Natural Environment Monitoring 2005, No 6, 23-37
ATMOSPHERIC AIR POLLUTION AND TRANSFORMATION PROCESSES OF DEPOSITION IN THE FOREST ECOSYSTEM OF THE ŚWIĘTOKRZYSKIE MOUNTAINS REGION
Alojzy Kowalkowski, Marek Jóźwiak, Rafał Kozłowski, Hubert Wróblewski
Over 10-year experience of the Świętokrzyskie Mountains region integrated environmental monitoring undoubtedly revealed that deposition systems with complexes of spatiotemporal values and consequent reactions to transformation processes of heavy-changeable and easy-changeable in time elements of ecosystems, require a new deepen expression. Every Earth.s system consists of complexes of selffunctioning elements, which interoperate in performing some defined regulating functions, to its existence necessary. Even small deviations from natural and close to optimal levels of functioning in ecosystems can have negative effects on living organisms having their niches in them.
This is why it is necessary to recognise deeply and more comprehensively the emission systems in the atmosphere with their transmissions in time and space along with induced transformations in the atmosphere, hylosphere and pedosphere depending on meteorological parameters. Without a suitable processing this knowledge cannot be directly used in natural environment planning, and management and of environmental policy implementation by decision makers.
Localisation of ICP IM station .wiêty Krzy¿ in low mountains with dominating emissions from W and SW directions with oceanic air masses along with changeable from E and SE directions of continental air have specific geographical values for regional and local emissions examination on the background of remote continental and intercontinental emissions.