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Title: Geodynamic factors in the shaping of the environment for biological organisms in the Black Sea
Authors: Chepizhko, Oleksandr V.
Citation: Caspian-Black Sea-Mediterranean corridor during last 30 ky: Sealevel change and human adaptive strategies (2005-2011) : VII plenary meeting and field trip INQUA 501 (Odessa, 21–28 August 2011). – Odessa : Astroprint, 2011.
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Astroprint
Keywords: lithosphere
biosphere
fault
anomalies
geotectonic
Series/Report no.: ;C.71-72
Abstract: The ecological significance of the lithosphere as the foundation of the biosphere is defined, in particular, by the fact that its geological and geophysical character is significantly affected by tectonic and geodynamic factors (active faults, seismicity, modern crustal movements, etc.) that define aspects of sedimentation, chemical composition, environment, and energy structure. The effect of the lithosphere's unsteady geodynamic and astrogeophysical fields, as well as that of human technology on living organisms is particularly important and insufficiently studied
Description: ЗБІРКА ТЕЗ ДОПОВІДЕЙ 7-ї КОНФЕРЕНЦІЇ ТА ПОЛЬОВИХ ЕКСКУРСІЙ ЗА ПРОЕКТОМ INQUA 501 «КАСПІЙСЬКО-ЧОРНОМОРСЬКО-СЕРЕДЗЕМНОМОРСЬКИЙ КОРИДОР УПРОДОВЖ ОСТАННІХ 30 ТИС. РОКІВ: ЗМІНИ РІВНЯ МОРЯ ТА АДАПТАЦІЇ ЛЮДИНИ» (2005-2011)21 -28 серпня, 2011 р., м. Одеса
URI: http://dspace.onu.edu.ua:8080/handle/123456789/2353
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