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About principles of biogeochemical regionalizing within of V.I. Vernadskiy concept of spatial organization of biosphere

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Formation of modern biogeochemical endemic diseases is suggested to consider as a direct result of biosphere transfer to noosphere. Negative biological reactions are believed to appear due to two stage factors: 1) stage of colonization when diseases happened due to migration on territories with unfavorable conditions of life; 2) stage of technogenesis when the factor of artificial change of geochemical conditions of life added to the factor of migration. A new approach towards biogeochemical regionalizing and mapping of noosphere as a two-layer (natural and technogenic) system is offered. The Bryansk region case study demonstrated that the proposed approach allows spatial analysis of the ecological and geochemical situation and producing risk map for adequate spatial prevention of distribution of endemic diseases.

Keywords

noosphere; biogeochemical provinces; biogeochemical regionalizing; geochemical ecology; radioecology; risk map.

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UDC

550.47; 550.4.08; 550.42:546

Pages

974-977

References

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Received

2012.09.25

Section of issue

Biogeochemistry: yesterday, today, tomorrow

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