Russian Journal of Ecology, Vol. 32, No. 2, 2001, pp. 138–141. Translated from Ekologiya, No. 2, 2001, pp. 155–158. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2001 by Kharin, Fedorets, Shil’tsova, D’yakonov, Spektor. SHORT COMMUNICATIONS Geographic Trends in the Accumulation of Heavy Metals in Mosses and Forest Litters in Karelia 1 2 2 2 1 V. N. Kharin , N. G. Fedorets , G. V. Shil’tsova , V. V. D’yakonov , and E. N. Spektor Institute of Applied Mathematical Research, Russia Institute of Forests, Karelian Research Center, Russian Academy of Sciences, Pushkinskaya ul. 11, Petrozavodsk, 185610 Russia Received: February 29, 2000 Key words: heavy metals, accumulation, mosses, litters, Karelia, multivariate statistical analysis. Heavy metals (HMs) are considered to be among poga. The total amount of emissions from large indus- priority technogenic pollutants. To solve ecological trial enterprises of these cities reaches 128 600 tons per problems related to the environmental effects of HMs year. A complex combination of technogenic factors in the Russian North, it is necessary to make a detailed and natural geochemical conditions in Karelia deter- inventory of their contents in natural objects in different mines the pattern of HM distribution over its territory. areas with regard to the
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