Man-Made Ecology of East Kazakhstan highlights studies of differentiation problems of natural geosystems because of anthropogenic impact. The systematic methodology of comprehensive ecological assessment of anthropogenic impact on natural geosystems and their differentiations on the level of technogenic conditionality for ensuring rational environmental management and environmental protection are discussed. The practical importance of this book lies in the evidence-based recommendations and actions for conservation and quality management of the environment in order to decrease the degree of anthropogenic impact and in prevention of degradation processes. The book is useful to the researchers, industrial, scientific, and other organizations in establishing the purpose of the problem and solution to environmental protection and rational environmental management.
1 Natural Factors of Forming and Development of Geosystems in East Kazakhstan
2 Technogenic Conditionality in Development of Geosystems in East Kazakhstan
3 Division of the Territory of East Kazakhstan According to the Level of Anthropogenic Impact
4 Geoecological Bases of Nature Protection Measures and Actions
Sairan Bayandinova is associate professor of Recreational Geography and Tourism at the Department of Geography and Environmental Management. Her scientific interests are in the area of technogenic ecology, and geoecology. She is an author of more than 70 scientific works in journals and conferences, including 4 education guidances in the Kazakh language such as Technogenic Ecology (2012; 2014), Tourism Industry (2015) , Logistics in Tourism (2016).
Zheken Mamutov is a doctor of biological sciences, professor. His research interests are soil science, ameliorative geography, processes of soil dehumification, adaptive and landscape system of agriculture. He is an author of more than 200 publications, including 4 monographs, 15 recommendations for production and 12 certificates of authorship.
Gulnura Issanova holds a doctorate degree in Natural Sciences and is an associate professor, scientist, and researcher at U.U. Uspanov Kazakh Research Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry and a scientific secretary at the Research Centre of Ecology and Environment of Central Asia (Almaty), Kazakhstan. Her research interest is focused on problems of soil degradation and desertification, in particular the role of dust and sand storms in the processes of land and soil degradation and desertification.