HIERARCHICAL REGIONALIZATION SYSTEM FOR BARENTS AND KARA SEAS IN CONNECTION WITH THE MULTI-LEVEL ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING OF HYDRO-TECHNICAL MACRO-PROJECTS
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Abstract (English):
The hierarchical system of landscape- and biome-based regionalization ranging from local to global scales is proposed for the Barents and Kara Seas region, based on principles of large marine ecosystems and ecoregions concept. Being a prerequisite for rational exploitation and protection of marine biological resources at different levels, developing of hierarchical regionalization system can be used for organizing the multi-level environmental monitoring of engineering macro-projects in the coastal zones of the Barents and Kara Seas – such as exploitation of Stockman gas field, and construction of Sabetta port complex.

Keywords:
Marine coastal zones, anthropogenic impact, hierarchical system, landscape- and biome-based regionalization, large marine ecosystems and ecoregions, multi-level environmental monitoring, engineering macro-projects
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