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«Biogeosystem Technique» – scientific journal.

E-ISSN 2413-7316

Publication frequency – issued 2 times a year.

Issued from 2014.

Biogeosystem Technique

Over the past decade a number of multidisciplinary journals have appeared, such as well-known Science and Nature that publish scientific papers presenting the latest achievements in different scientific areas. At the same time, there's no scientific issue so far, purposefully combining in its publications the various aspects of biological research ranging from the dynamics of soil, landscape, climate, including the natural and agricultural genetic resources. It was in that context that the subject of scientific and applied interest of the journal are studies of the actual substance of the Earth and its flows from the point of view of an objective reflection of their current state and development on this basis of approaches to the management of the biosphere. An increase in the production of organic food, raw materials and goods, waste high-technology industry, agriculture, and recycling of wastes is not possible without deep system knowledge of the relationships between different levels of organization of the biosphere, the elements in the hierarchy of its system.

The journal’s objective is to contribute to the reduction of conflict and ensuring a consistent embedding of humanity and its technologies in the biosphere, increasing its biological capacity and sustainability, developing methods to reduce the rate of loss of biodiversity, the creation of fundamentally new technique, technologies and biogeosystem.

The Editorial Board invites researchers to publish articles about their achievements.

This is an open access journal. The journal does not have article processing charges (APCs) and article submission charges. The journal allows the author(s) to hold the copyright and retain publishing rights without restrictions. When using the materials in non-commercial purposes the link to the organization is required. The commercial use is prohibited. 



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