Irrigational Agriculture and Conservation of Biodiversity in Dhankzhoi District of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea

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As part of a joint Dutch-Ukrainian project in the Sivash, Wetlands International coordinated an assessment of the impact of irrigation agriculture on this internationally important coastal wetland’s biodiversity. This is a case study that illustrates some of the consequences of agricultural development on Black Sea wetlands.

Author(s): Kostyushin V. A., Bagrikova N. A., Kostin S. Yu., Karpenko S. A., Maslov I. I., Tovpinets N. N., Demchenko V. A., Mitiaj I. S., Antonovsky A. G., Zagorodniaia Yu. A., Cherevko S. P., Kotenko T. I., Kotenko A. G., Chernichko R. N., Chernichko I. I., Andriushchenko Yu. A., Popenko V. M., Grinchenko, A. B., Khomenko S. V., Fesenko H. V.

Irrigational Agriculture and Conservation of Biodiversity in Dhankzhoi District of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea

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