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Vertical distribution of Cu, Ni and Zn in Brunic Arenosols and Gleyic Podzols of the supra-flood terrace of the Słupia River as affected by litho-pedogenic factors

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Biochemical and chemical indices of soil transformations on goose farms in years 1996–2011 / Biochemiczne i chemiczne wskaźniki przeobrażeń gleb na terenie ferm gęsi w latach 1998–2011

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Sedimentological interpretation and stratigraphical position of glacigenic deposits in the Napęków area (Holy Cross Mountains, Poland)

valley in the Late Glacial and Holocene ]. Dialog Press, Warsaw, 180 pp. (in Polish). Ludwikowska-Kędzia, M., 2013. The assemblages of transparent heavy minerals in Quaternary sediments of the Kielce-Łagów Valley (Holy Cross Mountains, Poland). Geologos 19, 95–129. Ludwikowska-Kędzia, M. & Pawelec, H., 2011. Osady glacigeniczne w rejonie Mąchcocic Kapitulnych [Glacigenic sediments near Mąchocice Kapitulne (Holy Cross Mountains)]. [In:] M. Ludwikowska-Kędzia & M. Wiatrak (Eds): Geologia i geomorfologia Regionu Świętokrzyskiego , 71–87 (in Polish, with

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The content of copper, zinc, and nickel in the selected species of edible mushrooms

1 Introduction Mushrooms from natural sites are products rich in mineral substances, including valuable macro- and microelements. However, many researchers [ Bielawski and Falandysz 2008 , Chojnacka and Falandysz 2007 , Soylaket et al. 2005 , Gastet et al. 1988 , Falandysz et al. 2002 , Falandysz et al. 2006 ] pay attention to the fact that specific fungi species are able to take numerous metallic elements from soil and accumulate them in their fruiting bodies in concentrations considerably exceeding their amounts in soil. Pająk [2016] confirmed high

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River response to climate and sea level changes during the Late Saalian/Early Eemian in northern Poland – a case study of meandering river deposits in the Chłapowo cliff section

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Use of biofuel ashes in forestry

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Preliminary Contamination Risk Assessment of Mining Waste Using Spatial Analysis and Geochemical Characterization of Rock Formations. Case Study in Hungary

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The Effect of Various Nitrogen Fertilization Regimes on the Concentration of Thirty Three Elements in Carrot (Daucus Carota L.) Storage Roots

-41. Diatta J.B., Biber M., Chudzińska E. 2009. Calcium as a factor mitigating negative impact of heavy metals on soil and plant. I. Phytotest, transfer factors of heavy metals. Ochrona Środowiska i Zasobów Naturalnych 41: 77-88. Diatta J.B., Grzebisz W. 2006. Influence of mineral nitrogen forms on heavy metals mobility in two soils. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies 15 (2a): 56-62. Diatta J.B., Grzebisz W. 2009. Calcium as a factor mitigating negative impact of heavy metals on soil and plant. I. Soil chemical

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Evaluation of the Effect of Municipal Sewage Sludge Compost and Furnace Waste on the Quality of Amur Silver Grass Miscanthus Sachariflorus Biomass

References [1] Aggelides SM, Londra PA. Effects of compost produced from town wastes and sewage sludge on the physical properties of a loamy and a clay soil. Bioresour Technol. 2000;71(3):253-259. DOI: 10.1016/S0960-8524(99)00074-7. [2] Carbonell G, Imperial RM, Torrijos M, Delgado M. Effects of municipal solid waste compost and mineral fertilizer amendments on soil properties and heavy metals distribution in maize plants. Chemosphere. 2011;85(10):1614-1623. DOI:101016/j.chemosphere.2011.08.025. [3] Li H

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Coal Cleaning Versus the Reduction of Mercury and other Trace Elements’ Emissions from Coal Combustion Processes

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