Park). URL: www.daisetsuzan.or.jp (accessed: 25.01.2019).
15.   環境省 (Ministry of the Environment of Japan). URL: www.env.go.jp/en/nature/nps/park/parks/akan_2.html (accessed: 27.03.2019).
16.   国家林业和草原管理和国家公园管理 (National Forestry and Rangeland Administration and National Park Administration of China). URL: www.forestry.gov.cn (accessed: 01.02.2019).
Citation:
Bardash A.V., 
Kalihman T.P., 
(2020) Cartographic rationale of protecting the transboundary territorial nature in Siberia and Far East. Geodesy and cartography = Geodezia i Kartografia, 958(4), pp. 51-64. (In Russian). DOI: 10.22389/0016-7126-2020-958-4-51-64
Publication History
Received: 18.09.2019
Accepted: 15.01.2020
Published: 20.05.2020

Content

2020 April DOI:
10.22389/0016-7126-2020-958-4

QR-code page

QR-код страницы