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Dominant and Subdominant Types of Nature Resources in Ukraine: Regional Analysis

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Geographic specificities of allocation of basic (dominant) and second significant (subdo-minant) types of nature resources of Ukraine are disclosed in the aspect of 278 Ukrainian natural (physic-geographic) rayon. Major territorial combinations of nature resources formed in the state’s natural regions are exposed.

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V. Rudenko, S. Rudenko, M. Zayachuk, Z. Buchko, V. Hudikovska and M. Lapushniak, "Dominant and Subdominant Types of Nature Resources in Ukraine: Regional Analysis," Natural Resources, Vol. 5 No. 2, 2014, pp. 73-77. doi: 10.4236/nr.2014.52008.


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