Methodological approaches of system analysis as components of the methodology of aerospace geomonitoring for solving natural resources management and environmental problems
Keywords:methods, models, system analysis, aerospace geomonitoring, interdisciplinarity, structuring, Earth remote sensing
AbstractThe possibility of using some of the developed, modified, and adapted methodological tools of system analysis as components of the methodology of aerospace geomonitoring for solving environmental and ecological problems is shown. The above methods, namely: statistical criterion method, multicriteria optimization method, analytical networks method, system dynamics method, fractal, and structural-texture analysis method. These methods are illustrated with specific examples of solving thematic problems, which, together with systematic, interdisciplinary, and structuring principles, are based on the methodology of aerospace geomonitoring for sustainable nature management and restoring the natural environment.
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