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Akhmedenov K.M.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan | Kucherov V.S.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan | Turganbaev T.A.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan | Suhanberdina L.H.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan | Tulegenova D.K.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan
Life Science Journal | Year: 2014

The results of the study of soil and natural surface water quality, neighboring the Karachaganak field territory of the West Kazakhstan region are available. The results of three years' air monitoring at the Karachaganak oil and gas condensate field area have been analyzed. The data on the distribution of major pollutants - carbon monoxide (II), nitrogen oxides (IV), sulfur oxide (IV), hydrogen sulfide - in the air of three communities over the years and year seasons are available. The state of the environment in the area of oil and gas industry's activity has been assessed.


Kucherov V.S.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan | Tchekalin S.G.,Uralsk agricultural experiment station JSC | Fartushina M.M.,West Kazakhstan State University | Akhmedenov K.M.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan | Kairgalieva G.Z.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan
Life Science Journal | Year: 2013

The present research work shows the humus content change due to the long-term anthropogenic impact. In particular, there has been shown the humus content change under various soil treatments: plowing, flat-cutting treatment of 25-27 cm and 12-14 cm, and zero tillage. Involvement of the flat-cutting treatment (25-27 cm) in crop rotation has lead to a significant increase of humus content in soil layer of 0-40 cm in comparison with plowing on the same depth. The research has determined that under the influence of soil treatment in the 4 -field grain-fallow crop rotation with spring cultures a negative humus balance is formed. To eliminate the lack for organic matter it is necessary to add 12-16 t/ha of manure. In production, for the convenience and more effective agrotechnical solution of this problem it is necessary to apply manure in lea, based on the entire crop rotation. In the current situation in the agricultural production of the region, when the manure application is problematic, replenishment of organic matter in the soil can be done by means of the inclusion of perennial grasses in crop rotations. This is confirmed by longterm research.


Akhmedenov K.M.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan | Kucherov V.S.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan | Turganbaev T.A.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan | Suhanberdina L.H.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan | Tulegenova D.K.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan
Life Science Journal | Year: 2013

A retrospective analysis of river bed deformations over the 30 years' period for the Ural River in the West Kazakhstan in different environmental conditions have been carried out for the first time. A geomorphologic description of the Ural River bed and floodplain within the West Kazakhstan have been made. The dynamics of channel processes on the Ural river have been studied. The planned river bed adjustments of the Ural river have been determined. The article describes the results of sketch maps compilation and consolidation of the collected factual material related to the planned Ural river bed adjustments within the West Kazakhstan. The peculiarities of hydrologic and hydro chemical regimes of the Ural river have been reviewed. Main river bed types, peculiar to flat territories have been pointed: relatively straight lined, unbranched, meandering and divided. West Kazakhstan territory can be referred to the region with the medium ecologic stress in river beds and in floodplains.


Akhmedenov K.M.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan | Iskaliev D.Z.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan | Akhmedenova S.G.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan
Life Science Journal | Year: 2013

An estimate of the ecological state of the springs' outlets in West Kazakhstan is given in the article. The research results and the GPS-positioning of groundwater outlets are given in the article. The analyses of foreign research of the springs have been carried out. The results of hydro-chemical and toxicological examination of 30 springs in West Kazakhstan are given in the article. A comparison of the springs parameters have been made. An estimate of the spring water chemistry formation is given in the article. The paper describes the content of cations and anions, heavy metals, oil products in hydro-geochemical samples of spring water in comparison with the sanitary standards and requirements to water quality. In some springs the MPC exceedance of cadmium and chromium has been revealed. The estimation of spring waters contamination by nitrates and the influence of various factors on its level has been accomplished. It was established that the low nitrates concentrations in water, which do not exceed the MPC are peculiar for majority of the studied springs. The "Risk factors" for the occurrence of nitrates in water are the close allocation of agricultural landscapes and the location of springs on the slopes of draws. The influence of anthropogenic factor on the condition of spring areas of the West Kazakhstan has been assessed. Three groups of springs have been distinguished according to the fracturing level of their natural state and to the character of anthropogenic impact.


Sergaliev N.K.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan | Akhmedenov K.M.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan | Amenova R.K.,West Kazakhstan Agrarian Technical University named of Zhangir Khan
Life Science Journal | Year: 2013

The geobotanic and floristic characteristics of steppe lands are given in the article. On the West Kazakhstan territory there have been distinguished 41 remained key steppe areas, serving as the resource base for the collection of seeds for the seed-plot. The analysis of life-forms has been carried out, and the vegetation of the key steppe areas has been described. Key steppe areas of the secondary steppes within the West Kazakhstan region have been identified. Geobotanical description of steppe standards has been done. Steppe standards are the source of seed fund for the formation of wild steppe flora nursery at the experimental site. Tracts of secondary steppe on lands not in use are characterized on the grounds of field expedition observations, their conservational value and prospects of steppe natural areas of preferential protection development are apprised.

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