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By Professor Dr. Vladimir F. Krapivin, Associate Professor Costas A. Varotsos (auth.)

This useful research of environmental subsystems functioning lower than a number of climatic and anthropogenic stipulations presents a different perception into the social context of world alterations in biogeochemical cycles and demonstrates present knowing of globalization and sustainable improvement.

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On the whole, as Perry (2001) notes, understanding the role of the atmosphere±ocean system in global changes requires a study of its dynamics with consideration of various kinds of information over a long historical period. Of course, it is reasonable here to use the respective models and data from the paleocenographic record. This is only possible by coordinating various programs on the study of the atmosphere±ocean system. An assessment of the greenhouse e€ect requires a complex consideration of the interaction of all processes of energy transformation on Earth.

He was appointed Grand Professor in 2003 at the World University for Development of Science, Education, and Society. He is a full member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences and Balkan Academy of Sciences, New Culture, and Sustainable Development. He has specialized in investigating global environmental change by the application of modeling technology and has published 20 books in the ®elds of ecoinformatics, game theory, and global modeling. Costas A. Sc. D. in Atmospheric Physics in 1984.

A. for their refusal to support the concept of dangerous, anthropogenic global warming and thus the Kyoto Protocol. No matter how paradoxical it may seem, such claims are in fact being made against the background of an increasing understanding of the imperfections of current global climate models and their still inadequate veri®cation. , 2003). , we should welcome the huge e€orts of this country to support climate studies, manifested through both special attention to improvement of observational systems and to developments in the ®eld of climate problems, in general (Mahoney, 2003).

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