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Degradation and remediation of soils polluted with oil-field wastewater

The changes in the properties of gray forest soils and leached chernozems under the impact of contamination with highly saline oil-field wastewater were studied in a model experiment. It was shown that the soil contamination results in the development of technogenic salinization and alkalization lea... Full description

Journal Title: Eurasian Soil Science 2/2013, Vol.46(2), pp.204-211
Main Author: Gabbasova, I. M.
Other Authors: Suleymanov, R. R. , Garipov, T. T.
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Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 1064-2293 ; E-ISSN: 1556-195X ; DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1134/S1064229313020051
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title: Degradation and remediation of soils polluted with oil-field wastewater
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  • Gabbasova, I. M.
  • Suleymanov, R. R.
  • Garipov, T. T.
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  • Environmental Geology
  • Geochemistry Of Rocks, Soils, And Sediments
  • Alkali Metals
  • Cation Exchange Capacity
  • Chernozems
  • Degradation
  • Exchangable Sodium Percentage
  • Experimental Studies
  • Geochemistry
  • Gray Forest Soils
  • Gypsum
  • Metals
  • Oil And Gas Fields
  • Petroleum Engineering
  • Petroleum Products
  • Ph
  • Physicochemical Properties
  • Pollution
  • Reclamation
  • Remediation
  • Salinity
  • Sodium
  • Soil Pollution
  • Soils
  • Sulfates
  • Waste Water
ispartof: Eurasian Soil Science, 2/2013, Vol.46(2), pp.204-211
description: The changes in the properties of gray forest soils and leached chernozems under the impact of contamination with highly saline oil-field wastewater were studied in a model experiment. It was shown that the soil contamination results in the development of technogenic salinization and alkalization leading to worsening of the major soil properties. The salinization of the soils with oil-field wastewater transformed the soil exchange complex: the cation exchange capacity decreased, and the exchangeable sodium percentage increased to up to 25% of the CEC upon the wastewater infiltration and up to 60% of the CEC upon the continuous soil saturation with the wastewater independently of the soil type. The content of exchangeable magnesium also increased due to the phenomenon of super-equivalent exchange. Despite the saturation of the soil adsorption complex with sodium, no development of the soil alkalization took place in the presence of the high concentration of soluble salts. However, the soil alkalization was observed upon the soil washing from soluble salts. The gypsum application to the washed soils lowered the exchangeable sodium concentration to acceptable values and normalized the soil reaction. The gypsum application without the preliminary washing of the soils from soluble salts was of low efficiency; even after six months, the content of exchangeable sodium remained very high. The subsequent soil washing resulted in the removal of the soluble salts but did not affect the degree of the soil alkalization. Copyright 2013 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.
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