Progressing Pollutant Elution from Snowpack and Evolution of its Physicochemical Properties During Melting Period—a Case Study From the Sudetes, Poland

@article{Kpski2016ProgressingPE,
  title={Progressing Pollutant Elution from Snowpack and Evolution of its Physicochemical Properties During Melting Period—a Case Study From the Sudetes, Poland},
  author={Daniel Kępski and Marek Blas and Mieczyslaw Sobik and Żaneta Polkowska and Katarzyna Karolina Grudzinska},
  journal={Water, Air, and Soil Pollution},
  year={2016},
  volume={227}
}
Main aim of the work assumed recognition of physicochemical changes in snowpack occurring during the melting period. Properties of snow cover had been identified at two sites in Western Sudetes mountains (860 and 1228 m asl) in SW Poland since the end of January, and monitored until the disappearance of snow in late Spring. Snow pit measurements and sample collection at both sites were made followed by chemical analyses with the use of ionic chromatography. The results were compared for… 
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