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Title: GEOCHEMICAL AND ANTHROPOGENIC FACTORS CONTROLING THE HEAVY METAL ACCUMULATION IN THE SOILS OF SARAYONU LADIK LINK ROADS
Authors: Horasan, Bilgehan Yabgu
Öztürk, Alican
Ünal, Yasemin
Keywords: Sarayonu
Soil Pollution
Heavy Metal
Anthropogenic
Geoaccumulation Index
Trace-Element
Surface Soils
Mine Tailings
Contamination
Pollution
Mercury
Region
Environment
Sediments
Site
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: NORTH UNIV BAIA MARE
Abstract: In this study, the geological, geochemical and anthropogenic distribution of heavy metal and toxic elements in the soil on the link roads and agricultural lands on the railroads of Sarayonu (Konya), which dates back to 4000 years ago, was examined. According to the results of the soil samples taken at 5, 25 and 50 meters perpendicular to the roadsides, As-Igeo, and Hg-Igeo elements were found as unpolluted to moderately polluted, EFZn, EFAs, and EFHg were found as moderate enrichment and contamination factor (Cf) was found as pollution at locations 1, 7 and 8. According to geochemical and statistical evaluations, the elements were divided into 3 groups as Ophiolite, Oxide, and Geo-anthropogenic. According to the evaluations, geochemical events and geological factors, as well as anthropogenic factors played an important role in the accumulation of heavy metals on agricultural lands.
URI: https://doi.org/10.26471/cjees/2020/015/117
https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.13091/710
ISSN: 1842-4090
1844-489X
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