Models and functioning «alive geofilters» based on the geoecological framework

Issue 25(2) 2020
Pages 45-51

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

N.Ya. Mineeva, CEO of CARTEC LLC, Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Moscow, Russian Federation

A.P. Akol´zin, CEO of CARTEC LLC, Moscow, Russian Federation

B.I. Kochurov, Institute of Geography of RAS, Moscow, Russian Federation

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

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


Keywords: environmental safety, thermal zones, geoecological framework, “alive geofilters”, urban breeze, “technologies at a glance”, technologies of the geographical industry

http://www.doi.org/10.31615/j.corros.prot.2020.96.2-5

 

The territory and its natural frame are the arena of all chemical, biological, technical interactions and processes, and the wind and rain are their natural propellers. The cartographic image of space, as an integral indicator of processes, phenomena, carries the function of a guide mark in the basis of control and regulation of durability and protection of structures in the natural frame. This article presents the results of a city life support system simulation in the light of the concept of forecasting and managing the risk of the danger of air pollution, including in the practice of anti-corrosion protection. Monitoring of the surveillance and control system grows into the life support system of the territory. “Technologies at a glance” provide: an assessment of the fields and halos of danger from air pollution (real and predicted state maps), modeling “alive geofilters”, namely, purification methods, preventive protection measures, formation of city breeze corridors or wind tunnels.