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Effect of industrial pollution on contents of ash elements and nitrogen in plants of meadow plant communities



Effect of industrial pollution on contents of ash elements and nitrogen in plants of meadow plant communities



Botanicheskii Zhurnal 68(11): 1583-1588



About 100 kg/ha of S accompanied by large amounts of alkali ash are accumulated on the soil surface in the vicinity of the Baltic oil-shale works in Estonia.

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