Contamination of soil and pine bark by heavy metals in the selected forests

@inproceedings{Chrzan2013ContaminationOS,
  title={Contamination of soil and pine bark by heavy metals in the selected forests},
  author={Anna Chrzan},
  year={2013}
}
The soil accumulates many chemical pollutants including heavy metals. In order to evaluate pollution of the environment the soil samples were taken on four forest stands in the Mogilski forest, in the Niepo3omicka primeval forest, in Skalki Twardowskiego Landscape Park and in the grove in Zawada. At these stations also collected necrotic bark of the common pine (Pinus sylvestris L.), which is a popular tree in Poland. The outer bark of common pine is extremely sensitive biomarkers of… CONTINUE READING

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