International Workshop

Fate and Impact of Persistent Pollutants in Agroecosystems

10 - 12 March 2005, Pulawy, Poland


Programme

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Book of Abstracts

 

organised in cooperation with:
Wageningen Agricultural University(The Netherlands)
and
Utah State University(The USA)

On 10-12 March 2005 an international workshop Fate and Impact of Persistent Pollutants in Agroecosytems” was organised by the PROLAND WP2 in cooperation with Wageningen Agricultural University (The Netherlands) and Utah State University (The USA). The workshop was held in the Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation in Pulawy, Poland.

Workshop gathered about 100 participants from 22 European and other countries such as Argentina, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Spain, The Netherlands, UK, Ukraine and USA.

Proper protection of agricultural ecosystems requires an extensive input from the research community. Soil pollution is one of the main threats addressed in the EC Soil Protection Strategy. Agricultural lands which function as a base for food production are of particular concern. They are often exposed to diffuse pollution, resulting in relatively low, however, not hazard-free, contamination levels. Higher levels of persistent pollutants in agricultural soils may create a risk, not only for human health, but also to biological components of agroecosytems (ecotoxicity), which were particular interest of the workshop.

The main aim of the workshop was to discuss the problems related to contamination of agricultural ecosystems with organic and inorganic persistent pollutants such as heavy metals, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, polychlorinated biphenyls, pesticides residues, etc.

The scheme of the workshop followed the path from problem identification through effects assessment and risk evaluation to problem solution. According to this idea the programme consisted of five session:

  • Level of contamination (LC)
  • Effect on biocenosis (E)
  • Fate and bioavailibility (B)
  • Risk assessment (RA)
  • Soil Quality Criteria (SQC)
  • Management (M)

Each session was started by key-lectures given by the experts of international reputation followed by oral presentations and posters (see the programme). An effort was undertaken to include both groups of pollutants (inorganic such as heavy metals and organic such as PAHs or PCBs) in each stage of workshop activities (presentations and discussions)

The Session LC – aiming at problem identification - was started by general information on agricultural land monitoring programmes and polices from EU perspective (presented by the expert from the JRC EC from Ispra). The next lectures supplied data on the levels of soil contamination with heavy metals and organic pollutants in selected European countries (Russia, France, Poland, Czech Republic and Lithuania) enabling to formulate general opinion on the state of pollution of agricultural soil in Europe.

The possibility of ecotoxic effects of those pollutants (heavy metals and PAHs) on soil organisms and plants was evaluated within the Session E by two consecutive key speakers from Belgium and Denmark.

Relationship between the observed biological effects and the content (total versus bioavailable) of pollutants in soil were the subject of three presentations (speakers from the UK, Austria and Spain) in the Session B followed by the evaluation of the fate and effects of those pollutants in contaminated soils and sediments (expert from the US EPA). A relevant lecture regarding bioavailability and mobility of inorganic pollutants (heavy metals) was given by the speaker from France.

Sessions E and B – supplying information on the fate, effects and availability of contaminants in soil environment - created a background for discussions in Section RA, which concentrated mainly on short-term and long-term ecological risk assessment in relation to inorganic and organic pollutants. (speakers from The Netherlands, Russia and USA). However, risk for humans (plants consumers) was also included in the programme (Polish presentation).

Supplementary to risk assessment procedure Session SQC referred to methods for derivation of soil quality criteria as recommendations and regulations (two German speakers) and an example of the programme of the assessment of soil quality was given by Polish participant.

The last Session M - aiming at the problem solutions - included information on application of phytoremediation techniques for cleaning up soils contaminated with heavy metals (speakers from Austria, Germany and Russia) and assessment of the management strategies of agroecosytems with persistent pollutants (USA lecturer). Practical evaluation of the EU project on management of megasites contaminated with heavy metals and POPs was given by Polish speaker.

Apart from poster sessions, a separate time was assured for poster presentations summary enabling general discussion and exchange of relevant information.

The abstracts of all presentations are included in the Book of Abstracts “Fate and Impact of Persistent Pollutants in Agroecosytems” , 10-12 March, 2005, IUNG-Pulawy-Poland

 
Presentations
 
Day 1
 

Monitoring of contaminants in agricultural soils in Europe and new EU initiative on soil protection

Giovanni Bidoglio

Joint Research Centre – European Commission, Ispra, Italy

 

Soil Pollution with heavy metals, radionuclides and pesticides in Russia

Natalya Sanzharova, S. V. Fesenko, Ye. V. Spirin, A. S. Filipas

Russian Institute of Agricultural Radiology and Agroecology, Obninsk, Russia

 

Levels of soil contamination in France by trace elements as assessed from total concentrations

Denis Baize, T. Sterckeman, F. Douay, C. Jolivet, N. Saby, H. Ciesielski, D. Arrouays

INRA – Orléans – Science des Sols, France

 

Evaluation of the content of heavy metals and organic pollutants in soils from agricultural lands in Poland

Barbara Maliszewska – Kordybach, Henryk Terelak, Tomasz Stuczyński

Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, Puławy, Poland

 

POPs in soils in the Czech Republic – temporal and spatial trends

Ivan Holoubek, Jana Klánová, Jakub Hofman, Milan Sáňka, Radim Vácha, Jiří Zbíral

Recetox, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

 

Assessing trace elements accumulation/depletion in Lithuanian soils

Saulius Marcinkonis, Sigitas Lazauskas and Vytas Masauskas

Lithuanian Institute of Agriculture, Traku Voke, Vilnius, Lithuania

 

Toxicity of metals to plants and soil micro-organisms

Eric Smolders

Catholic University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium

 

Ecotoxicology of PAH's in soil systems

Janeck J. Scott – Fordsmand

National Environmental Research Institute, Silkeborg, Denmark

 

Microorganisms as indicators of soil health

Wieslaw Barabasz

Agricultural University of Krakow, Department of Agricultural Microbiology, Krakow, Poland

 

Can we measure bioavailability of organic contaminants in soil?

Kirk T. Semple, Kieron J. Doick

Lancaster University, Lancaster, The UK

 

Constraints to Biodegradation of HOC in Soil - Does Bioavailability really matter?

Andreas P. Loibner, Rudolf Braun, George A.C. Ehlers

University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Tulln, Austria

 

Assessment of the Fate and Effects of PAH's in Contaminated Sediments and Soils

PART 1 PART 2

Henry H. Tabak

US EPA, ORD, Environmental Research Centre, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

 

Assessing the microbial accessibility of native polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons sorbed to soils and sediments

Jose Julio Ortega Calvo, M. Bueno - Montes, R. Posada – Baquero, A. Gutierrez – Daban

Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología, CSIC, Sevilla, Spain

 

Mobility and bioavailability of heavy metals in agricultural soils

Henri - Charles Dubourguier, A. Kahru, M. François, A. Ivask, F. Douay

Institut Superieur D’Agriculture, Lille, France

 

Day 2

 

Ecological risk assessment and soil quality

Anton M. Breure, Christian Mulder, Michiel Rutgers

National Institute of Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), Bilthoven, The Netherlands

 

Short-term and long-term risks of organic pollutants in the agricultural soil system; PAHs as a case study

Joop Harmsen, Herman Eijsackers, Wim Rulkens, Ronald Sims

Wageningen University, ALTERRA, Wageningen, The Netherlands

 

Risk Assessment for soil Cd needs to consider soil and crop variation and Cd bioavailability

Rufus L. Chaney, Philip G. Reeves

US Dept. of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland, USA

 

Plants ecotoxicology: implications for biological monitoring and ecological risk assessment

Stanislav Gieras’kin, V. G. Dikarev, T. I. Evseeva, A. A. Oudalova, D. V. Vasiliev

Russian Institute of Agricultural Radiology and Agroecology, Obninsk, Russia

 

Recommendations for producers and consumers of plants cultivated on heavy metal contaminated soils

Jadwiga Gzyl

Institute for Ecology of Industrial Areas (IETU), Katowice, Poland

 

Trigger and action values for the pathway soil-plant

Konstantin Terytze

Umweltbundesamt und Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany

 

Soil-plant transfer of organic chemicals and derivation of trigger values

Werner Kordel, Monika Herrchen, Konstantin Terytze

The Fraunhofer Institute for Molecular Biology and Applied Ecology, Schmallenberg, Germany

 

Soil quality assessment -screening and monitoring tools at different scales

Tadeusz Magiera, Zygmunt Strzyszcz

Institute of Environmental Engineering of Polish Academy of Science, Zabrze, Poland

 

Plant vitality as an indication to assess the contamination of soil and water

Edgar O. Klose, Stephan Pflugmacher, Peter Lentzsch, Marion Tauschke, Tatyana A. Karasyova, Galina Tolkacheva,

INNO, Concept GmbH, Strausberg, Germany

 

Phytoremediation of metal-polluted soils using trees

Walter Wenzel

University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna, Austria

 

Phytoremediation of metal contaminated soils with fast growing trees

Peter Leinweber, Ch. Baum, K. Hrynkiewicz

University of Rostock, Institute for Land Use, Rostock, Germany

 

Improvement of phytoremediation effects with help of different fertilizers

Irina Shtangeeva, Hanna Kahelin, Jussi Laiho

St. Petersburg University, St. Petersburg, Russia

 

Risk - based integrated management strategy for megasites contaminated with heavy metals and POP's: the lesson learnt from the EU Welcome Project

Grzegorz Malina, J. Krupanek, H. H. M. Rijnaarts

Częstochowa University of Technology, Częstochowa, Poland

 

Management of agroecosystems for persistent pollutants

Ronald Sims

Utah State University, Logan, Utah, USA

 

The complete list of posters:

  1. *SOURCES OF HEAVY METALS POLLUTION AND ITS EFFECTS ON AGRICULTURAL ECOSYSTEMS
    Tatyana N. Abramova., V. K. Kuznetsov, N. N. Isamov(jr.), N. N. Sanzharova
  2. HEAVY METALS IN SOILS OF DIFFERENT TECHNOGENIC POLUTION OF LITHUANIA
    Jonas Mazvila, Tomas Adomaitis, Linas Putelis
  3. EFFECTS OF AGROCHEMICALS IN HEAVY METAL CONTENTS OF AGRICULTURAL SOILS
    F.Alonso Vega1, E.F. Covelo, M.L.Andrade
  4. CHANGES ON SOIL QUALITY DUE TO VINEYARD MONOCROP
    Luisa M. Andrade, Emma F. Covelo, Flora A. Vega
  5. BIOAVAILABILITY - A FACTOR IN TOXICITY ASSESSMENT OF SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH OBSOLETE PESTICIDES WASTES
    Tomasz Baczynski
  6. *ACTIVITY OF SOIL MICROORGANISMS PARTICIPATING IN TRANSFORMATION OF NITROGEN COMPOUNDS IN SLUDGE-FERTILIZED WILLOW CULTIVATION
    Wieslaw Barabasz, Barbara Filipek-Mazur, Jolanta M. Chmiel, D. Albinska, Jolanta Barabasz
  7. *THE EFFECT OF SLUDGE FERTILIZATION ON OCCURRENCE OF MICROORGANISMS IN RHIZOSPHERE OF WILLOW
    Wieslaw Barabasz, Aleksander Szmigiel, Barbara Filipek-Mazur, D. Albinska, Jolanta Barabasz, Piotr Suchecki
  8. *POSSIBILITY OF WILLOW CULTIVATION IN MALOPOLSKA REGION
    Wieslaw Barabasz, Aleksander Szmigiel
  9. *UTILIZATION OF SLUDGE TO FERTILIZATION OF WILLOW
    Wieslaw Barabasz, Aleksander Szmigiel, Barbara Filipek-Mazur, Jolanta M. Chmiel, D. Albinska
  10. REDUCTION OF CADMIUM AND LEAD CONTENT IN PLANTS, BY FOLIAR FERTILIZATION WITH MANGANESE
    Constantin-Horia Barbu, Carmen Monica Goncea, Camelia Sand, Mihai Pop
  11. *THE FUNDAMENTAL ROLE OF CROP ROTATION AND SOIL FERTILITY FOR SUSTAINABLE FARMING SYSTEMS
    Boris Boincean
  12. *STUDY OF ATRAZINE DISSIPATION AND ACCUMULATION IN A MEADOW SOIL
    Maria Borbély, J. Kátai, Zoltan Gyori
  13. SYNTHESIS OF SIDEROPHORES BY FREE AND IMMOBILIZED PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA FOR THE BIOAUGMENTATION OF AN AGRICULTURAL SOIL POLYCONTAMINATED WITH TOXIC METALS
    Armelle Braud, Karine Jézéquel, Thierry Lebeau
  14. INVESTIGATION OF NATURAL AND EXPERIMENTAL HEAVY METALS SORPTION IN LUVISOLS NEAR HIGHWAY
    R. Vaisvalavicius, A. Motuzas, V. Butkus, V. Zilinskas
  15. ACCUMULATION OF HEXACHLOROCYCLOHEXANE ISOMERS IN VEGETAL TISSUES OF CYNARA SCOLYMUS L. AND ERICA SP.: A FIELD STUDY OF PROCESSES
    R. Calvelo, C. Monterroso, M. Camps-Arbestain, F. Macías
  16. SOIL-BASED PHYTOTOXICITY OF HEXACHLOROCYCLOHEXANE ISOMERS TO TERRESTRIAL HIGHER PLANTS
    R. Calvelo, F. Macías, C. Monterroso
  17. OCCURRENCE OF TOXIN-PRODUCING FUNGI IN PHYLLOSPHERE OF CULTIVATED PLANTS
    Jolanta M. Chmiel, Wieslaw Barabasz, Jolanta Barabasz
  18. AN ATTEMPT TO IMPROVE BENCHMARKING OF CHANGES IN BIOLOGICAL POTENTIAL OF STRESSED SOILS
    L. Dusek, J. Hofman, J. Svihálek, P. Pavlis, I.Holoubek
  19. VARIABILITY OF CADMIUM CONCENTRATION IN SEWAGE SLUDGE OBTAINED FROM RAILROAD CAR WASH
    A. Kiepas – Kokot, B. Mieszczerykowska – Wójcikowska, E. Dusza
  20. STUDY OF THE BIOAVAILABILITY AND PHYTOTOXICITY OF ZINC AND LEAD FOR RYEGRASS IN SALINE CONDITIONS USING HYDROPONIC AND SOIL-CONTACTING BIOASSAYS
    Kadria El-Azab, Michel Jauzein
  21. BROMINATED SEMI-VOLATILE DIOXIN-LIKE AIRBORNE, CONTAMINANTS OF PINE NEEDLES, AROUND THE TOKYO BAY, JAPAN
    Nobuyasu Hanari, Tsuyoshi Okazawa, Keerthi S. Guruge, Nobuyoshi Yamashita, Jerzy Falandysz
  22. PCDD’s AND PCDF’s IN PINE NEEDLES FROM POLAND
    Ilona Bochentin, Anna Orlikowska, Jerzy Falandysz, Nobuyasu Hanari, Barbara Wyrzykowska, Nobuyoshi Yamashita
  23. PCNS, PCDDS, PCDFS AND DIOXIN-LIKE PCBS IN AGRICULTURAL SOILS OF POLAND
    Barbara Wyrzykowska, Anna Orlikowska, Nobuyasu Hanari, Ilona Bochentin, Jerzy Falandysz, Nobuyoshi Yamashita
  24. PINE NEEDLES AS BIOMONITORING TOOL OF SOURCES AND DIFFUSION OF PCBS AND CNS IN TROPOSPHERIC AIR IN POLAND
    Anna Orlikowska, Nobuyasu Hanari, Ilona Bochentin, Barbara Wyrzykowska, Jerzy Falandysz, Nobuyoshi Yamashita
  25. HEAVY METALS CONTENT IN TYPIC ARGIUSTOLLS UNDER INTENSIVE AGRICULTURE
    E. Fernandez Covelo, F.A.Vega, M.L. Andrade
  26. *UPTAKE OF HEAVY METALS BY SLUDGE-FERTILIZED WILLOW
    Wieslaw Barabasz, Aleksander Szmigiel, Barbara Filipek-Mazur, Jolanta M. Chmiel, D. Albinska
  27. THE INFLUENCE OF PH ON INTERACTIONS OF CU 2+ IONS WITH HUMIC ACIDS DERIVED FROM TWO DELUVIAL SOILS
    Elzbieta Gieguzynska, Dorota Golebiowska, Adam Kocmit
  28. THE IMPACT OF CHEMICAL POLLUTION WITH PESTICIDES TOXAPHEN AND HEPTACHLOR ON WHEAT AND CORN PLANTS
    Maria Duca, Aliona Glijin, Angela Port, Andrei Isac, Elena Savca
  29. IMPACT OF HORTICULTURAL PRACTICES ON THE AVAILABILITY OF ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDES TO ORGANICALLY CULTIVATED VEGETABLES
    Mariana, Gonzalez, Karina S. B., Miglioranza, Julia E. Aizpún de Moreno, Víctor J. Moreno
  30. *THE ROLE OF BACTERIA IN ATRAZINE DEGRADATION IN SOME HUNGARIAN SOIL
    J. Kátai, Maria Borbély, Zoltan Gyori
  31. SPECIFIC FEATURES OF HEAVY METALS BEHAVIOR IN THE SOIL-FODDER-ANIMAL SYSTEM
    Isamov N.N. (Jr.), Sanzharova N.I., Kuznetsov V.K.
  32. THE DEGREE OF POLLUTION OF ROUND WAY SIEDLCE SOIL BY HEAVY METALS
    Dorota Kalembasa, Dawid Jaremko, Krzysztof Pakula
  33. THE INFLUENCE OF THE DOSES OF WASTE ACTIVATED SLUDGE ON THE SOIL POLLUTION BY HEAVY METALS
    Dorota Kalembasa, Rafal Cichuta, Andrzej Wysokinski, Dawid Jaremko
  34. ANALYSIS OF CYANOBACTERIAL HEPATOTOXINS FROM WATER, DRINKING WATER AND BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS IN POLAND
    Andrzej K. M. Kabzinski
  35. DETERMINATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS HAS INFLUENCE ON EFFICIENCY OF BLOOMING AND BIOSYNTHESIS OF BLUE-GREEN ALGAE TOXINS
    Andrzej K. M. Kabzinski, H. Grabowska, J. Cyran, D. E. Szczukocki, B. Macioszek, R. Juszczak, A. Zawadzka, S. Kulesza-Szczesna
  36. REDUCTION OF CYANOBACTERIAL TOXINS DISCHARGE IN SURFACE WATER PRETREATMENT IN EXAMPLE OF SULEJÓW ARTIFICIAL LAKE
    A. K. M. Kabzinski, H. Grabowska, J. Cyran, D. E. Szczukocki, B. T. Macioszek, R. Juszczak, A. Zawadzka, T. K. A. Kabzinski, I. Ziemecka
  37. *PHENANTHRENE SORPTION ONTO ORGANIC PARTICLES FOUND IN SOILS AND SEDIMENTS
    Hrissi K. Karapanagioti
  38. POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS CONTENT IN PLANTS GROWING ON SLUDGE FROM MUNICIPAL SEWAGE TREATMENT
    Katarzyna Klimczak, Barbara Gworek
  39. DETERMINATION OF ECOTOXICITY PARAMETERS FOR SELECTED POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS IN FRESHLY CONTAMINATED SOILS
    Agnieszka Klimkowicz-Pawlas, Barbara Maliszewska-Kordybach
  40. SOIL ADSORPTION OF PHARMACEUTICAL ANTIBIOTIC SULFONAMIDES
    S.Thiele-Bruhn, Peter Leinweber
  41. CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ZN/PB ORE SMELTING WASTELANDS IN UPPER SILESIA
    O. Lomonos, T. Stuczynski, G. Siebielec
  42. THE OBSOLETE PESTICIDES AND ECOLOGO-TOXICOLOGICAL CONTROL OF THEIR STORAGE PLACES
    Michael Lunjov
  43. CHEMICAL CHANGES IN AN AGRICULTURAL SOIL OF THE COMARCA COSTA DE HUELVA (SW, SPAIN) INDUCED BY APPLICATION OF ORGANIC WASTES
    P. Burgos, Engracia Madejón, R. López and F. Cabrera
  44. SPONTANEOUS VEGETATION AND SOIL PROPERTIES OF A TRACE ELEMENT POLLUTED SOIL AFTER ASSISTED NATURAL REMEDIATION
    Alfredo Pérez-de-Mora, Engracia Madejón, Efraín Felipe, Pilar Burgos, Francisco Cabrera
  45. THALLIUM COMPARTMENTATION IN TWO WILD BRASSICACEAE SPONTANEOUSLY REGENERATING ON FARMLAND CONTAMINATED BY TAILINGS DAM WASTE IN S.W. SPAIN
    Paula Madejón, S. Rossini Oliva, J. M. Murillo, T. Marańón, B. Valdés, N. Lepp
  46. *HEAVY METAL BIOAVAILABILITY BY CROTALARIA (CROTALARIA JUNCEA L.)
    Laszlo Márton
  47. EVALUATION OF THE CONCENTRATION OF HEAVY METALS IN THE ARABLE LAND IN THE REGION OF WIELKOPOLSKA
    Jacek Czekala, Andrzej Mocek, Monika Jakubus
  48. *AN OVERVIEW OF BORON: SOURCES, USES AND UPTAKE BY PLANTS
    Arun B. Mukherjee
  49. SOIL MICROBIAL INDICES AS A TOOL FOR RISK ASSESSMENT IN HEAVY METAL POLLUTED AREAS
    Maria Niklinska, M. Chodak, R. Laskowski
  50. THE CHANGES OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS CONTENT IN SOIL RECLAIM BY SEWAGE SLUDGE AND MINERAL WOOL
    Patryk Oleszczuk, Stanislaw Baran
  51. *IMPACT OF PURIFIED SEWAGE IRRIGATION ON SOIL ACIDITY PREDICTION
    Anna Orlowska
  52. *PLANNING OF COUNTERMEASURES FOR THE REHABILITATION OF CONTAMINATED AGRICULTURAL LANDS IN THE LONG TERM AFTER THE CHERNOBYL ACCIDENT
    A.V. Panov, S.V. Fesenko, A.Yu. Pakhomov
  53. *RAPID X-RAY FLUORESCENCE DETERMINATION OF SOIL HEAVY METAL BIOAVAILABILITY – COMPARISON WITH ICP-MS AND PROSPECTS FOR ROUTINE USAGE
    Anatoly. V. Poukhovski, T.Yu.Poukhovskaya, D.N.Pryanishnikov, M.Leiterer, G.Kiessling, K. Engler
  54. VIRTUAL EXTRACTANT CONCEPT – EXAMINATION IN LONG-TERM FIELD EXPERIMENT WITH RESIDUAL PHOSPHATES
    Anatoly V. Poukhovski, D.N.Pryanishnikov
  55. COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF REMEDIATION TECHNOLOGIES OF CHERNOBYL-AFFECTED LOAMY SAND SOILS
    Yuri Putyatin, Taisia Seraya
  56. PROFILE DISTRIBUTION OF TRACE ELEMENTS IN SELECTED ORCHARD SOILS
    Karolina Pytlarz
  57. EFFECTS OF SOIL POLLUTION WITH CADMIUM ON THE PRODUCTIVITY FORMATION IN OFFSPRINGS OF PLANTS
    E.M. Selezneva, L.I. Goncharova, N.V. Belova
  58. *EFFECTS OF SOIL FERTILIZATION ON UPTAKE OF MACRO- AND TRACE ELEMENTS
    Irina Shtangeeva, Hanna Kahelin, Jussi Laiho
  59. BIOAVAILABILITY OF METALS IN LONG-TERM CONTAMINATED SOILS
    Grzegorz Siebielec, Tomasz Stuczynski, Rufus L. Chaney
  60. DETECTION OF METAL CONTAMINATED SOILS USING INFRARED REFLECTANCE MEASUREMENTS
    Grzegorz Siebielec, Bernadetta Zawadzka, Tomasz Stuczynski, Renata Korzeniowska - Puculek, Gregory W. McCarty, James B. Reeves III
  61. SOIL MICROBES IN AGROECOSYSTEMS THAT DEGRADE PERSISTENT PAHS: IDENTIFICATION AND BIOSTIMULATION
    Kirsten M. Sims, Judith L. Sims
  62. ASSESMENT OF Zn AND Cu EFFECT OF CADMIUM SORPTION BASED ON GENETICALLY GENERATED FUZZY KNOWLEDGE BASES
    Smoczynska A., H. Bartnicka, M. Balazinski, S. Achiche, M. Elektorowicz, L. Smoczynski
  63. MODELING OF MERCURY AVAILABILITY FOR PLANTS AND SOIL
    M. Elektorowicz, A. Smoczynska, A. Qasaimeh, A. El-Agroudy
  64. ZINC SORPTION TO SOIL; APPLICATION OF THE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE METHOD
    A.Smoczynska, I.Bojanowska, M. Balazinski, S. Achiche, M. Elektorowicz
  65. DEHYDROGENASES ACTIVITY TEST FOR EVALUATION THE EFFICIENCY OF PYTOSTIMULATION IN SOILS CONTAMINATED WITH PAH’s
    Bozena Smreczak, Barbara Maliszewska-Kordybach, Agnieszka Klimkowicz-Pawlas
  66. PRIMARY INVESTIGATION ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHEMICALlY DETERMINED BIOAVAILABLE FRACTION OF SELECTED PAHs AND THEIR ECOTOXIC ACTIVITY IN FRESHLY CONTAMINATED SOILS
    Bozena Smreczak, Bohdan Krektun, Barbara Maliszewska-Kordybach, Agnieszka Klimkowicz-Pawlas
  67. ACCUMULATION OF HEAVY METALS IN THE YIELD OF CEREAL CROPS IN CASE OF THE LONG -TIME APPLICATION OF MINERAL FERTILIZERS
    V.K. Kuznetsov, N.I. Sanzharova, N.N. Isamov (Jr.), Anastasia A. Sysoeva
  68. *BEHAVIOUR OF RADIOCESIUM IN DIFFERENT TYPES OF SOIL, BIOAVAILABILITY AND MODELING
    Anastasia A. Sysoeva, I.V. Konopleva, N.I. Sanzharova
  69. *INVESTIGATION OF MECHANISMS OF RADIONUCLIDES BIOAVAILABILITY IN DIFFERENT TYPES OF SOIL
    Anastasia A.Sysoeva, A.Yu. Kotova, N.I. Sanzharova
  70. USE OF SCREENING BIOTEST TO ASSESS THE TOXICITY OF BIOREMEDIATION BY-PRODUCTS
    Teodora Malgorzata Traczewska, Maja Drapiewska
  71. EFFECT OF CEMENT AND BROWN COAL ON MOBILITY OF HEAVY METALS IN ARTIFICIALLY CONTAMINATED SOILS
    K. Wiatrowska , J. Komisarek, J.B. Diatta
  72. HEAVY METAL LEVELS IN SOIL USED FOR AGRICULTURE IN RURAL AND URBAN TERRITORIES OF LITHUANIA
    Rimante Zinkute, Valentinas Kadunas, Vladas Katinas, Alfredas Radzevicius, Ricardas Taraskevicius, Olga Vareikiene

* - posters not presented


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