The Baltic Region

2011 Issue №1(7)

Back to the list Download an article

The groundwater monitoring in the Novgorod region in the system of regional nature management

DOI
10.5922/2079-8555-2011-1-10
Pages
80-85

Abstract

This article examines the current state of the groundwater system monitoring in the Novgorod region. The groundwater monitoring observations serve as the basis for prediction assessment of water resources. The efficiency of water resource management largely depends on the comprehensiveness and reliability of information on the groundwater condition.The existing groundwater monitoring system has proven to be incapable of fully implementing its functions. It requires a fundamental reorganization and further development at the contemporary scientific and technical level, since groundwater resource management is impossible without a quantitative forecast of groundwater condition and properties.From the perspective of rational Nature management, the leading ecological function of underground hydrosphere is carried out by fresh underground waters. Rational Nature management underlies the sustainable development of the Northwest region, which is economically viable for the European territory of the country.

Reference

1. Shebesta, A. A., Shebesta, E. A. 2005. Vestnik SPbGU, Ser. 7, № 3, pp. 75—86.
2. Ostroumova, S. A., Vasina, G. G. 2010. Informacionnyj bjulleten' o sostojanii nedr na territorii Novgorodskoj oblasti RF za 2009 god: Arhiv GUP PKGJe MPR RF. Vyp. 15. St. Petersburg.
3. Shebesta, A. A. 2007. Racional'noe ispol'zovanie i upravlenie podzemnymi vodnymi resursami Ladozhskogo vodosbornogo bassejna. In: Nauka i tehnologija:trudy HHVII Ros. shk., posvjawennoj 150-letiju K. Je. Ciolkovskogo, 100-letiju
S. P. Koroleva i 60-letiju GRC «KB im. akademika V. P.Makeeva». Miass.