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|Title:||Study of the Radioactive and Chemical Air Pollution Patterns in Kiev conurbation using the Black Poplar Tree Bark as Biomonitor|
|Authors:||BERLIZOV Andrey; FILBY R.; MALIUK I.a.; SAJENIOUK A. D.; TRYSHYN V. V.; WISS Thierry|
|Citation:||Eight International Conference on Methods and Applications of Radioanalytical Chemistry p. Log 256|
|Publisher:||American Inst. of Physics|
|Type:||Contributions to Conferences|
|Abstract:||Tree bark has proved to be a suitable biological substrate for air pollution monitoring studies, especially in urban and industrial regions suffering from anthropogenic overpressure. Black poplar (Populus Nigra L.) is a widespread tree species in Ukrainian cities and elsewhere in the country, and is thus quite suitable for performing air pollution monitoring both on a local and country‐wide scale. In the present study a total of 156 black poplar bark samples were collected in 5 residential and industrialized areas in Kiev. The samples were subject to a comprehensive analytical examination for the content of both stable chemical elements and anthropogenic radionuclides.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Transuranium Elements|
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