Carpathian foothills marginal zone. Man and environment
Chełmicki W. (red.), 1998, Carpathian foothills marginal zone. Man and environment, Prace Geograficzne, z. 103.
Język publikacji: angielski
Development of settlement and farming from the Neolithic period to date in the marginal zone of the Carpathian Foothills between the Raba and Uszwica Rivers
Types of landslides and their geomorphological role in The Carpathian Foothills marginal zone between the Raba and Uszwica rivers
Defining conditions for aeolian circulation of Matter as pollution carrier in the marginal zone of the Carpathian Foothills
Transport of dissolved and suspended matter in small catchments of the Wieliczka Foothills near Łazy
Annual and seasonal course of precipitation acidity and its relation to the direction of advecting airmasses in The Carpathian Foothills near Bochnia
The influence of the synoptic situations on the concentration of heavy metals in precipitation water and the extent of their deposition at Łazy in The Carpathian Foothills
Soil cover in the marginal zone of The Carpathian Foothills between the raba and uszwica rivers
Spatial pattern of 137cs distribution in soil in the marginal zone of The Carpathian Foothills between the valleys of Raba and Uszwica
Przestrzenne zróżnicowanie koncentracji 137Cs w glebach progowej części Pogórza Karpackiego między dolinami Raby i Uszwicy
Summary: The content of radioactive 137Cs in soils was measured in the northern edge of the Carpathian Foothills and the neighbouring fragment of the Sandomierz Basin; between the valleys of the Raba and Uszwica rivers. To compensate for other radioactive fallout factors potentially affecting the spatial distribution of 137Cs, the sites that were chosen for sampling represented similar physical-geographical conditions. These were locally flat areas: hilltops or plains used as pasturelands, meadows, orchards or barren lands with undisturbed soil profiles. In spite of that the spatial pattern of 137Cs distribution showed large differentiation of caesium content with the highest values detected in the western part of the area. The reason for this is probably the larger radioactive fallout connected with atmospheric precipitation on the orographically exposed hills above the Raba valley.
Słowa kluczowe (w języku angielskim): Carpathian Foothills, Cs137, soil erosion, soil contamination, radioactivity
Prace Geograficzne, 1998, z. 103, s. 137-146.
Instytut Geografii i Gospodarki Przestrzennej UJ
Nitrate contamination of shallow groundwater in the Carpathian Foothills (Southern Poland)
A hydrogeological assessment of the Łężkowice brine pumping station near Bochnia (The Carpathian Foothills)
Forest communities and their transformations in the marginal zone of The Carpathian Foothills
© IGiGP UJ "2022"