National report, Kola project. Catchment study 1994
Frie emneord: Snow Topsoil Podzol Catchment study During the period 1994-1996, the Geological Survey of Norway (NGU) and Finland (GTK and the Central Kola Expedition (CKE) are carrying out a joint project on eco-geochemical mapping and monitoring within an area extending from longitudes 24° to 35°30' and southwards to the Arctic Circle in Finland and to the boundary between the Murmansk and Karelia regions in Russia. As a part of this project, a detailed study of eights catchment areas (three in Finalnd, one in Norway, and four in Russia) was carried out during 1994. The following sample media were taken for this catchment study: snowpack, rainwater, stream water, groundwater, organic stream sediment, moss, topsoil, podzol profiles, Quaternary deposits amd bed- rocks. This report presents description of the Norwegian catchment (No 5 -Skjellbekken) and summarizes all analytical results obtained.