Geology, geography and global energy

Scientific and Technical Journal

ECOLOGICAL MONITORING OF THE VEGETATIVE COVER IN THE ENVIRONMENT OF THE OIL-PRODUCING COMPLEX ENTERPRISES

2017. 3, pp. 198-204

Sangadzhieva Olga S. - С.Sc. in Biocology, Associate Professor, Kalmyk State University named by B. B. Gorodovikov, 11 Pushkin st., Elista, Republic Kalmykiya, 358000, Russian Federation, chalga_ls@mail.ru

Davaeva Tsagan D. - С.Sc. in Biocology, Senior Lecturer, Kalmyk State University named by B. B. Gorodovikov, 11 Pushkin st., Elista, Republic Kalmykiya, 358000, Russian Federation, chalga_ls@mail.ru

Sangadzhieva Lyudmila K. - D.Sc. in Ecology, Professor, Kalmyk State University named by B. B. Gorodovikov, 11 Pushkin st., Elista, Republic Kalmykiya, 358000, Russian Federation, chalga_ls@mail.ru

It is necessary to reveal conformities between the integral indicators of the environmental objects quality for scientific prognostication of the studying territory. Chernozemelsky region of the Republic Kalmykia (RK) is the connecting center at the intersection of transport highways between Dagestan, Astrakhan Region and Stavropol Krai. According to the Committee for environmental protection, Chernozemelsky region gives gross output emissions to the atmosphere during the latest years (in average) from stationary sources made up 1000.9 tons. The main source of pollutant emissions into the atmosphere in the region is the oil and gas industry. The results of calculations showed that сoncentration factors among the first class metals the lead is the most dangerous and among the second class metals the nickel is the most dangerous. In the results of the given resources, it was revealed that there is no clear correlation between ecotoxicological and biogeochemical indices of soil cover quality.

Key words: , , , , , , , chemical pollution, heavy metals, small-leaved elm, white acacia, white marble, ecological monitoring, biogeochemic

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