Phys. Oceanogr.. Vol. 9, No. 6. pp. 465--466 (1998) 9 VSP 1999. Geoecology of the sea-land conjunction Project of the Ukrainian-Russian scientific-engineering program (1998-2008) The elaboration of a system of practical measures for guaranteeing the stable de- velopment of the geoecosystem of sea-land contact zones on the basis of complex in- vestigations of the state and interaction of conjugate geospheres (lithosphere, hydro- sphere, atmosphere, and biosphere) under the conditions of anthropogenic press. The development and implementation of efficient scientifically justified methods and tech- nology of recovery, protection, and rational utilization of natural resources. The reali- zation of measures aimed at the sanitation of the human environment and its ecological protection and the optimization of the structure of utilization of land in the sea-land conjunction zone of the Azov Sea-Black Sea basin. The Project of the Program is developed and presented by numerous leading scien- tific research institutions of Ukraine and Russia in the field of earth science and ecol- ogy with participation of specialized scientific and production associations and ecolog- ical organizations of both states. The Program consists of three chapters: (i) scientific research (fundamental com- plex investigations and monitoring of ecological situation in conjugate natural environ- ments with
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