Evaluation of total petroleum hydrocarbon contamination of Moscow Ring Road (MRR) roadside soilsтезисы доклада

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[1] Болышева Т. Н., Кутузова Н. Д. Evaluation of total petroleum hydrocarbon contamination of moscow ring road (mrr) roadside soils // SUITMA 9. 9th international congress Soils of Urban Industrial Traffic Mining and Military Areas. “Urbanization: a challenge and an opportunity for soil functions and ecosystem services” Russia Moscow 22-26 May 2017. ABSTRACT BOOK. — RUDN University Moscow, 2017. — P. 267–268. The road traffic has become one of the most serious environmental problems in many cities and the main source of pollution of urban soils. e widespread use of hydrocarbons in fuels causes their predominance among organic atmospheric pollutants, once deposited to the surface, hydrocarbons may persist and bioaccumulate in environmental media and in ltrate into groundwater aquifers via leach- ing or into surface aquifers by runo thus a ecting soil biota, plants humans, and animals.Vehicle accident can be considered as yet another serious factor roadside soil pollution. Organic contaminants in roadside soils have been receiving considerable attention as a result of tra c intensity. Total petroleum hy- drocarbons (TPH) are discussed in literature as one class of substances so far. Thus, vehicle crashes are the powerful momentary factor causing severe pollution of road- side soils. Road runo should be arranged properly, in order not to create areas with polluted with TPH.

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