Providing Stable Development of Technogenic Systems Formed During Mineral Exploration in the Far Eastern Federal District

Krupskaya, Lyudmila Timopheevna; Zvereva, Valentina Pavlovna; Volobueva, Nadezda Grigorievna
September 2014
Applied Mechanics & Materials;2014, Issue 644-650, p5379
Academic Journal
The article presents the results of the study of environmentally stable evolution of technogenic systems formed during the mineral development in the Far Eastern Federal District (FEFD) of Russia. The scope of ecosystems destruction was defined, and the assessment of waste impact on ecosphere and health of the population was made. Environment protection measures were developed.


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