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Key title: Agrarnyj vestnik Urala (Online)
Abbreviated key title: Agrar. vestn. Urala (Online)

Аграрный вестник Урала № 04 (158) 2017


Кубарев М. С. кандидат экономических наук, старший преподаватель Уральский государственный экономический университет

Коротеев Г. Д. аспирант Уральский государственный горный университет



 Thequestion arises about the forecast of the social and ecological consequences ofanthropogenic activity associated with the development of mineral deposits,when assessing the options for developing the natural potential of theterritory. At the pre-project stage, the forecast estimate provides forobtaining average estimates. The forecast of environmental consequences and the forecast of theeconomic damage decrease from harm caused to existing and promising SpecialProtected Natural Areas (SPNA) as a result of development of subsoil resourcesbecome of particular importance in the conditions of northern low-developedareas. The basement of damageassessment is the calculation of the decrease in economic value ofenvironment-oriented landscape area, taking into account the list of functionsand ecosystem services, as well as the their regeneration period after a disturbancedue to anthropogenic impact during the development of the deposit. Theclarification of the guidelines concerns the assessment of the economic valueof the natural-resources potential of the territory of the environment-orientedlandscape area, which is conditioned by the flows of environmental, production,recreational and information services. We present a calculation of the broad estimatesof economic damage for the conditions of predicted for the development of theVerkhnetolinsky uranium-thorium ore deposit located in the western part of theBerezovsky district of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug in the territory ofthe environment-oriented landscape area “Northern Urals” within the boundariesof the prospective SPNA called “Severouralsky Nature Park”. The amount ofcalculated damage is equal to 1.5 million rubles per year. The total amount ofdamage, based on periods of the deposit development and regeneration ofdisturbed landscapes, is 110 million rubles, which is comparable to the profitfrom the deposit development.


economic damage, natural-resources potential, environment-oriented landscape area, ecological zone, decrease in value, regeneration period.


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