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Effect of exhaust gases from vehicles on the Moscow ring road on forest ecosystems



Effect of exhaust gases from vehicles on the Moscow ring road on forest ecosystems



Lesovedenie (4): 69-74



The level of snow pollution and forest health were studied near the Moscow ring road in Russia. Snow was sampled on four transects and analysed for deposits, and forest health was assessed using a 5-grade index system. Data are tabulated on deposit concentrations in snow water. A threshold value of 120 mg/litre deposits was identified. Exceeding this value caused a sharp decline in forest health.

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