Thursday, May 24, 2007

  • GEOGRAPHYCAL SOCIETY the ICEHOUSE, on the joint hr. Academies of sciences and Darvazskogo, in verhovje r. Vanch, in Tadjikistan. Length of 24 kms, the area ok. 64,4 êì2.
  • GEOGRAPHYCAL (TERRITORIAL) DIVISION OF LABOUR, the regional form of a public division of labour expressed in specialization of separate areas and countries on manufacture of fixed kinds of production.
  • The GEOGRAPHYCAL SOCIETY, in 1845-50, 1917-26 and with 1992 calls Russian geographycal society, in 1850-1917 Imperial Russian geographycal society, in 1926-38 State geographycal society, in 1938-92 - the Geographycal society of the USSR.
  • GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION, rule of any point or other object above ground in relation to other terrains or objects; concerning a surface of the Earth the geographical location is determined with the help of coordinates. Distinguish a geographical location in relation to natural objects and to economic - geographycal objects. A geographical location in economic geography - a grade historical.
  • GEOGRAPHY VETERINARY, see. Veterinary geography.
  • GEOGRAPHY the MILITARY, complex discipline investigator political-military, war-economy, physiographic conditions and the operating equipment of possible overland and marine battlefields (within the limits of separate countries, strategic areas, directions). The geography military actuates also military regional geography.
  • GEOGRAPHY ANIMAL, see. A zoogeography.
  • GEOGRAPHY MEDICAL, see. Medical geography.
  • GEOGRAPHY of the POPULATION, the branch of socio economic geography investigator disposition and territorial organization of the population, his place during a social production and in interaction of a society with a natural surrounding. The geography of the population considers in geographycal (territorial) aspect a set of problems, the bound with the population, - his number, structure, moving and his territorial forms (a urban and village settlement). Into practical problems of geography of the population enter the quantitative and a qualitative assessment of labour forces, forecasts and recommendations on development of forms of the moving adequate rational disposition of manufacture, and also household and cultural requirements of the population.
  • GEOGRAPHY of the INDUSTRY, the branch of economic geography investigator factors and regularities of disposition of a commercial production, conditions and features of an industrial development in different countries and areas.
  • PHYTOGEOGRAPHY (phytogeography), section of botany and the physical geography, investigator regularities of distribution of plants both in past, and in true.
  • GEOGRAPHY of the AGRICULTURE, the branch of economic geography engaging study of factors and regularities of disposition of a farm - production, including detection and the analysis natural and a socio-economic environment and specificities of his development in separate countries and areas. Considers a farm - production in interrelation with other branches of agribusiness industry.
  • GEOGRAPHY SOCIAL, see. Social geography.
  • GEOGRAPHY SOCIO ECONOMIC, see. Socio economic geography.
  • GEOGRAPHY of the TRANSPORT, the branch of economic geography investigator territorial disposition of the transport and transportations, conditions and features of development of the transport in structure of territorial - economic complexes of countries and areas.
  • GEOGRAPHY PHYSICAL, see. Physical geography.
  • GEOGRAPHY ECONOMIC, see. Economic geography.
  • FIELD ASTRONOMY, part of practical astronomy in which methods of use of outcomes of astronomical supervision are developed for geodesic and map activities.
  • GEODETIC LINE, the geometrical concept extending concept direct (or an intercept) an Euclidean geometry on an event of the spaces of more general, than Euclidean. Small enough arches of geodetic line on a surface are shortest routes between their cleaning cloth on this surface. Napr., geodetic lines on the circular cylinder - helixes.
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