Geoinformation modeling of trends in the spatial development of Siberia and the Far East

http://doi.org/10.35595/2414-9179-2019-1-25-374-387

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About the Authors

Maksim V. Fomin

The Istitute of Socio-Political Research RAS,
Fotievoj st., 6, b. 1, 119333, Moscow, Russia,
E-mail: mvfomin@mail.ru

Sergej V. Ryazantsev

The Istitute of Socio-Political Research RAS,
Fotievoj st., 6, b. 1, 119333, Moscow, Russia,
E-mail: riazan@mail.ru

Vadim A. Bezverbny

The Istitute of Socio-Political Research RAS,
Fotievoj st., 6, b. 1, 119333, Moscow, Russia,
E-mail: vadim_ispr@mail.ru

Timur R. Miryazov

The Istitute of Socio-Political Research RAS,
Fotievoj st., 6, b. 1, 119333, Moscow, Russia,
E-mail: miryazov_timur@mail.ru

Abstract

The problem of spatial development is topical theme, both from the territorial imbalances point of view of and in the current state of public administration. There is a need to create attractive conditions for competitive life. A key role in achieving this goal belongs to the quality of spatial planning and sustainable spatial development. The authors mean by “spatial development” the system-structural approach to scalable territorial tasks of integral development management of.

This article discusses the spatial development of Siberia and the Far East of Russia, where the lowest population density (and the outflow of people is ongoing) is on 2/3 of the territory of Russia and there are no donor entities. The formation of a promising spatial framework of macro-regions based on the identification of advanced growth hubs (so-called “second” and “third” cities of subjects according to the rule of “rank-populous”), essential in the federal economic context, is emphasized. The actual state of the infrastructure in the regions is studied and modern demographic trends are considered.

Content and maps of different scales were developed during this study. They form an idea of the level and trends of spatial development in the regions represented. Maps of the proposed spatial framework were created after studying the possibilities of socio-economic transformation of Siberia and the Far East. The cartographic method allows to visualize an integrated approach to the study of the problem. Consideration of geoinformation models in the context of spatial development opens new opportunities for interpretation of available data

The findings of the study can be used both for territorial planning at the federal district level and for further research at the national and interregional level.

Keywords

spatial development, territorial planning, federal district, hub of advanced growth, “second” city, “third” city, geoinformation modeling, mapping.

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For citation: Fomin M.V., Ryazantsev S.V., Bezverbny V.A., Miryazov T.R. Geoinformation modeling of trends in the spatial development of Siberia and the Far East InterCarto. InterGIS. GI support of sustainable development of territories: Proceedings of the International conference. Moscow: Moscow University Press, 2019. V. 25. Part 1. P. 374–387. DOI: 10.35595/2414-9179-2019-1-25-374-387 (In Russian)