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Biosphere pollution with lead: Expansion and prospects for Russia



Biosphere pollution with lead: Expansion and prospects for Russia



Meditsina Truda i Promyshlennaya Ekologiya 0(5): 21-27



Complex analysis proves environmental pollution with lead and its compounds to be a serious problem for urban territories of Russian Federation, so immediate activities of authorities in charge are required. Recent decrease of lead releases into atmosphere is caused mainly by production decline, but considerable part of children in urban Russia is still under risk of lead intoxication.

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