The using of ecological properties of plant-hyperaccumulants for reducing man-made load on adjacent to the Moscow Domodedovo Airport territories

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The article presents the chemical elements with the highest content of gross and mobile forms in the soil solution of ground near the aerodrome area of the Moscow Domodedovo Airport. The most important types of plant-hyperaccumulants, which can stabilize the geochemical situation around airport are considered in the paper. The types of plants which can sorb in shortest time some metals-pollutants are brought together in tables. Thanks to the research, the features of pollutants of the soils near the aviation hub are defined. Part of the study had become the development recommendations on reduction of environmental burden on adjacent to the airport lands through the creation of phytobuffers.

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Seymour Kh Soltanov

Moscow State Regional University

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Email: sej99@yandex.ru

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24 Very Voloshinoy St., Mytischi, 141014, Russian Federation

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