Global climate change: cyclical nature of natural and permanent nature of man-made processes
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Reference: Khairullina, Elmira R., Venera I. Bogdanova, Elena V. Slepneva, Gulnaz F. Nizamutdinova, Leysan R. Fatkhullina, Yulia A. Kovalenko, and Oleg A. Skutelnik. "Global climate change: cyclical nature of natural and permanent nature of man-made processes". Eurasian Journal of Biosciences 2019 13 no. 2 (2019): 2311-2316.

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Abstract

The relevance of the study is due to the trends of global climate change of the Earth, which put human civilization in the conditions of adaptation to the changed parameters of the environment. The main reason for these manifestations is techno- genic human activity associated with the development of industry and agriculture. However, in the process of studying climate change using modern means of scientific and technical observations, the importance of an alternative approach that recognizes the primacy of natural processes occurring on Earth regardless of human activity is proved. The authors of the article relied on the environmental approach to the use of priorities of cyclical nature variability of global climate change, determining the permanent nature of transformation of human techno-genic activity in the preservation of the environment. In this regard, taking into account scientific and technical observations, the article reveals the trends of global climate change; the dominant influence of the cyclical nature of variability on global climate change is established. Based on the study results, the permanent nature of transformation of techno-genic processes of human activity in the conditions of global climate change is substantiated and experimentally proved.

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