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D. S. Korel'skii
D. S. Korel'skii
National Mineral Resources University (Mining University)
National Mineral Resources University (Mining University)
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Qestion of the geoecology
  • Date submitted
    2016-10-25
  • Date published
    2014-01-01

Identification of degradation of soil and vegetable communities testing technogenic loading on materials of space shooting

The basic principles on the use of satellite images of different resolution to assess the state of natural soil and plant communities with severe human impacts, primarily atmospheric. Researchers give now various signs of change of qualitative and quantitative structure of vegetation under technogenic loading. However all of them have essential shortcomings that demands continuation of researches in the field for the purpose of increase of reliability of allocation of zones of a breaking of plant communities in an operative mode.

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D. S. Korel'skii (2014) Identification of degradation of soil and vegetable communities testing technogenic loading on materials of space shooting. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 207. p. 175.
Modern methods and systems for indication and monitoring of environmental components
  • Date submitted
    2016-11-03
  • Date published
    2013-04-01

Evaluation of a breaking of plant communities exposed to technogenic load with space monitoring method

The basic principles on the use of satellite images of different resolution to asses s the state of natural soil and plant communities with severe human impacts,  primarily atmospheric. The main features include load manmade the atmospheric accumulation of pollutants in the snowpack, changes in the state of soil and reduction of the projective cover of trees and shrubs as compared with background areas with negative long-term  dynamics.

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D. S. Korel'skii (2013) Evaluation of a breaking of plant communities exposed to technogenic load with space monitoring method. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 203. p. 170.
Modern methods and systems for indication and monitoring of environmental components
  • Date submitted
    2016-11-03
  • Date published
    2013-04-01

Estimation of the condition of the soil-vegetative complexes having stress at atmospheric impact

The main research objective was monitoring and assessment of terricolous and plant cover condition in forest ecosystems influenced by industrial pollution by the Severonickel Industrial Plant, which impact zone covers 1.4 thousand sq. km. During an expedition to the Murmansk Region samples of upper soil layers and plants were taken in areas directly affected by atmospheric impact from OAO Severonickel both at various distances from the plant and in background territories. This will help to determine the overall degree of soil contamination at various distances from the plant as well as distribution of heavy metals accumulated in various soil layers and a complex estimation of adverse impact on soil cover and various plant species.

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D. S. Korel'skii, M. A. Chukaeva (2013) Estimation of the condition of the soil-vegetative complexes having stress at atmospheric impact. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 203. p. 174.