The Study on Establishing the Baseline Mode of Coal Mine Area Soil Heavy Metal Pollution


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The earth's crust Cluck value, the shale abundance value, the sandstone abundance value and so on may become in the weight earth's crust in the different land sector and the rock type the element centralism dispersible standard, becomes the more general geochemistry reference baseline, but uses the above baseline the shortcoming not to consider the natural geochemistry change. When specific area, under the specific geological background conducts the environment geochemistry research, uses the above geochemistry reference baseline the limitation to be more obvious. On the contrary, the environment geochemistry baseline represents in the humanity moves disturbs the local some place prompt survey the element density, is in the research or in monitor plan some specific time some medium the element density, usually is not in the true sense background. Therefore uses the science reasonable method determination soil environment geochemistry baseline, by determined the chemical element nature distribution the spatial variation, is understood the surface environmental pollution and the worsened degree, forecast and monitors the whole world environmental variation the foundation. Therefore, carries out the geochemistry baseline research is an extremely urgent duty. This article will use the statistical method to establish in the Yanzhou mining area surface layer soil heavy metal element As, Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, Hg, Mn, Ni, Pb, and Zn environment geochemistry baseline.



Edited by:

Mohamed Othman




L. Q. Shi et al., "The Study on Establishing the Baseline Mode of Coal Mine Area Soil Heavy Metal Pollution", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 229-231, pp. 2712-2715, 2012

Online since:

November 2012




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