In particular, SOCAR Georgia Gas has received gas transmission networks in Kaspi, Gardabani, Zestaponi, Zugdidi, Ozurgeti, Lagodekhi
, Akhmeta and Oni municipalities.
Implementing agency : of the administrative-territorial units (Akhmeta, Gurjaani, Dedoplistskaro, Telavi, Lagodekhi
, Sagarejo, Sighnaghi, Kvareli municipalities and Telavi municipality) Governor Administration
This study was done in beech forests at 2 sites in Georgia: Gombori (41[degrees] 52' 28.68" N, 46[degrees] 21' 38.41" E) and Lagodekhi (41[degrees] 51' 1.50" N, 46[degrees] 17' 23.69" E).
At the 2nd site, Lagodekhi, for the caged cohorts there were initially 20.5 [+ or -] 26.9 (SD) scales per 100 [cm.sup.2] (Table 1) and at the last count there were 24.3 [+ or -] 30.3 (SD); for the open (uncaged) cohorts there were initially 20.5 [+ or -] 26.9 (SD) scales per 100 [cm.sup.2] and on the final sample date there were 20.8 [+ or -] 25.3 (SD).
Site 1 (Gulelebi Forest) was used in 2011 for the phenology observations, and sites 2 (Gombori) and 3 (Lagodekhi) were used for the cohort survival experiment in 2012.
The damage is the biggest in the Dusheti district, northwest of Tbilisi, and the Gurdzhani, Lagodekhi
and Akhmeti districts, east of the capital city.
Georgian news organisations reported that a special task force of the State Security Ministry seized a group of armed terrorist suspects in Lagodekhi
, near the lawless Pankisi gorge on Friday, and up to 80 ``suspicious individuals'' were detained after raids in the capital Tbilisi.
Project Description: Support Biodiversity conservation of Lagodekhi
Protected Areas through Development of Protection and Research - Monitoring Program
1): (1) Lagodekhi
, along the northeast border of Georgia (stand almost 90% of beech), (2) Gombori, in northeast Georgia, (almost 100% beech), (3) Algeti, in central Georgia, west of the capital, Tbilisi (mixed forest with about 35% beech), (4) Bakuriani, in south central Georgia (90% of beech), (5) Kharagauli/Sakhadi, also in south central Georgia (95% of beech), (6) Shaori, in north central Georgia (99% beech), and (7) Sataplia, in north central Georgia (with 95% of beech).
The species had been previously recorded only from Lagodekhi
(Lagodechi) in Georgia.