Pore Water - Indicator of Geological Environment Condition
The data on experimental works on the analysis of the chemical composition and the organic matter of the pore water extracted from bottom sediments of water bodies and shale rocks of aquifers are given here. It is shown that pore water can be a source of the secondary pollution of water bodies and underground water under the influence of natural and anthropogenic loads.
KeywordsPore Water Bottom Sediment Maximum Allowable Concentration Geochemical Anomaly Maximum Allowable Concentration
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