An experimental-analytical method for assessing the vulnerability of aquatic ecosystems under conditions of anthropogenic pollution is considered. Such data are very important for estimating economic damage from accidental environmental pollution and determining the seasons in which industrial activities will be less hazardous in ecological terms. A feasible approach to this problem is based on the study of ecosystem behavior under critical conditions. Phytoplankton, being the main primary producer of organic matter in the aquatic ecosystem, is the key element providing for its stability.
Russian Journal of Ecology – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 13, 2005
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