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Vol. 49/4 (2023)

Strona redakcyjna
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List of the reviewers

Ewa Krogulec, Przemysław Bukowski, Katarzyna Niedbalska, Joanna Trzeciak, Sebastian Zabłocki

Groundwater vulnerability to pollution in degraded coal mining areas: modifying the DRASTIC method using the factor of exploitation impact on land surface
Geology, Geophysics & Environment 49/4 (2023), 313-334   Pełny tekst/Article:  pdf  pdf  (7,0MB)

Urszula Aleksander-Kwaterczak, Dominika Gaj, Alex Stelmach, Tomasz P. Wróbel

Investigating the content of microplastics and other extraneous particles in Polish bottled water
Geology, Geophysics & Environment 49/4 (2023), 335-53  Pełny tekst/Article:  pdf  pdf  (9,3MB)

Tomisław Gołębiowski, Jadwiga Królikowska

The 1st National Scientific and Technical Conference “Hydroengineering, Hydromorphology, and Water and Sewage Management”
Geology, Geophysics & Environment 49/4 (2023), 355-356  Pełny tekst/Article:  pdf  pdf  (130kB)

Tomisław Gołębiowski

Theoretical aspects and numerical modelling of the GPR method to analyse its possibilities for the detection of leakages in urban water supply networks
Geology, Geophysics & Environment 49/4 (2023), 357-373   Pełny tekst/Article:  pdf  pdf  (9,8MB)

Agnieszka Brzezińska, Łukasz Wiankowski

Pollution load assessment in the form of TSS and COD emitted from an urbanized catchment in the aspect of administrative pollutant discharge fees on the example of the activity of the J1 CSO in Lodz (Poland)
Geology, Geophysics & Environment 49/4 (2023), 375-387  Pełny tekst/Article:  pdf  pdf  (1,0MB)

Grażyna Sakson

Analysis of suspended solids emissions from a combined sewage system using the Stormwater Management Model (SWMM)
Geology, Geophysics & Environment 49/4 (2023), 389-399  Pełny tekst/Article:  pdf  pdf  (2,1MB)

Anna Szafarczyk, Rafał Gawałkiewicz

An inventory of opencast mining excavations recultivated in the form of water reservoirs as an example of activities increasing the retention potential of the natural environment: a case study from Poland
Geology, Geophysics & Environment 49/4 (2023), 401-418  Pełny tekst/Article:  pdf  pdf  (6,1MB)

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