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. Aust Vet J 1997, 75, 134–140. 7. Engelen A.: Dairy development in Kazakhstan. FAO, Rome, 2011. 8. Faine S., Adler B., Bolin C.A., Perolat P.: Leptospira and leptospirosis. MediSci Press, Melbourne, Australia, 1999. 9. Fearnley C., Wakley P.R., Gallego-Beltran J., Dalley C., Williamson S., Gaudie C., Woodward M.J.: The development of a real time PCR to detect pathogenic Leptospira species in kidney tissue. Res Vet Sci 2008, 85, 8–16. 10. Flake L., Zharmagambetov Z.: Kazakhstan Outlines Continued Strategy and Support for Cattle Sector. USDA Forein Agricultural

References Aitov, N.A., 1979: Sotsialnoye razvitiye gorodov: sushchnost i perspektivy (Social development of cities: essentiality and prospects - in Russian), Moscow: Znanie, p. 163. Antipova, E. and Fakeyeva, L., 2012: Demographic processes in rural areas of Belarus: geographical structure and spatial dynamics. In: Szymańska, D. and Biegańska, J. editors, Bulletin of Geography. Socio-economic Series , Toruń: Nicolaus Copernicus University Press, No. 17, pp. 5‒12. DOI: 10.2478/v10089‒012‒0001‒9 Demographic situation in Kazakhstan: condition and prospects, 2011

Introduction The Caspian Sea with the lower reaches of the rivers flowing into it are Kazakhstan’s most important fisheries. Here there are about 0.3 million tons of fish caught annually. Fish parasitoses act as a potential factor restraining the growth of fish productivity. Some helminths of fish may also be zoonoses and therefore represent a public health problem. Therefore the study of parasites presently infecting fish in the Caspian Sea basin may provide important information to reduce the risk of spreading economically important diseases of fish in the

Introduction The onomastics place name (eponymy) research has a long tradition in Kazakhstan ( Slovtsov 1844 , Groznyi 1940 , Medoyev 1948 , Bayandin 1949 , Tatischev 1950 , Konkashpayev 1959 , Margulan et al. 1966 , Popova 1966 ) in respect to the historical imprint to landscape left by ancient populations ( Plit and Myga-Piątek 2014 ). A linguistic study focus in relation to the country’s geography has been on understanding a regional toponymy of the present Kazakh parkland-steppes and some particular places associated with a sequenced culture

. The diversification of growth factors through the development of individual entrepreneurship represents one of the basic challenges facing this economy. Comparably to governments of countries of Central and Eastern Europe in the years between 1990 and 2000, those of Central Asian countries currently seek factors of economic activation of the population in the development of individual agriculture and the service sector, which is also related to tourism ( Erdavletov 2015 ). Kazakhstan, the largest country in Central Asia, illustrates the problems stemming from the

References Amnesty International (2017). Think before you post: Closing down social media space in Kazakhstan. London: Amnesty International Ltd. [Accessed 19.04.2018.]. Available from Internet: Arnold, A. (2017). 3 Ways The Internet And Social Media Draw Millennials To Live Events [Accessed 19.04.2018.]. Available from Internet: Kazaka, O. (2014). Use of

References [1] Vzglyad Business Newspaper, 23.02.2011. [2] Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan of 6 January 2011, № 380-IV, On law enforcement service [amended on 29.10.2015]. [3] Resolution of the Republic of the Government of Kazakhstan of 19 June 2014, № 683, Th e rules of passing the polygraph research in law enforcement bodies of the Republic of Kazakhstan. [4] S. Aleskovskiy, Polygraph in Kazakhstan 15 Years of Progressive Development: Th e First Results and Main Directions for the Use of Polygraph in Kazakhstan. Proceedings of an international scientifi c

Demographic Situation and the Level of Human Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan: Regional Aspects

The objects of research are indicators of human development in Kazakhstan from the moment of independence acquisition by the republic until today. The subject of scientific research is spatial-existential patterns of socio-demographic processes as a key factor of human potential development in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The importance of scientific work is that the results permit to estimate the level of human development of the Republic of Kazakhstan on the basis of socio-demographic processes. For the first time the basic indicators defining human potential in Kazakhstan have been studied in detail and systematized. The aim of the work is to define the laws of the spatial organization of human potential and its basic spatial analyses of human development of Kazakhstan. The database, created with the help of ArcGIS, allows to monitor the changes of human development level, to analyze, estimate and manage human potential of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

References Androsova E. Y. 1977. Nekotorye redkie i interesnye vidy vodorosley iz rybovodnykh prudov Novosibirskoy oblasti i Altayskogo kraya. Novosti Sist. Nizs. Rast. 14: 3-8. Chlachula J. 2007. Biodiversity protection of Southern Altai in the context of environmental transformations and socio-economic development. In: J. Chlachula & A. M. Gazaliev (eds.). Modern approaches to biodiversity protection in the context of steady development achievement of Republic Kazakhstan, pp. 6-15. International Science Conference Papers, Ust-Kamenogorsk. Chlachula J., Koutný M

References Glushkova V. and Simagin Yu., 2011: Demografiya (Demography - in Russian) Moscow: KNORUS. Nyussupova G. and Sarsenova I., 2012: Modern Demographic Processes in the Cities of the Republic of Kazakhstan. In: American International Journal of Contemporary Research Vol. 2 No. 7 pp. 239-244. DOI: Programma razvitiya goroda Almaty na 2011-2015 gody 2011 (Development programme for Almaty on 2011-2015 - in Russian).