This book presents a new approach to the study of global environmental changes that have unfavorable implications for people and other living systems. The book benefits from the accumulation of knowledge from different sciences. Basic global problems of the nature-society system dynamics are considered. The book aims to develop a universal information technology to estimate the state of environmental subsystems functioning under various climatic and anthropogenic conditions.
Table of ContentsGlobalization and biogeochemical cycles.- The role of biogeochemical cycles in global ecodynamics.- Numerical modeling of global carbon change.- Modeling the interactive cycles of greenhouse gases and other chemicals.- Monitoring the cycles of chemical substances in the environment.- Multi-dimensional analysis of interactivity between global ecodynamics and the Arctic Basin.- Nature-society system and climate, its interactive component.