Assessment of the variability of landscape components of river's mouth areas (by example of the Anankin Lake)

1Tomchenko, OV, 1Khyzhniak, AV, 2Dyachenko, TM, 1Fedorovsky, OD
1Scientific Center for Aerospace Research of the Earth of Institute of Geological Science of the NAS of Ukraine, Kyiv
2Institute of Hydrobiology of the NAS of Ukraine, Kyiv
Dopov. Nac. akad. nauk Ukr. 2018, 2:85-92
Section: Geosciences
Language: Ukrainian

The possibility of estimating the variability of landscape components of river's mouth areas by the example of the Kiliya delta of the Danube — Anankin Lake, by using the multifractal analysis of remotely sensed materials is substantiated. This approach is based on the indices of variability, by using integral informative indicators of aquatic landscape complexes. It opens up new opportunities for revealing the general tendencies of changes occurring in aquatic ecosystems and can form the basis of their integrated monitoring on a qualitatively new level.

Keywords: Anankin Lake, aquatic landscape complexes, Danube, multifractal analysis, remote sensing
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