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Contents of Potentially Toxic Metals and Magnetic Susceptibility of Soils Along a Rural – Urban – Rural Gradient in Bratislava City (Slovakia)

efčík P. 1999. Geochemical atlas of Slovak Republic. Part V – Soils. Soil Science and Conservation Research Institute, Bratislava. Č urlík J. & J urkovič Ľ. 2012. Pedogeochémia. Univerzita Komenského v Bratislave, Bratislava, 228 p. D’ emilio M., C hianese D., C oppola R., M acchiato M. & R agosta M. 2007. Magnetic susceptibility measurements as proxy method to monitor soil pollution: Development of experimental protocols for field survey. Environ. Monitor. Assess. 125: 137-146. Ď urža O. 1999. Heavy metals contamination and magnetic

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Spatiotemporal Changes in Atmospheric Deposition Rates Across The Czech Republic Estimated in The Selected Biomonitoring Campaigns. Examples of Results Available For Landscape Ecology and Land Use Planning

). Correlation between magnetic susceptibility and heavy metal concentrations on forest soils of the eastern Czech Republic. Journal of Environment and Engineering Geophysics, 19(1), 13-26. Novák, M., Kirchner, J.W, Fottová, D., Přechová, E., Jačková, I., Krám, P. & Hruška. J. (2005). Isotopic evidence for processes of sulphur retention/release in 13 forested catchments spanning a strong pollution gradient (Czech Republic, central Europe). Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 19, GB4012, 14 pp. (Doi: 10.1029/2004GB002396). Pilátová, H., Suchara, I

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