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Agricultural and Biological Sciences Journal, Vol.1, No.3, Jun. 2015, Pub. Date: Apr. 22, 2015
Biosenological Researches in the Semidesert Landscape of the Azerbaijan Republic Gobustan Massive
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[01] Matanat Mirismayil Aliyeva, Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry of ANAS, Baku, Azerbaijan.
The problems of landscapes investigation, the resources account and rational utilization under intensification of the antropogen effects on natural complexes assume an important practical significance during assessment of the biospheric functions at a period of transition to the new economical relations in agriculture [10]. From this point of view a contemporary bioecological character of the semidesert landscape vegetation in the Azerbaijan Gobustan massive was investigated. It was determined 2 subtypes of the Gobustan massive semidesert landscape extended: a semidesert landscape of the low mountainous and a semidesert landscape of the accumulative plain. As a result of the carried out researches the following pasture types of the semidesert plantation were determined over grey-brown soils in the Gobustan winter pastures: 1) wormwoody-gengyz (25041,0 h); 2) wormwoody- peashrub (28675,0 h); 3) wormwoody-fragile saltwort-gengyz (6049,0 h); 4)wormwoody-sea blite (2132,0 h);5) sea blite-ephemer (12085,0 h). According to the geobotanical researches the wormwoody (Artemisia meyeriana)–gengyz (Salsola nodulosa) formation possesses the highest productivity-4,95 c/h.
Gobustan Massive, Semidesert Landscape, Plant Productivity, Wormwoody-Gengyz form Ation
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