«Agrophytocenology: aspects of theory, methodology and related sciences» [Monograph] / V. I. Shanda, E. O. Yevtushenko, N. V. Voroshilova, Y. V. Malenko
The most characteristic features of the modern civilization stage are runaway growth, integration and further differentiation of knowledges, enhancement of the science role in society. Science is an important factor of global transformation and mankind progress. The existence and prosperity of society depends largely on the success of science which is developed rapidly, justifying correctness, objectivity, reliability, and appropriateness of decisions on long-term planning of economic, environmental, political and social activities. Neither reliable prediction of further long-term effects of our current actions nor correct definition of the immediate tasks of economic activity are possible without a thorough scientific analysis of the numerous challenges that affect the tasks of modern society. Realities of the present state justify absolute needs for multilateral forecasting, modeling of multivariate objective patterns of mankind future, and certainly of science itself and its priorities. Works of scientists that include a monograph of V.I. Shanda, E.O. Yevtushenko, N.V. Voroshilova, Y.V. Malenko offer insights into better understanding and more accurate determination of status, ways and prospects of further science development in general and in level of its individual disciplines. The monograph highlights in retro- and perspective the nature, development, interdisciplinary connections, ontological, gnoseological and theoretical issues, concepts, differentiation of agrophytocenology as a science, represented the systemic vision, elementary and structural analysis of agrophytocenoses, their division and specificity, including chaos and behaviours related to formation of structure, composition and interactions.
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