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Contemporary Aspects of Soil Eco-Chemistry and Geochemistry in Bulgaria

Atanassova, Irena

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  <dc:creator>Atanassova, Irena</dc:creator>
  <dc:description>The paper focuses on the main aspects of contemporary soil eco-chemistry in Bulgaria. The issues tackled refer to: (i) analysis of chemical species, including contaminants; (ii) prediction of metal bioavailability and exposure to plants of chemical species in soil. A stress is made on pilot studies concerning organic geochmical markers, their analysis and quantification in soils (Fluvisols, Vertisols, Luvisols, Arenosols). A new aspect of soil eco-chemistry is related with analysis of compounds in water-soluble dissolved organic carbon in soil as molecular indicators of environmental change.</dc:description>
  <dc:source>Bulgarian  Journal of Soil Science 1(1) 33-50</dc:source>
  <dc:subject>soil eco-chemistry, geochemistry, heavy metals, lipids, molecular markers</dc:subject>
  <dc:title>Contemporary Aspects of Soil Eco-Chemistry and Geochemistry in Bulgaria</dc:title>
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