MOŻLIWOŚCI WYKORZYSTANIA OZNACZEŃ IZOTOPOWYCH WĘGLA DO OCENY ZANIECZYSZCZENIA FAZY GAZOWEJ ŚRODOWISKA PRZYRODNICZEGO
 
 
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Instytut Hydrogeologii i Geologii Inżynierskiej, Wydział Geologii Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, ul. Żwirki i Wigury 93, 02-089 Warszawa
Data publikacji: 04-10-2015
 
Inż. Ekolog. 2015; 44:68–73
SŁOWA KLUCZOWE
STRESZCZENIE ARTYKUŁU
Badania izotopowe węgla mogą być wykorzystywane do celów poznawczych oraz praktycznych. Mogą służyć określeniu genezy węgla w wybranym środowisku geochemicznym, jak również mogą być stosowane do wykazania zanieczyszczenia środowiska związkami zawierającymi węgiel. Celem artykułu jest przedstawienie szerokich możliwości wykorzystania oznaczeń izotopowych węgla do interpretacji dotyczącej następujących elementów środowiska przyrodniczego: powietrza atmosferycznego, strefy przypowierzchniowej (gazów w glebie i strefie aeracji) pod kątem naturalnych i antropogenicznych czynników wpływających na stan ich jakości. Przeprowadzona analiza wykazała, że metoda opierająca się o pomiary składu izotopowego węgla w środowisku przyrodniczym może być stosowana powszechnie, wówczas gdy węgiel pochodzący z poszczególnych źródeł różni się składem izotopowym.
 
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