Multi-year results of lead and cadmium measurements in atmospheric air and precipitation at the background areas of Eastern Europeстатья

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[1] Konkova E. S., Burtseva L. V., Gromov S. A. Multi-year results of lead and cadmium measurements in atmospheric air and precipitation at the background areas of eastern europe // Geophysical Research Abstracts, EGU General Assembly 2018. — 2018. — Vol. 20. The evaluation on background atmospheric lead and cadmium pollution were prepared for the territory of Eastern European region (EER) for 2005-2013 in comparison with results of 1982-1988. We used the data of regular measurements at 13 background monitoring stations within EER located significantly far from industrial areas and cities: Schmucke, Zingst and Neuglobsow, Eastern Germany; Churanov, Kosetice and Svratouch, Czech Republic; K-puszta, Hungary; Leba and Diabla Gora, Poland; Prioksko-Terrasny, Voronezh, Caucasian and Astrakhan biosphere reserves, Russia. All stations use the same or identical analytical methods for measuring lead and cadmium in atmospheric aerosols and precipitation. The information for the assessments was obtained from the databank Background Monitoring (IGCE, Russia) and regular annual reports of EMEP-CCC (NILU, Norway). The spatial distribution of background concentrations of Pb and Cd in air and precipitation was not uniform for 1980s: values were decreased eastward been correspondent to the changes geographically of anthropogenic emissions of these trace elements. Over the European territory of former USSR (ETR) the diminution of concentrations was traced from the central part to Arctic and to southern areas of mountainous Caucasus...

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