Ecotoxicological studies of Akmola region lakes
Keywords:ecotoxicants, persistent organic pollutants, monitoring, accumulation, lake
The research object is water, bottom sediments in Akmola region lakes located in the intensive agriculture area. The territory of Akmola region is subjected to intensive human impacts, including the inevitable pollution with agricultural pesticides, which are ecotoxicants. The work has carried out hydrochemical studies in technogenic polluted lakes: general hydrochemical indicators, persistent organic pollutant content. The POPs in the samples were determined on the gas chromatograph Clarus 580 (PerkinElmer) with a mass spectrometer detector Clarus-SQ 8. According to the analysis results, the general hydrochemical pollution is classified as an average. The MPC excess indicators in the Akmola region lakes are observed for salt ammonium (up to 0.002 MPC), magnesium (up to 1.15 MPC), nitrites (up to 1.12 MPC), petroleum products (up to 1.98 MPC), iron (up to 2.0 MPC), SSAS (up to 3.8 MPC). High concentration indicators for the sulphate (3.5 MPC), copper (4.3 MPC), magnesium (1.125 MPC). Mainly the lakes are dominated by sulfates, ion chloride. But in general among 21 investigated POPs 8 substances are accumulated in bottom sediments of the investigated Zhalauly, Tastykol lakes, Unnamed Lake to the south of Akkol village, Itemgen lake, Zhalanash lake near Malinovka village (near Astana city), Kokay, Yesey, Bolshoe Chebachie.
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