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1. TO THE PROBLEM OF BIOINDICATION OF ANTHROPOGENIC CONTAMINATION OF ENVIRONMENT

GIA KAJAIA, MAKA MURVANIDZE, MANANA LORTKIPANIDZE
(Georgia)

Mites, as the constant elements of soil fauna, react actively on negative changes of the environment. The researches provided in polluted and natural ecosystems of central districts of Georgia, showed that together with the level of pollution, species composition, their quantity, distribution of separate species in soil layers and demographic indexes of acaroid (Acaroidea) and oribatid (Oribatida) mites change gradually. In natural ecosystems there is high diversity of soil inhabiting mites with predomination of forest species, but in polluted districts predominate ubiquistous species, that are less sensitive to environment disturbances and can survive the extreme conditions. For some species the meaning of rodent lairs was established. It is considered that rodent lairs serve as “shelter” for acaroid mites to escape from unfavourable soil conditions.



2. ASPECTS OF DEVELOPMENT OF POWER INDUSTRY IN AZERBAIJAN UNDER MARKET ECONOMY CONDITIONS

A.M. KULIEV
(Azerbaijan)

Number of problems relating to the development of the power industry of Azerbaijan: elaboration of optimal and long-term programme for the development of generating capacities, conduct of structural reorganization in compliance with the instructions of European Union (EU), work out and introduce multi-tariff payment system for the electric power, upgrade and modernization of power equipment, usage of SAIDI and SAIFI values in evaluating the reliability of consumers’ power supply, application of methods of “alive works”, design of modern dispatching systems for controlling all the structures of the power industry are reviewed.



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