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August 28 September 1, 2017, Moscow, Russia
On behalf of the International Medical Geo-
logy Association (IMGA), it is a great pleasure to
welcome you to the 7th International Conferen-
International Conference on Medical Geology MedGeo2017
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
University of the Republic of Uruguay, Uruguay ChairX
Alper Baba
Izmir Institute of Technology, TurkeyX
Universidade de Aveiro, PortugalX
CPRM, Geological Survey, BrazilX
NUI Galway, IrelandX
Director, Research Department, FUNCEI, Buenos Aires, ArgentinaX
Toxicology and Risk Assessment Universidad de Chile Santiago de Chile, ChileX
Eduardo Ferreira da Silva
Universidade de AveiroZGeoBioTec, PortugalX
Fernando P. Carvalho
IST University of [isbon, PortugalX
August 28 September 1, 2017, Moscow, Russia
Victor Orlov
Minister of Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Feder-
Vladimir Zakharov
Lead of Scienti
c and Expert Center of Sustainable Development and Environ-
mental Lealth, IDB RAS, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor, Corresponding
Member of the Russian Academy of SciencesX
Dmitry Puscharovsky
Dean of the Faculty of Geology, Moscow State University, Doctor of Geological and
Mineralogical Sciences, Professor, Lonored Scientist of the Russian FederationX
Vice Chairman:
1st. Vice-President ROSGEO, PhD in Technical sciencesX
Iosif Volfson
International Conference on Medical Geology MedGeo2017
IMGA Chapter NIS, member of the Armenian branch, PhD in Geology ] Geo-
IMGA Chapter NIS, member of the Armenian branch, PhD in GeographyX
IMGA Chapter NIS, Lead of the Ukranian branch, Doctor of Sciences in Geology,
Geography, ] EconomicsX
Farah Velieva
IMGA Chapter NIS, Lead of the Azerbaijan branch, PhD in Geology ] Geo-
Elena Kremkova
Doctor of Sciences in Medicine, Russian State Medical University, MoscowX
Alexandr Vercheba
Doctor of Sciences in Geology, Institute of Mineral Resources of Moscow Geological
Prospecting University, DirectorX
Doctor of Sciences in Geology, Lead of the Chair of Mineral Resources and Geo-
chemistry of Radioactive Elements and REEs at Tomsk Polytechnic UniversityX
Doctor of Sciences in Biology, Lead of the Department of Foreign Affairs at
Tomsk Polytechnic UniversityX
August 28 September 1, 2017, Moscow, Russia
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International Conference on Medical Geology MedGeo2017
August 28 September 1, 2017, Moscow, Russia
27 August 2017, Sunday
10.00-18.00Excursions
28 August 2017, Monday
12.00-17.00Pre-registraion
10.00-17.00Excursions
Workshop: FUNDAMENTALS OF MEDICAL GEOLOGY
Jose Centeno, Robert B. Finkelman, Chaosheng Zhang, Saverio Fiore
18.00-21.00City tour (included in the registration fee)
29 August 2017, Tuesday
HallSapphire
09.00-09.30Opening Ceremony
09.30-09.45Documentary about RosGeo
09.45-10.00Surprise for participants
Coffee Break
Vladimir Zakharov,
Head of the Center of Sustainable Development and Environmental Health,
Koltzov Institute of Developmental Biology of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
Plenary lecture:
Jose Centeno, US Food and Drug Administration, USA
Health and Earth - Medical Geology: Building a Safer Environment
Plenary lecture:
Yanxin Wang, China University of Geosciences, China
Geo-statistical Analysis of Urinary Stone Disease Prevalence in China
HallAmethystHallTopazHallEmerald
Occupational
Urban Medical Geology:
Integrating Geologic and
Anthropogenic Processes
Arsenic and Other
Toxianions in the
Environment
(ATE)
Iosif Volfson,
International Conference on Medical Geology MedGeo2017
State Medical University,
Katarina Fajcikova,
State
Geological Institute of
Dionyz Stur, Slovakia
Farah Fuad Mahmudova,
Institute of Geology and
Geophysics, National
Academy of Sciences,
Republic of Azerbaijan
Yamin Deng,
Geosciences, China
18.00-21.00Welcome Reception (included in the registration fee)
30 August 2017, Wednesday
HallAmethystHallTopaz
Occupational Health Issues and Medical
Problems of Mining Areas (OH)
Radioactivity, Radio Geoecology and
Human Health (RRG)
Maria Aurora Armienta,
Geophysics
Institute Universidad Nacional Autnoma
de Mxico Mexico City, Mxico
Bonotto Daniel Marcos,
IGCE-UNESP, Brazil
Natalya Baranovskaya,
Research Tomsk Polytechnic University,
10.30-11.30Poster session, Coffee Break
HallAmethyst
Natalia Baranovskaya,
National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia
Plenary lecture (PL-03):
Africa: A natural laboratory for medical geology investigations
Hassina Mouri, University of Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa
Keynote lecture
Environmental health impact of past uranium mining
Fernando Carvalho, Laboratory of Radiation Protection and Safety Institute Superior Tcnico,
Tecnolgico e Nuclear Campus, Lisboa, Portugal
AmethystHallTopaz
Soils in Medical Geology
and Environmental Geochemistry (S)
Radioactivity, Radio Geoecology
and Human Health (RRG)
Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa
Fernando Carvalho,
Laboratory of
Radiation Protection and Safety Institute
Superior Tcnico, Tecnolgico e Nuclear
Campus, Lisboa, Portugal
Igor Pechenkin,
All-Russian Research
Institute for Mineral Resoureces named
after N. Fedorovsky, VIMS, Moscow
14.00-15.00Break
HallAmethystHallTopaz
Soils in Medical Geology and
Environmental Geochemistry (S)
Water and Human Health (WHH)
Center of Environmental and Noospheric
Research, National Academy of Sciences,
Leonid Elpiner,
Institute for Water Problems RAS,
Moscow, Russia
16.30-17.00Coffee Break
HallAmethystHallTopaz
Soils in Medical Geology and
Environmental Geochemistry (S)
Water and Human Health (WHH)
Gurhan YALCIN,
Akdeniz University, Turkey
Fetullah Arik,
Selcuk University, Turkey
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August 28 September 1, 2017, Moscow, Russia
31 August 2017, Thursday
HallAmethystHallTopaz
Urban Medical Geology: Integrating
Geologic and Anthropogenic Processes
Water and Human Health
Vladimir Gavrilenko,
Herzen State Pedagogical University,
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Alena Drazdova,
Republican unitary enterprise
Scientific practical centr of hygiene,
10.30-12.00Poster session, Coffee Break
HallAmethyst
Plenary lecture
Finkelman Robert Barry, University of Texas at Dallas, USA
Health Benefits of Geologic Materials and Geologic Process
HallAmethystHallTopaz
Mineral and Hydromineral Healing
Resources. Historical and Modern
Aspects of Their Use in Medical Practice
Modern Techniques for Investigation
and Monitoring of Environment
Robert Barry Finkelman,
University of Texas at Dallas, USA
Iosif Volfson,
International Conference on Medical Geology MedGeo2017
29 August 2017, Tuesday
HallSapphire
09.00-09.30Opening Ceremony
09.30-09.45Documentary about RosGeo
09.45-10.00Surprise for participants
Coffee Break
Vladimir Zakharov,
Head of the Center of Sustainable Development and Environmental Health,
Koltzov Institute of Developmental Biology of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
Jose Centeno, US Food and Drug Administration, USA
Health and Earth - Medical Geology: Building a Safer Environment
Yanxin Wang, China University of Geosciences, China
Geo-statistical Analysis of Urinary Stone Disease Prevalence in China
HallAmethystHallTopazHallEmerald
Occupational Health
Urban Medical Geology:
Integrating Geologic and
Anthropogenic Processes
Arsenic and Other Toxianions
in the Environment
(ATE)
Iosif Volfson
August 28 September 1, 2017, Moscow, Russia
Mercury Contamiation
to the Environment
and Health Impacts by
Small and Large Scale Hg
Xinbin Feng, Institute
of Geochemistry, CAS,
Distribution and Health
Risk Assessment of
Hexachlorocyclohexanes (HCHs)
in Urban Soils with Various
Types of Land Use in Beijing,
University, China
14.30-15.00
ATE-02
Spatial Distribution and Risk
International Conference on Medical Geology MedGeo2017
HallAmethystHallTopazHallEmerald
Occupational Health
Environmental Geochemistry
(EG)
Arsenic and Other Toxianions
in the Environment (ATE)
Siberian State Medical
University, Russia
Farah Fuad Mahmudova,
Institute of Geology and Geophysics,
National Academy of Sciences,
Republic of Azerbaijan
Nelly Manay,
University of the Republic
(UdelaR), Montevideo-Uruguay
High Mo Concentrations in
Areas with Coalcombustion
Related Endemic Fluorosis:
Emerging Metal Toxin?
Haiyan Chen, Chinese
Academy of Sciences, China
EG-01
Soil Carbonate Minerals and Food
Safety: A Field Investigation from
the Yangtze River Delta, China
Li-We
i, Nanjing University, China
ATE-07
Bromine in the Environment
Tatiana Perminova, University
of Technology of Troyes,
France
The Impact of Geological
Factors on Prevelance of
Type 2 Diabetes in the
Republic of Bashkortostan
Iskhak Farkhutdinov,
Bashkir State
University, Russia
EG-02
Mercury in Amazon
Rainforest Soils, Brazil
Figueiredo Bernardino Ribeiro,
University of Campinas, Brazil
ATE-08
Arsenic in Groundwater of
Daghestan Republic
Tamila Abdulmutalimova,
Dagestan Scientific Center of the
Russian Academy of Science,
The potential
Environmental & Health
Implications from
Bauxite Tailings Dust: a
Pilot Study in Jamaica
Shields Rahje Jared,
University of the West
EG-03
Sanitary Functions of Soil
Tatiana Zubkova, Lomonosov
Moscow State University,
ATE-09
The main directions of the
environmental justification for
the development of Elans and
Jolkinsks copper-nickel deposits
Irina Kosinova, Voronezh State
University, Russia
OH-09
Problems Using Mercury
In Local Mining, Pasaman
District Of Indonesia
Aminuddin, Geological
Agency of the Ministry
of Energy and Mineral
Resources, Indonesia
EG-04
Distribution of Germanium in
Soils in the Southeast and Part
of the Northeast of Brazil and its
Importance for Human Health
Cssio Roberto da Silva,
CPRM - Geological Survey
of Brazil, Brazil
ATE-10
High As and F concentrations
in drinking waters of southern
Pampean Plain, Argentina
Datta Saugata,
Kansas State University,
USA
To the Proposal of
Medical Geology
Research on the
Territory of Kamchatka
Peninsula (Russia)
Iosif Volfson, Rosgeo,
EG-05
Heavy Metal Distribution of
Stream Sediments in Grkuyu Sb
Mineralization (Gediz-Ktahya, NW
Turkey)
Arif Delikan, Selcuk University,
Turkey
ATE-11
Interconnections of Chemical
Composition of Anthropogenic
Carbonates and Human Health
Data
Bulat Soktoev, National Research
Tomsk Polytechnic University,
EG-06
Environmental geochemistry
in stream sediments from the
Pnarba Pb-Zn mineralization
(Gediz-Ktahya, NW Turkey)
Fetullah ARIK, Selcuk University,
Turkey
Localizing Crystal-sites
of Long-term Radical
Formation in Weathered
Chrysotile Asbestos
Martin Walter, University
of Vienna, Austria
EG-07
Heavy metal distribution in
the southern Meram region
(Konya-Turkey), which is a newly
urbanization area
Fetullah ARIK, Selcuk University,
Turkey
ATE-12
Drinking Water (Ground and
Surface), Iron Overload and Liver
Pathology
Abdeldayem Raafat, Egypt
18.00-21.00Welcome Reception (included in the registration fee)
August 28 September 1, 2017, Moscow, Russia
30 August 2017, Wednesday
HallAmethystHallTopaz
Occupational Health Issues and Medical
Problems of Mining Areas (MA)
Radioactivity, Radio Geoecology and Human
Health (RRG)
Maria Aurora Armienta,
Geophysics Institute
Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico
Mexico City, Mxico
Bonotto Daniel Marcos,
IGCE-UNESP, Brazil
MA-01
Spatial Distribution and Risk Assessment of
International Conference on Medical Geology MedGeo2017
Environmental health impact of past uranium mining
Fernando Carvalho, Laboratory of Radiation Protection and Safety Institute Superior Tcnico, Tecnolgico e
Nuclear Campus, Lisboa, Portugal
AmethystHallTopaz
Soils in Medical Geology and Environmental
Geochemistry (S)
Radioactivity, Radio Geoecology and Human
Health (RRG)
Republic of South Africa
Fernando Carvalho,
Laboratory of Radiation
Protection and Safety Institute Superior Tcnico,
Tecnolgico e Nuclear Campus, Lisboa, Portugal
Igor Pechenkin
, All-Russian Research Institute
for Mineral Resoureces named after N.
Fedorovsky, VIMS, Moscow
Soils in Medical Geology and Environmental
Geochemistry
Linneus University
Kalmar, Sweden
Gross Alpha and Beta Activities in
Groundwaters from Spas of Southeast Brazil
Bonotto Daniel Marcos, IGCE-UNESP, Brazil
Medical Geology and Arsenic in Mxico; an
Overview
Maria Aurora Armienta, Geophysics Institute
Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico
Mexico City, Mxico
Heterogeneity of the Geochemical Parameters
of Natural Environments in Tomsk Region and
Manifestation of Certain Types of Diseases
Natalya Baranovskaya, National Research
Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia
14.00-15.00Break
HallAmethystHallTopaz
Soils in Medical Geology and Environmental
Geochemistry (S)
Water and Human Health (WHH)
Center of Environmental and Noospheric
Research, National Academy of Sciences,
Leonid Elpiner,
Institute for Water Problems RAS, Moscow,
Geochemistry and the Life of Human Society
Vladimir Gavrilenko, A. Herzen Russian State
Pedagogical University, Russia
Effect of Geogenic Factors on Groundwater
Quality and Its Relation to Human Health:
Case Study: Turkey
Alper Baba, Izmir Institute of Technology,
Turkey
Factors Controlling the Potential of Arsenic
of Soils within Konya Settlement
Horasan Bilgehan Yabgu, Turkey
Assesment of natural molasses soil in terms of
Medical
Gurhan YALCIN, Nurdane ILBEYLI, Akdeniz
University, Turkey
Medical Hydrogeology as a New Branch of
Medical Geology
Leonid Elpiner, Institute of Water Problems,
Russian Academy of Science, Russia
Geochemical Assessment Of Heavy Metals In
Wetland Sediments From Around Maryland
Area of Lagos, Southwestern Nigeria
Omotunde Victoria Bolaji, African University
of Life and Earth Sciences (Including Health
and Agriculture), Nigeria
Macro- and Microelement Composition of
Groundwaters of the Republic of Belarus
and the Population Health: Prospects for
Scientific Research and Sanitary Regulation
Alena Drazdova,
Republican unitary enterprise Scientific
practical centr of hygiene, Minsk, Belarus
August 28 September 1, 2017, Moscow, Russia
Groundwater Quality in Parts of Central Ganga
Plain, India: A case Study
Azim Uddin Mirza,
Akdeniz University, Turkey
Hydrogeochemical Characteristics of
Groundwater in Mente Watershed and
Environmental Impacts
(Yahyal- Kayseri-Turkey)
Muhterem Demirolu, Istanbul Technical
University, Turkey
16.30-17.00Coffee Break
HallAmethystHallTopaz
Soils in Medical Geology and Environmental
Geochemistry (S)
Water and Human Health (WHH)
Gurhan YALCIN,
Akdeniz University, Turkey
Fetullah Arik,
Selcuk University, Turkey
Accumulation of Heavy Metals (Ni, Cu, Cd, Cr,
Pb, Zn, Fe) in the Soil, Water and Vegetables
Collected from Migori Gold Mines Vicinity,
Kenya
Veronica Ngure, Laikipia University, Kenia
Geological Environment and Groundwater
Quality, a Key to Social Development: the
Binomial Southern Edge of the Duero Basin
Spanish Central System, Spain
Gimnez-Forcada Elena, Instituto Geolgico
Minero de Espaa (IGME), Spain
Importance of Humic Acid for the Diversity of
Microorganisms Involved in the Biodegradation
of Pentachlorophenol in Soils
Tong Hui, Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese
Academy of Sciences, China
31 August 2017, Thursday
HallAmethystHallTopaz
Urban Medical Geology: Integrating Geologic
and Anthropogenic Processes (UMG)
09.00-10.30Water and Human Health (WHH)
Vladimir Gavrilenko,
Herzen State Pedagogical University,
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Alena Drazdova,
Republican unitary enterprise Scientific
practical centr of hygiene, Belarus
Oral Bioaccessibility of Potentially Toxic
Elements (PTEs) in Urban Area of Belfast
Tatiana
Cocerva, Queens University Belfast,
Great Britain
Exposure to Lead and Cadmium Via Private
Drinking Wells in Scania, Sweden
Larsson Estelle, Lund University,
Sweden
International Conference on Medical Geology MedGeo2017
Mineralogy of Human Kidney Stones
Izatulina,
Saint-Petersburg State University,
Impact of Deficit Contents of Calcium and
Magnesium in Groundwater/Drinking Water on
Health Status of Inhabitants, Slovak Republic
Veronika
Cveckova, State Geological Institute
of Dionyz Stur, Slovakia
Characterization of Solid Airborne Particles in
Industrialized Cities a Case Study of Western
Anna Talovskaya, National Research Tomsk
Polytechnic University, Russia
Recharge History and Provenance of Salinity
in the Aquifer Systems of Yuncheng Basin,
Li Chengcheng, University of Toronto,
10.20-10.30Discussion10.20-10.30Discussion
10.30-12.00Poster session, Coffee Break
HallAmethyst
Plenary lecture
Finkelman Robert Barry, University of Texas at Dallas, USA
Health Benefits of Geologic Materials and Geologic Process
HallAmethystHallTopaz
Mineral and Hydromineral Healing Resources.
Historical and Modern Aspects of Their Use in
Medical Practice (MHHR)
Modern Techniques for Investigation and
Monitoring of Environment Condition and
Robert Barry Finkelman,
University of Texas at Dallas, USA
Iosif Volfson,
August 28 September 1, 2017, Moscow, Russia
Therapeutic Mineral Waters of the Republic
of Tatarstan. Settlement and Spread Patterns,
Problems of Their Use
Rafail Ibragimov, Tatneft, Russia
MT-03
Multivariate Data Analysis of Specimens
Containing Silica Fume
Yalcin Fusun, Akdeniz University,
Turkey
The Use of Minerals in Arab-Islamic Medieval
Medicine: Examples from The Canon of
Medicine by Ibn Sina (11th Century)
El Ghalbi Khallaf, University Mohamed
Premier, Morocco
MT-04
Removal of Thallium from Aqueous Solutions
Using Fe-Mn Binary Oxides
Li - Huosheng, Guangzhou University,
New Trends in Pelotherapy
Gomes Celso de Sousa Figueiredo,
University of Aveiro,
Portugal
MT-05
The Role of Soil Properties on the
Transformation and Fate of Nano-enabled
Agrochemicals in the Soil System
Rodrigues - Sonia - Morais,
University of Aveiro, Portugal
16.30-17.00Coffee Break
HallAmethystHallTopaz
Mineral and Hydromineral Healing Resources.
Historical and Modern Aspects of Their Use in
Medical Practice (MHHR)
Modern Techniques for Investigation and
Monitoring of Environment Condition and
Karakaya elik Muazzez, Necati Karakaya,
Selcuk University, Turkey,
El Ghalbi Khallaf,
Premier, Morocco
Rodrigues - Sonia - Morais,
Aveiro, Portugal
Detailed Characterization and Amine Binding
Capacity of Natural Cuban Zeolite as Well as its
Oral and Topical Applications in the Medicine
Dathe Wilfried Heinz, Heck Bio-Pharma
GmbH, Germany
Global Climate Change, Ground-level Ozone
Chelibanov Vladimir Petrovich, OPTEC, Russia
Residual Smectitic Clays from Santiago
(Cape Verde): Assessment of Their Properties
as Healing and Geophagic Materials
Angela Cerqueira, University of Aveiro, Portugal
MT-06
The Spatiotemporal Analysis of Thermal Comfort
and Public Health in Urban Centers of Russia
Natalia Shartova, Lomonosov Moscow State
University, Russia
Hydrothermal in Situ Maturation of Clayey
Geomaterials (Azores, Portugal): Assessment of
Their Properties for Pelotherapy
Rocha Fernando, University of Aveiro,
Portugal
MT-07
Microorganisms Isolated from Permafrost as
Facilities for the Development of New Drugs
Sergei Petrov, Tyumen Scientific Center of the
Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of
Study of Historical and Contemporary Aspects
for Medical Use of Talaya Health Resort Water
Resources in Russian Cultural Educational
Foundation named after V.A. Tsaregradsky
Dmitrii V. Vorobev
Department of Medical Geology Russian
Cultural Educational Foundation of V.A.
Tsaregradski (RCEF ), LLC The doctor Vorobev
medical innovation centre, Russia
MT-08
Mineralogical, Geochemical and Technological
Characterization of Clayey Commercial
Cosmetic Products
Carla Marina Bastos, University of Aveiro,
Portugal
Chemical Composition and Suitability of Some
Turkish Thermal Muds Used as Peloids
Karakaya elik Muazzez, Necati Karakaya,
Selcuk University, Turkey
MT-09
Prospects of Application of Geoinformational
Systems for Veterinary Geology
Vladislav
Belimenko, All-Russian Scientific
Research Institute of Experimental Veterinary
Sciences named after Ya.R. Kovalenko, Russia
19.00Dinner
International Conference on Medical Geology MedGeo2017
01 September 2017, Friday
HallAmethyst
09.00-10.30Medical Geology, Public Health and Regulatory Sciences (MG)
Jose Centeno,
US Food and Drug Administration, USA
Vladimir Zakharov,
Center of Sustainable Development and Environmental Health IBD RAS, Moscow, Russia
How to Promote Medical Geology in Developing Countries. Challenges, Achievements and Success in Uruguay
Nelly Maay, University of the Republic (UdelaR), Montevideo-Uruguay
Environmental Geochemistry and Human Health: General and Regional Aspects (in Russian Federation and Crimea Region)
Elena Evstafeva, Crimea Federal University, Russia
Hydrocarbon Sphere and Some Diseases Associated with It
Yuri Galant, Israel
Medical Geology Investigation in Indonesia
Andiani, Geology Agency, Indonesia
Development and Management of Integrated Mineral Resource Policy for Environmental Sustainability:
Egirani Davidson Enoni, Niger Delta University, Nigeria
Exploratory Study Between Renal and Genotoxic Damage in Costa Rican Children with Respect
to Geographic Location in the Mesoamerican Nephropathy
Montero-Campos Virginia, Institute of Technology Costa Rican, Costa-Rica
10:30-11:00Coffee Break
Open-Cut Mining: Its Devastating Socio-Environmental Effects on Comunitary Health
Campa Uranga Maria Fernanda, Universidad Autnoma de la Ciudad de Mxico, Mexico
Effect of Waste-Dump Sites on the Sustainability of the Water Resource Environment in Gbarain-Niger
Delta Catchment of Nigeria
Egirani Davidson Enoni, Niger Delta University, Nigeria
We Use Phosphorus and Other Fertilizers. Is it Dangerous?
Vasileva Evgeniya Grigorevna
Modeling of Regularities of Geodynamic and Geosocial Processes
Anna Dolgaya, Institute of volcanology and seismology FEB RAS, Russia
The Current State of Medical Geology Investigations in Azerbaijan
Farah Fuad Mahmudova, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Azerbaijan
Geo-spatial Impact on Public Health in the Coastal Region of West Bengal, Eastern India: an Appraisal on Medical Geology
Acharya Tapas Hooghly, Mohsin College, (University of Burdwan), India
Global climate change, ground-level ozone and human health
Vladimir Chelibanov, Department of Environmental Instrument-Making and Monitoring ITMO University,
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Medical Geology and Volcanoes
Armienta Maria Aurora, Geophysics Institute Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico Mexico City, Mxico
13.00-13.30Closing Ceremony
August 28 September 1, 2017, Moscow, Russia
Environmental geochemistry and human health (EG), 30 August 2017, Wednesday
EG-01
Products Based on Zeolite for Oral Use in a Free Market in SerbiaS. Eri, A. Rosi, V. Matovi, A. Vujinovi
EG-02
Preliminar Studies of Annual Effective Dose Equivalent (AEDE)
due to Terrestial Radionuclides Received by Barra de Valizas
Inhabitants and Tourist
A. Noguera, H. Bentos Pereira, L. Fornaro
EG-03
Medical and Geological Problems of the Northern Black Sea
Region
T. Baraboshkina
EG-04
On Distribution of Radionuclides in Cultivated Elementary Lands-
cape-Geochemical Systems Contaminated After the Chernobyl
Accident
V. Baranchukov, E. Korobova, S. Romanov, S. Kirov,
V. Beryozkin, D. Dolgushin
EG-05
Arsenic: Contamination of Drinking Water and Human Exposure
in Ouro Preto, Iron Quadrangle Minas Gerais, Brazil
B.C. Nardy, M.N. de Almeida Fonseca, A. Costa,
A.T. de Abreu, T.S. Noci, E. Muniz
EG-06
Soil Radioactivity and Dose Rate Assessment in Mining Centers of
O. Belyaeva, N. Movsisyan, G. Muradyan,
L. Sahakyan, K. Pyuskyulyan
EG-07
Shifting Cyanobacterial Diversity in Response to Agricultural Soils
Associated with Dust Emission
E. Ben-Dov, I. Katra, S. Laor, N. Swet, A.Kushmaro
EG-08
Cancer and Non-Cancer Risk due to Exposure to Potentially-Toxic
Elements in Contaminated Groundwater Adjacent to an Industrial
Chemical Complex (Estarreja, NW Portugal)
M. Cabral Pinto, C. Ordens, T. Condesso Melo
EG-09
Neuropsychological Assessment and Trace Metal Content in Urine,
Hair and Fingernails Samples From Inhabitants of a Chemical
Industrial Region (NW Portugal)
M. Cabral Pinto, P.Marinho Reis, A.Almeida, C. Ordens,
E.Pinto, S. Freitas, M. Simes, L. Diniz, P. Moreira,
M.M.V.G. Silva, E. Ferreira Silva, T. Condesso Melo
EG-10
Links Between Chronic Exposure to Manganese and the Occur-
rence of Dementia in Mining Areas of the Southern Part of
Portugal
M. Cabral Pinto, P.Marinho Reis, A. Almeida,
E.Pinto, P.Ramos, S. Freitas, M. Simes, L. Diniz, P.
Dinis, P. Moreira, M.M.V.G. Silva, E. Ferreira Silva
EG-11
Linking Volcanic Soil Composition and Cancer Risk in Santiago
Island (Cape Verde)
M.Cabral Pinto, C. Patinha, P. Marinho Reis, P. Dinis,
Maria M. V. G. Silva, Eduardo. A. Ferreira da Silva
EG-12
Ecosystemic Approach to Human Health: a Tool for Environmental
EG-13
Leaching of Thallium from Extremely Contaminated Soils Collected
from Guizhou, China
Hongmei Deng,Mengting Luo, Mengyun Zhou,
Yongheng Chen,Tangfu Xiao
EG-14
In Situ Biosynthesis of Bacterial Cellulose Hybrids Composites for
Bio-Applications: Green One-Step Process
F.M.C. Gonalves, R. Pinto, N. Cordeiro
EG-15
Identification of the Impact of Irrigation Using Alkaline Na-As Rich
Groundwater on Soils in the Southern Corner of the Duero Basin
(Spain), Using Geostatistic Tools
E. Gimnez-Forcada, J.A. Luque-Espinar
EG-16
Chemical Properties of Ilica (Kahramanmara) Thermal Waters
and Their Beneficial Effects on Human Health
G. Gmez, I. Kara
EG-17
In Situ Bioremediation of Acid Mine Drainage: A Low-Cost Ap-
proach to Protect Drinking Water Source
Haiyan Chen
EG-18
Chemical Contamination in Agricultural and Pasture Soils from an
Industrial Site in North Central Portugal
M. Incio, O. Neves, V. Pereira
EG-19
Determination of Tl(I) and Tl(III) Based on Microcolumn Sepa-
ration by ICP-MS and Application to Tl Speciation Analysis at the
Interface of Soil and Green Cabbage
Yanlong Jia , Tangfu Xiao , Jialong Sun , Zengping
Ning , Tao Jiang , Fei Yang , Yizhang Liu
EG-20
Effects of Various Amendments on Mulberry Uptake Cd from
Polluted Soil
Zhizheng Wang, Xiangwei Nie, Hong He, Zhi Li,
Tao Luo, Meiling Jiang, Chunyan Wang, Dan Xing,
Yanlong Jia
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Biosorption and Bioaccumulation of Thallium by Thallium-Tole-
rant Fungal Isolates
Jialong Sun, Xiao Zou, Tangfu Xiao, Yanlong Jia
EG-22
Occurrence of Uranium in Chinesehigh-Uranium Coals and the
Release Behaviours During Combustion
Jianping Yang, Yongchun Zhao, Junying Zhang
EG-23
Serum Cu/Zn Ratio is Associated with Blood Glucose Level, Renal
Function, and Bone Mineral Density in People Living near a
Copper Smelter in Korea
Yong-Dae Kim, Sang-Yong Eom, Dong-Hyuk Yim,
Byung-Sun Choi, Jung-Duck Park, Heon Kim
EG-24
Environmental Geochemistry of Estuarine Sediments in the Suape
Port Complex, Pernambuco, Brazil
E. Santos de Lima, R. Ferreira da Silva
EG-25
Geogenic Cadmium Pollution and Potential Health Risks in ChinaYizhang Liu, Tangfu Xiao
EG-26
Organic Matter in Soils Exposed to Regular Pollution by Overland
Runoff from Oil-Production Sites
T. Lygina, A. Gordeev, A. Shinkarev
EG-27
Geochemical Indicators of Anthropogenic Apport in the Tatuoca
River from Activities of the Industrial Portuary Complex of Suape,
Brazil
A. Souza Moraes, E. Santos de Lima
EG-28
Tracking Heavy Metals Pollution in the Ogudu Wetland, Lagos
Nigeria Using Sediments
Akinade S. Nana Olatunji, Aferhurhobo B. Ajayi, F.
Felicia
EG-29
Arsenic Concentrations Evolution Preserved in Estuarine Sedi-
ments Core Profiles in the Alagoas and Pernambuco States, Brazil
M.M.R.B.F. Lima, E.A.M. Lima, V.H. Neumann,
M.T. Taboada-Castro, A.S. Moraes,
M.A.R.B.F. Lima, M.R. Costa, F.S.M. Torres
EG-30
Evidence of Anthropogenic Contamination by Chromium Pre-
served in Estuarine Sediments, Jaboato River, Pernambuco, Brazil
M.M.R.B.F Lima, E.A.M Lima, V.H. Neumann,
M.T. Taboada-Castro, A.S. Moraes,
M.A.R.B.F. Lima, M.R. Costa, F.S.M. Torres
EG-31
Mercury in Black Shales of Baltic PaleobasinYa. Fadin, E. Panova, D. Voronin
EG-32
Ultrasonic Studies on -Cyclodextrin/Hydroxyapatite Composites
for Potential Water Depollution
M. Predoi, S. Iconaru, M. Ech Cherif El Kettani,
D. Leduc, A. Prodan, D. Predoi
EG-33
Human Health Risk Assessment of Heavy Metals in the Urban
Environments of Armenia
A. Saghatelyan, G.Tepanosyan, L. Sahakyan
EG-34
Characterising Aluminium Dynamics in a Rural Stream Using
Concentration-Discharge Relationships
F. Soto-Varela, M.L. Rodrguez-Blanco,
M.M. Taboada-Castro, M.T.Taboada-Castro
EG-35
Assessment of the Potential Bioavailability of Cu and Zn by Se-
quential Extraction in River Bed Sediments of a Small Rural Setting
M.M. Taboada-Castro, M.L. Rodrguez-Blanco,
M.T. Taboada-Castro
EG-36
Spatiotemporal Variability of Dissolved Metals in Surface Wa-
ters of a Humid Agroforestry Catchment with Low Levels of An-
thropogenic Pollution
F. Soto-Varela, M.L. Rodrguez-Blanco,
M.M. Taboada-Castro, E.A.M. Lima,
V.H. Neumann, M.M.R.B.F. Lima, A.S. Moraes,
E.S. Lima, M.T. Taboada-Castro
EG-37
Hydrogeochemistry of the Drinking Water Sources of the Tombak
Village (KAHRAMANMARA) and Their Effects on Human Health
Y. Uras, . Diner, S. Ercan
EG-38
Hydrogeochemistry of the Drinking Water Sources of the Yuka-
rikargabuku (Anzorey) Village (Kahramanmara) and Their Effects
Y. Uras, . Diner, A.Yedikarde
EG-39
Hydrogeochemistry of the Drinking Water Sources of the Deir-
menta Village (Sarz-Kayseri) and Their Effects on Human Health
Y. Uras, . Diner
EG-40
Distribution, Sources and Environmental Risk of Trace Metals in
Sediments of Longjiang River, South China
EG-41
Poplar Leaf Elemental Composition as a Reflector of the Intensity
of Anthropogenic Impact on Ecosystems and Human Health
A. Yalaltdinova, K. Junbeum, N. Baranovskaya,
L. Rikhvanov
EG-42
Availability of Heavy Metals in the Karst Soils and Their Uptake
Xuyin Yuan, Rui Zhou, Sun Hu
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EG-43
Impacts of Soil Pollution on Human Health in IraqZ.M. Hassan
EG-44
Impact of the Less Iodine in Water for Public Health in Ponorogo,
East Java of Indonesia
EG-45
Water as a Source of Radiation Exposure: Laboratory Experience
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Molecular, Isotopic and Genetic Composition of Human Gallsto-
nes: A Geomedical Study
S. Kose, M. Coolen, K. Grice, M. Ballal
Blood Mercury Level of People Living in Coastal Areas
Heon Kim, Sang-Yong Eom, Yong-Dae Kim,
Jung-Duck Park, Ho-Jang Kwon
Toxicity Studies on Dextran Stabilized Iron Oxide Nanoparticles
A. Prodan, S. Iconaru, S. Predoi, M. Beuran,
C. Ciobanu, M. Soare, M. Predoi
Psycho-Immune Aspects of Adaptation to the Injection of Mic-
roorganisms from Permafrost in Experiment
S. Petrov, T. Fisher
Determination of Heavy Metal Levels in Groundwater as Possible
Cause of Balkan Endemic Nephropathy (BEN) in the Village Mi-
loevac
L. Milanovi, A. Vujinovi
Health Problems Related to Inadequate Public Supply in Rural
Areas of Northeastern Brazil
M.R. Costa, A.L.S. Borba, E.A.M. Lima,
F.S.M. Torres, V.H. Neumann, M.T. Taboada-Castro,
A.S. Moraes, M.M.R.B.F. Lima
Water Rock Man, Conceptual Model of the Equilibrium System
of V.I. Vernadsky
Y. Bespalova, V. Matusevich
The Education Role for the Popular Participation Face to Public
Policies Directed to Hydric Resources
D.M. Bonotto, D.M. Bianchini Bonotto
Fluoride in Bulgarian Groundwater Distribution, Status and
Problems
O. Pikhur, A.Benderev, V. Hristov, T. Kehayov,
A. Toteva
A Global Problem: Arsenic
M. Gunes, H. Ertugrul, A. Gunes, B. Yalcin,
N. Ilbeyli, B. Kaya
Synthesis and Characterization of Magnetic Iron Nanoparticles
with Potential Applications in Geochemical Processes
S. Iconaru, C. Ciobanu, A. Prodan, S.A. Predoi,
C.S. Turculet, M. Beuran, M. Soare, R.V. Ghita,
D. Predoi
Variation of Chemical Groundwater Composition: Incidence of
Enteroviruses Occurrence and Their Transport Mechanism in the
Salto Aquifer, Uruguay
E. Alvareda, P. Gamazo,R. Colina, M. Victoria, L.
Burutaran, J. Ramos, F. Lopez, M. Olivera,
A. Lizasoain, G. Sapriza, M. Castells, M. Garca
Quality of Irrigation Water in a Highly Industrialized Area in NW
of Portugal
M. Incio, O. Neves, V. Pereira
Natural Minerals - Natural Protection of Water SourcesI. Lugovskaya, I. Krylov
Geographic Variation Between Arsenic in Drinking Water and Chro-
nic Kidney Disease: A Nationwide Population-Based Study in
Taiwan
Ya-Yun Cheng, Yen-Cheng Tseng, How-Ran Guo
Fluorine Concentration in Earth Materials in Parts of Northern
Nigeria
H.U. Dibal, E.Y. Yenne,S.S. Daku, D. Shem
A Statistical Approach of Heavy Metal Pollution Index in Creek
Surface Water Samples (Nigde, Turkey)
F. Yalcin, N. Ilbeyli, O. Aydin, M. G. Yalcin,
Y. Leventeli
Aqueous Biphasic Separation of Thallium from Aqueous Solution
Using Propanol and Salts
Huosheng Li, Xiuyuan Li, Yongheng Chen,
Tangfu Xiao
Isotopic and Race Element Constraints on the Origin and Evolution
of Saline Ground Waters in Confined Aquifer Systems of Yuncheng
Chengcheng Li, Xubo Gao, Ken Howard,
Yanxin Wang
Effect of Calcium and Magnesium Contents in Drinking Water to
the Arterial Stiffness, Slovak Republic
K. Fajkov, V. Cvekov, S.Rapant
Contents of Essential Macro-Elements in Hair and Nails of Re-
sidents in the Krupina District, Slovak Republic
K. Fajkov, V. Cvekov, S.Rapant
Curative Water in KareliaG. Borodulina
Pulmonary Toxicity of Particulate Matter Derived from Dust
Samples from Dzhida Mine (Transbaikalia): Preliminary Results
M.J. Campen, O. Smirnova, V. Belogolovov
August 28 September 1, 2017, Moscow, Russia
Appraisal of Microbiological Safety of Natural PeloidsJ.H. Gomes, C.F. Gomes, J.B. Silva, E.F. Silva
Geosocial Process: Concept and LawsA. Vikulin, M. Vikulina, A. Dolgaya, I. Volfson
Advancing MedGeo in University Environmental Education:
Progress in Uruguay
T. Heller, N. Maay
Main Characteristics of the Geomagnetic Variations In the Mos-
cow Region
S. Riabova
The Effects of Air Pollutant Change on Respiratory Disease During
Dust Storm Days in Taipei City, Taiwan
How-Ran Guo, Shao-Wei Yang
Indoor radon exposure in high radioactivity regions and public
F.P. Carvalho, J.M. Oliveira, M. Malta
Situation Analysis of Cutaneous Leishmaniasis in an Endemic
Area, South of Iran
M. Nazari, S. Nazari, A.A. Hanafi-Bojd, A. Najafi,
S. Nazari
Climate Change and the Distribution of Malaria Vectors During
the past 5 Decades in Iran: A Spatial Analysis
Niloufari, Khoshdel- Ali- Reza
Characterization and benefit of Portuguese gypsums as raw
materials for dermocosmetics
C. Costa, A. Fortes, A. Cerqueira, F. Rocha, D.
Santos, M.H. Amaral, D. Terroso
What Does Geochemical Composition of Childrens Hair Reflect
More: Gender Peculiarities or Environmental Exposure?
R. Tarakeviius, R. Zinkut , L. Gedminien ,
. Stankeviius, R. Mork nait
Hemoglobin Blood - Indicator of a Humans Long-Term Adaptation
to the Environment Geophysical Parameters
G. Taumanova
Influence of Regional Geophysical Factors on Organism of Local
Sportsmen. Special Aspects of Their Preparation for Competitions
L. Taumanova
The Impact of Medical and Geological Factors on the Wellbeing of
the Population in the Tyumen and Kaliningrad regions
O. Yakushina, Y. Bespalova, I. Volfson,
L. Dasaeva
Dust Pollution in the Vicinity of Petrochemical Plant: Case Study
of Pavlodar (Republic Kazakhstan)
T. Shakhova, A. Talovskaya, E. Yazikov
Natural Occurrence of Potentially Harmful Fluoride Content in
Groundwater: an Example from Nakuru County, the Kenyan Rift
Valley
P. Gevera, H. Mouri
Geophagic Termite Mound Soils and Their Potential Health Impact
on Pregnant Women in Onangama Village, Northern Namibia
S. Kambunga, H. Mouri, C. Candeias,
I. Hasheela, F. Nakakuwa
Iodine And The Prevalence Of Endemic Goiter In Nigeria A Case
Study From Ajara Badagry In Lagos, South-Western Nigeria
M. Sanyaolu, H. Mouri, M. Odukoya
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MEDICAL GEOLOGY IMPACTS OF THE NATURAL
ENVIRONMENT ON HUMAN HEALTH
Jose A. Centeno
US Food and Drug Administration
ce of Science and Engineering [aboratories
Division of Biology, Chemistry and Materials Science
In the last few decades, there has been a growing awareness that some natural environmen-
tal changes occur on a scale that affects global ecologies: atmospheric, hydrogeological, and food
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ENVIRONMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
AND HEALTH EFFECTS OF MINING IN ARGENTINA
Clinical Research Department at FUNCEI, Argentina
Mining has accompanied and made possible the development of civilization. In addition, min-
ing companies generally handle environmental aspects with care. Lowever, like other industrial
activities, mining has made serious mistakes in the past and may also make some in the future, if ad-
equate control measures are not implemented. A serious case in Argentina involved the lead smelter
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land, it is imperative we adopt consist procedures to mitigate risk and improve environ-
mental and hence potentially human health outcomes. Without a systematic approach to the
eld sites contamination, their redevelopment risks impacting on
whole-of-population health outcomes in the next century.
We investigate the Gold
elds region of Victoria as an example of the complexity of
for holistic and globally contextualised rehabilitation and redevelopment strategies. We
MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF BIOSPHERIC REGULATION
OF THE CARBON CYCLE IN CENTRAL ASIA IN THE CONDITIONS
OF GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE
Tarko A.M., Kozlova E.V.
RUDN University, Moscow, Russia
Both climate and the environment changes in Central Asia are primarily related
cation. Areas of Central Asia, including Qazakhstan, Qyrgyzstan, Tajikistan,
Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Afghanistan, belongs to the rare forested areas. In re-
cent decades, the Central Asian region has experienced a signi
cant warming that led to
violations of the hydrological cycle, as well as changes in ecosystem functions of plant
communities. The data on the seasonal dynamics of carbon in desert and semi-desert
of plant communities in Central Asia were insuf
cient in recent years. Existing studies
tend to overestimate the content of carbon in dry land ecosystems. The deserts and
semi-deserts of Central Asia are relatively large, dynamic, and still poorly quanti
ed
carbon pools that are likely to play an important role in the global and regional climate
change. The degradation of natural resources, including land, fresh and marine waters,
forests and biodiversity threatens the lives of many people. An absorbent environmental
function is manifested through the processes of decomposition and recycling of nutri-
cation and
ltering of air and water. When the load exceeds the allowable,
the systems ability to perform these functions is reduced.
This threatens human health due to the consumption of water from contaminated
sources, inhalation of air pollution and agrochemical pollution. Actual measurements
and laboratory experiments cannot function without the mathematical modelling of the
carbon cycle, in the sense that a lot remains unclear to this day. Mathematical models al-
low us to reduce the data of different measurements in a single three-dimensional model
arisen from the current concept of big data, but the challenges for stronger data ana-
line standards. Respondents revealed that they suffer from Breathing related disorders and
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THE IMPACT OF POTENTIALLY TOXIC ELEMENTS
ON THE HEALTH STATUS OF RESIDENTS LIVING
IN HISTORICAL MINING AREAS, SLOVAK REPUBLIC
Stanislav Rapant*, Veronika Cve%kov, Katarna Faj%kov
State Geological Institute of Dionyz Stur, Mlynsk dolina 1, ^17 [email protected] Bratislava, Slovak
stanislav.rapant~geology.sk
Middle Ages (the Middle Slovak Neovolcanics, the Slovak Ore Mts.) and one historical
mining area with more than hundred years brown coal mining (Upper Nitra region). The
contents of PTE were analysed in groundwaterZdrinking water and soils. The health status
ed according
cation of diseases (ICD, 10th revision), including mainly those
ing low PTE contents. A�� total of 1H^ contaminated and 1 non-contaminated municipal-
cients were summed up. The quantity of selected
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THE IMPACT OF GEOLOGICAL FACTORS ON PREVELANCE OF TYPE 2
ated seismic and volcanic activities or products, in spite of the evident symptoms of
health disturbances of the population. Among them we could name respiratory system
and lung diseases, cardiovascular diseases, dyspnea, headache, insomnia, different
nasal and skin lesions, as well as
gists from IMGA and IMGA Chapter Russia-N.I.S. Novelty of the planning research
approach is concluded in realizations from the social and medical questionnaire sur-
vey conducted among the population of the Qamchatka region. The population lives
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OH-11
LOCALIZING CRYSTAL-SITES OF LONG-TERM RADICAL FORMATION
IN WEATHERED CHRYSOTILE ASBESTOS
M. Walter*
, W.D.C. Schenkeveld
Department of Environmental Geosciences, University of Vienna, Austria
Institute of Solid State Physics, Technical University of Vienna, Austria
August 28 September 1, 2017, Moscow, Russia
The result of her investigations based on ob-
serving and treatment of patients who suffered from
glaucoma were especially successful in 1_|0-s.
One of T.G. Ilyinas prioritized research areas
was the studying of patients who have been affect-
ed with long-term stress-inducing factors related to
the powerful Tashkent earthquake (1_||). She was
rst researcher who revealed the fact of inten-
sive changes in intraocular pressure (IOP) over the
quake among patients who had glaucoma or were
under observation due to glaucoma-prone. The
changes were caused by central nervous system
functioning under stress conditions and coincided
in time with the strongest crust tremors. Intraoc-
ular pressure had been reduced in the majority of
glaucoma patients. Due to overlapping of many
factors (the multiplicative effect), the IOP had been
steadily increased, so the process was decompensated. This unusual phenomena is rarely observed in
everyday life and it can be explained as the result of a sudden general mental and physiological stress,
ow.
Since 1_|H T.G. Ilyina became the
rst ophthalmologist who applied radioactivation
analysis of essential and trace elements, including halogens, in ocular tissues affected by vari-
ous pathological conditions. A practical application of radioactivation analysis in ophthalmol-
Professor T.G. Ilyina
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SECTION:
ENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMISTRY (EG)
eld conditions and to address the interrelationships
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ENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMISTRY IN STREAM SEDIMENTS FROM THE
PINARBA=I PB-ZN MINERALIZATION (GEDIZ-KTAHYA, NW TURKEY)
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GEOGRAPHICAL CLUSTERING OF URINARY STONE DISEASE
IN CHINA: A GEO-ENVIRONMENTAL PERSPECTIVE
Yijun Yang
, Yamin Deng
, Yanxin Wang*
of Environmental Studies, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, P. R. China
Geological Survey, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, P. R. China
The prevalence of urinary stone disease (USD) is increasing across the wo rld and exhibits
a distinctive characteristic of geographical distribution. We investigated the geographical clus-
tering and major geo-environmental factors for USD prevalence in China. The average USD
�prevalence was |.0 in China, which is lower in North China and signi
cantly higher in South
China. A map of USD prevalence in diffe rent provinces of China was presented, high risks of
USD are found in southern China clustered in coastal provinces such as Fujian and hejiang and
karst regions such as Sichuan, Chongqing, Guizhou, Guangxi, Guangdong, Lunan, and Lubei.
The geographical distribution map of urinary stone composition shed l ight on the role of geo-en-
vironmental factors on USD genesis. We noticed that calcium phosphate or hydroxyapatite stone
often occur around the phosphate mines, and the stone composition of karst regions is usually
carbonate apatite. A possible explanation is that phosphorus released from phospha te mines by
weathering or mining processes could be enriched in the soil and aquatic environment surround-
ing the mines, and that carbonate concentrations are commonly high in the environment of karst
regions, both of which promote the formation of phosphateZcarbonate type stones via the food
chain. Additionally, excessive sweating due to high air temperature and low urinary volume due
to scant water intake are jointly responsible for the increasing USD prevalence in hot or warm
climate and seasons. Water and soil environment in
uence the quality and composition of drink-
ing water and food, thus affecting stone formation. The increase of Ca
ratio (in meq) in
drin king water, the high content of calcium in local plants grown on karst soils, and the intake of
high oxalate food might contribute to the high prevalence in South China. This study indicates
described in literature sources. Therefore, this issue is of a great attention. The need to study this
element and its possible effects on people health is obvious and beyond doubt.
ATE-08
ARSENIC IN GROUNDWATER OF DAGHESTAN REPUBLIC
Abdulmutalimova T.O.
August 28 September 1, 2017, Moscow, Russia
Introduction.
The given arsenic-related research has established that the popula-
�tion of about 00 thousands of people are at risk. In the northern districts of Daghestan
republic the groundwater is used by population as drinking water. Water samples anal-
ysis showed that groundwater contains arsenic above the WLO-recommended value
The concentrations of As in water samples ranged from 10gZ[� to 0 gZ[.
The natural As is associated here with the peculiarities of the chemical composition of
the water-bearing plateaus and people have no alternative sources of drinking water.
Biological samples (hair) analysis clearly showed that the body burden of As was close
to the limit level of 1,000 gZkg that is considered to be a toxic level of As in hair.
[ong-term exposure to As from drinking water can cause cancer, thats why it has been
ed as carcinogenic to humans by International Agency Research of Cancer (Group
1) and by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (Group A) (IARC, 1_^7X US
EPA, 2001). The cancer health risks results were found to be higher than of permissible val-
. For the exposed population annual population cancer health risks ranged from
�1 to _ additional cases of possible occurrence of cancer. The results of this study revealed
Area The level of arsenic in drinking water, g/LPopulation
110-40167134
250-9016985
3100 190 108147
4200 3009023
5400 5008444
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EF AsEF CdEF CrEF CuEF PbEF Zn
Borralha soils (n=77)
616,61,1
4,73,1
Panasqueira Soils (n=126)
14,541,43,41,61,6
Borralha outdoor Dusts (n=7)
1,60,30,46,71,11,3
Panasqueira outdoor Dusts (n=34)
3,40,518,81,13,6
EF2 deficiency to minimal; 2EF5 moderate; 5EF20 significant; 20EF40 v@ v;0.8;ry ;&#xhigh;&#x ; E;ery high ; EF40 extremely enrichment
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SECTION:
RADIOACTIVITY, RADIO GEOECOLOGY
AND HUMAN HEALTH (RRG)
HIGH NATURAL RADIOACTIVITY IN THE SOILS
AS A REASON OF RADIOECOLOGICAL PROBLEMS
, L.P. Rikhvanov
, N. Wang
, N.V. Baranovskaya
Tomsk Polytechnic University, Tomsk, Russia
Introduction.
There are several provinces on the globe that have high natural radioactivity in
soil. The elevated contents of natural radionuclides in the soils lead to high concentrations of radon,
which, in turn, causes radioecological problems. Scientists have proven negative effects on human
health associated with high average doses of radiation. Epidemiological data of cancer morbidity
Table 1. Geochemical and mineralogical features of human body ash residue
Geochemical features
Mineralogical
features
Fig. 1. Soil profile and graphs of U, Th, Th/U distribution (mg/kg) by INAA
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local received UV data: the PROMOTE UV record and the COST 72| project. Possible lead-
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FACTORS CONTROLLING THE POTENTIAL OF ARSENIC
and
were the dominant function bacteria for PCP dechlorina-
tion. In the followed further degradation and mineralization of PCP, LAs had a substantial
effects on the diversity and abundance of microbial communities and several phylotypes were
enriched in the
C heavy fractions compared to the
C heavy fractions. Without LA,
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and OP11 were found to be the dominant PCP degraders in microcosms when amended with
CBLA, whereas,
and
tained for Au added to soil in ionic form. Differences in the distribution of Au in the soil pro
le
and in the uptake of Au from soil by plants will be reported. The effect of soil properties as well
as of non-equilibrium processes will also be discussed.
S. Rodrigues acknowledges the
nancial support of both FCT and Com-
ments in this area, the physiological importance of basic macro and microelements, as well as
c elements with water the criteria of physiological value of drinking
water (total mineralization, total hardness, calcium, magnesium, potassium, bicarbonate) and
uoride ion) were developed and approved in SanPiN. The differentiation
of drinking water ground sources in accordance with these criteria was conducted at country
level. The algorithm for selection of ground drinking water sources taking into account criteria of
HYDROGEOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF GROUNDWATER IN
MENTE= WATERSHED AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS
(YAHYALI- KAYSERI-TURKEY)
Muhterem Demir�olu*, Yksel rgn Tutay
stanbul Teknik niversitesi \eoloji Mhendislii Blm, Ayazaga Qamps, stanbul
In this study, the effect of the iron deposits, located in Mente watershed on the ground waters
was investigated. The study area is located in the Seyhan river main basin. The Mente watershed
covers an area of @H km
with an annual average precipitation of @|0 mmZyear. The study area com-
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measured in-situ and the major anion cation and trace element analysis were done. Temperature of
the waters ranged from 7oC and 1_
CX pL values ranged from 7,2| and ^,7X EC values ranged from
@7,H SZcm and |@2 SZcm. The cation and anion sequencing of the water samples are mostly in
rCa rMg rNa rQ and r LCO
rCl form, respectively and this sequencing indicate that
the groundwater are predominantly located within the limestone and dolomite.
O (10,_H
elds and its close
vicinity have drinking water quality and they do not affect by the mining activities.
GEOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT AND GROUNDWATER QUALITY, A KEY TO
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT: THE BINOMIAL SOUTHERN EDGE
OF THE DUERO BASIN SPANISH CENTRAL SYSTEM, SPAIN
Elena Gimnez-Forcada*
, Pilar Pena-Ba
, Jos A. Centeno
ca de Salamanca, UPSA, Salamanca, Spain
International Medical Geology Association, IMGA,
Washington, USA
Table 1. The prevalences of PCOS and concentrations of water EEDs and serum
EEDs in three districts, Chengdu
QingyangJinniuWuhou
Prevalence of PCOS6.5%8.8%9.2%
PAEs in water(ppb)
0.0760.3060.432
PAEs in serum(ppb)
18.017.420.8
BPA in water (ppb)0.0040.0050.014
BPA in serum(ppb)
PBDEs in water(ppb)
1.59*10
1.56*10
1.88*10
PBDEs in serum( ppb)
23.538.138.3
There is a trend that with the increase of water EEDs, the concen-
trations of serum EEDs increased, and the prevalence of PCOS increased, even the
trend is no statistically signi
cant. We might speculate that EEDs in the water might
be absorbed into body and lead to increased levels of serum EEDs, and
nally lead to
increased risk of PCOS. Lowever, we need to expand the sample size to con
rm this
. The present study was supported by National Natural Science Foun-
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EXPOSURE TO LEAD AND CADMIUM VIA PRIVATE DRINKING WELLS
Estelle Larsson*, Thomas Lundh, Eva Tekavec and Hkan Tinnerberg
Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, [und University, [und, Sweden
Approximately 1.2 million people in Sweden rely on private drinking wells as their sole
water source. In addition to pollution from anthropogenic sources, ground water is also greatly
affected by the underlying bedrock. Moreover, compared to municipal drinking water, water
from private wells only sparingly undergoes treatment or quality control. In this study we in-
vestigated the presence of lead and cadmium in the water from private drinking wells outside
the city of Lr in the county of Scania, Sweden. The investigated area is located within the
Sorgenfrei-Tornquist zone with known fractual mineralizations of Galena and Sphalerite. Re-
sults showed that 2^ of the |2 investigated households received drinking water with levels of
lead andZor cadmium exceeding the Swedish drinking water guidelines. In certain cases, highly
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with iron and sulfur oxidation along the out
ow channel, arsenic was substantially accumulated
in downstream sediments, with As concentrations up to 1|[email protected]@ gZkg and AsZFe mole ratios up to
|.72. These were signi
cantly higher that those in previous acid sulfate-Cl hot springs (AsZFe
mole ratios: 0.|0 to [email protected]). Previous studies documented the clay minerals in geothermal area,
such as smectite and kaolinite, could host As concentrations up to @ gZkg. Coincidentally, smec-
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RESIDUAL SMECTITIC CLAYS FROM SANTIAGO (CAPE VERDE):
ASSESSMENT OF THEIR PROPERTIES AS HEALING
AND GEOPHAGIC MATERIALS
A. Cerqueira*, C. Costa, F. Rocha, C. Sequeira, D. Terroso
Universidade de Aveiro, Departamento de Geocincias, unidade
de investigao Geobiotec, Campo de Santiago, Aveiro, Portugal
Samples from residual clays from Santa CruzZPedra Badejo, on the eastern part of the
island, were submitted to chemical, mineralogical and technological characterizations, with
particular emphasis on those allowing the assessment of the potentialities but also the risks
for application as healing clays and as geophagic materials. [ocal populations use, since long
time ago, these clays for traditional topical and gastric treatments, without any type of scienti
c
or technical control. The studied deposits correspond to small outcrops developed over old-
ne materials
(100 |H m), almost smectite pure (no quartz at all) and presenting a chemical composition
compatible with the desired applications. The same can be concluded from almost all of the
technological tests, showing high values for the cation exchange capacity, plasticity, speci
c
surface area and oil absortion, and low values for abrasiveness and cooling rate. SEMZEDA`
analyses were also carried out to specify the smectites, revealing dioctahedral and trioctahedral
Fe rich smectites, typical of weathering of volcanic rocks.
HYDROTHERMAL IN SITU MATURATION OF CLAYEY GEOMATERIALS
(AZORES, PORTUGAL): ASSESSMENT OF THEIR PROPERTIES FOR
F. Rocha*, A. Cerqueira, C. Costa, C. Sequeira, D. Terroso
Universidade de Aveiro, Departamento de Geocincias, unidade
de investigao Geobiotec, Campo de Santiago, Aveiro, Portugal
eld includes a particular case of matura-
where sediments and mineral waters added with pluvial waters are constantly
mixed in a very large pool. The peloids extracted from this boiling-mud pool are being
used in a local thermal center, which exists since 1^11, especially for the relief of pain
associated with rheumatic diseases and for skin disorders treatment. This work aims the
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SECTION:
MODERN TECHNIQUES FOR INVESTIGATION
AND MONITORING OF ENVIRONMENT
CONDITION AND HUMAN HEALTH (MT)
MT-01
APPLICATION OF SOLID STATE NMR AT MINERAL/WATER INTERFACE:
A MOLECULAR LEVEL INVESTIGATION OF FLUORIDE REMOVAL
BY NANO-SIZED HYDROXYAPATITE
Wei Li*, Chao Ren, Junfeng Ji
cial Geochemistry, Ministry of Education,
School of Earth Sciences and Engineering, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China
Elevated levels of
uoride (F
) in groundwaters of granitic and basaltic terrains is a world-
wide environmental problem, which affects millions of people. Lydroxyapatite (Lap) has been
shown to be a strong sorbent for FX however, the molecular level mechanisms have not been
clearly addressed, owning to the lack of spectroscopic analysis. Lere we provide a novel
out spectrum, receiving data from the station with spectrum and remote management station.
For running a communications program to the station, data backup procedure and them transfer
to ftp-server the apropriative scripts in a programming language and bash [inux shell had been
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MT-05
THE ROLE OF SOIL PROPERTIES ON THE TRANSFORMATION AND
FATE OF NANO-ENABLED AGROCHEMICALS IN THE SOIL SYSTEM
, T. Trindade
, E. Pereira
and P.F.A.M. Rmkens
Dep. of Chemistry ] CESAM, Univ. of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal
Dep. of Chemistry ] CICECO, Univ. of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal
ne fraction and are mainly siliciclastic (a few carbonated), having kaolinite or illite as main clay
minerals, being smectite a minor componentX in general, samples present a chemical composition
compatible with the desired applications, Ca being the main exchangeable cation, followed by Mg
or Na. Regarding technological properties, samples more siliciclastic and richer in clay minerals
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animal products, and use of minerals for treatment of animals diseases. Study of the epizootic
situation and the role of geological objects and processes in the animal health allow to develop
successful preventive and control measures.
One way of application of geoinformational systems (GIS) is assessment of epizootology
of endemic non-contagious animal diseases. This is primarily a management technology that
allows to use the resources for control of these diseases.
Epizootological GIS allow collection, storage and analysis of epidemiological informa-
anatomy inside the body as well as veri
eld of public health and mineral extraction.
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DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF INTEGRATED
MINERAL RESOURCE POLICY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY:
THE MINDANAO EXPERIENCE, THE PHILIPPINES
, Santiago Allan
, Monteros Filemonito
Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Nigeria
Province of Agusan del Sur, Patinay, Philippines
Department of Sociology, University of Bukidnon, the Philippines
This paper would report the environmental challenges faced by stakeholders in the develop-
ment and management of mineral resources in Mindanao mining region of the Philippines. The
paper would proffer solutions via the development and management of integrated mineral resource
framework. This is by interfacing the views of government, operating mining companies and the
Prior to 1__0, there were only 10 open-cut mines, but since that year the number has risen
�to @, of which 2_ mine gold, | silver, ^ copper and 11 iron. Foremost among them are the
Those most affected are workers in the mines, followed by the surrounding communities
and their water supply, soil and atmosphere, leading to broad-ranging affects that touch all of
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The results of model application for the estimation of the P content in fresh waters of the
Russian Federation regions are presented in Fig. 1. The concentrations were calculated using
The calculated results show that P loading is most characteristic of regions located in the
European part of the country, which matches the ecological situation related to the eutrophication
of water bodies in this territory, as well as some regions of the Siberian and Far Eastern Federal
Figure 1. Estimated phosphorus concentrations in fresh water in RF regions, mg/l
activity in Azerbaijan for the
rst time was created. The elevated radon concentrations are mainly
observed in mining and folded arrays of the Greater and [esser Caucasus and Talysh region.
Results of measurements of radon concentrations in indoor air are in good agreement with data
of radon content in the soil air. The content of radon in thermal waters generally isnt high, except
the waters of carbon source in Talysh region, where its concentration is above the maximum
permissible level accepted for drinking waters. Increased values of radon volume activity in
ns) have been also revealed.
During data comparison a de
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ON DISTRIBUTION OF RADIONUCLIDES IN CULTIVATED ELEMENTARY
LANDSCAPE-GEOCHEMICAL SYSTEMS CONTAMINATED AFTER
THE CHERNOBYL ACCIDENT
Korobova E.M.*
, Kirov S.S.
, Beryozkin V.Yu.
Baranchukov V.S.
Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry, Russian Academy
of Sciences (GEOQLI RAS), Moscow, Russian Federation
Institute of Global Climate and Ecology, Moscow,
c and practical problems of modern biogeochemistry is the study
of spatial structure of geochemical
elds formed by radionuclides. The main goal of our research
Cs in soils of agriculturally transformed
E[GS exhibits cyclic character followed from the top to bottom of the transect similar to
Cs
behavior in natural E[GS observed previously in test site Vyshkov-2. Activity
Cs varied from
[email protected] to 77_ kBqZm and that of
Q from 121 to 217 kBqZm. A cyclic pattern in lateral distribution
in both the undisturbed natural E[GS and those transformed by cultivation was proved to be a
An absence of a remarkable radiocesium unilateral accumulation down the slope obvious-
ly re
ects speci
ARSENIC: CONTAMINATION OF DRINKING WATER AND HUMAN
Table 1. Arsenic concentrations in water, urine and hair samples
MCL
(Maximum
Level)
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area whose population historically relies on groundwater as a source of water supply for human and
agricultural uses. Several rehabilitation actions were taken during the 1__0s and 2000s, resulting
in an important reduction of the negative environmental legacy. Lazard (non-cancer) and cancer
risks due to exposure to potentially-toxic elements (PTEs) by the ECC-surrounding population
where calculated considering groundwater ingestion, inhalation and dermal contact as exposure
pathways. ECC-surrounding groundwater shows concentrations of Al, As, Cd, Fe, Lg, Mn, Ni,
Cr and n several orders of magnitude higher than admissible values according to Portuguese and
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LEACHING OF THALLIUM FROM EXTREMELY
CONTAMINATED SOILS COLLECTED FROM GUIZHOU, CHINA
, Mengy un Zhou
, Yongheng Chen
,Tangfu Xiao
School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Guangzhou University,
biodegradable and ecologically sustainable biocomposites, using new strategies which reduce
more and more the use of solvents. In situ biosynthesis of new biocomposites with bioactive
compounds have offered a great interest to obtain environmentally friendly and biofunctional
materials for applicationsin different
elds such as medicine. In this work, a simple and green
route to the synthesis of new hybrid biocomposites of bacterial nanocellulose-Porto Santos bio-
genic clays (BNCZBioC) using one-step in situ biosynthesis was studied. The BioC incorporation
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The main purpose of this study was to evaluate the sources, as well as the dispersion mech-
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ENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMISTRY OF ESTUARINE SEDIMENTS
IN THE SUAPE PORT COMPLEX, PERNAMBUCO, BRAZIL
Edmilson Santos de Lima*, Ricardo Ferreira da Silva
The Massangana and Tatuoca rivers estuarine system of Suape is located in the Suape Indus-
trial Port Complex, the largest area of economic development of the state of Pernambuco. In this
area two sedimentary core samples, each with three replicates, were collected. The core samples
were sectioned every
cal analysis (Correlation Matrix, Principal Component Analysis). Individual element evolutionary
graphics were also produced. The following chemical elements are worth mentioning: Ag, As, Cu,
Lg, Ni and Sb. The
�core samples were subdivided at cm intervals. These resulted in H0 sub-samples which were
prepared and analysed using ICP-MS. An assessment of the intensity of contamination or pol-
lution was undertaken using Enrichment Factor (EF), Geo-accumulation Index (Igeo), and
Pollution [oad Index (P[I). Furthermore, a geochemical pro
ling was employed to assess the
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mentation. Sedimentary records are strongly controlled by hydrodynamic constraints, very low
currents inducing organo-pelitic sediments and the relatively high currents producing quartz-
ose silts and sands. The analyzed chemical species generally had an increase in their concen-
tration from the base to the top in all pro
les, with the increase of organic-pelitic sediments.
The chemical species shows a close correlation with Al
(r 0._0, generally), as consequence
of adsorption by clay minerals and organic matter. In absolute terms, the arsenic levels reach
values of approximately 22 mgZkg
, exceeding the threshold ER[ (^.2 mgZkg
), with growing
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teresis. In this study, Al dynamics were investigated in a small rural catchment under humid
temperate climate in Galicia (NW Spain) using hysteresis analysis. The majority of the catch-
�ment (_1) is occupied by forest (|) and pastures (2|) whereas @ is used for cultivation
�(mostly maize and winter cereal) and the remaining belong to impervious areas. The soils in
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DISTRIBUTION, SOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL RISK OF TRACE
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[IMA has been improving and re
�MA-project consists of H11 single samples including analysis from 2H^H bedrock drilled wells
and 2_2^ uaternary deposit wells i.e. dug wells, springs, captured spring wells and uaternary
drilled tube wells. The number of monitoring samples was @|07 including H^0 bedrock wells
and @227 uaternary deposit wells. Manganese was mainly analysed as soluble form, but in few
samples also total Mn was analysed. About @1 of single water samples of drilled wells and
�17 of uaternary deposit wells exceeded the Finnish national regulation of 0 gZ[ for Mn.
Preliminary results from monitoring data indicate that Mn concentrations have clear annual and
seasonal variation. The
ndings showed that Mn was mainly in soluble form. Only in samples
with high Fe concentration the manganese was bounded in particles and caused higher total Mn.
AGRICULTURAL SOIL GEOCHEMISTRY OF TRACE
ELEMENTS: ACCUMULATION PATTERNS IN CITRUS, OLIVE GROVES
AND VINEYARDS FROM PELOPONNESE, GREECE
, Ariadne Argyraki
National and Qapodistrian University of Athens, Department of Geology
and Geoenvironment, Athens, Greece
[aboratory of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Department of Natural Resources
and Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural University of Athens, Athens, Greece
Various agrochemicals, including fertilizers, pesticides and fungicides are commonly ap-
plied to agricultural land to promote crop growth and ensure successful harvests. Lowever,
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alization in this area increases almost threefold in comparison with the mountainous area. The
processes of dispersed elements migration are slowing down. Areas with high concentration
and dispersion of trace elements are typical for lowland landscapes. Concentrations of V, Sr
Plants are the food of humans and animals and are used to produce drugs. ualitative
and quantitative composition of compounds, synthesized by plants, depends not only on their
type, but also on the composition of nutrient medium. Plants affect human and animal health by
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southwest of Isfahan and into Irankuh mountain range. The purpose of this study is to measure of
amount of Radon gas in indoor air of Bama lead and zinc mine and the environment surrounding
it, and compare the amount of Radon in mine air with its critical level. This critical level produced
by international organization for radiation protection for maintain the health of mine workers and
Fig.1. A view of Bama Lead and Zinc mine
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soil air. This device has a air suction pump. The suction air passes through chamber that made from
the biomaterials mainly are due to consumption of
sh and seafood. The complex of biomate-
rials studied in the article re
ects levels of entering the human organism of all mercury forms.
Nails and hair samples are interchangeable biomaterials in assessing the mercury impact on
the human organism but it is dif
cult to remove dirty from the nails surface. Therefore, if the
cient it is possible not to analyze nails samples.
PIGMENTS AS SOURCES OF LEAD AND HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM IN
D. Meza-Figueroa
, S. Navarro-Espinoza
, Mnica Acosta
, A.
, Martn Pedroza-Montero
Posgrado en Ciencias de la Tierra, Instituto de Geologa, Estacin Regional del Noroeste,
Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico, Colosio y Madrid sZn, Sonora, Mxico
Ligh concentration of hexavalent chromium as crocoite micropigments in traf
c yellow
painting is reported in urban dust and air
lters from a developing city located in the Sonoran desert.
Erosion of asphaltic cover is enhanced by climate, and the presence of mineral crocoite (PbCrO
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rooftop level), as well as dry deposited dust at playgrounds from elementary schools. Stronger dust
episodes were found related to post-monsoon season with major peaks associated with decrease of
humidity. Airborne dust was signi
cantly higher at pedestrian level (@@ of analyzed days) when
compared to roof level (1^ of analyzed days). At pedestrian levels,
ne particulate fractions
� 1: | above the T[V value,
P[ANT� 2: 2 above the T[V value, and P[ANT H: @| above the T[V value. With the obtained
results, it is possible to prioritize those places and work areas where immediate actions should
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COAL PROCESSING CAUSES HEALTH PROBLEMS
Merve Gunes*, Alper Gunes, Burcin Yalcin, Havva Ertugrul, Nurdane Ilbeyli, Bulent Kaya
Akdeniz University, Antalya,Turkey
Coal, which formed after fossilized organic matter has been trapped in rock formations for
many years, is Brown-black
ammable substance. It consists mainly of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen
and nitrogen. Coal is the most common fossil fuel in the World. Although coal is mainly com-
�posed of carbon, coal dust which formed more than 0 substances and their oxide components,
erties of the asbestos have allowed to be used as raw material for many years. There are asbestos
reserves in many places in the world, and they led to
ber contamination on environment. Turkey,
Russia, China, Cyprus, Finland, USA and Canada have environmental exposure to asbestos. Asbestos
dust in residential area and workplace cause serious diseases in workers and inhabitants. Prolonged
inhalation of asbestos
bers can cause serious illnesses such as lung cancer, mesothelioma, and asbes-
THE INDUSTRIAL FACTORS IMPACT ON THE FUNCTIONAL STATE
OF MINING WORKERS IN THE MURMANSK REGION
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�experiments at MLz are capable to identify important characteristics of the tested suspensions,
such as the velocity and attenuation and the FEM model allows to simulate the effective wave
propagation in the
uid with dispersed nanoparticles. The inverse problem tested in this case, has
provided a series of pairs of elastic constants, from which the pair offering the best
t was extracted.
Our in vitro and in vivo assays presented in this study have shown that the
and DMNp
nanoparticles are non-toxic and biocompatible proving a huge potential to be used in the next
generation of diagnostic and therapeutic agents, improving the survival rate and the quality of life
PSYCHO-IMMUNE ASPECTS OF ADAPTATION TO THE INJECTION
OF MICROORGANISMS FROM PERMAFROST IN EXPERIMENT
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mission electron microscopy (TEM), `-ray diffraction (`RD), Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR)
spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and Energy Dispersive
`-ray analysis (EDA`). The calculations of the average particle size of Fe
samples before the
adsorption of As
and Cu
ions indicated that the dimensions of the particles Fe
decreased
after the adsorption of As
and Cu
cient of [angmuir isotherm (R
) at room temperature was 0.___ for Fe
and
the maximum adsorption capacity for the solid phase (
�) was ||.H mgZg while the [angmuir con-
was 0.2_7. Collectively, the results suggested that iron oxide nanoparticles had a potential
for removal andZor immobilization of TE from contaminated waters andZor soils.
VARIATION OF CHEMICAL GROUNDWATER COMPOSITION: INCIDENCE
OF ENTEROVIRUSES OCCURRENCE AND THEIR TRANSPORT
MECHANISM IN THE SALTO AQUIFER, URUGUAY
Alvareda E*., Gamazo P., Colina R., Victoria M., Burutaran L., Ramos J.,
Lopez F., Olivera M., Lizasoain A., Sapriza G., Castells M., Garca M.
alvareda~fq.edu.uyIn some areas of Uruguay groundwater is the only source of water for human consumption
as well as for industrial-agricultural activities. Usually, it is considered as a safe source, due to the
lter which takes place in porous media, groundwater is commonly used without any
treatment. The passage through porous media is considered an important barrier against viruses,
as a result groundwater would be acting as a virus transmission vector. Gastroenteric viruses like
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Rotavirus (RVA) and Norovirus (NoA) affect in a high degree the Uruguayan population each
Type III shungite ore of hagozhenskoe deposit in Qarelia can be used as a sorbent material
cation of the water from the oil-products and phenol, for the land remediation as well
as for the puri
shungite can be regenerated by a steam-gas activation at the temperatures of H00-^00
9 or by the
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Stations on the creek, in order, have the LPI values (S1|7,12X S2|^,_0X SH^^,^HX
���[email protected]_0,H_X S^,02X S|17_,10X S7H^7,1HX S^H|H,H1X S_2^^,2X S10[email protected],[email protected]). The stations
�located close to the source of the creek (1-) having low risk, whereas those located far fromthe
source of the creek (having high risk (|-10). These LPI results were meaningful since the latter
values were obtained from Pb-n miningstock areas, industrial areas, city center, slaughterhouse,
cation of wastewaterareas.
Cr-Cd and Cr-Ni are highly positively correlatedX Pb-Cu and Pb-Cd are highly positively cor-
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PULMONARY TOXICITY OF PARTICULATE MATTER DERIVED FROM DUST
SAMPLES FROM DZHIDA MINE (TRANSBAIKALIA): PRELIMINARY RESULTS
, Vladimir Belogolovov
Geological Institute, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
low to start modeling the geosocial process which takes into account the value of the real geoso-
cial risk that can be used in the preparation of programs of the integrated regional development,
primarily, such as Siberia and the Russian Far East.
ADVANCING MEDGEO IN UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENTAL
EDUCATION:PROGRESS IN URUGUAY
Teresa Heller*, Nelly Maay
Toxicology Department, Faculty of Chemistry, University of the Republic, Uruguay
Medical Geology as an emerging discipline has grown in practice and in theory since its
beginnings in Uruguay in 200H. In this presentation, we focus on the educational aspects at Uni-
versity level.
The Toxicology Department of the Chemistry Faculty of the Universidad de la Repblica
began to introduce MedGeo in short courses for continuing education in 200H. In [email protected] it was
rst
included as one of the subjects in an elective course called Environmental Toxicology and Medical
Geology taken by advanced students who had previously approved the Fundamental Toxicolo-
gy course.
In 2017 a new additional course called Advanced Topics in Environmental Toxicology and
rst time in our Faculty.
This presentation explores the evolution of Medical Geology in our University from 200H to
2017 with an Educational Research approach, highlighting its contribution to the Environmental
Sciences.
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in Taipei City by the Environmental Protection Administration. Air pollutant data included PM
, carbon monoxide (CO), ozone (O
), nitrogen oxide (NO), nitrogen dioxide (NO
), and sulfur
dioxide (SO
). We adopted a case crossover design to evaluate and describe the effects of air pollut-
ants on respiratory infection. The lag days of the effects were taken into account in the data analyses.
. The PM
concentrations during dust storms days were signi
cantly higher than
those in the 2-day period immediately ahead of the dust storms. We found that the risk of OPD
visits for respiratory infection had signi
cant associations with, O
, during
the dust storms days in Taipei. [evels of CO
, were negative associated with OPD visits
for respiratory infection. When the lagged effects are considered, O
was negatively associated with
. This case-crossover study provides evidence supporting the effects of CO, NO,
on OPD visits for respiratory infection with different lags in Taipei,
Taiwan.
INDOOR RADON EXPOSURE IN HIGH RADIOACTIVITY REGIONS
AND PUBLIC HEALTH
Fernando P. Carvalho*, Joo M. Oliveira, Margarida Malta
[aboratrio de Proteco e Segurana Radiolgica, Instituto Superior TcnicoZ
carvalho~itn.ptProlonged exposure to radon gas, the radioactive daughter of naturally occurring radium-22|
of uranium decay series, has been demonstrated to be harmful to human health and the World Lealth
Organization (WLO) has classi
ed radon as a carcinogenic element. Many regions around the world
were analysed and mapped using SPSS and Arc GIS 10.H.
. A total of 700 cases of C[ were recorded during the study period with an overall de-
��creasing trend from 200 to 201. More than |0 of the patients were inhabitants of rural areas and
males were infected more than females. Although there was not a signi
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Gypsum deposits exploited for cement company CIMPOR in [oul, bidos and Soure, were
submitted to chemical, mineralogical, and technological characterizations, with particular emphasis
in the recommended ones for the evaluation of the quality degrees needed for application in dermo-
eralogical and chemical quality (almost pure gypsiteZcalcium sulphate), being also the
ner (|H
m) one, whereas [oul and Soure present some mineralogic impurities (mainly quartz). Studied
ner fractions) and density separation (to reduce quartz content) were performed.
WHAT DOES GEOCHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF CHILDRENS HAIR
REFLECT MORE: GENDER PECULIARITIES OR ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE?
Ri%ardas Tarakevi%ius*
Nature Research Centre, Vilnius, [ithuania
Qlaipda University, Qlaipda, [ithuania
Vilnius University, Vilnius, [ithuania
The research is based on analysis of the total contents of Al, As, Br, Ca, Cl, Cr, Cu, Fe,
Q, Mg, Mn, Na, Ni, P, Pb, Rb, S, Se, Si, Sr, Ti, Tl, V, n (ED`RF) in the hair of @7 girls
survey and secondary statistical data were used as primary empirical data. The main question-
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regions health. On the basis of the sociological survey it was concluded that the oil factor sig-
cantly affects population health, especially diseases related to the lungs and stomach. These
issues were evident in the Qaliningrad region, even if it was a so called background region and
not the main one as Tyumen region, where these features were revealed most clearly.
We concluded that the increasing anthropogenic and technogenic impact on the environment
are particularly noticeable in these two regions of the Russian Federation. This research on environ-
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RISK ASSESSMENT OF POTENTIALLY TOXIC TRACE ELEMENTS
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Table. The content of mercury in black shales and its nano-fractions, ppm
Sweden
mean0,309
min0,002
max0,644
mean0,146
min0,003
max1,79
mean0,011
min0,002
max0,031
mean0,019
min0,007
max0,035
mean0,018
min0,003
max0,045
mean3,824
min0,031
max10,23
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The main natural source of fluorine in the human organism is drinking water. The maximum
tal analyzer Euro EA CLN laboratory microanalysis Institute of Organoelement Compounds,
Russian ��Academy of Sciences (Moscow): C: @0, 7X L: [email protected]@X N: _.2^X O content in ash-free
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Any NTS represents a facility capable of in
icting environmental damage and has to be
consistently and continuously monitored. Its monitoring must be introduced at the earliest stages
Moreover, monitoring and rapid response programmes need to be governed at the national
level and have a binding effect at every level of subsurface resources management.
If we consider how important it is to monitor hazardous factors that directly affect the health of
local residents, even the most basic monitoring system must incorporate compulsory monitoring of
Of no less importance is a programme on developing and implementing immediate actions
aimed at reducing environmental impact following an accident or an unforeseen situation at NTS
Since anthropogenic impact is increasingly growing under current conditions, it is necessary
The mining enterprises of Russia, which extract copper-pyrite ores, include OAO Uchalinsky
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gases are present equable, regardless of the type of igneous rocks. In ultra-deep wells, hydrocarbon
content, observed throughout boreholes. In the area of the deepest borehole of the World Qola,
hydrocarbon gas composition presented to C
inclusive, and CL
� content reaches @.02 liter Z ton,
and heavy hydrocarbons to 2.1H liter Z ton. Noting the entire spectrum of hydrocarbon gases and
their homologues. The composition of the dispersed hydrocarbon gases resembles the composition
of hydrocarbon deposits. Lydrocarbons are manifested in various forms of gas: free, dissolved,
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BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF INDOOR DUST FROM KINDERGARTENS IN THE
CITY OF ESTARREJA (PORTUGAL) AND ITS IMPACT ON CHILDRENS
EXPOSURE TO POTENTIALLY TOXIC ELEMENTS
, T. Cocerva
, S.F. Cox
, M. Carey
, J. Wragg
, T.
Orsire
, Y. Noack
Geobiotec, University of Aveiro, Campus de Santiago, Aveiro, Portugal
School of the Natural and Built Environment, ueens University Belfast, Belfast, UQ
Institute for Global Food Security, ueens University Belfast, Belfast, UQ
British Geological Survey, Qeyworth, Nottingham, UQ
Aix-Marseille Universit, CNRS, CEREGE, Aix en Provence, France
among the youngest children (under | years old), these are likely to ingest higher amounts
of indoor dust. Ergo, an interdisciplinary study encompassing
ve kindergartens of the
Estarreja municipality is currently underway.
Indoor dust, playground dust, and garden soil samples were collected from the kinder-
���gartens. Each sample was sieved into the | m and |20 m particle size fractions.
�The masses of both dust fractions were combined to calculate the total dust load (20
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Acosta M. 77
Acosta-Elias M. �7, 77
Ajayi Aferhurhobo B. �@@, @, 70
Alekhnovich D.V. _0
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GENERAL INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
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LOCATION PLAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
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