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AMPLIFIED SOIL DEGRADATION AFTER 38 YEARS OF THE DRAINAGE NETWORK ON THE UPPER TERRACES OF THE MOLDOVA RIVER (ROMANIA) (Papers SGEM2018)

O. Radu, M. Ailenei (Radu), F. Filipov
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The main objective of our studies undertaken is to determine the causes of the increased degradation of the soil from upper terraces of Moldova’s river catchment. In the studied area from the western part of the Suceava Plateau (North-Eastern Romania) was built in 1978-1980 with a (...)


ANALYTICAL STUDIES ON CONTENTS OF ESSENTIAL AND TOXIC ELEMENTS IN RICE AVAILABLE IN LATVIAN RETAIL (Papers SGEM2018)

E. Lama, R. Ozola, V. Rudovica, K. Bavrins, A. Viksna
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Rice is an important source of nutrition as well as food supplies for massive food industry, retail, home consumption, animal feedstock and other uses. The quality of the grown agricultural foods is fragile and dependent on many external and internal factors, e.g., influenced by (...)


BIODIAGNOSIS OF THE STATE OF OIL-POLLUTED CHERNOZEM DURING REMEDIATION WITH UREA AND POTASSIUM HUMATE (Papers SGEM2018)

T. V. Minnikova, S. I. Kolesnikov, T. V. Denisova, Y. V. Akimenko
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT In the course of model experiments, the biological properties of ordinary chernozem at oil pollution of 5% and 10% of soil mass and subsequent introduction of biologically active substances such as urea and potassium humate were studied. The results of bioremediation of (...)


BIODIAGNOSTICS OF CONSEQUENCES OF SOIL CONTAMINATION WITH MODERN BIOCIDES (Papers SGEM2018)

Y. V. Akimenko, S. I. Kolesnikov, K. Sh. Kazeev, T. V. Minnikova
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Variations of biological properties (3, 30, 90 days) of chernozem under the impact of antibiotics (ampicillin, streptomycin, tylosin) and pesticides (systemic fungicide input) in the concentration of 500 mg/kg of soil have been studied in simulation experiments. Addition of biocides (...)


BIOGENIC ELEMENTS AND TECHNOGENIC POLLUTANTS ACCUMULATION INFLUENCED BY ANTHROPOGENIC LOAD IN THE SOILS OF SOLOVETSKY SETTLEMENT. (Papers SGEM2018)

A. Trofimova, S. Popov, L. Popova, M. Nikitina, L. Gerasimova
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The most attractive tourist object of the West-Arctic region of Russia is Solovetsky Island. However, every year increasing the tourist flow has anthropogenic impact on unique Arctic areas. This article presents the features of the biogenic elements, oil products and heavy metals (...)


CHERNOZEM DEGRADATION IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC OVER THE LAST 50 YEARS (Papers SGEM2018)

J. Hladky, M. Brtnicky, J. Elbl, A. Kintl, J. Kynicky
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Chernozem soil-type forms 11% of the agricultural land fund in the Czech Republic. It is located in the driest and warmest regions of the Czech Republic. It occurs up to an altitude of 300 m a. s. l. with an average annual temperature of 8 °C and an annual precipitation of 450 - 650 (...)


CLIMATE CHANGE AND POLYPHASIC SOIL DEVELOPMENT (Papers SGEM2018)

A. Grozav, G. Rogobete
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Soils can be defined as four dimensional natural bodies, where the lithosphere, the atmosphere, the hydrosphere and the biosphere are soil – forming factors which operate in geological time. The soil profile reflects the climate change passed during soil – forming process. The majority (...)


CONCENTRATION OF ARSENIC IN THE SOILS OF THE DANUBE FLOODPLAIN BETWEEN THE TIMOK RIVER AND THE VIT RIVER (Papers SGEM2018)

V. Stoyanova, T. Kotsev, R. Kretzschmar, K. Barmettler
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The aim of the current research is to present an actual and overall picture of the arsenic (As) contamination of the soils in the Bulgarian part of the Danube floodplain between the Timok River and the Vit River including the following lowlands: Bregovo-Novoselska, Vidinska, (...)


CONSIDERATIONS CONCERNING THE IMPORTANCE OF THE CAPPING LAYER IN THE DESIGH OF SUSTAINABLE ROAD PAVEMENTS (Papers SGEM2018)

F. BELC, P. MARC, A. L. BELC
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The paper presents the theoretical analysis concerning the realization conditions of the capping layer in Romania, in comparison with the stipulations of other technical norms, especially the French ones. The authors aim at emphasizing the technical solutions which can be applied in (...)


COPPER AND ZINC FRACTIONAL DISTRIBUTION IN CHERNOZEM HAPLIC UNDER MODEL EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS (Papers SGEM2018)

M. Burachevskaya, T. Minkina, S. Mandzhieva, E. Konstantinova, V. Rajput
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The uncertainty of methods for determining the heavy metal compounds, as well as problems in the comparison of the methods used, require further studies in this field. The aim of research is to study the fractional composition of Cu and Zn compounds in soil under model contamination (...)


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