Environmental study for pollution in the area of Megalopolis power plant (Peloponnesos, Greece)

@article{Sarris2009EnvironmentalSF,
  title={Environmental study for pollution in the area of Megalopolis power plant (Peloponnesos, Greece)},
  author={Apostolos Sarris and Eleni Kokinou and Eleni Aidona and Nikolaos G Kallithrakas-Kontos and Pavlos E. Koulouridakis and Georgia Kakoulaki and Kassiani Droulia and Ourania Damianovits},
  journal={Environmental Geology},
  year={2009},
  volume={58},
  pages={1769-1783}
}
The main purpose of the present study is to investigate the suitability of magnetic properties in correlation to geochemical measurements as a pollution-monitoring tool and study the metal transmission factors in an area around a major local source, namely a lignite-burning power plant. Surface soil samples were collected in the wide area of the power plant of Megalopolis (Peloponnesos, Greece). The magnetic susceptibility and other magnetic properties of the surface soils were originally… 

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