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An Environmental Investigation in Arctic Europe

The «Kola Ecogeochemistry» Project is concerned with:

  • regional mapping of heavy metals and radioactivity
  • pollution of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems
  • an area of 188,000 km2 in the Barents Region (map)
  • sulphur and trace element deposition
  • the impact of major industrial activity in the western Kola Peninsula
  • the degradation of a particularly vulnerable arctic environment

    For more information and results see the TABLE OF CONTENT

  • GSCA medal The Kola Ecogeochemistry webSite is a proud recipient of The Earth Science Site of the Week award («Promoting Excellence in Earth Sciences on the Web») with nominations in Environmental Geology, Geochemistry and Quaternary Geology

    Created by Patrice de Caritat and Jan Erik Kofoed (NGU) using HTML v. 3.0 and Netscape Navigator v. 2.0. MAILTO: KolaWebMaster for comments and suggestions.
    The Kola web site was launched in December 1995 and was last updated in September 2010.