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- Krishna, A. K.; Govil, P. K.
- Environmental monitoring and assessment 2007 v.124 no.1-3 pp. 263-275
- normal distribution, etc ; X-radiation; anthropogenic activities; barium; chromium; cities; cobalt; copper; fluorescence; food chain; heavy metals; human health; industry; nickel; people; soil; soil pollution; soil sampling; spectrometers; strontium; toxic substances; toxicity; vanadium; zinc; India; Show all 25 Subjects
- ... The pollution of soil is a source of danger to the health of people, even to those living in cities. The anthropogenic pollution caused by heavy industries enters plants then goes through the food chain and ultimately endangers human health. In the context, the knowledge of the regional variability, the background values and anthropogenic vs. natural origin of potentially harmful elements in soils ...