International interdisciplinary cooperation for monitoring of inorganic and radioactive toxicants in the Lower Danube Euroregion, Black and Aegean Seas Basins
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ENE, Antoaneta; ZUBCOV, Elena; SPANOS, Thomas; BOGDEVICH, Oleg; TEODOROF, Liliana; DENGA, Yuriy; FRONTASYEVA, Marina; STIHI, Claudia; PANTELICA, Ana; DULIU, Octavian-Gheorghe. International interdisciplinary cooperation for monitoring of inorganic and radioactive toxicants in the Lower Danube Euroregion, Black and Aegean Seas Basins. In: Environmental Challenges in the Black Sea Basin: Impact on Human Health. 23-26 septembrie 2020, Galaţi. Cluj-Napoca, România: Universitatea „Dunarea de Jos”, Galați, 2020, p. 6. ISBN 978-606-17-1691-3.
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Environmental Challenges in the Black Sea Basin: Impact on Human Health 2020
Conferința "Environmental Challenges in the Black Sea Basin: Impact on Human Health"
Galaţi, Romania, 23-26 septembrie 2020

International interdisciplinary cooperation for monitoring of inorganic and radioactive toxicants in the Lower Danube Euroregion, Black and Aegean Seas Basins


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Ene Antoaneta1, Zubcov Elena12, Spanos Thomas13, Bogdevich Oleg14, Teodorof Liliana15, Denga Yuriy16, Frontasyeva Marina17, Stihi Claudia18, Pantelica Ana19, Duliu Octavian-Gheorghe10
 
1 University "Dunarea de Jos", Galati,
2 Institute of Zoology,
3 International Hellenic University,
4 Institute of Geology and Seismology,
5 Danube Delta National Institute for Research and Development,
6 Ukrainian Scientific Centre for Ecology of the Sea, Odessa,
7 Joint Institute of Nuclear Research,
8 Valahia University of Targoviste,
9 Horia Hulubei National Institute for Physics and Nuclear Engineering, (IFIN-HH),
10 University of Bucharest
 
Proiect:
MIS ETC 1676 Cooperare interdisciplinară transfrontalieră pentru prevenirea dezastrelor naturale şi reducerea poluării mediului în Euroregiunea Dunărea de Jos
BSB27

MONITOX - Black Sea Basin interdisciplinary cooperation network for sustainable joint monitoring of environmental toxicants migration, improved evaluation of ecological state and human health impact of harmful substances, and public exposure prevention”


 
Disponibil în IBN: 5 decembrie 2020


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The paper presents a synthesis of results obtained in the period 2014-2020 by the INPOLDE international network created in the frame of MIS ETC 1676 Project (Romania, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine) and developed through BSB27-MONITOX, JINR-Romania and COST Action CA18130 ENFORCE TXRF international/EU-funded projects, concerning the monitoring of the toxic substances levels in the Danube River (Lower sector) Prut and Dniester Rivers, Danube Delta, Black Sea coast, Nestos River and Northern Aegean Sea coast. Maps of pollution of water, sediments, soils and biota with trace metals and radioisotopes were built using ArcGIS and Q-GIS. Preliminary results of the interdisciplinary studies performed in the first period of BSB27-MONITOX project implementation on a large range of inorganic toxic pollutants in an extended target area in the Black Sea Basin (including NE part of Greece) are emphasized, as well as the assessment of toxicants’ impact upon human health using the developed health risk calculator. The analytical methods employed in collaborating institutions from Romania, Moldova, Ukraine, Greece and Russian Federation and used in complementarity for elemental and isotopic determination in environmental materials sampled from Lower Danube Euroregion, Black and Aegean Seas Basins (about 50 chemical elements), are the following: atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS), including High Resolution Continuum Source (HR CS-AAS) technique, X-ray fluorescence analysis with energy dispersion (ED-XRF), including portable technique (p-XRF); instrumental neutron activation analysis (INAA); inductively-coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS); inductively-coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry (ICP-MS); ion beam techniques Particle-Induced X-ray (PIXE), Gamma-ray (PIGE) Emission and Rutherford Backscattering Spectrometry (RBS) using accelerated proton beams and high resolution low background gamma-ray Spectrometry (GS). The accuracy and precision of the results were evaluated by measuring certified reference samples of similar matrix and organizing several intercomparison exercises between research laboratories.