6 edition of Biogeochemical cycles in globalization and sustainable development found in the catalog.
|Statement||Vladimir F. Krapivin and Costas A. Varotsos.|
|Series||Springer-Praxis books in environmental sciences|
|Contributions||Varotsos, Costas, 1956-|
|LC Classifications||QH344 .K73 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxv, 562 p. :|
|Number of Pages||562|
|LC Control Number||2007941937|
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This book opens new approach to the study of global environmental changes having unfourable character for peoples and other living systems. Main advantage of this book consists in the. It is now clear that these and other nature protection questions cannot be answered without developing an effective global monitoring system based on the Global Model of the Nature-Society System.
Under this mechanism the products of metabolism and other complex mineral and organic compounds of chemical elements are discharged in the environment in the form of unassimilated food or dead.
Biogeochemical cycles in globalization and sustainable development / Vladimir F. Krapivin and Costas A. Varotsos. Format Book Published Berlin: Springer in association with Praxis Pub., c Biogeochemical cycle, any of the natural pathways by which essential elements of living matter are circulated.
The term biogeochemical is a contraction that refers to the consideration of the biological. Globalization and biogeochemical cycles in the environment. Globalisation and Sustainable Development Book Subtitle Environmental Agendas Authors. Vladimir F. Krapivin; *immediately available upon purchase as print book.
Changing concentrations of greenhouse gasses are key to our changing climate. Biogochemical Cycles and Climate examines the interaction of the main biogeochemical cycles of the earth with the physics.
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In ecology and Earth science, a biogeochemical cycle or substance turnover or cycling of substances is a pathway by which a chemical substance moves through biotic and abiotic (lithosphere, atmosphere. Jim Butcher is the author of the New York Times best-selling series "The Dresden Files" for Roc and the high fantasy series "The Codex Alera" for Ace.5/5(2).Global biogeochemical cycles of carbon and nutrients are increasingly affected by human activities.
So far, modeling has been central for our understanding of how this will affect ecosystem functioning and .if too much nitrogen or phosphorus is applied as fertilizer, or if it is applied at the wrong time much of the fertilizer is carried into aquatic ecosystems, the presence of these nutrients increases the growth rate .