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The Dynamics of Concentration of Selected Chemical Components of Rainfalls in the Szczecin

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The progress of civilization, as well as enhanced environmental transformation processes have a negative impact on individual elements of the environment. These processes remind us that the protection of the individual elements of the environment is the basis for further socio - economic development. In recent years the increasing pollution of the atmosphere causes more and more interest in the science of the substances contained in it and merge back to the surface of the Earth. Of great importance for the environment have the substances contained in the water drainage, as in the form of dissolved very easily reach the individual environmental elements causing their contamination. Research was carried out in the years 2008-2011 (January-December) in the town of Szczecin. In the tests was measured the amount of precipitation, chemical composition (NH4+, NO3-, PO43-- ions were numbered), pH and conductivity. Szczecin is situated in North-Western Poland, in the western part of the province. West at the Polish-German border. The town lies on the river Oder and the Lake Dabie, covering part of the inter-Odra. Szczecin is located on the city's Lower Oder Valley four geographical: Szczecin, Beech Hill, Elevation and Plain Goleniowska-they are part of port of Szczecin. The most affecting the North Atlantic polar-maritime air-masses with the high humidity, which affects the increase in cloud cover and in the summer the amount of precipitation; in winter involves a warming and a large cloudness. These weight most outstanding summer and autumn. The presence of this air is observed most commonly in winter and spring. Is it a little water vapour content. Much less likely to flood the air Arctic-weather very variable, it brings with it major changes in temperature and spring frosts. Least likely has the presence of air, which brings periods of rapid warming marshes, appearing sometimes in winter and occasionally in the summer.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 5)
Pages:
80-87
DOI:
10.18052/www.scipress.com/ILCPA.5.80
Citation:
P. Daniszewski "The Dynamics of Concentration of Selected Chemical Components of Rainfalls in the Szczecin", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 5, pp. 80-87, 2012
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