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  • On the question of the influence of water bodies in the basin of the river Kuban growing problem of iodine deficiency

    The paper analyzes the influence of anthropogenic and climatic factors and changes in aquatic ecosystems Kuban basin on the growing problem of iodine deficiency. The analysis allows to see that the additional impact of complex human influence adversely affects the incidence of thyroid disease population zhelezy.Predstavleny recommendations for addressing environmental health and reduce the risk of iodine deficiency disorders.

    Keywords: anthropogenic load, Pool Kuban River, iodine deficiency disorders, goitrogenic effect preventive measures.

  • Ecological forecasting of water pollution Heavy metal

    Long found a direct link between the quality of drinking water and human longevity. Heavy metals getting into our bodies remain there forever, you can get them only with the help of milk proteins and porcini mushrooms. They poison human body, they are also mechanically clog it - heavy metal ions deposited on the walls of the body and thinnest systems clog channels kidney, liver channels, thereby reducing the filtration capacity of these organs. Accordingly, this leads to an accumulation of toxins and waste products of cells of our body, i.e. self-poisoning organism. Ecological forecasting is based on a miscalculation of the possible future behavior of natural systems under the influence of both natural processes and anthropogenic factors. It is therefore advisable during environmental monitoring use spatial modeling of pollutants in the aquatic environment, which will allow to visualize the distribution of pollutants and to reveal the dynamics of pollution. The results of modeling the distribution of pollutants into waters of the Gulf of Taganrog.

    Keywords: Ecological forecasting, environmental monitoring, drinking water, heavy metals.