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Assessment of the state of the environment with regard to the content of risk elements in fish bodies
Jonášová, Simona ; Zlámalová Gargošová, Helena (referee) ; Komendová, Renata (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the study of the content of potentially toxic elements in fish bodies in the Jihlava River. The biological samples were first transferred into solutions by microwave digestion. Afterwards, the potentially toxic elements Cd, Cr, Cu, Hg, Ni, Pb, Zn in muscle, heart, liver, genital organs, gills and intestine were determined by AAS. A total of 20 fish samples were analysed. In european chub and common bream, the concentrations of elements decreased in the order Zn > Cu > Ni > Cr > Hg > Pb > Cd. In rainbow trout, common nase, common carp, european perch and common roach, element concentrations decreased in the order Zn > Cu > Ni > Cr > Hg > Cd > Pb. In northern pike the following decreasing trend was found: Zn > Cu > Hg > Ni > Cr > Cd > Pb. The assessment of the condition of the watercourse was made according to the individuals that were assumed to have been present in the Jihlava River for more than 1 year. According to these fish species, the contamination of the aquatic environment with elements Cr, Cu, Hg and Ni was demonstrated. All fish samples except sample 8 (perch) were assessed as suitable for consumption.
Study of surface water quality in the Ivančice area
Jonášová, Simona ; Řezáčová, Veronika (referee) ; Komendová, Renata (advisor)
Selected physical and chemical water quality parameters were measured at four sampling localities on the Jihlava River. Using UV-VIS spectrophotometry, inorganic forms of nitrogen, chlorides, total phosphorus and CODCr were determined. BOD5 was determined by the dilution method. Na+, K+ and Ca2+ ions, whose concentrations ranged from 5,75–108 mgl 1, were measured by flame emission photometry. Selected metals (Cu, Ni, Pb, Zn, Hg, Cr, Fe, Mn) were determined in water by the ET-AAS method. Decomposed sediments were determined by the FAAS method. Concentrations of Cr, Cu, Pb and Ni in water were in the range of 0,05–2,84 gl1. Metal concentrations in sediments ranged from 0,02–293 mgkg1, where nickel concentrations were above the limit. The occurrence of iron and manganese is due to the geological subsoil. For the other elements, anthropogenic source is assumed. From the measured data, the water quality is slightly variable in this locality and is classified as fourth or fifth class, i.e. as highly polluted water.
Study of surface water quality in the Ivančice area
Jonášová, Simona ; Řezáčová, Veronika (referee) ; Komendová, Renata (advisor)
Selected physical and chemical water quality parameters were measured at four sampling localities on the Jihlava River. Using UV-VIS spectrophotometry, inorganic forms of nitrogen, chlorides, total phosphorus and CODCr were determined. BOD5 was determined by the dilution method. Na+, K+ and Ca2+ ions, whose concentrations ranged from 5,75–108 mgl 1, were measured by flame emission photometry. Selected metals (Cu, Ni, Pb, Zn, Hg, Cr, Fe, Mn) were determined in water by the ET-AAS method. Decomposed sediments were determined by the FAAS method. Concentrations of Cr, Cu, Pb and Ni in water were in the range of 0,05–2,84 gl1. Metal concentrations in sediments ranged from 0,02–293 mgkg1, where nickel concentrations were above the limit. The occurrence of iron and manganese is due to the geological subsoil. For the other elements, anthropogenic source is assumed. From the measured data, the water quality is slightly variable in this locality and is classified as fourth or fifth class, i.e. as highly polluted water.

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