No 2 (2015)

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IMPACT OF THE REGIONAL CONSEQUENCES OF GLOBAL WARMING AND LAND USINGON THE ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES IN INDOCHINA
Kurbatova A.I., Tarko A.M.
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On the basis of the spatial mathematical model of the global carbon dioxide cycle in the biosphere the absorption of carbon dioxide emissions from the fossil fuel burning, deforestation, and soil erosion by terrestrial ecosystems was calculated for all the world and countries of Indochina. Simulating experiments to estimate the consequences of restrictions of CO2 emissions to the atmosphere based on various scenarios of implementation of the Kyoto protocol to the Framework Convention on Climate Change were performed. Countries of the Indochina have remarkable role in absorption of CO2 emissions to atmosphere. Nevertheless, the forecast of CO2 emissions of these countries shows the fast growth of emissions during nearest 10-40 years. It will lead to significant increase of CO2 concentration of in atmosphere, which can disturb plans of Kyoto protocol and scenarios of modern plans. Effects of deforestation of tropical forests and soil erosion because of inappropriate land use and climate change were calculated until 2060 for countries of Indochina.
RUDN Journal of Ecology and Life Safety. 2015;(2):7-25
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NATURAL RECOVERY OF RIPARIAN PLANT COMMUNITIES PITSUNDA PINE AFTER FOREST FIRES
Krylenko S.V., Aleinikov A.M., Krylenko V.V.
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Thousands of people visit the riparian forests near the resort, which significantly increases the frequency of forest fires. Our studies have shown that restoration of the environmental and recreational value of the territory takes place in a much shorter time than a full recovery of plant community. Forest fires even with the death of all adults Pitsunda pines are not a basis for reducing ecological and conservation significance of the site, because there is an active restoration of pine and associated species, including rare and endemic.
RUDN Journal of Ecology and Life Safety. 2015;(2):26-32
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DYNAMICS OF LONG-TERM CHANGES OF ROUND GOBY POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS ( NEOGOBIUS MELANOSTOMUS PALLAS) OF THE BLACK AND AZOV SEAS
Kovirshina T.B.
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Population characteristics of round goby Neogobius melanostomus from the Black Sea and Azov Seas at the period of 2003 and 2009-2012 years were studied. Decrease of linear and weight growth, as well as changes of morphological and physiological parameters of the animals from both water bodies in the modern period compared to the early 2000s was observed. The probable causes of the annual changes are discussed.
RUDN Journal of Ecology and Life Safety. 2015;(2):33-40
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THE THEORETICAL SUBSTANTIATION OF APPLICAITION OF ECOLOGICAL METHODS OF PRESOWING SEEDS
Nizharadze T.S.
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Theoretically substantiated the use of ecologically electrophysical methods of influence on the seeds of cereal crops to improve their sowing qualities of, supported by the results of many years of experience
RUDN Journal of Ecology and Life Safety. 2015;(2):41-46
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MAINFEARURESOF THE ECOGEOCHEMICALSOIL CONDITION OF THE LANDSCAPE RESERVE «TEPLY STAN»
Lutsenko E.I., Stanis E.V., Buldovich S.N.
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The article describes the main ecological and geochemical aspects of the landscape reserve Teply Stan state. One of the consequences of urbanization is the soil pollution with heavy metals. Based on these studies the main localization of heavy metals anomalies, as well as the main sources of pollution were identified: motorway, anthropogenic pressures in the past, and high recreational load now.
RUDN Journal of Ecology and Life Safety. 2015;(2):47-53
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THE ECOLOGICAL-GEOCHEMICAL ASSESSMENT OF AREA KOSINO-UKHTOMSKY OF MOSCOW
Beryozkin V.U., Ivanovskay G., Nikolaev S.V., Novikov I.A., Rozanov V.B.
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Modern professional competent expert of ecology and environmental management, should have an opportunity to consolidate their knowledge in the nature observation in in the period of your study. Since 2010 the opportunity of conduction of universities practices is fulfilled in the Kosino-Ukhtomsky area of Moscow. This practices is necessary to reinforce knowledge of pedolody, geobotany, geochemistry, bio- geochemistry and environment. The main tasks is detailed study of soil and plants cover, hydrological network and relief, pollution of soil cover, migration conditions of water-soluble pollutants. This tasks deciding since 2010 to present by authors.
RUDN Journal of Ecology and Life Safety. 2015;(2):54-64
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DETECTION OF ENTEROVIRUSES IN FRESHWATER
Kozlova E.V., Kurbatova A.I.
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In this article, two different methods for the detection of enteroviruses in the fresh water were performed and compared. All collected enteroviruses were identified using molecular typing. The possible reasons of water contamination were discussed in conclusions.
RUDN Journal of Ecology and Life Safety. 2015;(2):65-69
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EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT OF PRIORITY PAHS FOR EMPLOYEES OF ENTERPRISES
Belinskaya E.A., Blinkov A.A., Zykova G.V., Osadchuk T.S., Semenov S.Y.
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Priority PAHs concentrations in the ambient air, working zone air and food products were measured by the mean of mass spectrometry. Data on the content of PAHs including benz(a)pyrene were used for exposure assessment of priority PAHs for employees of enterprises
RUDN Journal of Ecology and Life Safety. 2015;(2):70-74
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MEASURES TO REDUCE ORNITHOLOGICAL HAZARD AT THE AIRPORT
Kuchinsky M.G.
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The article presents measures carried out in the fight against the danger posed by birds and other animals to fly aircraft in Kishinev airport.
RUDN Journal of Ecology and Life Safety. 2015;(2):75-84
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HAZARD ANALYSIS AND ASSESSMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL RISK WITH STONE WORKS IN CONSTRUCTION
Arslanbekova F.F., Kalitina M.A., Kazmina A.V.
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The main dangerous and harmful factors of production in construction with stone work were analyzed, taking into account the features of this kind of economic activity. The occupational risk in the performance of stone works was evaluated.
RUDN Journal of Ecology and Life Safety. 2015;(2):85-93
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STRESS FACTORS OF THE PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENT IN ACTIVITY OF BANK EMPLOYEES
Kachanovetskaya N.I.
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Article is devoted to studying influence of factors of the social environment on human ecology. On selection of the workers’ bank sphere influence a stress factors of the production environment on psycho- emotional and professional health of employees was investigated. It is shown that the difficulties arising during interpersonal communication of bank workers are reflected in a psycho-emotional state and conduct to growth of stressful tension and decrease in health and safety of this professional group. Research I revealed positive correlation communications between satisfaction with work and the organizational cultural environment of the bank sphere ( R = 0,767), satisfaction with work and level of independence of decision- making of the employee in the organization ( R = 0,851), satisfaction with work and level of relationship of the personnel with heads and between workers ( R = 0,753) at р  0,01 and the return correlation communication between performing activity of employees and spontaneous aggression ( R = -0,649) at р  0,05. The obtained data allow becoming a basis for creation of the program of correction of bank workers in decrease in influence a stress of factors of the production environment on psychophysical health.
RUDN Journal of Ecology and Life Safety. 2015;(2):94-99
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THE USE OF AN INTEGRATED GEO-ECOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT IN ENVIRONMENTAL AUDIT AT THE OPEN COAL MININGIN MONGOLIA
Damba A., Stanis E.V.
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The successful development of the coal industry, which supplies coal to various sectors of the economy of Mongolia, it is necessary to develop different types of audit including environmental audit. This paper proposes a method of science-based approach to the integrated assessment of geo-ecological state of the environment for environmental audit of existing coal pits. The authors propose methodological principles and criteria for environmental audit to be based on an integrated assessment of geo-ecological condition of the territory. This approach is universal and can be applied to all types of coal mines in different environmental conditions, taking into account the specifics of the process of mining.
RUDN Journal of Ecology and Life Safety. 2015;(2):100-106
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DYNAMICS ANTIAGGREGATORY ACTIVITY OF THE VASCULAR WALL IN PATIENTS WITH ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION OF 1-2 DEGREES IN THE METABOLIC SYNDROME RECEIVING LISINOPRIL IN THE TREATMENT OF COMPLEX
Soldatova O.A.
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Treatment of socially significant diseases is an important task, acutely facing medicine today. In the work evaluated the possibility of a complex correction, including lisinopril, pioglitazone and non-pharmacological treatments, in terms of its impact on the antiaggregatory activity of the vascular wall in patients with arterial hypertension of 1-2 degrees in the metabolic syndrome. Against the backdrop of the surveyed contingent of this complex treatment after 4 months the full normalization of antiaggregatory activity of the vascular wall. The results are stored within a year of treatment, even if lax adherence to non-pharmacological component correction after 16 weeks of therapy.
RUDN Journal of Ecology and Life Safety. 2015;(2):107-114
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THERMAL PROCESSING OFTHE TRANSPORTATION HURBS WASTE IN MOSCOW: FEASIBILITY&PROSPECTS FOR IMPLEMENTATION
Panova A.I., Kharlamova M.D.
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Nowadays, there is an increased production and consumption, development infrastructure in urban areas, accordingly there is a need for an efficient solution of the problem of solid waste management. This problem consists of various aspects: waste transport, accumulation of waste and recycling. At this time, it is necessary to reduce the number of landfills and abandon the direct combustion of waste. Also, it is necessary to enter the best available technology in economic activity. This article is about the measures and proposals for change the model of urban waste management on the example of waste transport hubs. At that, in the article conducted analysis of available technologies for thermal waste treatment.
RUDN Journal of Ecology and Life Safety. 2015;(2):115-121
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NAShI AVTORY
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RUDN Journal of Ecology and Life Safety. 2015;(2):122-124
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