Podrobnosti záznamu

Název
    Environmental Pollution
Nakladatel
    Elsevier
ISSN
    0269-7491
Země vydání
    Česká republika
    Nizozemsko
    Velká Británie
Klíčove slovo
    Environmental
    Pollution
Články z tohoto seriálu
    Behaviour of arsenic in forested catchments following a high-pollution period
    Buffering processes in a boreal stream during experimental acidification
    Change of magnetic properties due to fluctuations of hydrocarbon contaminated groundwater in unconsolidated sediments
    Environmentally accetable effect of hydrogen peroxide on cave "lamp-flora", calcite speleothems and limestones
    Geochemical and Pb isotopic evidence for sources and dispersal of metal contamination in stream sediments from the mining and smelting district of Pribram Czech Republic
    Heterogeneous response of central European freshwaters to decreased acidic atmospheric deposition
    Identification of magnetic particulates in road dust accumulated on roadside snow using magnetic, geochemical and micro-morphological analyses
    Magnetic anomalies of forest soils in the Upper Silesia-Northern Moravia region
    Microbial effects on the release and attenuation of arsenic in the shallow subsurface of a natural geochemical anomaly
    Modelling soil nitrogen: The MAGIC model with nitrogen retention linked to carbon turnover using decomposer dynamics
    Potential and drawbacks of EDDS-enhanced phytoextraction of copper from contaminated soils
    Rapid regional recovery from sulfate and nitrate pollution in streams of the western Czech Republic - comparison to other recovering areas
    Recovery from Acidification in Central Europe ? Observed and Predicted Changes of Soil and Streamwater Chemistry in the Lysina catchment, Czech Republic
    Regional scale evidence for improvements in surface water chemistry 1990-2001
    Rising trends of dissolved organic matter in drinking-water reservoirs as a result of recovery from acidification in the Ore Mts., Czech Republic
    Spotting zones of dissimilatory sulfate reduction in a forested catchment: the 34S-35S approach
    Spotting zones of dissimilatory sulfate reduction in a forested catchment: the 34S-35S approach