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Title: The geochemistry of technogenic landscapes: theory and practice
Authors: Karpichenka, Aliaksandr
Zhoomar, Pavel
Chartko, Mikalai
Issue Date: 2008
Citation: Methodology of landscape research: Dissertations Commission of Cultural Landscape. – Sosnowiec: Commission of Cultural Landscape of Polish Geographical Society, 2008. – № 9. – P. 170-190.
Series/Report no.: 9;
Abstract: This article is dedicated to new approaches which have been appeared in the geochemistry of technogenic landscape in Belarus for last five years. All of them are concerning to different types of geochemical assessment of whole landscape and considering a group of ecological facilities connected with a lack of chemical elements or their abundance. Special emphasis has been done to the assessment of geochemical situations in technogenic landscapes, to the identification of different level of its favorability for vital functions of organisms. Simultaneously different types of lateral and radial geochemical structures have been considered in the framework of structural approach. The adduced technique of the geochemical diversity assessment is based on the account of numerous combinations of geochemical structures within elementary technogenic landscape. Its connection with landscape and biological diversity have been traced in the article.
URI: http://elib.bsu.by/handle/123456789/4320
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