We consider integral dynamic models of the ecological-economic systems of the coastal zone of the sea aimed at the establishment of balance between the consumption and reproduction of marine bioresources. The models are constructed with the help of the systems approach according to which the economic aims of the consumption of bioresources depend on the ecological state of marine media. Examples of control over the balance of ecological-economic processes based on the use of the integral criteria of biodiversity and the level of pollution of marine media are presented. It is shown that the information technology of control over the scenarios of ecological-economic processes enables us to estimate the profitability of production of seafood under the conditions of use of a part of the profit for the preservation of marine bioresources.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 13, 2011
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