E3S Web Conf.
Volume 284, 2021Topical Problems of Green Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering (TPACEE-2021)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||12 July 2021|
Rapid assessment of the state of atmospheric air by bioindication of dendroforms
Sevastopol State University, 33, Universitetskaya st., Sevastopol, 299053, Russia
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In the urban environment, the main sources of pollutants entering the atmosphere are industrial enterprises and vehicles, which leads to a significant change in the composition of the air. Various monitoring methods are used to analyze the state of the atmospheric air. On their basis, methods have been developed to monitor the state of the natural environment of the technosphere. Most often, gas analyzers and various chemical methods for determining aerosol pollution are used. The creation of a methodology that makes it possible to quickly and efficiently assess the state of the environment is urgent. The described method of rapid assessment of the state of atmospheric air by bioindication and biotesting of dendroforms makes it possible not only to quickly and qualitatively assess the quality of atmospheric air, but also to take appropriate environmental measures in a timely manner. The developed rapid assessment includes several stages of the assessment of the objects under study, carried out depending on the goals of the study. To test the methodology, the objects of the study were the most anthropogenically loaded public green spaces (PGS) - public gardens of Sevastopol, located in different administrative districts of the city. The obtained results showed the possibility of using the developed methodology both in stages and in a complex manner.
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