Research Library

P. Skryabin
Publication year2020
Publication title
вестник бгту им. в.г. шухова
Resource typeJournals
PublisherBSTU named after V.G. Shukhov
This publication is devoted to the prospects of urban development in the southern part of Siberia, including the Altai territory, the southern part of the Novosibirsk region, the southern tip of the Krasnoyarsk territory, the Kemerovo and Irkutsk regions, the Altai Republic, Khakassia and Tyva. From the North, the territory under study is bounded by the Trans-Siberian railway and from the East by the shore of Lake Baikal. Within the boundaries of the South Siberian settlement system, the author identifies three major settlement systems (agglomeration systems). The first system is developed in the Ob river basins (formed by the confluence of the Biya and Katun rivers) and the Tomi, including the Novosibirsk, Barnaul–Biysk, Kemerovo–Novokuznetsk, and Gorno-Altaisk–Maima agglomerations. The second system is developing along the Yenisei and includes the Krasnoyarsk and Abakan agglomerations and the city of Kyzyl. The third Baikal-Angra system is developing in the triangle Trans-Siberian railway-the West Bank of Baikal – Baikal-Amur highway, including the Irkutsk agglomeration of a number of cities and settlements. Each settlement system has been formed and is developing on the lines of intersection of transport and logical corridors (the Trans-Siberian highway, the Baikal-Amur highway, the Chui tract, and others). The lines of these corridors are determined by natural and landscape factors (coasts of large rivers, mountains, intermountain basins, steppes). The study of typological features of the territory allows to identify directions for the formation of future communication and logistics corridors and the development of a network of interconnected settlements.
Subject(s)archaeology , computer science , geography , geology , human settlement , oceanography , payment , settlement (finance) , shore , urban agglomeration , world wide web

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