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Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education

Abstract

This article deals with the importance of geoecology today, the methodological foundations of this subject, and the emphasis on science in our country. In addition, the purpose and subject of the geoecology, the developing styles of this subject in world practice are also described

First Page

118

Last Page

124

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