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  Information - MPRG0 Contribution of magnetism to environmental studies

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The application of magnetic methods for solving environmental problems is one of the most actual and applied aspects of mineral and rock magnetism during the last decades. The improvement of instrumentation and methodology gives new perspectives for deeper knowledge about the basic relations between different magnetic and non-magnetic properties of the environmental materials. Thus, an important task in such studies is to find the exact correspondence between the examined rock-magnetic parameters on one hand, and the real environmental conditions and factors, playing role in the Earth’s compartments, on the other hand. Contributions dealing with varying aspects of environmental studies: pollution of soils, sediments, vegetation and other natural materials; palaeoenvironmental reconstructions of past events; application of magnetic methods for prospecting of natural mineral resources are welcomed.

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