Elemental composition of human hair in different territories of the Crimean peninsula

Elena Evstafeva, Nataliya Baranovskaya, Anna Bogdanova, Osman Ablialimov, Anna MacArova, Irina Evstafeva, Elena Yaseneva

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The chemical homeostasis of humans has changed due to global and local anthropogenic impacts on biogeochemical cycles. Their degree is mediated by natural geochemical character of local environments. The elemental composition of human hair and quantitative relation between elements is summary characteristic of biogeochemical environmental conditions. To determine the biogeochemical situation 78 inhabitants from different geographic regions across the Crimean peninsula, cities and rural areas were investigated through the analysis of 28 elements by neutron activation analysis and determination of mercury by atomic absorption spectroscopy. High variety of elemental composition in inhabitants' hair on different types of territories in the Crimean peninsula was revealed. Comparison with different territories of Russian Federation and Belarus shows both common and specific features. On most part of Russian and the Crimean territories a deficiency of essential elements (Zn, Cu) in human hair is characteristic. At the same time there are significant differences in content of some essential elements (Ca, Fe) and other ones (Th, Ce, Au, U, Ag, Cs) even in the limited Crimean territory. It requires further investigation of factors, which determine the revealed variability.

Original languageEnglish
Article number02001
JournalE3S Web of Conferences
Volume98
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 7 Jun 2019
Event16th International Symposium on Water-Rock Interaction, WRI 2019 and 13th International Symposium on Applied Isotope Geochemistry, 1st IAGC International Conference - Tomsk, Russian Federation
Duration: 21 Jul 201926 Jul 2019

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Atomic spectroscopy
Neutron activation analysis
Chemical analysis
Absorption spectroscopy
biogeochemical cycle
homeostasis
neutron activation analysis
atomic absorption spectroscopy
rural area
environmental conditions
inhabitant

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Evstafeva, E., Baranovskaya, N., Bogdanova, A., Ablialimov, O., MacArova, A., Evstafeva, I., & Yaseneva, E. (2019). Elemental composition of human hair in different territories of the Crimean peninsula. E3S Web of Conferences, 98, [02001]. https://doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/20199802001

Elemental composition of human hair in different territories of the Crimean peninsula. / Evstafeva, Elena; Baranovskaya, Nataliya; Bogdanova, Anna; Ablialimov, Osman; MacArova, Anna; Evstafeva, Irina; Yaseneva, Elena.

In: E3S Web of Conferences, Vol. 98, 02001, 07.06.2019.

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Evstafeva, Elena ; Baranovskaya, Nataliya ; Bogdanova, Anna ; Ablialimov, Osman ; MacArova, Anna ; Evstafeva, Irina ; Yaseneva, Elena. / Elemental composition of human hair in different territories of the Crimean peninsula. In: E3S Web of Conferences. 2019 ; Vol. 98.
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