Economic-geographical problems of hunting nature management of Siberia View Full Text


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2016-01

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G. V. Ponomarev, V. S. Kambalin

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The technique for socioeconomic assessment of the social implication of game husbandry (SIGH) in the Siberian Federal District (SFD) as a whole, and in separate regions has been tested. We provide the algorithm for calculating SIGH that implies combining the most important ten effectiveness measures of game management. Regional indicators of SIGH are compared with volumes of agricultural production. The constituent entities of the SFD are shown, in which the size of SIGH predominates over the respective coefficient of agriculture. We identified the main factor for change in the population dynamics of ungulate animals which has a social, rather than a biological, origin. Emphasis is placed on a number of currently important problems in hunting nature management: the disproportion of the consumer demand toward a single kind of fur raw materials and no demand for most of the other kinds, and low profitability of the fur product. The constituent entities of the SFD are ranked according to the socioeconomic significance of game husbandry. An analysis is made of the dynamics of supplies of fur products and fur market performance. For the first time, we have shown the minimum allowable magnitude of value of SIGH for separate regions of the SFD. We determined the tendency for a steady increase in SIGH in accordance with different socioeconomic phenomena. The findings suggest the conclusion that the issues of s further development of game husbandry are to be dealt with at the governmental level. More... »

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26-31

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