Influence of Electromagnetic Effects on the Parameters of the Formation of Secondary Ecosystems
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Saint Petersburg Mining University, 21-st line of Vasilyevskiy Island 2, St. Petersburg, Russia, 199106
Submission date: 2020-09-28
Final revision date: 2020-10-15
Acceptance date: 2020-10-31
Online publication date: 2021-04-06
Publication date: 2021-06-09
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Maria Vasilyeva   

Saint Petersburg Mining University, Russia
Pol. J. Environ. Stud. 2021;30(4):3277-3285
The article presents the results of studies that allow us to assess the environmental impact of various types of electromagnetic fields on the effectiveness of subsequent remediation measures and the inclusion of areas that have been exposed to electromagnetic effects in residential areas, as well as the use of agricultural land. The growth dynamics of biotest objects of vegetation planted in technogenic soil that has undergone preliminary treatment with electromagnetic fields of various nature was evaluated. An assessment was also made of the effect of magnetization on the structure of the soil and its filtration ability, including the change in the state of soil layers caused by the action of electromagnetic fields on inherent moisture. As a result of the research, data were obtained that make it possible to assess the degree of influence of electromagnetic fields of various kinds on the effectiveness of subsequent reclamation measures and the use of the inclusion of zones exposed to electromagnetic effects in the composition of residential areas, as well as for agricultural land. Thus, plants planted in technogenic soil, previously subjected to electromagnetic influence, demonstrate a pronounced inhibition of ontogenesis, this effect is enhanced if the soil was previously in a moist state. It was found that the introduction of fertilizers into the soil, previously subjected to electromagnetic action, has a beneficial effect on plant growth, but their effectiveness is significantly reduced.
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