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Sources of PM10 Air Pollution in Rural Area in the Vicinity of a Highway In Žilina Selfgoverning Region, Slovakia

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Burden of industrial waste and potential for recycling: technological, economic and environmental aspects

, A. (2006). Red mud and fly ash for remediation of mine sites contaminated with As, Cd, Cu, Pb and Zn. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 134 (1–3), 112 - 119. Bryan, C.G., Hallberg, K.B., Johnson, D.B. (2006). Mobilisation of metals in mineral tailings at the abandoned São Domingos copper mine (Portugal) by indigenous acidophilic bacteria. Hydrometallurgy. 83 (1–4), 184-194. Ciccu, R., Ghiani, M., Serci, A., Fadda, S., Peretti, R., Zucca, A. (2003). Heavy metal immobilization in the mining-contaminated soils using various industrial wastes. Minerals

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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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Asphalt Mixtures with Limestone Aggregate for Base Layer

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Asphalt mixtures are mixtures of mineral aggregates, filler, bitumen and eventually additives in proportions determined by recipe designed in the laboratory. Asphalt mixtures used as base course are bituminous concrete.

The natural aggregates are granular materials of mineral origin that come from natural or artificial crushing of the rocks. In our country there are the various rocks: eruptive or magmatic rocks, metamorphic rocks, sedimentary rocks.

To the category of sedimentary rocks belong limestone. Sedimentary rocks are characterized by relatively high porosity and a pronounced stratification, which causes mechanical resistance to be low and vary by direction of load. Due to the structure less dense and weaker mechanical resistance, the limestone are used less in heavy traffic pavement structures.

This paper presents an asphalt mixture recipe for the base layer developed in the Laboratory of Roads from Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest (TUCEB), using limestone aggregates extracted from Hoghiz Quarry. The paper contains laboratory test results to determine the recipe and laboratory findings leading to the schedule of product.

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The Effects of the Addition of Vegetable Oil on the Viscosity of Used Marine Engine Oil Marinol RG 1240

REFERENCES Kalam, M.A., Masjuki, H.H., Haeng, Muk Cho, Mosarof, M.H., Md. Iqbal Mahmud, Mohammad Asaduzzaman Chowdhury, Zulkifli, N.W.M. (2017) Influences of thermal stability, and lubrication performance of biodegradable oil as an engine oil for improving the efficiency of heavy duty diesel engine. Fuel, 196, pp. 36-46. Malinowska, M. (2017) The full or partial replacement of mineral marine engine oil with vegetable oil, on the example of rapeseed oil. Journal of KONES, 24, 1, pp. 247-255. Erhan S.Z., Asadauskas S. (2000) Lubricant basestocks

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The Restriction of Individual Performance of PGPR on Maize Nutrient Uptake by Antagonistic Relations

. Ekoloji 15(57), 15-25 (in Turkish). Doung T.P., Diep C.N., Khiem N.T., Hiep N.H., Toi N.V., Lich N.V., Nhan T.K., 1984. Rhizobium inoculant for soybean (Glycine max L. Merril) in Mekong Delta. Plant and Soil 79:241-247. El-Howeity M.A., Asfour M.M., 2012. Response of some varieties of canola plant (Brassica napus L.) cultivated in a newly reclaimed desert to plant growth promoting rhizobacteria and mineral nitrogen fertilizer. Annals of Agricultural Sciences. 57(2):129-136. Eyupoglu F., Kurucu N., Talaz S., 1996. The

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Influence of Transition Metals on Animal and Human Health: A Review

REFERENCES ANDERSON, G.J., WANG, F.: Essential but toxic: controlling the flux of iron in the body. Clin Exp Pharmacol Physiol., 39(8)719-724, 2012. AYANDA, O.S., ADEKOLA, F.A.: A Review of Niobium-Tantalum Separation in Hydrometallurgy. Journal of Minerals & Materials Characterization & Engineering, 10(3)245-256, 2011. BACHTHALER, M., LENHART, M., PAETZEL, C., FEUERBACH, S., LINK, J., MANKE, C.: Corrosion of tungsten coils after peripheral vascular embolization therapy: influence on outcome and tungsten load. Catheter Cardiovasc Interv., 62

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Identification of prospective industrial clusters in Slovakia

underestimated. The manufacture of basic metals was rather stable in time, while the manufacture of other non-metallic mineral products was not considered a cluster candidate in recent years. On the other hand, in 2015 and 2016, the manufacture of pharmaceuticals emerged among potential clusters. According to Fig. 2 , this industry was not presented in previous years because similarly to the case with the forestry, the related employment data in the Banská Bystrica region was not published by the Statistical Office of the Slovak Republic due to some confidentiality reasons

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Heavy Metal Uptake by Novel Miscanthus Seed-Based Hybrids Cultivated in Heavy Metal Contaminated Soil

References 1. Barbosa B., Boléo S., Sidella S., Costa J., Duarte M. P., Mendes B., Cosentino S., Fernando A. L.: Phytoremediation of heavy metalcontaminated soils using the perennial energy crops Miscanthus spp. and Arundo donax L., BioEnergy Research, 8(4) (2015) 1500-1511. 2. Clifton-Brown J., Lewandowski I.: Overwintering problems of newly established Miscanthus plantations can be overcome by identifying genotypes with improved rhizome cold tolerance, The New Phytologist, 148(2) (2000) 287-294. 3. Clifton

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Heavy Metal Accumulation in Leaves of Hydrocharis Morsus-Ranae L. and Biomonitoring Applications

Accumulator Plants , in: Plants that Hyperaccumulate Heavy Metals: Their Roles in Phytoremediation, Microbiology, Archaeology, Mineral Exploration and Phytomining, ed. R.R. Brooks, Oxon, CAB International 1998, 203-226. 7. Campo G., Orsi M., Badino G., Giacomelli R., Spezzano P.: Evaluation of motorway pollution in a moutain ecosystem. Pilot project: Susa Valley (Northwest Italy) years 1990-1994, Science of the Total Environment, 189/190 (1996) 161-166. 8. Dojlido J.R.: Chemia wód powierzchniowych , Białystok, Wydawnictwo Ekonomia i Środowisko 1995. 9. El Falaky A

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