The distribution area of Siberian wild rye (Siberian black-eyed Susan Clinelymus sibiricus (L.) Nevski)

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The GIS-expert: N.V. Terekhina

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Accuracy of map:

Map was created using a map of the gardens of the USSR to the scale of 1:20,000,000.

The projection:

"Alber's Equal Area Conic for Russia", 9, 1001, 7, 100, 0, 44, 68, 0, 0.

Basic contents:

Vector maps: Areas of continuous cultivation are represented by polygons. Territories situated far from general distribution area are represented by points.

Accuracy of qualifier:

Maps were created using generalized information about species distribution from published sources. Map is on the Oblast level.

Mapping procedure:

The distribution area map was created using published data (Tulupnikov, 1960; State, 1994, 2004) and the map of arable territories of the USSR (Koroljeva et al, 2003). Distribution area within the former USSR includes Siberia, the Far East, and northern Kazakhstan (Medvedev, 1970; Makarova, 1974; Denisov, Strel.tsova, 1980; Stul.neva and Loshakova, 1981; Rogov, 1989; Kosinskij and Nikl.aev, 1990). Species is also cultivated in flood lands of the Lena River (Barashkova, 1991). Experimental plantations occur in Khibiny, Vorkuta, Yamal, Igarka, Turukhansk, Tura, Chukotka, and Niurba (Denisov, Strel.tsova, 1980; Strel.tsova, 1989), which are represented by points.

Sources of data:

Barashkova, N.V. 1990. Productivity and steadiness of Siberian wild rye in meadow herbage under different procedures of using and norms of sowing in conditions of flood-lands of Central Yakutia. PhD dissertation in Agriculture. Moscow.
Denisov, G.V., Streltsova, V.S. 1980. Siberian wild rye in the northeast of the USSR. Novosibirsk: Siberian branch of Nauka Publisher. 137 p.
Koroljeva, I.E., Vilchevskaya, E.V., Ruhovich, D.I. 2003. The Computer map of the arable land produced by specialists from the Soil Laboratory of the Dokuchaev Soil Institute (Moscow) using the Map of the Land Use published in 1989 by the Problem Laboratory of Complex Cartography (the Faculty of Geography, MSU). Moscow.
Kosinskij V.S., Niklyaev V.S. 1990. Basics of Agriculture and Plant Growing. Moscow: Agropromizdat. 480 p.
Makarova, G.I. 1974. Perennial forage crops in Siberia. Omsk: Western-Siberian book publisher. 248 p.
Medvedev, P.F. 1970. Not currently used forage cultures. Leningrad: Kolos. 160 c.
Rogov, M.S. 1989. Perennial cereal grasses. Moscow: Agropromizdat. 46 p.
State List of Selection Achievements, Admitted to Use. 1994. Moscow. 218 p.
State List of Selection Achievements, Admitted to Use. 2004. Moscow. 234 p.
Strel.tsova, V.S. 1989. Selection of Siberian wild rye on Niurbinsk scientific-industrial station // Selection of perennial herbs in Yakutia. Novosibirsk. p. 92-101
Stul.neva, A.M., Loshakova, A.I. 1981. Concise determinant of basical species of perennial legumes and cereal forage crops in Irkutsk region. Irkutsk. 20 p.
Tulupnikov, A.I. 1960. Atlas agriculture of the USSR. Moscow: GUGK. 309 p.

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