It is suggested to describe the ecological and economic features of the local sites of natural environments (dry-land and water areas) by their resource potential conditional relative to the technologies of their application. An information model aimed at the prediction of scenarios of conditional resource potentials capable of evaluation of the efficiency of consumption of the resources is developed. The model is based on the monitoring of the amount of debt for the consumption of the resources accumulated by a branch of economy (plant) in the unfavorable economic situation or in the case of deterioration of environmental conditions. Examples of simulation of the processes of consumption of the resources aimed at the realization of control over the stable development of ecological and economic systems are presented.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 7, 2006
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