Geoecological frame of the megalopolis – landscape-zonal standard of sustainable development of geosystems

Issue 24(4) 2019
Pages 34-40

D.A. Markelov, CEO of CARTEC LLC, Corresponding Member of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Moscow, Russia

N.Y. Mineeva, CEO of CARTEC LLC, Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Moscow, Russia

A.P. Akolzin, CEO of CARTEC LLC, Moscow, Russia

B.I. Kochurov, Institute of Geography of RAS, Moscow, Russia

M.A. Grigorieva, Buryat State University named after Dorzhi Banzarov, Ulan-Ude, Russia

E.A. Chukmasova, Buryat State University named after Dorzhi Banzarov, Ulan-Ude, Russia


Keywords: environmental safety, geoecological framework, norm, geoecological standard, geotopology, transit, city breeze

http://www.doi.org/10.31615/j.corros.prot.2019.94.4-4

 

The natural-man-made complex is an interconnected paragenetic geosystem that functions: “natural skeleto – technogenic structures – heat capacity – wind flow – moisture – biological effects – chemical reactions (corrosion) – a cartographic image”. The ghosting characteristics of a natural framework, as a cartographic image of space, serve as indicators and guide marks for making decisions in environmental management in order to protect objects and prevent damage from damaging factors, such as corrosion. Sustainable functioning of the geosystem ensures environmental safety and reliability of any territory and structure. The methodology for assessing the geoecological framework of the territory is substantiated and the analysis of the influence of anthropogenically transformed geosystems is performed. Diagnostics of the ecological state of an object or territory is aimed at establishing a deviation from the “norm”, a typical state of the structure and organization of geosystems. The basis of any diagnosis is the availability of a database of etalons, norms or standards.