E3S Web Conf.
Volume 157, 2020Key Trends in Transportation Innovation (KTTI-2019)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||20 March 2020|
Distribution of oil products in bottom sediments of the Irtysh River in the urban area
Tobolsk complex scientific station UrB RAS, 626150, 16 Osipova, St., Tyumen region, Tobolsk, Russia
* Corresponding author: ChemaginAA@yandex.ru
It was shown that urbanized territories contribute to the pollution of bottom sediments of a watercourse by the example of a large river. It was established that the places of localization of the infrastructure of oil refineries, even after their transfer, continue to pollute the environment with oil products, with a periodic excess of the maximum permissible concentration of 20 mg·kg-1. The dynamics of the distribution of oil products in the bottom sediments of a watercourse depends on the meandering of the river, the presence of zones of active operation of the fleet and time of year. The smallest concentrations of oil products was observed at the site located upstream from the studied urbanized area adjacent to the city.
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