EurekaMag.com logo
+ Translate

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


, : 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

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.

(PDF 0-2 workdays service)

Accession: 002980356

Submit PDF Full Text: Here


Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:
Close
Close

Related references

Puszkar, T., 1976: An attempt to use soil fauna as an indicator of the degree of contamination and restoration of the natural environment in the emission region of Nitrogenous Fertilizer Works in Pulawy. Pamietnik Pulawski: 6 229-230

Erdmann, W.; Kettner, H., 1975: Results of measurements of fluoride emission near an aluminium works. Das Offentliche Gesundheitswesen 37(1): 29-32

Goodhead, D.T.; Thacker, J., 1977: Inactivation and mutation of cultured mammalian cells by aluminium characteristic ultrasoft X-rays. I. Properties of aluminium X-rays and preliminary experiments with Chinese hamster cells. Irradiation with ultrasoft X-rays produces electron tracks of short defined lengths in the irradiated material. This property is of particular interest in distinguishing between different models of radiation action on living organisms. The product...

Nygaard, P.H.; Eldhuset, T.D., 1996: The ratio between base cations and aluminium in soil solution as a criterion for critical load in forest soil. The use of the base cation:Al ratio to determine the critical loads of acid deposition in forest soils is discussed. Preliminary data from the forest health survey in Norway show no clear connection between the measured Ca:Al ratio in soil solutio...

Hui, Cang, 2006: Carrying capacity, population equilibrium, and environment's maximal load. Gabriel et al. proposed solutions to two paradoxes raised by Levins and Ginzburg in the logistic equation. The resolution of these two paradoxes lies in the distinguishing of two concepts in ecological studies: carrying capacity and population equ...

Takesako, H.; Wada, N.; Sumida, H.; Kawahigashi, M.; Miyamoto, J.; Suzuki, S.; Tanaka, H.; Sasaki, S.; Tanabe, N.; Nomura, A.; Murooka, A.; Yokotagawa, T.; Inubushi, K., 2002: Properties of soil in Chiba University's Atagawa farm. III. Mineralogical properties and soil classification of volcanic ash soils. Analysis of mineralogical properties by X-ray fluorescence spectrometry and x-ray diffraction combined with selective dissolution were performed on soil samples collected from soil horizons in Site 4 (located on the lower part of the gentle foot s...

Shiraishi, K., 1980: Effect of aluminium hydroxide on soil physical properties. 2. Effect of aluminium salts on soil physical and chemical properties. The addition of Al salts to soils promoted the formation of water stable aggregates, lowered the liquid limit and raised the plastic limit, reduced the zeta potential, pH and exchangeable cation content, and increased the electrical conductivity,...

Rauta, C.; Cicotti, M.; Grou, E., 1983: Contributions to knowledge on soil pollution with industrial fluorine in the neighbourhood of an aluminium works. Data are presented on soil and plant pollution by F within a 3500-m radius of an aluminium works.

Oezdemir Oe; O.R.illy W., 1981: Laboratory synthesis of aluminium-substituted titanomaghemites and their characteristic properties. Journal of Geophysics = Zeitschrift fuer Geophysik 49(2): 93-100

Khabarov, A.; Velikanova, M., 1970: A chemo-mineralogical characteristic of the forest light soil in the Khrenov pinewood