Assessment of agricultural land plots using a risk-based approach based on geoinformation technologies

https://doi.org/10.35595/2414-9179-2021-4-27-82-91

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About the Authors

Elena V. Bondar

North Caucasus Federal University, Institute of Earth Sciences,
Kulakov avenue, 16/1 (building number 16), 355035, Stavropol, Russia;
E-mail: evbondar68@gmail.com

Andrey V. Skripchinsky

North Caucasus Federal University, Institute of Earth Sciences,
Kulakov avenue, 16/1 (building number 16), 355035, Stavropol, Russia;
E-mail: ron1975@list.ru

Yuri V. Burym

North Caucasus Federal University, Institute of Earth Sciences,
Kulakov avenue, 16/1 (building number 16), 355035, Stavropol, Russia;
E-mail: yuvburym@mail.ru

Victoria V. Movsesova

North Caucasus Federal University, Institute of Earth Sciences,
Kulakov avenue, 16/1 (building number 16), 355035, Stavropol, Russia;
E-mail: vmovsesova@ncfu.ru

Abstract

The risk-based approach in the control and supervisory activities in the field of land use remains relevant despite significant experience in this area. Since the issues related to the interaction of the branches of supervisory and control bodies from the federal to the municipal level have not yet been resolved. There are no uniform criteria for assigning objects to a particular risk group, considering regional conditions.

To analyze the performance of the Rosselkhoznadzor (the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance) in the field of agricultural land assessment for the Republic of Karachay-Cherkessia, geoinformation technologies were used, which made it possible to give an objective assessment of the effectiveness of the risk-based approach system. Four hundred seventy eight land plots were identified, most of them belongs to land plots that are not classified as medium or moderate risk (68.6 %), about 28 % of all plots are considered as moderate risk, and 3.1 % of land plots are classified as medium risk.

Using publicly available sources of information, a land plots database was created with the definition of the risk category. A geoinformation model of the density of land plots (heat map) is constructed using the QGIS software. The thematic maps created made it possible to identify the features of land plots with medium and moderate risk categories.

The main feature of the risk-based approach is the absence of land plots subject to routine inspection in the forest zone, foothill subalpine and high-altitude subalpine and alpine meadows, Karachay-Cherkessia Republic, where there are two natural biosphere reserves and many protected natural areas of regional significance. A small number of inspected land plots were also identified within the boundries of specially protected ecological and resort region of the Russian Federation, Caucasian Mineral Waters, which is geographically located in the Karachay-Cherkessia Republic.

Keywords

risk-based approach, control and supervisory activities, Karachay-Cherkessia Republic, geoinformation technologies.

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For citation: Bondar E.V., Skripchinsky A.V., Burym Y.V., Movsesova V.V. Assessment of agricultural land plots using a risk-based approach based on geoinformation technologies 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. 82–91. DOI: 10.35595/2414-9179-2021-4-27-82-91 (In Russian)