Vol. 7 No. 3 (2014)
Articles

Examination of the heavy metal contant in urban soils in district XI. in Budapest

Published August 6, 2020
Máté Karlik
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Zoltán Papp Richárd
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Zsuzsanna Angyal
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APA

Karlik, M., Papp Richárd, Z., & Angyal, Z. (2020). Examination of the heavy metal contant in urban soils in district XI. in Budapest. Economica, 7(3), 76-83. https://doi.org/10.47282/ECONOMICA/2014/7/3/4387

The soils contaminant content is influenced mostly in the cities by antrophogenic effects, such as building operations, vehicular traffic, inefficient saverage or drainage problems, when different materials add to the soil. These materials location and movements are changing continuously in soils. The pollution degree depends on the distance from the surface, the composotion of the soil, the effect rate, the thickness of soil, the composition and proportion of soil-forming minerals. In our study the heavy metal contant in urban soils was examined in district XI. in Budapest, based on different chemical and mineralogical properties of soils.