We propose a system approach to the development of information technologies of control over the processes of consumption of natural resources. On the basis of the method of system dynamics, we construct a dynamic economical model of an ecological system relating the factor of economical profitability of consumption of the resources to the ecological state of the natural environment. The model enables one to estimate the environmental deductions from the profit of factories and plants required to compensate damage caused by their operation. As an example, we consider the process of control over the consumption of biological resources in the water area of the Azov Sea suffering the action of a coastal industrial plant withdrawing sea resources and polluting the water area with wastes. We also propose a procedure of assimilation of the data of observations in the models of system dynamics by converting these data into the information technologies of control.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 27, 2006
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