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Analysis of the Influence of Anthropogenic Factors of the Urbanized Territory of Poltava Region (Ukraine) on the State of River Water
 
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Scientific Department of Problems Of Civil Protection and Technogenic and Ecological Safety of the Scientific and Research Center, National University of Civil Defenсe of Ukraine, Chernyshevskaya str., 94, 61023, Kharkiv, Ukraine
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Department of Occupational, Technogenic and Environmental Safety, National University of Civil Defence of Ukraine, Chernyshevska Street, 94, 61023, Kharkiv, Ukraine
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Chemical Metrology Department, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Svobody sq., 4, 61022, Kharkiv, Ukraine
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Department of Automatic Safety Systems and Information Technologies, National University of Civil Defence of Ukraine, Chernyshevska str., 94, 61023, Kharkiv, Ukraine
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The National Defence University of Ukraine named after Ivan Cherniakhovskyi, Povitroflotskyi Avenue, 28, Kyiv, Ukraine
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Research and Production Enterprise “ART-THEH”, 61023, Astronomicheskaya str., 35D, of. 76, Kharkiv, Ukraine
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Department of Service and Training, National University of Civil Defence of Ukraine, Chernyshevska Street, 94, 61023, Kharkiv, Ukraine
AUTOR DO KORESPONDENCJI
Valentyna Loboichenko   

Department of Occupational, Technogenic and Environmental Safety, National University of Civil Defence of Ukraine, Chernyshevska Street, 94, 61023, Kharkiv, Ukraine
Data publikacji: 01-03-2022
 
Ecol. Eng. Environ. Technol. 2022; 2:185–192
 
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The analysis of anthropogenic factors influencing the state of natural water is carried out in the work. The need for a detailed study of the impact of urban areas on river water quality is noted. The study of the state of one of the main rivers of Poltava region in the area of about 100 km during the winter-spring period on the parameter of mineralization. The influence of individual settlements on the water status of the Vorskla River is considered. There was a gradual increase in river water pollution in the studied area and an increase in mineralization from 660 to 820 mg/l (February) and from 500 to 580 mg /l (April) (Sr = 2%). It was found that the greatest anthropogenic impact on the state of the Vorskla River is in the area of Poltava - Novi Sanzhary. The influence of surface runoff on changes in surface and groundwater quality of Poltava region is shown.