DENDROINDICATION OF PETROLEUM SOIL CONTAMINATION

The main approaches to the detection of soil contamination by petroleum products using bioindication were analyzed. Necrosis of leaves of woody plants near sludge accumulators was recorded. To assess the possibility of dendroindication of soil contamination, 3 species of trees distributed on the territory of Bytkiv-Babchensky oil and gas field were selected. According to the results of the Fisher-Snedekor test, the influence of the concentration of oil products in the soil on the necrosis of tree leaves was confirmed, which confirms the possibility of using a dentroindication to detect soil contamination with oil products.

 

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