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Землеустрій, кадастр і моніторинг земель
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ISSN (Print) 2306-1677 - ISSN (Online) 2518-7325
Published by National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine Homepage  [2 journals]
  • THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES OF LAND MANAGEMENT PROCESS

    • Authors: А. M. Tretiak, Y. М. Dorosh, I. Р. Kupriyanchyk
      Pages: 3 - 13
      Abstract: It is substantiated that the basis of the theory of land management is its functions: provision of all interested persons with objective information on the regulation of relations and elaboration of rules for the coordination of state, public and private land interests in the system of land resources management and land use.Keywords. Land management, land management process, land management project, land management procedures, land management activities.
      PubDate: 2018-02-08
       
  • PROBLEMMING OF FORMATION OF LANDLINES OF TERRITORIAL COMMUNITIES IN THE
           CONDITIONS OF DECENTRALIZATION OF THE POWER

    • Authors: Т. М. Priadka, O. I. Drebot, N. V. Komarova
      Pages: 14 - 20
      Abstract: One of the main tasks of the decentralization reform is to strengthen the role of
      territorial communities with the provision of their right to dispose of land, both within
      and outside settlements. The article analyzes the tendencies of decentralization of
      power in the Kyiv region.
      Keywords. Decentralization of power, management of land resources, united territorial
      community, problems of modern land use.
      PubDate: 2018-02-08
       
  • PROBLEMS OF CONCEPTUAL APPARATUS IN ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS: RELATIONSHIP
           BETWEEN THE SYSTEMS AND MECHANISM OF LAND USE

    • Authors: A. Martyn, A. Barvinsky, R. Tykhenko
      Pages: 21 - 28
      Abstract: The analysis of the relation between categories "system" and "mechanism" and their use in the economy of land use is given. It is shown that the ecological-economic mechanism is an important component of the land use system and the main tool for the realization of its functions.Key words: mechanism, system, land use economics, category, tool, terminology.
      PubDate: 2018-02-08
       
  • ECOLOGICAL BASES OF FORMATION OF THE LAND USE OF THE TERRITORIES OF THE
           NATURAL RESERVOIR FUND IN THE COMPOSITION OF ECOLOGICAL NETWORK OF UKRAINE
           

    • Authors: I. Hetmanchik, L. Hunko, I. Kolhanova
      Pages: 29 - 36
      Abstract: The article highlights ecological and economic measures on the formation of land use
      territories of the nature reserve fund within the ecological network of Ukraine, its current
      state and problems, as well as directions of improvement. These measures are directed
      towards the balanced provision of the needs of the population and sectors of the economy
      with land resources, rational use and protection of lands, preservation of landscape and
      biodiversity, creation of environmentally safe living conditions of the population and
      economic activity and protection of land from depletion, degradation and pollution.
      Key words. Ecological network, landscape, natural reserve fund, sustainable land use,
      biota.
      PubDate: 2018-02-08
       
  • ORGANIZATIONAL AND ECONOMIC MECHANISM ON THE SUSTAINABLE USE STIMULATION
           OF AGRICULTURAL APPOINTMENT LAND

    • Authors: O. Atamaniuk, H. Hreshchuk
      Pages: 37 - 45
      Abstract: It is well-known that the use of incentives should lead to an improvement of the existing economic, environmental and social status, to raising the level of economic indicators for the benefit of the person who provides incentives and who is the object of stimulation. The current socio-economic conditions dictate the need to find effective forms of land management and rational land use management, correcting mistakes and resolving existing issues. This is possible only after all agricultural land use is fully provided with the necessary land management works. These issues can be solved by implementing the planning documents for the development of territories (national, regional, local, etc.). They put in place an algorithm of action to address the issue, but the greatest advantage of the proposed development program is the possibility of developing a land management process on agricultural lands. Clear financing of development programs, allows to ensure the implementation of the outlined plans for the implementation of land management works that are necessary on agricultural land. But in the context of the limited economic opportunities of Ukraine, the financing of land management measures provided for by the program should be only partially depending on the possibilities and level of environmental issues of land use.Keywords: agricultural appointment land, sustainable use, stimulation, land management mechanism, development program, land management. 
      PubDate: 2018-02-08
       
  • FORMATION OF LAND FOR COMMERCIAL USES

    • Authors: O. Kustovska, S. Mudra
      Pages: 46 - 51
      Abstract: The article analyzes the formation of land plots as the objects of the commercial use. It is established that the greatest value in the profitability of objects of commercial purpose is their placement and how correctly will be organized the using of the land plot for commercial purpose, especially in large cities.Key words: commercial purpose, land, land management projects, regulation mechanism, allocation procedure.
      PubDate: 2018-02-08
       
  • POPULATION SIZE AS A FACTOR FOR FORMATION OF LAND VALUE IN SETTLEMENTS

    • Authors: I. Kovalchuk, О. Patychenko
      Pages: 52 - 58
      Abstract: Paper reflects on the features of the formation of normative monetary evaluation of land in settlements (hereinafter abbreviated as NME). The nature of the formation of the constituent of the regional differential land rent coefficient Km1 – the coefficient characterizing population size (Km1p). Ukraine settlements classifications scheme suggested, which gives a comprehensive imagination of urban and rural settlements hierarchy in the general resettlement system of the state. Influence of indicators of a population size of different categories on a residence place - the available and permanent population on NME value is analyzed. The desirability of making changes to the Order of normative monetary evaluation of land in settlements has been justified. Specifically, it is proposed to point out that the calculation of NME is based on the account of the constant population size at the beginning of the year for which normative monetary evaluation of land is being performed.Keywords: land management, urban development, normative monetary evaluation of land in settlements (NME), population.
      PubDate: 2018-02-08
       
  • Сучасні морфодинамічні процеси в межах
           комплексної пам’ятки природи
           “стільська”

    • Authors: І. П. Ковальчук, Є. А. Іванов, Ю. М. Андрейчук, П. М. Волошин, Р. М. Гнатюк
      Pages: 59 - 70
      Abstract: THE ACTUAL MORPHODYNAMIC PROCESSES WITHINCOMPLEX NATURAL MONUMENT “STIL’SKA”Kovalchuk I. P., Ivanov Ye. A., Andreychuk Yu. M.,Voloshyn P. K., Gnatyuk R. M.E-mail: kovalchukip@ukr.net The spatial distribution of dangerous morphodynamic processes patterns within complex natural monument “Stil’ska” are analyzing. In addition, outlining factors and preconditions of intensive exogenous processes development. The features of erosion, landslide, subsidence-talus, karstic-suffusion, biogenic and anthropogenic processes distribution within economy “Stil’ske” and its environs are considered. Systematizing consequences of dangerous morphodynamic processes development. Creating a maps and models series that reflect features of destructive processes display.Within framework of project “Development and implementation of activities aimed at preserving natural and historical environment of complex nature monument of local significance “Stil’ska”, including its main component – settlement of IX–XI centuries" we carried out an assessment of current state of monument. In particular, the degree of damage of natural-historical environment by dangerous morphodynamic processes was determined, reasons, factors and conditions of destructive processes display are established, prediction of changes in state of natural-historical environment and grounding of the activities system aimed at optimizing monument condition, protecting the objects of historical environment from destructive effects of morphodynamic processes.Geologic-tectonic and natural-geographical features of natural monument “Stil’ska” led to a close connection between relief structure, distribution and activity of actual morphodynamic processes. In the study area actively developing a ravine erosion, sliding and karstic-suffusion processes. By field mapping revealed 97 forms of surface karst (44 of which were in active development stage), 30 active landslide centers, and an active ravine erosion (up to 60 places of growth of ravines) was monitored. The highest activity of morphodynamic processes are observed within places located in upper part of Zatinok and Khymyna Valley streams, as well as slopes, confined to suburbs, between the first and second lines of the defensive shafts. It has been determined that activation of ravine erosion is influenced by natural factors (high erosion potential of relief, considerable rainfall and high intensity of rains), as well as human economic activity.Active development of morphodynamic processes creates threats and led to destruction of monument historical environment objects, first of all, earth trunks, ditches, houses and roads. Since the potential for the growth of ravines varies change between 152 to 300 m, risk of historical and cultural objects destruction as linear erosion, as well as landslides and karst, is very high. Under influence of erosion and landslide processes, not only the historical environment but also the abiotic and biotic components of landscape are destroyed, in particular, the windbreaks are activated, which lead to increased flat erosion and karst-suffusion processes and cause loss of plantings by pests and diseases, which reduces esthetic value and worsens monument ecological condition.Key words: natural monument, morphodynamic processes, development, ravine erosion, landslides, karst, suffusion, bogging.
      PubDate: 2018-02-08
       
  • LAND COVER DYNAMICS OF OLESHKY SANDS: TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS 1987-2017

    • Authors: V. Bogdanets
      Pages: 71 - 75
      Abstract: Oleshky Sands is the largest expanse of sand in Ukraine and the second in Europe.  In the beginning of XX century sands moving outside of arenas was almost stopped by planting trees (Pinus nigra ssp. pallasian  and Pinus sylvestris L.), and the territory had different use during the years. A 30-year (1987-2017) time series of Landsat imagery obtained via USGS geoservice was used to reveal land cover dynamics of deserted landscapes of Oleshky sands using QGIS software. Heavy sand storms can impact nearby settlements and expose harmful effect on local industry and quality of life of local communities. Forest fire is another dangerous factor for protective forest plantations during last years. Our estimation shows that sandy areas increase during 2000-2017; generally, conservation measures had constant effect despite afforestation of last years. The preventive effect of forest on sands moving at Oleshky sands can be characterized as stable in case of constant care about the forest plantation and proper documentation on land use and ownership.Keywords: combating desertification, landscapes dynamics, land cover change, QGIS, Landsat imageryspan lang=EN-US style='font-size:14.0pt;line-height:150%; font-family:"Times New Roman","serif";mso-ansi-language:EN-US'>. Key words: commercial purpose, land, land management projects, regulation mechanism, allocation procedure.
      PubDate: 2018-02-08
       
  • INNOVATIVE PRINCIPLES OF THE ORGANIZATION, USE AND PROTECTION OF
           AGRICULTURAL LAND

    • Authors: E. Butenko, V. Stepanets
      Pages: 76 - 83
      Abstract: The article considers innovative principles of development are explored. The role of land monitoring in the management of agricultural land use and the preconditions for improving agriculture has been highlighted. The concept of sustainable development of the use of land resources is proposed. The foreign experience and trends of sustainable land use development are described.Key words: land monitoring, innovative principles, land use, land protection.
      PubDate: 2018-02-08
       
  • FEATURES OF THE FORMATION OF AGRICULTURAL LAND VALUE IN THE EUROPEAN
           COUNTRIES

    • Authors: B. Avramchuk
      Pages: 84 - 89
      Abstract: The influence of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) on the agricultural sector of the European Union (EU) has been studied. The specifics of the formation and comparison of the calculated (by the method of capitalization of net operating or rent income) and the market value of agricultural land in Europe and the Netherlands, in particular, are justified.Keywords: agricultural land, value, the land market, the European Union, the Common Agricultural Policy. 
      PubDate: 2018-02-08
       
  • LEGISLATIVE ADMINISTRATION OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AID IN THE FIELD OF HUMAN
           CONSUMPTION AS THE INSTRUMENT OF THE STATE POLICY

    • Authors: L. Demydenko
      Pages: 90 - 94
      Abstract: The article analyzes normative documents according to which economic incentives can become state aid, ways of developing European and national policies that allow the allocation of state aid for environmental protection and protected areas, and the promotion of biodiversity conservation on legal grounds.    Keywords: state aid, environmental land use, ecological tax, biodiversity conservation, protected areas.
      PubDate: 2018-02-08
       
 
 
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