Forecasting models and significant estimates level of human impact on terrestrial ecosystems tourists of protected areas (0.85 Mb, pdf) Read
Гордеев Юрий Анатольевич

The article is devoted to topical issues relating to the increase of anthropogenic load on the biocenoses of protected areas. An original method of monitoring the ecological state of ecosystems of protected areas using, as indicators of anthropogenic load of individual physical characteristics of the soil, will allow to effectively control the degree of human impact on soil and tourists biogeocoenoses as a whole. Research and analysis of the results carried out in the framework of a systematic approach, which implies the existence of a close relationship between soil characteristics, vegetation and landscapes degree of stability. On this basis, and analysis of the energy model of ecosystem stability have been developed in a growing level of human impact associated primarily with the expansion of eco-tourism.

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