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All papers published in this subsection are part of SGEM2018 Conference Proceedings (ISSN 1314-2704). The SGEM Conference Proceedings are evaluated and indexed by Clarivate Analytics ISI Web of Science/ Web of Knowledge, SCOPUS, Engineering Village/Compendex, ProQuest, EBSCOhost, British Library, Springer Nature. Every paper is registered in CrossRef database and has its own DOI (Digital Object Identifier). Papers could be also found via Mendeley, CiteULike, Google Scholar and Russian eLibrary.ru (РИНЦ).

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ASSESSMENT OF THE POTABILITY LEVEL OF GROUNDWATER IN THE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS EXTRACTION AREA OF TICLENI-ROMANIA (Papers SGEM2018)

R. G. Popa, E. C. Schiopu, I.R. Pecingina, V. R. Cazalbasu
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The industrial objectives in which petroleum products are extracted (oil drillings, separating parks, compressor stations, deposits, transport pipelines) are sources of pollution for the soil and groundwater in the area. The specific pollutants in drilling, exploitation and separation (...)


BIOCHAR AMENDMENT IN BENZO[A]PYRENE CONTAMINATED SOIL FOR BIOREMEDIATION OF POLLUTED SOIL (Papers SGEM2018)

S. Sushkova, V. Chaplygin, T. Minkina, J. Popileshko, E. Antonenko
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The aim of this article is assessment biochar bioremediation potential in the benzo[a]pyrene artificially contaminated Haplic Chernozem with various doses of benzo[a]pyrene (200, 400 and 800 μg/kg) equivalent to 10, 20 and 40 levels of maximal permissible concentrations (MPC) and 1-5% (...)


BIOCHAR AS A POTENTIAL CARRIER FOR AGRICULTURAL BENEFICIAL MICROBES (Papers SGEM2018)

N. Belonogova, M. Rudakova, D. Vasserman, P. Galitskaya, S. Selivanovskaya
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT In the recent years, growing interest to biochar as a means of improving soil quality is observed. Biochar is a product of pyrolysis of biomass such as plant residues or organic wastes. Biochars made of manures are special because they can solve two environmental problems (...)


USE BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS FOR IDENTIFICATION OF NEW GRAM-POSITIVE ISOLATES AND THEIR VARIABILITY (Papers SGEM2018)

K. Boturova, M. Blinkova
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The diversity of sites with a high proportion of metals is characterized by the occurrence of specifically adapted microorganisms. Their identification and subsequent accurate genotypic and phenotypic characteristics are a prerequisite for further practical applications, especially in (...)


BIOINDICATION OF ANTROPOGENIC LOAD IN CAVES KINDERLINSKAYA AND OKTYABRSKAYA (REPUBLIC OF BASHKORTOSTAN, RUSSIA): COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ROCKS AND SEDIMENTS MICROMYCETES SPECIES’ COMPOSITION (Papers SGEM2018)

S. E. Mazina, P. Arias, M. D. Kharlamova, N. A. Chernykh, Y. I. Baeva
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The composition of micromycetes of rocks and deposits of the caves Kinderlinskaya and Oktyabrskaya, located in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia, have been studied. The caves are formed in the upper Devonian Famennian limestones. These caves differ significantly in anthropogenic (...)


BIOREMEDIATION OF METALS FROM TEXTILE WASTE WATER USING BACTERIA PSEUDOMONAS AND ASPERGILLUS FILAMENTOUS FUNGI (Papers SGEM2018)

S. E. Mazina, P. Arias, M. D. Kharlamova, N. A. Chernykh, Y. I. Baeva
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Metal-complex dyes form complex compounds with metal ions. In practice, these dyes shows very good level dyeing, have better penetration properties, can cover up for the irregularities in the substrates, are more resistant to washing processes, and are more stable to light. In (...)


CELLULASE ACTIVITY IN ANTHROPOGENICALLY DISTURBED CHERNOZEMS (Papers SGEM2018)

L. Plekhanova
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The study of the rate of autoregeneration of soil microbial community allows developing the strategy of soil management. The activity of cellulase in soils shows the rate of biological transformation of plant residues and may be used as indicator of autoregeneration of soil microbial (...)


CHANGES OF PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL FEATURES OF WATER UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF IRON COAGULANT IN NATURAL CHAROPHYTES COMMUNITIES (Papers SGEM2018)

M. Rybak, T. Joniak
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The iron phosphates coagulant is commonly used in lake restoration to improve water quality and eliminate cyanobacteria bloom. Nevertheless, the short-term abiotic environment transformation in particular inside macrophytes communities is still not sufficiently studied. The field (...)


CLASSIFICATION AND DIVISSION OF FLAMMABLE SUBSTANCES AND MATERIALS BASED ON THEIR COMPOSITION, PROPERTIES AND CHARACTERISTICS (Papers SGEM2018)

I. Coneva, J. Mullerova
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The paper deals with burning processes, combustible materials and materials. Each fire is accompanied by combustion processes that depend on combustion conditions, in particular the presence of flammable substances and materials, oxidant and source of initiation. Fire is burning (...)


CLAYS, INTERCALATED WITH ORGANIC SUBSTANCES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES (Papers SGEM2018)

R. Ozola, M. Klavins, J. Burlakovs
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT It is well documented that the interlayer space of clay minerals, notably smectites (e.g., montmorillonite), can be intercalated with wide variety of inorganic cations or organic cations through ion exchange reactions or using other physical and chemical means of interaction. When the (...)


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