Annual Set The Environment Protection>2015>[unknown]>367-395
Upper Silesia is highly degraded due to the anthropogenic activity. On the one hand, the industrialization facilitated the economic development of the Upper Silesian cities. On the other hand, it caused serious environmental pollution [3, 21]. Many highly urbanized and industrialized cities in Upper Silesia do not possess data on the degradation level of the surface ground or dynamics of negative phenomena. Moreover, there is no assessment of the ground transformation under severe anthropopressure conditions. Determining the influence of changes in the environment resulting from its exploitation is still an important matter [6, 7, 10, 16], particularly in degraded areas, such as those in Upper Silesia.
Williams, L. J.; Abdi, H. Principal component analysis
Algan, Akyuz T.; Akyuz, S.; Mukhamedshina, A. O.; Mirsagatova, N. M.; A Energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence and neutron activation analysis of surficial sediments of the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea around Istanbul
Ciszewski, D.; Aleksander-Kwaterczak, U. Groundwater hydrochemistry and soil pollution in a catchment affected by an abandoned lead-zinc mine: functioning of a diffuse pollution source
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