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Mazanko M. S., Kolesnikov S. I., Denisova T. V., Kuzina A. A., Vernigorova N. A., Kapralova O. A., Babayan K. S., Laptinova A. S.. Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University, 1990-4665. 2013-09-30.

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Journal Article

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oil; biological properties of soils; chernozem; stability; alteration electromagnetic fields; combined pollution

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This article shows how soil contamination with oil leads to a significant decrease in the values of its biological properties. High levels of induction of the alternating magnetic field intensified oil toxic effects

Tatlok D. R., Kolesnikov S. I., Kazeev K. S., Tatlok R. K., Tlehas Z. R., Tsaloyeva A. S., Akimenko Y. V.. Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University, 1990-4665. 2015-02-28.

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pollution; cadmium; molybdenum; biological properties; rendzina soil; zinc; selenium

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Rendzina soils are very widespread in the Caucasus. Because of their ecological and genetic characteristics Rendzina has significant buffering capacity to chemical pollution. The object of investigation was calcareous leached soil. Location selection - Azishskaya ridge on the border of the Republic of Adygea and the Krasnodar region. As pollutants, we have selected Zn, Cd, Mo, Se, since soil c ...

Mospanenko A. F., Kolesnikov S. I., Kazeev K. S., Vernigorova N. A., Akimenko Y. V., Kozun Y. S., Myasnikova M. A., Naleta E. V., Yankina K. O.. Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University, 1990-4665. 2014-12-30.

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heavy metals; oil; pollution; brown typical soil; biological properties

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The article gives an assessment of resistance of the brown typical soil of the Utrish national reserve to pollution with heavy metals (Cr, Cu, Ni, Pb) and oil on biological indicators

Kolesnikov S. I., Vernigorova N. A., Kuzina A. A., Laptinova A. S., Kazeev K. S.. Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University, 1990-4665. 2015-10-30.

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heavy metals; oil; chemical pollution; biological properties; brown calcareous soil

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In this article, we have presented a number of modeling experiments to investigate the chemical pollution of brown calcareous soil. It assesses the stability of brown calcareous soil of a nature reserve called Utrish to contamination with heavy metals in biological parameters. Pollution of brown calcareous soil with Cr, Cu, Ni, Pb and oil causes a significant reduction in biological parameters ...

Vernigorova N. A., Kolesnikov S. I., Kazeev K. S., Yarovaya E. V., Akimenko Y. V., Kozun Y. S., Myasnikova M. A., Antonova O. D.. Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University, 1990-4665. 2014-12-30.

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heavy metals; oil; pollution; south east european black soil; biological properties

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This article presents an assessment of the stability of the black soil of the Crimea to contamination with heavy metals (Pb, Cu, Cr, Ni) and oil using biological indicators

Kutuzova I. V., Kolesnikov S. I., Kazeev K. S., Akimenko Y. V., Kozun Y. S., Myasnikova M. A., Naleta E. V., Tsaloyeva A. S., Chernikova M. P.. Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University, 1990-4665. 2014-12-30.

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Agrovoc Terms :

black soil; biological properties; field modeling; pollution by oil

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Negative impact of oil on biological properties of soils right after pollution is shown in the article. Eventually, there is their restoration. However, even in some years after pollution, the biological properties of soils aren't restored completely

Kolesnikov S. I., Kazeev K. S., Denisova T. V., Dadenko E. V.. Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University, 1990-4665. 2013-09-30.

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heavy metals; pollution; biological properties of soil resistance; soils of southern russia

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We propose a method of biodiagnostics of soil resistance to chemical pollution and its regulation on the degree of violation of the ecological functions of soil based on the definition of the integral indicator of biological state (IIBS) of the soil. The comparative assessment of the stability of the major soils of the south Russian to chemical pollution are considered in this article

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