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Title Biogeochemical technologies for managing pollution in polar ecosystems / edited by Vladimir N. Bashkin.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2017.

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Series Environmental Pollution, 1566-0745 ; 26
Environmental pollution (Dordrecht, Netherlands) ; 26. 1566-0745
Subject Earth sciences.
Geochemistry.
Geobiology.
Soil science.
Soil conservation.
Pollution prevention.
Polar regions.
Alt Name Bashkin, V. N. (Vladimir Nikolaevich),
Description 1 online resource (vi, 218 pages) : illustrations (some color).
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Contents Introductory Paper: Biogeochemical Technologies For Managing Pollution In Polar Ecosystems -- Part I. Monitoring of Environmental Pollution in Gas Industry Impacted Ecosystems -- Natural Biogeochemical Cycling in Polar Ecosystems -- Gas Industry Impacts on Natural Ecosystems -- Modern Biogeochemical Cycling in Gas Industry Impacted Areas -- Emission Carbon Dioxide And Methane in Gas Industry Impacted Ecosystems -- Specific Reaction Biota to Environmental Pollution in Tundra Ecosystems -- Biota Monitoring in the Impacted Zones Oil and Gas Industry in the Arctic Region -- Climate Cycling and Modeling in Polar Areas -- Part II. Geo-Environmental Risk Assessment -- Evaluation Geo-Environmental Risks in the Impacted Zones Oil and Gas Industry in the Russian Arctic -- Biogeochemical Cycling and SMB Model to Assess Critical Loads Nitrogen and Acidity for Terrestrial Ecosystems in the Russian Arctic -- Possible Indicators for Assessing Geo-Environmental Risk in Polar Ecosystems Yamal Peninsula in Relation to Pollutant Emission During Gas Production -- Analysis Geoecological Risks and Ratings as a Factor Improving Investment Attractiveness Enterprises -- Part III. New Environmentally Oriented Biogeochemical Technologies for Managing Risk Environmental Pollution in Gas Production Areas -- Biogeochemical Engineering and Development Biogeochemical Technologies -- Biogeochemical Standards for Environmental Managing Polar Ecosystems -- Biogeochemical Approaches for Managing Geoenvironmental Risk Hydrocarbons Pollution in Disturbed Soils -- Biogeochemical Technology for Monitoring Cleaning Soil Polluted by Gas Condensate and Neutralization its Sludge by Means Enzyme Activity Analysis -- Biogeochemical Control Peat-Based Recultivation Process Disturbed Tundra Soils Varying in Granulometric Composition and Full Moisture Capacity -- Biogeochemical Technology for Disturbed Tundra Soils Recultivation by Peat and Potassium Humate Application.
Summary This edited book is devoted to one of the hottest topics of modern environmental science, i.e. environmental risk management in gas industry impacted polar ecosystems of Russia. The contributions from experts cover topics that shed new light on the impacts of oil and natural gas production on arctic ecosystems in the country as well as biogeochemical engineering technologies to manage pollution in these areas. Readers will also discover new insights on potential ecological indicators for assessing geo-environmental risks of these impacted ecosystems, and climate modeling in polar areas. The book has interdisciplinary appeal, and specialists and practitioners in environmental sciences, ecology, biogeochemistry and those within the energy sector who are interested in understanding ecosystems affected by anthropogenic impacts in severe climatic conditions will find it particularly engaging. Through this book, readers will learn more about biogeochemical cycling through food chains and specific reactions of biota to environmental pollution in extreme environments through the lens of experts.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 9783319418056 (electronic bk.)
331941805X (electronic bk.)
9783319418049 (print)
3319418041
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-41805-6
OCLC # 962017938
Additional Format Print version: Biogeochemical Technologies for Managing Pollution in Polar Ecosystems. Cham : Springer, 2017 3319418041 9783319418049 (OCoLC)951642965


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