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      Analysis of state land to assess the transformation of ecosystems in the territory in Absheron economic region of Azerbaijan Translated title: Análisis de las tierras estatales para evaluar la transformación de los ecosistemas en el territorio de la región económica de Absheron en Azerbaiyán

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          ABSTRACT The aim of this work is to evaluate the transformation of ecosystems in the territory of the economic region of Absheron, Azerbaijan. For this, methods from the geographical sciences were mainly used. The environmental and geographical assessment was carried out based on the analysis of the state of contaminated soils in the former oil gas zones acquired in the economic region of Absheron. The geographical distribution of the contaminated lands, their forms, typological classification and optimal directions of revegetation of the contaminated lands and types have been defined for the region. It is notable that the analyzed region has a large population, so the consideration of social factors or impacts has a high weight in the analysis of possible strategies for territorial planning.

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          RESUMEN El objetivo de este trabajo es evaluar la transformación de los ecosistemas en el territorio de la región económica de Absheron, Azerbaiyán. Para ello se usaron principalmente métodos provenientes de las ciencias geográficas. La evaluación ambiental y geográfica se realizó basado en el análisis del estado de los suelos contaminados en las antiguas zonas de gas petrolero adquiridas en la región económica de Absheron. La distribución geográfica de las tierras contaminadas, sus formas, clasificación tipológica y direcciones óptimas de revegetación de las tierras y tipos contaminados se han definido para la región. Es notable que la región analizada tiene una gran población por lo que la consideración de los factores o impactos sociales tiene un elevado peso en el análisis de posibles estrategias para la planificación del territorio.

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                Conrado
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                Editorial Universo Sur (Cienfuegos, , Cuba )
                2519-7320
                1990-8644
                December 2020
                : 16
                : 77
                : 307-314
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                orgnameAzerbaijan State Pedagogical University Azerbaijan
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                S1990-86442020000600307 S1990-8644(20)01607700307

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