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Transfer of Risk elements in soil–bilberry system

.W., Rutherford, G.K. & Van Loon G.W. (1984). Characteristics of soil profiles affected by smelting of nickel and copper at Coniston, Ontario, Canada. Geoderma, 32, 273-285. Jamnicka, G., Bučinova, K., Havranova, I. & Urban A. (2007). Current state of mineral nutrition and risk elements in a beech ecosystem situated near the aluminium smelter in Žiar nad Hronom, Central Slovakia. For. Ecol. Manag., 248(1-2), 26-35. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2007.02.033. Janik, R. (2010). Biomas production of Viola reichenbachiana L. in submountain beech forest of

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Acute toxicity of experimental fertilizers made of blood meal, spent coffee ground and biomass ash

-DULEWSKA CZ., POLUSZYŃSKA J., MIŁEK D., SZEWCZYK A., SŁAWIŃSKA I. 2017. Acute toxicity of experimental fertilizers made of spent coffee grounds. Waste and Biomass Valorization. DOI 10.1007/s12649-017-9980-3. CIESIELCZUK T., ROSIK-DULEWSKA CZ., WIŚNIEWSKA E. 2015. Possibilities of coffee spent ground use as a slow action organo-mineral fertilizer. Annual Set the Environment Protection. Vol. 17 p. 422-437. CIR(EU) No 354/2014. Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 354/2014 of 8 April 2014 amending and correcting Regulation (EC) No 889/2008 laying down

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Assessment of the effect of reactive materials on the content of selected elements in Indian mustard grown in Cu-contaminated soils

and hydrogen stimulated autotrophic sulphate reduction. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. Vol. 94 p. 305–314. C alderon B., F ullana A. 2015. Heavy metal release due to aging effect during zero valent iron nanoparticles remediation. Water Research. Vol. 83 p. 1–9. C avell A.J. 1955. The colorimetric determination of phosphorous in plant materials. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. Vol. 6. Iss. 8 p. 479–481. C iećko Z., W yszkowski M., K rajewski W., Z abielska J. 2001. Effect of organic matter and liming on the reduction of

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Assessment of groundwater salinity and risk of soil degradation in Quaternary aquifer system. Example: Annaba plain, Algeria N-E

:// D ebieche T.H. 2002. Evolution of water quality (salinity, nitrogen and heavy metals) due to salt pollution, agricultural and industrial. Application to low plain of the Algerian Seybouse Northeast. PhD Thesis. Besançon. Univ. Franche-Comte pp. 235. G aud B. 1976. Etude hydrogéologique du système aquifère d’Annaba–Bouteldja. [Hydro geological study of Anna-ba – Bouteldja aquifer system]. Rapport de l’ANRH, Algérie pp. 151. H abes S. 2013. Caractéristiques chimiques d’un lac appartenant aux écosystèmes humides du Nord de l

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A universal meteorological method to identify potential risk of wind erosion on heavy-textured soils

wind erodible fraction in a semiarid environment of Argentina. Geoderma, 159(1–2): 228 236. DAGESSE, D. F. (2013): Freezing cycle effects on water stability of soil aggregates. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 93(4):473–483. DeLUCA, T. H., KEENEY, D. R., McCARTY, G. W. (1992): Effect of freeze-thaw events on mineralization of soil nitrogen. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 14(2): 116–120. DIAZ-ZORITA, M., GROVE, J. H., PERFECT, E. (2002): Aggregation, fragmentation, and structural stability measurement. In: Encyclopedia of Soil Science (pp. 37

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Hydrochemistry and origin of principal major elements in the groundwater of the Béchar–Kénadsa basin in arid zone, South-West of Algeria

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Preliminary Monitoring of Physico-Chemical Parameters of Water Wells from the Village of Bivolari (The Moldavian Plain)

., Mihali C., Mecea M., Dumuta A., Dippong T. 2016, Considerations on the relative efficacy of aluminium sulphates versus polyaluminium chloride for improving drinking water quality. Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai, Chemia, 61(2):225-238. Cirtina D., Capatina C. 2017a, Preliminary Study on Assessment of Mineralization Degree and Nutrient Content of Groundwater Bodies in Gorj County. Rev. Chim.(Bucharest), 68(2):221-225. Cirtina D., Capatina C. 2017b, Assessment of Drinking Water Quality of Targu Jiu City by Analyzing Physical and Chemical Quality

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Impact of Water-Induced Processes on the Development of Tarns and Their Basins in the High Tatras

, J.C. & Beier A.E. (2002). GIS overview map of potential rapidly moving landslide hazards in western Oregon . IMS22-Text. Oregon: Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries, Portland. Houdek, I. (1943). Tatranské plesá. Zborník Muzeálnej Slovenskej Spoločnosti , 36/37, 246–259. Hreško, J., Bugár, G., Petrovič, F., Mačutek, J. & Kanásová D. (2012) Morphodynamic effects on lacustrine deposits in the High Tatras Mts. Ekológia (Bratislava) , 31(4), 390–404. DOI: 10.4149/ekol_2012

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Komplexe Schadstoffflussanalysen aus geochemischer Sicht als Grundlage für eine nachhaltige Stadtplanung

” Krige, D.G.: Lognormal — De Wijsian Geostatistics for Ore evaluation. In: Geostatistics 1, S.A. Inst. of Min. Met. Monogr. Ser. (1987); De Wijs, H.J.: Statistics of Ore Destribution. In: Journal of the Royal Netherland Geol. and Mineral. Soc. (1951/53); Matheron, G.: Principles of Geostatistics. In: Econ. Geol. 58 (1963), S. 1246–1266; ders: The Theory of Regionalized Variables and its Applications. In: Les Cahiers du Centre de Morphologie Mathématique de Fontainebleau (1971) . Einer der wichtigsten Unterschiede zwischen den einzelnen In terpolationsmethoden ist die

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Word Heritage Sites as soft tourism destinations – their impacts on international arrivals and tourism receipts

-based soft tourism destinations, include not only world heritage natural sites; many natural parks and nature reserve areas can very well serve this purpose, too. Most forms of health tourism use some natural healing resource (thermal water, mountain fresh air, mineral muds, etc.) combined with relaxation and healthy food to produce a complex healing experience, which is perfectly in line with the idea of soft tourism ( Bacsi, Kovács, 2016 ). Similarly, rural tourism also relies on both natural resources – the beautiful rural landscape, the richness of the plant and

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