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Bacteria of the genera Acinetobacter and Ochrobactrum in the processes of bioremediation of oil-contaminated objects (review)

T.Yu. Korshunova, E.V. Kuzina, D.A. Sharipov, G.F. Rafikova
Section: Theoretical problems of ecology
The analysis of the existing system of surface water monitoring in Russia is carried out. The methodological and practical problems that arise when monitoring the surface water bodies of the country are identified. It is noted that in order to improve the monitoring system of water bodies in Russia, first of all, it is necessary to update existing monitoring programs, more widely use modern equipment, methods of remote sensing of the Earth and information technologies. The list of indicators to be assessed when monitoring water bodies should be compiled in accordance with the environmental characteristics and the nature of the use of the water body, taking into account new types of pollutants entering water ecosystems, the transformation of substances in the reservoir, the probability of secondary water pollution by biogenic elements and toxic substances as a result of diffusion from pore solutions of bottom sediments. The current issue is the regulation of the impact of various substances on the state of aquatic ecosystems. Possible solutions to this issue are the development of regional standards for assessing the state of water bodies, the transition from a hazard-based approach to a risk-based approach to normalizing the impact on water bodies.
Keywords: land surface water, surface water monitoring, monitoring program, state monitoring, impact rationing
Article published in number 3 for 2021
DOI: 10.25750/1995-4301-2021-2-013-021
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