Georgy Fomenko, Marina Fomenko, Natalia Troitskaya, Mikhail Stishov, Anastasia Mikhailovа. System Development of Research and Environmental Monitoring in Russian Specially Protected Areas of Federal Significance: Policy Documents. Analytical Report
Specially protected natural areas are one of the key instruments for the conservation of major ecosystems and maintain the stability of natural conditions across regions. Improving the management of specially protected natural areas of the Russian Federation, the development of relevant scientific methods and regulatory support will contribute to the development of an effective system for the protection of natural, historical and cultural complexes and facilities in SPNA, justified the expansion of environmental education as a separate nature reserves and national parks, and nationally.Presented in the book project of the Program of scientific research in the state nature reserves and national parks, and the project of the Unified Environmental Monitoring Program in the state nature reserves and national parks are a set of interrelated program and target documents that the content and format are designed in accordance with applicable at present currently in the Russian Federation regulatory requirements for the planning and development of program documents of a strategic nature.
Each of the programs consistently and systematically combines the target priorities of research activities and environmental monitoring provides the challenges and actions - the frontal (federal level) and base (for each SPNA) - and has a system of targets. Thus, the program generates regulatory, organizational and administrative, institutional and resource conditions and the improvement of scientific information and analytical support of biodiversity in SPNA of federal significance.
The book is of interest to experts in the field of environmental management , environmental economics, environmental protection, for specialists of public administration and territorial authorities, as well as for all those interested in environmental issues.