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The migration of information elements in water objects

Tamara Blazhkevich
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Tamara Blazhkevich: The State Agroekologikal University, Zhytomyr

Economics of Nature and the Environment, 2015, pages 156-164

Abstract: On the basis of water circulation scheme in the biosphere the structure of information flows is developed. The possible limits of the immanent migration of chemical elements in water objects are proved logically. The preset-day state of the biosphere elements is analyzed; the quantitative characteristics of the chemical elements migration in the biosphere water objects and information elements flows are investigated. The scheme of substance migration in the nature is devised. The above scheme makes it possible to prove that any exchange of substances, energy and information can be presented through the process of transforming resources. The general planetary model of migration of information elements in the megabiosphere is developed. The substance, energy and information flows are singled out.

Date: 2015
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