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Relation between atmospheric and water migration and the biological cycling of heavy metals in a montane forest landscape


, : Relation between atmospheric and water migration and the biological cycling of heavy metals in a montane forest landscape. Nauchnye Doklady Vysshei Shkoly, Biologicheskie Nauki ( 9): 28-32

Studies of the migration of Zn, Mn, Cu, Pb, Ni and Co were made at 4 montane forest sites in Russia: 2 remote sites in the central Urals (one on acid and the other on basic/ultrabasic substrates) and 2 sites affected by smoke containing SO2 plus Ni, Co and traces of other metals (both on basic substrates). Data on inputs (by air and precipitation) and outputs to the river system are tabulated with values given for water-soluble and acid-soluble fractions.

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