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Vol. 1, Issue 1. 2005
Geopolitics and Ecogeodynamics regions

V. A. Bokov
Ecogeodynamic of Crimean region: concept approachs.
The concept "dynamics" isdefined as the interdependent aggregate of natural, social and engineering phenomenons. Their interactionresults in shaping new spatial structures and temporal cycles, chain reactions. Quite often interaction of natural,social and engineering phenomenons carriesin extreme situations and catastrophes.

N. V. Bagrov, V.A. Bokov, I.G. Chervaniov
Space-time relation in geosystem self-organization
The space and the time are the important elements of selforganizing process of geosystems. The space and thetime additional and interdependent. The time-space rationes of geosystems shapes as external forces (exteriorabsolute space and time, condition of existence), and in geosystems (internally relative space and time, form ofexistence). The space and the time are the special forms of manifestation of geosystems organization. They arethe special fashion by the coded information. The space of geosystems contains the sum of the information ofpast times. The analysis of the space and the time allows more penetrating to uncover an essence of srtucture,dynamics and evolution of geosystems.

V.V. Yudin
About concept geodynamics and ecogeodynamics.
The new concept ecogeodynamics,that includes complex new and modern dynamical exo- and endogenous processes and significantly influenceon ecological situation, are discussed.

A. A. Klyukin
Extreme manifestations of the unfavourable and dangerous exogenous processes in the XX century in Crimea.
In this article the parameters of extreme manifestations of mudflows,floods, ravines growth, abrasion and marine accumulation are represented. The amount of sediments moved bythem in the XX century was below the sea level by 1-4 degrees.

A. N. Oliferov.
The Mudflow Phenomena in the Crimea as Extraordinary Ecological Situations.
The history of the mudflow in the Crimea is consided. The basic factors of the mudflow forming are mountainrelief, heavy shower, destruction of the forests, the unregulating pasture. The factual dates about mudflow in thedangerous regions are adduced. The basic characteristics the mudflow are presented.

Yu.M. Volfman, M.M. Novak, O.M. Ostanin
The tectonic preconditions of natural and technonatural geosystems development.
The reasons (tectonic reason too) that cause disbalance in different rangegeosystems and geological accidence were analyzed.

N. A. Dragan.
The soils cover evolution in the Crimea as result of ecodinamics processes.
Theanalysis of literary facts of Crimean soils evolution in Pliocene-Pleistocene is given. The basic features of themodern soils cover are considered. The tendentions of soils properties dynamics in connection to geoecologicaland antropogenic factors are defined.

L. P. Vakhrusheva, E. S. Krayinuk.
Dynamics of vegetation of a reference site Crimean virgin steppe (Klepinin steppe).
In clause the changes floristic of structure, horizontal projection of separate kinds,variability of the sizes and character of accommodation cespitose plants of dominant cereals fixed for a referencesite of the present steppes of Crimea within 27 years are analyzed. The conclusions are made that the basicchanges of structure steppe phytocoenosis carry the directed character and, the most probably, representendodynamic succession.

A.V Ivashov, A.P Simchuk.
The role of genetic factors in ecosystem dynamics.
The articleis addressed to the analysis of role of genetic factors in ecosystem dynamics. Main attention is focussed on themechanisms of numerical dynamics in populations of forest (oak leafroller) and agricultural (potato tube worm)pests. Findings are used for producing of conception for pesticide-free control of forest pests.

S. G. Koltuhov
Tuzla historical-geographical area of Bospora-Kimery during an antique epoch.
The site of Kerch strait between cape Tuzla on Taman and cape the Ak-Burun at the Crimean coast during anantique epoch represented not up to the end the understood geographical phenomenon. Here, by izbate 4-5 min an antiquity occured significant narrowing navigable part Боспора Киммерийского in a direction of theCrimean coast. Taking into account rising of sea level on 4 m for last 2,5 thousand years, there are bases forthe assumption that in area modern косы Tuzla there could be a site dry. For the benefit of it existence of tracesof an ancient ferry between capes Tuzlas and the Ак-breaker testifies.

O.G. Igtatieva, E.I. Ovsyanyi, A.S. Romanov
Heavy metal pollution of sediments in Sebastopol bay.
The level of heavy metal pollution in Sebastopol bay was investigated. The steady and extended pollutionzones with higher level of heavy metal were revealed. The possible remote ecological consequences of technogenouspollution are discussed.

V.G. Mishnev
Ecodynamics of Crimean woods.
 The last and modern wood economy and alsomodern state of oak and pine woods was reviewed. The original data on wood reproduction in the Crimea andon influence of different factors (light, humidity, insects, large mammals)) on restoration of wood werepresented.

A. N. Oliferov, Z. V. Timchenko.
The Ecogeodynamics of the Water Resources of the Crimea.
Ecogeodynamics of the water resources of the Crimea for 11 years are reviewed. The common water-take halfthe losses of the transportation increased. The ecological conditions of the rivers became worse – only 13 from31 rivers are consided as steady for water supply. The quantity of anthropogenic inundations and mudflowincreased. Water reservoirs keep water and demand an ecological throw, and also keep alluvium.

A.A. Zagorodnikov, I.A. Morozova.
The Crimea as the international range for development of ecology safety technology.
The possibility for creation of complex system for ecogedynamics monitoring inthe Crimea was shown. It was proved that Crimean region can be use as the as the international range for developmentof ecology safety technology.

Yu.B. Ivanov, V.O. Nasonkin, O.V. Bobrykina
Theoretical and instrumental approach for monitoring of long-wave processes in water area of the Black Sea adjoining to the Crimean peninsula
The resultsof computational experiments and instrumental observation of registration of intrinsically oscillation of theBlack Sea are given. This data refers to period’s diapasons/ranges/spectral bands, which have never been investigated.

K. M. Khailov
Prospects of quantitative geosociology of Crimea.
The new scientific direction, conditionallynamed "geosociology", is discussed. The given direction is called qualitatively and quantitatively totake into account complexity of natural complexes with plants occupying them, animal, people, with different inertforms of substance. By the example of the Crimean region it was shown, that work with numerical characteristicsof ecogeosystems allows to carry out real synthesis and integration of the different specialized knowledge.

V. A. Podsolonko
Preparation of scientific staff of manegers and economists in the Crimean region.
The substantiation of necessity of expansion of preparation of the post-graduate students in Ukraineand Crimea is given. The experience of increase of a role of definition of the purpose and strengthening ofprocesses structurization of a spelling and certification of the dissertations is described. The examples ofstrengthening of specialization of commissions and their members in the specialized scientific council onprotection of the candidate dissertations are resulted. The examples of examination of the dissertations oncompetition of a scientific degree of the candidate of economic sciences are shown.

O. P. Kovalyov
Two levels of the scientific geospace's reflections and the problem of the theoretical geography creating
Some ways of creating of the scientific geographical reality patterns have been drawn up inthis article. The abstract apparatus allowing reflecting adequately the geospace structure complexity including theestablishing of the relation between such abstracts as 'geosystem' and 'geocomplex' is considered. It is shownthat the discursive overview of the geographical reality requires the description at two levels: physical and informational.It is made a try to separate physical block that allows composing the "physical" object pattern. The idea about N-GIS –theNature Geoinformation System - as well as the information machine as the part of it is introduced. It is given the briefdescription of the author view about the geospace evolution.