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Influencia de la contaminación por metales pesados en algunas especies vegetales de las márgenes de un río minero

Other TitlesInfluence of heavy metal pollution on same vegetable species from the banks of a mining river
AuthorsSoldevilla, Marina; Cabrera, Francisco ; Díaz Barrientos, Encarnación ; Arambarri, Pablo de
Heavy metals
Mentha rotundifolia
Holoschoenus vulgaris
Typha latifolia
Issue Date1978
PublisherAsociación Española de Limnología
CitationLimnética 3: 121-124 (1987)
AbstractThe influence of a metalic sulphide mine explotation on the Guadiamar river waters, and on sediments, soils and three vegetable species (Mentha rotundifolia, Holoschoenus vulgaris and Typha latifolia) from its banks was studied. Downstream from the mine, heavy metal contents of water, soils, sediments and plants were higher than the corresponding from a non-polluted area upstream from the influence of the mine. Heavy metal pollution of water decreases as distance downstream from the mine increases. Sediment and soil heavy metal pollution depends not only on the distance to the pollution source but on the river flow and nature of the effluents. Generaly Mentha rotundifolia aod Typha latifolia present higher heavy metal accumulation tendency than Holoschoenus vulgaris. is.
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