Browsing 03. Статьи by Author "Jumassultanova, Saltanat"

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Browsing 03. Статьи by Author "Jumassultanova, Saltanat"

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  • Yapiyev, Vadim; Samarkhanov, Kanat; Tulegenova, Nazym; Jumassultanova, Saltanat; Verhoef, Anne; Saidaliyeva, Zarina; Umirov, Nursultan; Sagintayev, Zhanay; Namazbayeva, Assel (Journal of arid environments, 2019-01)
    Both climate change and anthropogenic activities contribute to the deterioration of terrestrial water resources and ecosystems worldwide, with Central Asia and its endorheic lakes being among the most severely affected. ...
  • Yapiyev, Vadim; Samarkhanov, Kanat; Tulegenova, Nazym; Jumassultanova, Saltanat; Verhoef, Anne; Saidaliyeva, Zarina; Umirov, Nursultan; Sagintayev, Zhanay; Namazbayeva, Assel (Journal of Arid Environments, 2019-01)
    Both climate change and anthropogenic activities contribute to the deterioration of terrestrial water resources and ecosystems worldwide, with Central Asia and its endorheic lakes being among the most severely affected. ...
  • Yapiyev, Vadim; Sagintayev, Zhanay; Verhoef, Anne; Kassymbekova, Anara; Baigaliyeva, Marzhan; Zhumabayev, Dauren; Malgazhdar, Daniyar; Abudanash, Damira; Ongdas, Nurlan; Jumassultanova, Saltanat (Wiley interdisciplinary reviews-water, 2017)
    Water resources in Central Asia are scarce, so complicated issues arise from this. Kazakhstan is a Central Asian landlocked country, which has mostly closed drainage basins, characterized by endorheic lakes that do not ...

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