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1 – Geochemical atlas of Poland (1995)
2 – Geochemical atlas of southern Baltic (1994)
3 – Geochemical atlas of Vistula Lagoon (1996)
4 – Geochemical atlas of Szczecin agglomeration (1998)
5 – Geochemical atlas of Gdańsk Region (1999)
6 – Geochemical atlas of Poznań and environs (2005)
7 – Geochemical atlas of Warsaw and environs (1992,2016)
8 – Geochemical atlas of Łódź agglomeration (1998)
9 – Geochemical atlas of Legnica -Głogów Copper District (1999)
10 – Geochemical atlas of Wrocław and environs (1998)
11 – Geochemical atlas of Wałbrzych and environs (1996)
12 – Geochemical atlas of Częstochowa and environs (2001)
13 – Geochemical atlas of Kielce (1994)
14 – Geochemical atlas of Upper Silesia (1995)
15 – Geochemical atlas of Cracow and environs (1995)
16 – Detailed geochemical map of Upper Silesia (17 sheets)(1999-2016)

Geochemical mapping in Poland

Contrary to popular belief, Poland is not a catastrophically polluted country.

However, the survey geochemical research showed that the permissible content of harmful substances in soils, waters and aquatic sediments was exceeded in some regions of the country.

 

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