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Spatial 137Cs distribution in forest soil

Autorzy Dołhańczuk-Śródka, A.  Smuda, M.  Ziembik, Z.  Wacławek, M. 
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Konferencja Proceedings of the IV All-Polish Conference on Radiochemistry and Nuclear Chemistry9-11 May 2005, Kraków-Przegorzały, Poland
Języki publikacji EN
Abstrakty
EN This work presents the distribution of radioactive caesium in several types of forest soil originating from the Lesisko reserve (Opole Province, Poland). Vertical distribution of 137Cs isotope was determined in the profiles related to physicochemical properties of different types of soils and their location. Thickness of emerging genetic horizons, structure and morphology of soil profiles were determined. The highest 137Cs activities were found in Of and A horizons. At the same time, there was a sudden drop of 137Cs activity in mineral horizons of soil profiles. By analysis of caesium radioisotope content and its distribution in soil profiles significant correlations were observed between certain physicochemical properties (e.g. pH value, hydrolytic acidity, granulometric composition) of soils in selected forest habitats.
Słowa kluczowe
EN forest   radioactive caesium   radioecology  
Wydawca Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology
Czasopismo Nukleonika
Rocznik 2006
Tom Vol. 51,suppl.2
Strony 69--79
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 22 poz., rys.
Twórcy
autor Dołhańczuk-Śródka, A.
autor Smuda, M.
autor Ziembik, Z.
autor Wacławek, M.
  • Physico-chemical Research Division, University of Opole, 4 B. Kominka Str., 45-032 Opole, Poland, Tel.: +48 77 453 89 76, Fax: +48 77 455 91 49, agna@uni.opole.pl
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