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Abstract                 Volume:5  Issue-11  Year-2017          Original Research Articles


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Evaluation of Impact Cadmium on Geo-Environment of Dibbis City in Kirkuk Government / Northern Iraq
Hassan A. A. Aljumaily1 and Ahmed H. M. Al-hamdany2*
1Department of Applied Geology, College of Science, University of Kirkuk, Kirkuk, Iraq
2Master student/Department of Applied Geology, College of Science, University of Kirkuk, Kirkuk, Iraq
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

The present study is to evaluate and investigate the distribution of cadmium element (cd) in soil of Dibbis City northern Iraq, by using Index (Igeo), (CF) and (EF). The concentration of cadmium were determined by using (ICP-MS) technique in Acme Lame of (Canada). Collected (8) Samples in July/2016, In each site taken two samples for two depth (0-20cm) (20-40cm). The results showing that the highest concentration of cd found in Hai Al-Taakhy with value (0.245 ppm) because its station is burial health of waste of city, then Hai Al-Askary (S3) with value (0.225 ppm)it was in the past agriculture are riched by phosphate fertilizer in addition to military district. The calculated Igeo values of Cd is unpolluted to moderately polluted in all sites of Dibbis soil, The Contamination Factor of Cd investigated in soil of present study Moderate contamination for all station and Enrichment Factor results of the Cd investigated in this present study of soil is indicates Moderate enrichment.

Keywords: Cadmium, Dibs, Contamination Factor, Iraq
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Hassan A. A. Aljumaily and Ahmed H. M. Al-hamdany. 2017. Evaluation of Impact Cadmium on Geo-Environment of Dibbis City in Kirkuk Government / Northern Iraq.Int.J.Curr.Res.Aca.Rev. 5(11): 19-24
doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcrar.2017.511.004