Once the monitoring network has been defined in Task 3.2, the sampling plan and the protocol for taking samples of water and soil will be defined (methods, periodicity, T / pH, refrigerated containers, etc.). CNR-IRSA will carry out: i) chemical analysis of the water (N, COD, salinity, pH, P, S, Total Hardness, Bicarbonates, Cl, K, Na, Ca, Mg, Fe); ii) biomolecular analysis, according to the protocols for microbial species; iii) chemical (N, S, T, pH, C org., subst. org.) and biomolecular analysis of the soil, for the comparison between the two matrices and the possible elaboration of a chemical / microbial exchange model. .
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