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The clayish-mineralogical characteristic and properties of the soil in the environment of maximal emission load of aluminium works


Lesnicky Casopis 41(1): 39-49
The clayish-mineralogical characteristic and properties of the soil in the environment of maximal emission load of aluminium works
A study was made of the effects of fluorine emissions on the soil chemistry and mineralogy of forested (Quercus-Carpinus betulus) soils and grassland soils in the Ziarska Valley, Slovakia.

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