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Pollution of soils and plants by heavy metals and degradation of pinewood community


, : Pollution of soils and plants by heavy metals and degradation of pinewood community. Annals of Warsaw Agricultural University SGGW, Forestry and Wood Technology ( 42): 49-59

Phytosociological studies were made and Zn, Pb, Cu, Cd, Ni and Cr contents recorded in soils and vegetation of Scots pine stands along a gradient of increasing pollution. The least polluted site was in Biaowieza ancient forest in NE Poland, the intermediate site near the Kozienice power station in central Poland and the most polluted in the Upper Silesian Industrial Region.

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