Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : recreation

Risk Assesment and Water Quality Analysis of Sungkai River, a Water Recreational Area Based On Water Quality Index(WQI)

Jaffry Zakaria; Nor Azlina Hasbullah; Md Amin Md Taff; Benderi Dasril; Mazuki Mohd Yasim

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 5977-5982

This study was conducted to achieve several objectives that determine the value of the parameters that were studied based on Water Quality Index (WQI). The parameters include Dissolved Oxygen (DO), pH, Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD), Ammoniacal nitrogen, Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) and Suspended Solids. In this study, Sungkai River, located in the state of Perak, Malaysia was selected as the sampling area. There are a few villages located near the river area. Sungkai river is a famous spot for water and family activities such as kayaking, rafting, camping, bathing and many others. Through the researcher’s observations, several pollutions were found occurring along the research area such as the disposal of waste water directly from the villagers, widespread dumping of solid waste and the development of the surrounding areas that contributed to the pollution of the river. Results from the experiments showed that the Water Quality Index (WQI) result for Sungkai River is 72.5 and classified under class III which is safe, specifically for fishery and livestock drinking but it is slightly not so suitable to be used for recreational and bathing purposes. In addition, the water is not drinkable by human and extensive treatments are required. This category is based on the experiments results and referred to the Interim National Water Quality Standard for Malaysia (INWQS). As a recreational spot for the locals and tourists, the activities that could lead to the pollution of the Sungkai River need to be prevented and overcome. Therefore, there is a requirement to investigate and analyse the water quality of all rivers in Malaysia focusing especially on the area of water activities. This study can provide a good outcome on the water quality of the rivers, hence, actions can be taken to overcome any problems regarding river water quality for the safety of all.

Development Of Public-Private Partnership In The Organization Of Regional Tourist And Recreational Complexes

Mullabayev Baxtiyarjon Bulturbayevich; Abdulxakimov Zuhrali Tursunalievich; Mamajonova Tuygunoy Ahmadjanovna; Usmanov Chorshanbi Bozorovich; Nuriddinova Nilufar Nuriddin qizi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 778-788

One of the new innovative types of economic development of the region is one of the new, most innovative innovations in the development of the country's economy through the use of public-private partnership in the creation of tourist and recreational complexes, clusters.

Trends In The Development Of Medical And Environmental Services For Landscape Biodiversity

Bella OlegovnaKhashir; OlegeZachirievichKhuazh .; SaidaOlegovnaApsaliamova .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 3812-3823

A significant part of the ecosystem (biome) and natural landscape diversity of the Earth's temperate belt is represented in the Russian Federation. It is preserved due to the relatively low disturbance of the country's territory (up to 65% of the country's area, mainly in the Arctic, Siberia and the Far East, maintain a natural mode of functioning). The share of arable land in biomes reaches 40-50% in the forest-steppe and steppe, and in general, agricultural lands occupy in the biomes of the Russian Federation from 0% (tundra) to 85% (steppes).
The landscape diversity of the Russian Federation itself includes about 20 types of landscapes (arctic, subarctic, boreal (taiga), subboreal humid, semiarid and arid, subtropical, mountainous - alpine, glacial, etc. Swamp, floodplain, aquatic, shallow marine, etc.) and more than 350 types of landscapes. Among them, taiga (boreal) landscapes are leading in terms of area - 52%. Cold arctic and subarctic (plain and mountainous) occupy 21%. Mountain landscapes occupy 30–33%. The most developed, optimal for the development of agriculture, the territory of the forest-steppe and broad-leaved forests occupy 8%. The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) links the concept of "biodiversity" and "sustainable development".
It follows from the preamble of the Convention that biodiversity must be conserved not only for its own sake, but also for the use and enhancement of human well-being.
This has given rise to the concept of ecosystem goods and services that biodiversity provides and that can be critical to the needs for foodstuffs, health and healthy environmental needs.
In the National Strategy for the Conservation of Biodiversity of the Russian Federation, the main groups of life-supporting functions of biological diversity have been identified: production functions, environment-forming functions, informational and spiritual-aesthetic functions.