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Mazanko M. S., Denisova T. V., Tachshiev S. S., Kolesnikov S. I.. Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University, 1990-4665. 2012-09-30.

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black soil; microwave radiation; oil; pollution; combined action; lead

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In the model experiments we studied the effect of combined action of chemical pollutants (PbO 1,000 mg / kg oil 5% by weight of soil) and microwave radiation (SHF radiation) with a capacity of 450 and 800 W (duration 1 minute) on the enzymatic activity, the number of microorganisms and indicators of phytotoxicity of an ordinary black soil. We found that the combined effect is systemic, rather ...

Bugaev L. A., Voikina A. V., Valiullin V. A., Karpushina Y. E.. Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University, 1990-4665. 2012-09-30.

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yasenski bay; m.a.c.; h.p.l.c.; taganrog bay; active ingredients; pesticide pollution; pesticides

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The residual amounts of the pesticides in the coastal water of the Azov Sea were studied in spring seasons of 2009-2011. The concentrations of the pollutants were determined and the degree of their danger for hydrobionts was assessed. The concentrations of the pesticides diluted in the water of the Taganrog Bay and the eastern Azov Sea are shown to be lower than the maximum admissible concentr ...

Bugaev L. A., Voikina A. V., Valiullin V. A., Smyr T. M., Karpushina Y. E.. Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University, 1990-4665. 2012-09-30.

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yasenski bay; taganrog bay; active ingredients; mac; hplc; pesticide pollution; pesticides

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Residual amounts of pesticides in the coastal water of the Azov Sea were studied in the spring seasons of 2009–2011. The concentrations of the pollutants were determined and the degree of their danger for hydrobionts was assessed. The concentrations of pesticides diluted in the water of the Taganrog Bay and the eastern Azov Sea are shown to be lower than the maximum admissible concentrations s ...

Kilidi K. I., Kuzmenko V. A.. Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University, 1990-4665. 2012-10-31.

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forming surface runoff; water availability; pollution; siltation; backwater; eutrophication

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The article examines the main components of the relationship in agriculture, ecology and protection of water bodies of fertile land. It submits the proposals in the field of traditional agricultural technologies leading to their modernization and includes an innovative approach to the methods of degradation of water ponds and channels of emergency situations related to the exposure of flood waters

Mazanko M. S., Kolesnikov S. I., Denisova T. V., Kazeev K. S., Dadenko E. V., Kuznetsova Y. �., Kuzina A. A.. Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University, 1990-4665. 2012-10-31.

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combined effects; micromycetes; alternating magnetic field; lead pollution; ammonifying bacteria; amylolytic bacteria

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In the article, we have studied the effect of lead contamination, an alternating magnetic field, their combination on such groups of soil microorganisms, as ammonifying, amylolytic, nitrogen-fixing bacteria, and micromycetes. The pollution had a significant and different effect on the number of soil microorganisms. The nature and extent of this effect varied depending on the level of impact of ...

Kiriy O. A.. Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University, 1990-4665. 2013-01-28.

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pollution; land reclamation; biopreparation; soil; black mineral oil; water

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Oil products are among the most widespread pollutants of objects of environment. Near Maikop in 2008 the large center of black oil pollution was formed. This site became the range for studying of consequences of black oil pollution of soils and water objects under natural conditions. In the real work stages of a recultivation of the soils polluted by fuel oil on a site in Maikop are described. ...

Gaydukova N. G., Sidorova I. I., Shabanova I. V., Fedashchuk E. D.. Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University, 1990-4665. 2015-09-30.

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winter barley; cadmium; manganese; chernozem lixivious; copper; pollution of the soil; winter wheat; zinc; acidsoluble and gross forms of metals; cobalt; lead

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In the article we consider the influence of agricultural technologies of cultivation of winter crops on existence of various forms of heavy metals in an arable layer of earth in the conditions and their accumulation in grain production. The gross content of compounds of copper in an arable layer of black leached soil is above background values (maximum concentration limit 1,5-1,7), a share of ...

Tkachenko A. V., Aslonyants A. M.. Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University, 1990-4665. 2016-02-29.

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research; resort; pollution; recreation area; ecology; analysis; chromatography; atmosphere

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The anthropogenic interference plays more and more increasing role in modern ecologic paradigm. Adjusting this role to the studied region, it is defined by the socio-economic conditions being formed in our country. The rate of construction in the resort zones of the Krasnodar region is sweepingly rising. In spite of the high therapeutic-recreational capacity of the region, this tendency is lea ...

Minnikova T. V., Denisova T. V., Kolesnikov S. I., Trushkov A. V.. Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University, 1990-4665. 2014-12-30.

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pollution of nickel oxide; alkalinity black soil; a combined effect; soil enzymes; alternating electromagnetic fields; soil phytotoxicity

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In the article we have investigated the influence of nickel oxide in the amount of 100, 1000 mg/kg of the soil (1, 10 MPC), combined with the influence of an alternating magnetic field of induction of 50, 100 and 650 µT power frequency of 50 Hz on the biological properties of alkalinity black soil

Osykin S. V., Tarasenko B. F.. Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University, 1990-4665. 2014-09-30.

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ecological loss; electric drive; technical systems; availability ratio; technological loss; environmental pollution; damages

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The reliability of work of the technical systems significantly influences the technological losses of manufacture process. During the counting the availability ratio of the technical system it is recommended to take into the consideration implicit as well as evident breakdowns of all separate components of the whole object. There is a formula for counting technological losses depending on the ...

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