By Vladimir F. Krapivin, Costas A. Varotsos, Vladimir Yu. Soldatov
This publication offers new insights at the examine of world environmental alterations utilizing the ecoinformatics instruments and the adaptive-evolutionary know-how of geoinformation tracking. the most benefit of this booklet is that it gathers and offers broad interdisciplinary services within the parameterization of worldwide biogeochemical cycles and different environmental tactics within the context of globalization and sustainable improvement. during this regard, the an important worldwide difficulties about the dynamics of the nature-society approach are thought of and the main difficulties of making sure the system’s sustainable improvement are studied. a brand new method of the numerical modeling of the nature-society method is proposed and effects are supplied on modeling the dynamics of the system’s features with reference to situations of anthropogenic affects on biogeochemical cycles, land ecosystems and oceans. the most objective of this e-book is to strengthen a common consultant to information-modeling applied sciences for assessing the functionality of environmental subsystems lower than a number of climatic and anthropogenic conditions.
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Express analysis and processing of the experimental and calculated estimations for the state of the environmental elements with allocation of their features and their connection to the speciﬁc points on the area and map. • identiﬁcation of pollutant sources and other disturbances in the environment, assessment of dynamics and forecasting of the consequences from pollutant impacts on ecological and sanitary conditions, detection of the ways for the pollutants migration and determination of concentration of unhealthy contaminants on regional territory.
Php) Fig. 11 Fragment of the GIMS database that characterizes global distribution of land cover types. 3 Structural Aspects of Information-Modelling Technology 25 Fig. 12 Components of the water balance for a restricted region Fig. 13 A few parts of the information base of the regional water balance model consideration all the possible sources of water pollution. The ESWM component provides interim information on other items that parameterize the functions of the soil-vegetation systems and detects disturbances in ecological and sanitary conditions.
In this case, it is required to run the following stages: • primary informal description of the monitoring object; • formulation of the objectives for investigation; • substantial analysis of the a priori information about the environmental subsystem; • development of the mathematical (formalized) model for the subsystem functioning; • set-up of the modelling algorithm; • synthesis of software package for the model run in a computer; • model veriﬁcation and evaluation of its parameters; • choice of the alternative versions of the model to adapt to the structure of the GIMS database; • elaboration of scenarios on simulation experiments that reflect the objectives of the research model; and • utilization of the model in an operational monitoring system.
New Ecoinformatics Tools in Environmental Science: Applications and Decision-making by Vladimir F. Krapivin, Costas A. Varotsos, Vladimir Yu. Soldatov