Mapping of Soil-Geochemistry Using Pollution Migration Forecasts
 
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Publication date: 2020-03-12
 
Eurasian J Anal Chem 2019;14(3):emEJAC191044
 
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The transfer of hazardous synthetic substances into the groundwater environment is an extraordinary risk to general welfare and nature. Logical concerns are currently developing regarding predictive techniques that can be accessed for environmental assessment of fixed targets and synthetic spills. After considering various methods and geodata that could be included, the stagnant zone model was adopted. The main problems that need to be addressed here are budget resource regulation for surface fixation, risk assessment as well as acceptable synthetic substance enrichment. It is possible to generate numbers and to examine biology according to the proposed scientific model with organized parameters for the movement of pollutants and soil. The strategy considered can complement target exploration and support map geochemical mapping.
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