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Published on 14 August 2021

UNDERGROUND RUNOFF AS THE MAIN GEOHAZARDS IN THE MOUNTAINOUS REGIONS OF THE POST-SOVIET PART OF CENTRAL ASIA

Lagutin E. I., Terekhov A.G., Usupaev Sh. E.

The purpose of this article is to present the results of a study of the mutual influence of groundwater flow and results of human activities in the upland and lowland areas of Central Asia. The need for research was determined by the serious consequences of anthropogenic activities, which in recent years have required the inclusion of these tasks in the category of national security problems of the Central Asian States. Such tasks include, first of all, the extensive use of existing water resources in the Syrdarya and Amu Darya river basins, which was reflected in the well – known tragedy of the Aral Sea, the pollution of water resources during peaceful nuclear weapons tests, which negatively affected the state of the environment in East Kazakhstan, in addition-in the irrational use of water resources, including groundwater, on irrigated lands in Central Asia. These and other factors have determined the need to develop capabilities for predicting the state of both the  aquatic environment and the influencing factors of human activity themselves. The solution of the problem presented in this article is based on the new fundamental scientific concepts developed by the authors, their own and attracted material of the results and is expressed in the proposed specific solutions.

CityTaraz, Bishkek
CountryKazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic
UDC551: 550.75 (575.2)
Issue2021, № 2 (Т. 13)
Key wordsCentral Asia, post-Soviet subregion, underground runoff, geohazards, classification, forecast schemes, anthropogenic origin of geohazards, development forecast.
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Tags: классификация, Центральная Азия, постсоветская субчасть, подземный сток, геоопасности и геориски, прогнозные схемы, антропогенное происхождение геоопасностей и георис, прогноз развития.

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