Monitoring of Developing Regional Agrosphere Assimilation Potential
The article cover the issues of improvement of theoretical and methodological approaches to environmental and economic activity of agricultural businesses through the assessment of the anthropogenic pressure on natural resources and assimilation capacity of the agricultural sphere. To enhance the efficiency of natural resources management it has been proposed to apply analytical monitoring which would provide for obtaining relevant information about the volume of natural resources consumption and environment pollution scales. The stages for implementation of monitoring and analytical methodology to calculating the indices characterizing possibilities of assimilation potentials of the agricultural sphere have been determined. The results of analytical monitoring constitute output parameters for developing programs for reducing the negative effects and creating appropriate conditions for building up the assimilation capacity of the agricultural sphere with subsequent transition to ecological and safe production. To assess the assimilation potential of the agricultural sphere it has been proposed to use an integrated index of human load on natural resources which would be sensible to consider while determining the strategy of agricultural business development.
Volume (Year): (2014)
Issue (Month): 1 (March)
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