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Predicting of lead distribution and immobilization in soil of the region of lignite mining (Rudovci, Serbia)

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Authors:Musicki, Stevan M.; Kljajevic, Ljiljana M.; Milanovic, Misko M.; Cebela, Maria Z.; Milovanovic, Sladana S.; Nenadovic, Snezana S.; Nenadovic, Milos T.
Author Affiliations:Primary:
Belgrade University of Defense, Military Academy, Belgrade, Serbia
University of Belgrade, Serbia
University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Volume Title:Acta Montanistica Slovaca
Source:Acta Montanistica Slovaca, 20(3), p.192-199. Publisher: Fakulta BERG Technickei Univerzity, Kosice, Slovakia. ISSN: 1335-1788
Publication Date:2015
Note:In English. 23 refs.; illus., incl. 3 tables, geol. sketch maps
Summary:Lead distribution and immobilization in cultivated soils in Rudovci, Serbia was investigated. Sampling was carried out by the method recommended by ICP-Forests Manual, 2006, Part III Sampling and analysis of Soil. The sampling geometry was systematically designed with a random component. The maximum sampling depth was 100 cm and lead distribution was monitored during 425 days. First sample was taken after 50 days and every single next sample was taken after 50 days except for the last sample which was taken after 25 days. Before the profile contamination, physical and chemical soil analysis has been done. The cation exchange capacity of the soil was done because media affect mobility cations (anions) in soil. The effect of immobilizations of Pb is highest in the second horizons where the depth of investigating soil is 25-50 cm.
Subjects:Agrochemicals; Cadmium; Cation exchange capacity; Chromium; Coal; Copper; Heavy metals; Lead; Lignite; Mathematical models; Mercury; Metals; Mines; Monitoring; Pesticides; PH; Pollution; Prediction; Risk assessment; Sampling; Sedimentary rocks; Soil pollution; Soil profiles; Zinc; Europe; Serbia; Southern Europe; Lazarevac Serbia; Rudovci Serbia
Coordinates:N442200 N442200 E0202500 E0202500
Record ID:811847-1
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