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Surveys present-day understanding of globalization and sustainable development
Provides insight to the social context of global changes in biogeochemical cycles
Constructs interactive models of natural and anthropogenic processes, considering the correlation between their components
Analyzes regional models to simulate environmental dynamics in the context of globalization and sustainable development
Presents relevant results of global ecodynamics simulation modelling
Shows land and ocean ecosystems' dynamics in the context of environmental survivability
This valuable study of environmental subsystems functioning under various climatic and anthropogenic conditions provides a unique insight into the social context of global changes in biogeochemical cycles and demonstrates current understanding of globalization and sustainable development.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Biocenoses - Forest Ecosystem - Geoinformation - Geoinformationssysteme - Global warming - Globalization processes - Greenhouse gas - Integration - Natural Disasters - Nature/Society System - World Ocean - development - ecosystem - environmental change - globalization
Globalization and biogeochemical cycles.- The role of biogeochemical cycles in global ecodynamics.- Numerical modeling of global carbon change.- Modeling the interactive cycles of greenhouse gases and other chemicals.- Monitoring the cycles of chemical substances in the environment.- Multi-dimensional analysis of interactivity between global ecodynamics and the Arctic Basin.- Nature-society system and climate, its interactive component.