The study concerns with the changes of heavy metals concentration in the water of human-made objects (ponds and canals of drainage system). It has been revealed the exceeding of maximum permissible norm of Cu, Zn, Pb and Cd in the ponds, and the exceeding of maximum permissible norm of Pb and Cd in the canals of drainage system during the continuous time that certifies their permanent getting in the soils and waters from point and diffuse sources. The paper analyzes basic sources of heavy metals getting in the waters and their positive and negative impact on the biota.
The article presents the results of monitoring the state of the air environment of Lviv region in 2020. The main sources of pollution are identified and statistical data on emissions of pollutants into the atmosphere are given. The aim of the work is to analyze the state of the environment, natural resources of Lviv region, trends in their changes and environmental measures.
We present elements of the formal mathematical approach to the analysis, modeling and further prediction of the nonlinear dynamics of chaotic systems based on the methods of nonlinear analysis and neural networks. As the object of studing is the environmental radioactivity dynamics. Using such a combined method is proposed for the first time in the environmental radioactivity dynamnics studying.
The article presents recommendations for technical solutions and safe volumes transfer applicable boiler houses to solid fuel.
A review of literature concerning application of natural and modified zeolites for water and wastewater purification from inorganic (ionic) and organic pollutants is presented.
For the first time, we present a completely new technique of analysis, processing and forecasting of any time series of the environmental radioactivity dynamics, which schematically is as follows: a) general qualitative analysis of a dynamical problem, typical environmental radioactivity dynamics (including a qualitative analysis from the viewpoint of ordinary differential equations, the “Arnold-analysis”); b) checking for the presence of chaotic (stochastic) features and regimes (the Gottwald-Melbourne’s test; the correlation dimension method); c) reducing the phase space (the choice of ti