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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 the Central and South America. Effects of deforestation of tropical forests and soil erosion because of inappropriate land use and climate change were calculated until 2060 for countries of the Central and South America.

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A I Kurbatova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Author for correspondence.

PhD, Candidate of Chemical Science, Associate Professor, Ecological Monitoring and Prognostication, Environmental Department

Podolskoe shosse, 8/5, Moscow, Russia, 113093

A M Tarko

Dorodnitsyn Computing Center, Russian Ac.Sc


PhD, Doctor of Physico-mathematical sciences., Senior Research Fellow Dorodnicyn Computing Centre, Federal Research Center «Computer Science and Control» of Russian Academy of Sciences

Vavilov str., 40, Moscow, Russia, 119991

E V Kozlova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia


PhD student, Ecological Monitoring and Prognostication, Environmental Department

Podolskoe shosse, 8/5, Moscow, Russia, 113093


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