HYPOTHESIS ON THE SOCIO-NATURAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE ARAL SEA REGION
1970-1980's. The Aral Sea region has entered a state of socio-ecological crisis. Ecocide-the result of the degradation of natural resources-became the forerunner of the genocide of the local population. By the early 1990s, the crisis had turned into a catastrophe. However, such a crisis is not unprecedented in the history of the Khorezm oasis. Our goal was to try to summarize the materials of mostly independent, unrelated research in the humanities and natural sciences that relate to the same subject and, as a rule, are unknown to representatives of different branches of knowledge. This task is performed in a concentrated form as a table where the processes, phenomena and events in the life of society, nature and the relationship of these two systems from antiquity to the present day are synchronized (see Appendix). This synchronization allows us to put forward a hypothesis about the socio-natural history (SE) of the Aral Sea region. Two socio-ecological crises in the ancient and medieval history of Khorezm. The social and ecological stability of the Aral Sea region was established in the middle of the 1st millennium BC after the initial anthropogenization of the surrounding landscape, as a result of the migration of the Amu Darya in the southern direction, towards the Prisarykamysh delta, and the flooding of the ancient riverbed-Uzboy1 . The shorter waterway along the Uzboy to the Caspian Sea enabled Khorezm to interact with E. V. Burnakov's naibol and its developed central and western regions of the Achaemenid empire, primarily with Media and Mesopotamia. Under King Artaxerxes II (404-359 BC), Khorezm became a separate satrapy of the Achaemenid state .2 B. I. Vainberg connects the separation of Khorezm into a separate satrapy with the appearance of the Uzboy waterway: Khorezm received a shorter route to the centers of the Achaemenid state .3 The abundance of Amu Darya water flowing due to the deviation of the river to the south made it possible for the Khorezmians ... Read more
____________________

This publication was posted on Libmonster in another country. The article seemed interesting to our editor.

Full version: https://library.ee/m/articles/view/HYPOTHESIS-ON-THE-SOCIO-NATURAL-DEVELOPMENT-OF-THE-ARAL-SEA-REGION
Libmonster Online · 25 days ago 0 32
Professional Authors' Comments:
Order by: 
Per page: 
 
  • There are no comments yet
Library guests comments




Actions
Rate
0 votes
Publisher
Libmonster Online
New-York, United States
30.06.2024 (25 days ago)
Link
Permanent link to this publication:

https://libmonster.com/blogs/entry/HYPOTHESIS-ON-THE-SOCIO-NATURAL-DEVELOPMENT-OF-THE-ARAL-SEA-REGION


© libmonster.com
 
Library Partners

LIBMONSTER.COM - U.S. Digital Library

Create your author's collection of articles, books, author's works, biographies, photographic documents, files. Save forever your author's legacy in digital form. Click here to register as an author.
HYPOTHESIS ON THE SOCIO-NATURAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE ARAL SEA REGION
 

Editorial Contacts
Chat for Authors: U.S. LIVE: We are in social networks:

About · News · For Advertisers

U.S. Digital Library ® All rights reserved.
2014-2024, LIBMONSTER.COM is a part of Libmonster, international library network (open map)
Keeping the heritage of the United States of America


LIBMONSTER NETWORK ONE WORLD - ONE LIBRARY

US-Great Britain Sweden Serbia
Russia Belarus Ukraine Kazakhstan Moldova Tajikistan Estonia Russia-2 Belarus-2

Create and store your author's collection at Libmonster: articles, books, studies. Libmonster will spread your heritage all over the world (through a network of affiliates, partner libraries, search engines, social networks). You will be able to share a link to your profile with colleagues, students, readers and other interested parties, in order to acquaint them with your copyright heritage. Once you register, you have more than 100 tools at your disposal to build your own author collection. It's free: it was, it is, and it always will be.

Download app for Android