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Basic procedures for mapping the chemical contamination of Bulgarian soils

, : Basic procedures for mapping the chemical contamination of Bulgarian soils. Mapping of soil and terrain vulnerability to specified chemical compounds in Europe at a scale of 1: 5 M: proceedings of an international workshop held at Wageningen, Netherlands, 20-23 March 1991: 57-59

The basic procedures for assessing and mapping the chemical contamination of Bulgarian soils with specified chemical compounds are discussed. The procedure described for mapping and sampling contaminated soils permits the identification and characterization of the actual severity and occurrence of specific contaminants in a particular area.

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