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A Study on SPI(soil pollution index) in City Land
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 Title & Authors
A Study on SPI(soil pollution index) in City Land
Kim, Young-Sik; Kim, Gi-Sun; Song, Mi-Ra;
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 Abstract
To estimate the soil quality of Miryang area, soil analysis were conducted according to the city and out of city of soil expenses at according to analysis components and heavy metal pollution of irradiation sampling sites. The through soil components the principal element about the 71% , the pH of field area near the city center was lower than that of the other field area, which indicated that this acidification was probably attributed to the acid rain caused by the traffic exhaust gas such as . Acidification was more severe in the field area than in the farming land. The concentration of five heavy metals such as Cu, Cd, Pb, As and Cr were found to be lower than the standard of soil pollution. An assessment using the SPI(Soil Pollution Index), which was developed to estimate an overall soil quality, was performed. Each SPS(Soil Pollution Score) were evaluated with the results of the data from this study. The soil quality of most area of Miryang land was determined to Class 1, which indicated that the soil was healthy.
 Keywords
heavy metals;SPI(soil pollution index);SPS(soil pollution score);city land;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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울산시 초등학교 운동장의 토양오염실태에 관한 연구,차성웅;

한국학교보건학회지, 2008. vol.21. 2, pp.89-95
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