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  1. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    May, 2016
    Ukraine

    Scientific and technological progress and improve land relations, land use and organization of work makes the need for systematic improvement of forms and methods of preparation, training and retraining in the land. Training in the land - is the formation of staff knowledge and skills in a particular professional field, that training people who want to get a profession in the field of land relations and the use and protection of land and other natural resources.

  2. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    May, 2016

    Effective management of agricultural production in the Polesie Ukraine traditionally was complicated through the low natural land fertility, their high acidity, perevolotsky valley. During the centrally planned economic system that the natural contrast of the Polesie land had been somewhat neglected by the state through differentiation of purchase prices for agricultural products, which gave the possibility of redistribution of the rent in favor of the farms with poorer land.

  3. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    October, 2015
    Ukraine

    Proved that the methodology of the existing division of land by class as the main purpose formed in Ukraine according to the economic, social and environmental interests of society and citizens of different period of development. However, it needs to be improved, taking into account the provisions of land classification nomenclature CORINE Programme of the European Union.

  4. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    August, 2017
    Ukraine, United States of America

    In order to create an optimal land use model and reduce the impact of erosion on agricultural land, a number of land conservation measures need to be introduced. The most effective set of measures that minimizes the manifestation of water erosion in erosion-hazardous areas is the contouring-reclamation organization of the territory. This complex of activities combines a protective reclamation structure that interacts with the terrain and soil protection technology of growing crops.

  5. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    October, 2016

    The conditions of stable land use are highlighted in this article. The question
    of the territory of agricultural enterprises is considered as well. The characteristic
    of the type of land use is given here. The recommendations are shown on the formation
    of ecologically safe types of land use. In the terms of new land relations is important to
    resolve the issue of land use regulation to with stand landscapes against adverse natural
    and anthropogenic influences. The main instrument of the state, which aims

  6. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    October, 2016

    Possibilities of bee forage identification and mapping based on multispectral images
    have been shown in the research. Spectral brightness of bee forage has been
    determined with the use of satellite images. The effectiveness of some methods
    of image classification for mapping of bee forage is shown.
    Keywords: bee forage, mapping, multispectral images, image classification.

  7. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    October, 2015
    Ukraine

    The    formation of the agricultural land market and components of its infrastructure are considered. The condition of  institutional
    support of  turnover agricultural land is analyzed.  The preconditions for the formation of an organized land market in Ukraine are
    propounded.

  8. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    August, 2016
    Ukraine

    Planning and distribution economy with state ownership of agricultural enterprises, which were dominant in the early 90s the economy of the country, was unable to provide normal functioning of the agricultural land use in the conditions of transition to market relations. To switch to another economic system began a gradual process of transformation of agricultural enterprises. The result of this process was the change in the structure of agrarian enterprises due to privatization and raspaevaniya land, and appearance from small-scale farms to large agricultural enterprises.

  9. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    May, 2016

    Modern agricultural landuseof researched Tetiivskyi-Boguslavskyi nature-agricultural district of Kyiv region is characterized by high technological loading on the soil covering, associated with the transformation of lands structure and sowing areas of crops under the influence of market situations. The high level of technological loading on land resources causes the development of degradation processes, and as a result – reduced lands productivity.

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