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Issledovaniye zagryazneniy tyazhel'mi metallami pochvennogo pokrova ob"yektov sumgaitskogo massiva apsheronskogo poluostrova  [Soil cover heavy metal pollution investigation in the Sumgait area of the Apsheron Peninsula]

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doi: 10.5281/zenodo.2539633
Alternate Title:Soil cover heavy metal pollution investigation in the Sumgait area of the Apsheron Peninsula
Authors:Akhmedova, R. R.; Ashurova, N. D.; Babayeva, T. M.
Author Affiliations:Primary:
Sumgaitskiy Gosudarstvennyy Universitet, Symgait, Azerbaijan
Volume Title:Bulleten' nauki i praktiki Bulletin of Science and Practice
Source:Bulleten' nauki i praktiki = Bulletin of Science and Practice, 5(1), p.151-156. Publisher: Nauka i Praktika, Niznevartovsk, Russian Federation. ISSN: 2414-2948
Publication Date:2019
Note:In Russian with English summary. 14 refs.; illus., incl. 1 table
Summary:In a paper, the investigations of pollution of the soil cover of objects of Sumgait region of the Absheron peninsula with heavy metals have been carried out. The microelements composition of the grey-brown soils of Sumgait region taken from the territory of superphosphate plant has been studied. According to the content of microelements, the investigated soils in the North-Western and southern parts of the Absheron Peninsula have been grouped on a degree of concentration of heavy metals depending on the depth of the investigated soils. The zinc (77.0 mg/kg, at depth 0-16 cm, soil profile no. 03), copper and cadmium (88 mg/kg and 0,36 mg/kg at depth 0-20 cm, soil profile no. 05) have the highest concentration in comparison with other microelements. Depending on the location of the key areas from sources of technogenic emissions, the content of heavy metals is changed. Thus, it has been revealed that in the soils investigated by us on the territory of the superphosphate plant the most important micro elements, i.e. heavy metals have been unevenly distributed.
Subjects:Cadmium; Cobalt; Copper; Heavy metals; Metals; PH; Pollutants; Pollution; Soil pollution; Soil profiles; Toxic materials; Zinc; Apsheron Peninsula; Azerbaijan; Commonwealth of Independent States; Europe
Record ID:846157-1
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