Intermunicipal Differentiation of the Intensity
of Land Turnover in the Baikal Region
The paper focuses on the study of development and spatial differentiation of the land market of the Baikal region (Irkutsk region, the Republic of Buryatia and the Zabaikalye Territory) at the municipal level. The key features of intermunicipal differentiation of transaction areas of residential lands and their mapping features are revealed. The differences in the market turnover of residential and agricultural lands are highlighted. Correlations between the values of the migration increase/decrease in the population of municipalities and their indicators of the number and transaction area by categories of residential and agricultural purposes were established. Five groups of municipalities were distinguished, differing in the intensity of land turnover and migration processes correlated with it (according to the economic and geographical position): 1. the most intensive land turnover in regional centers and municipalities in the area of agglomeration growth; 2. less intensive land turnover in separate cities and districts on the main transport highways, as well as more remote surroundings of regional centers; 3. moderately intensive land turnover in at the coast of Lake Baikal, and border areas; 4. reduced intensity of land circulation in semi-peripheral and peripheral areas remote from regional centers; 5. the lowest intensity of land turnover in peripheral remote northern and partly mountainous areas.
Rogova Marina Vladimirovna, Junior Researcher, V. B. Sochava Institute of Geography SB RAS, 1, Ulan-Batorskaya st., Irkutsk, 664033, Russian Federation, tel.: 8(3952)42-75-01, e-mail: email@example.com
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