GIS support for monitoring agricultural land in the land management system (on the example of the Volgograd region)

https://doi.org/10.35595/2414-9179-2021-4-27-57-65

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About the Authors

Elena V. Denisova

Federal Scientific Center of Agroecology, Integrated Land Reclamation and Protective Afforestation of the Russian Academy of Sciences, FSC of “Agroecology RAS”,
400062, Russia, Volgograd, University ave, 97;
E-mail: denisov.00@mail.ru

Viktoria A. Silova

Federal Scientific Center of Agroecology, Integrated Land Reclamation and Protective Afforestation of the Russian Academy of Sciences, FSC of “Agroecology RAS”,
400062, Russia, Volgograd, University ave, 97;
E-mail: viktoriatem@mail.ru

Abstract

The lack of an up-to-date cartographic basis leads to uncontrolled land turnover, does not reflect their real state and use, thereby leading to the destruction and degradation of not only individual components of the agricultural landscape, but also entire natural systems. Agrolandscape is a complex ecological system that, under harsh conditions of consumption, loses its ability to self-repair and regulate for a very long time. And each of its components needs to be accounted for, monitored, and protected. Geoinformation monitoring ensures the sustainability of both individual components and the entire agricultural landscape, contributes to the formation of effective agriculture and land use, increases the productivity of land and prevents the development of degradation processes. Monitoring of the territory of the Kislovsky rural settlement of the Bykovsky district of the Volgograd region according to 2004 data does not reflect the actual state and order of use of agricultural land and forest resources. The boundaries and areas of dehumified land have changed, and within the boundaries of the forest fund, according to Roseyestr, there are land plots with cadastral numbers ZU 34:02:010001:185, ZU 34:02:010001:104, ZU 34:02:010001:100, with an area of 2.7 hectares each for agricultural production. The area of forest areas has decreased from 576 ha to 484 ha or 16 %, the humus content in the soils is low—1.7 %, which is critical in the agro-climatic conditions of the Volgograd region. The location of agricultural land plots within the boundaries of the forest fund lands contradicts the land legislation, violates the safety and integrity of forest stands, leads to degradation, desertification and destruction of the ecological framework.

Keywords

agrolandscape, cartographic material, monitoring, assessment, condition, land.

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For citation: Denisova E.V., Silova V.A. GIS support for monitoring agricultural land in the land management system (on the example of the Volgograd region) InterCarto. InterGIS. GI support of sustainable development of territories: Proceedings of the International conference. Moscow: MSU, Faculty of Geography, 2021. V. 27. Part 4. P. 57–65. DOI: 10.35595/2414-9179-2021-4-27-57-65 (In Russian)