The Journal aims to create conditions for rapid consideration, high-quality scientific expertise and preparation of previously unpublished scientific articles for publication.
The mission of the Journal is the comprehensive assistance in dealing with land reclamation problems by publishing original research articles which significantly contribute to the advancement of knowledge and improvement of understanding the current problems of the meliorative sector of agro-industrial complex
The scientific Journal publishes original scientific articles on the results of research on agriculture, land reclamation, agricultural mechanization, agricultural physics, agricultural chemistry, agricultural economics.
The objective of the Journal is to promote scientific knowledge exchange of Russian and foreign scientists and to inform specialists and public on scientific and practical results of scientific research.
The target audience of the Journal comprises researchers, faculty, postgraduate and undergraduate students, policy-makers, businessmen, expert community, and others who are interested in land reclamation problems
The publication of articles in our Journal gives the authors the opportunity to integrate the obtained research results into the international scientific and information space.
The articles on land reclamation, recultivation and soil conservation, general agriculture, crop production, agrophysics, economics and national economy management are published in the on-line edition, including articles: on the properties of meadow-chernozem soils after crop rotations with different water loads during cyclic irrigation of rice fields; on the methodology for determining the actual water consumption of crops on the example of summer planting potatoes for the arid zone of southern Russia; on the gully modeling for forest reclamation; on bioengineering structure monitoring to regulate the snowmelt runoff; on the water consumption of the grape nursery garden with various planting technologies; on improving the methodology for choosing combine harvesters; on the experience of public-private interaction in the US water industry: the prospects of application for reclamation parks in the Russian Federation and others.