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Ribogospod. nauka Ukr., 2019; 2(48): 79-107
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15407/fsu2019.02.079
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Влияние тяжелых металлов на пресноводные экосистемы. Тематическая англоязычная библиография

Н. Л. Колесник, Этот адрес электронной почты защищен от спам-ботов. У вас должен быть включен JavaScript для просмотра. , Институт рыбного хозяйства НААН, г. Киев
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Цель. Формирование справочного библиографического перечня англоязычных публикаций из открытого доступа в сети Интернет, посвященных вопросам специфики влияния тяжелых металлов на пресноводные экосистемы, их биоаккумуляции и биоиндикации, а также функциям микроэлементов в организме гидробионтов.

Методика. В процессе подготовки тематического списка, в ходе системного поиска были применены целостный и выборочный методы. Библиографическое ядро ​​составляли литературные источники из архивов научных изданий, в частности таких всемирноизвестных журналов как «Environmental Contamination Toxicology», «Ecotoxicology», «Aquatic Science», «Aquatic Toxicology», «Environmental Bioindicators», «Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aguatic Sciences» и многих других.

Результаты. Сформирован тематический библиографический перечень основных работ: специализированных научных сборников, материалов международных научно-практических конференций, научных трудов, статей и авторефератов диссертаций. Он насчитывает 227 источников, все они англоязычные и находятся в открытом доступе в сети Интернет. Представленные публикации охватывают временной интервал с 1953 по 2018 гг., но большинство из них изданы после 2000 г. В избранных трудах освещены исследования по биоаккумуляции и биоиндикации тяжелых металлов в пресноводных экосистемах, приведены данные о влиянии микроэлементов на организм гидробионтов. Литературные источники размещены в алфавитном порядке согласно автору или названию, что соответствует ДСТУ 8302:2015 «Информация и документация. Библиографическая ссылка. Общие положения и правила составления», с учетом поправок (код УКНД 01.140.40), а также в соответствии с требованиями оформления списка литературы по международному стандарту APA style.

Практическая значимость. Представленный перечень будет полезным для ученых, практиков, студентов, сфера исследований которых касается анализа влияния тяжелых металлов на пресноводные экосистемы и закономерностей биоиндикации и биоаккумуляции токсикантов в гидробионтах, а также роли микроэлементов в организме последних.

Ключевые слова: тяжелые металлы, экосистема, биоаккумуляция, биоиндикация, седиментация, пресные водоемы, гидробионты, рыба, микроэлементы, металлотионеины, Cd, Cr, Cu, Hg, Pb, Zn.

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