Terrestrial Aquatic Systems under Human Impact

L. S. Ernestova Institute of Experimental Meteorology, SPA 'Typhoon'

Yu. I. Skurlatov Institute of Chemical Physics RSA

Studies and analysis of the state of natural aquatic ecosystems with different anthropogenic loads using a developed kinetic approach show that one of the fundamental consequences of human impact is the synchronism break of multielectron (even) charge transfer in biogeochemical cycles primary elements (oxygen, nitrogen, sulphur, manganese, etc.).

The role of natural factors adverse geochemical and climatic conditions in a region in particular is discussed in this mechanism.

It is shown that the composition of water and its properties as a reactive redox system and an aquatic medium vary as a result of a balance break in the oxygen cycle and conjugated sulphur and manganese cycles.