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Proskuryakov M. A. Problem of Chronobiological Cyclic of Movement of Forest Ecosystems Properties. First Communication

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Keywords:
forest ecosystems, chronobiology, cyclic recurrence of movement, plants, climate
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71–84

Abstract

How to cite: Proskuryakov M. A. Problem of chronobiological cyclic of movement of forest ecosystems properties. First Coomunication // Sibirskij Lesnoj Zurnal (Siberian Journal of Forest Science). 2015. N. 2: 71–84 (in Russian with English abstract).

DOI: 10.15372/SJFS20150206

© Proskuryakov M. A., 2015

On the basis of generalization of materials of long-term research it is shown objectively manifested action of the law of cyclic recurrence of movement of all properties of forest organisms and ecosystems. The action of this law should be considered, both in research and in use, for conserving biodiversity, productivity and resource values of forests. For this purpose, the conceptual solution to a problem of cyclic analysis of spatial-temporal movement of all properties of forest organisms and ecosystems was proposed as related to climate change thus allowing forest management at lower costs and risks. The possibility of using chronobiological analysis for assessment of cyclic changes of sensitivity, direction, speed and value of transposition of forest organisms and ecosystems’ properties were shown. Likewise, it will contribute to development of new actual trends of theoretical and applied surveys. Among them are monitoring of coordinates’ movement of spatial-temporal localization of properties of forest ecosystems, their productivity and protection role; analysis of cyclic movement of introduction results of forest organisms in new regions; development of reduced impact forest use and creation of new technologies allowing mitigation of adverse cyclic changes of productivity and biological steadiness of forests, their protection, and recreation role. Development of these directions will reduce inefficient labor and time costs for restoration and preservation of biodiversity and forest productivity, as the most important everlasting resource of the Earth.


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