|Title:||Physical indicators for pollution detection in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems|
|Series/Report no.:||Bulletin of the National Research Centre, Vol 43:120 (2019)|
|Abstract:||Physical pollution indicators are numerical values supporting tangible perception on the state of a given aquatic or terrestrial ecosystem. Physical pollution indicators track qualitative and quantitative changes over time. Most of the physical pollution indicators are applicable in a wide variety of ecosystems from local to regional to national levels. They include temperature, color, odor, aggregate stability, available water capacity, bulk density, infiltration rate, slaking, crusts, structure, and macro-pores. Only, the most distinct and reliable physical pollution indicators with the actual wide practice were designated.|
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