Академическое издательство «Гео»

Atmospheric pollution, snow cover, man-caused emissions, gas frost condensation, oilfield, geochemical indication, tundra landscapes



KRIOSFERA ZEMLI, 2007, Vol. XI, № 4, p. 31-41

Features of the snow cover pollution formation: frosty condensation
of mancaused emission (by the example of petroleum production regions in Bol’shezemel’skaya tundra)

M.P. Tentyukov

Institute of Biology, Komi Scientific Centre, Ural Branch of RAS,
167982, Syktyvkar, Kommunisticheskaya str., 28, Russia, tentukov@ib.komisc.ru

Results of the snow cover geochemical researches in the Far North oilfield have been analyzed. Changes in the ion-salt composition of snow-water, characterizing pollution for 2 winter periods, have been estimated. Geochemical role of the meteorological factors in the man-caused pollutions of the snow cover has been shown. It is recommended to differ the accumulations of the man-caused emissions in the snow cover during snowfall and the hoar-frost falling. The increasing role of the hoar-frost falling in man-caused pollution of the Subarctic snow cover under the increased cyclonic activity has been suggested.

Atmospheric pollution, snow cover, man-caused emissions, gas frost condensation, oilfield, geochemical indication, tundra landscapes
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