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  • 1 Poltava Higher Interregional School State Educational Institution M. Biryuzova str. 64a, , 36007 Poltava, , Ukraine
  • | 2 M. H. Kholodny Institute of BotanyTereshchenkivska str. 2, , 01004 Kyiv-4, , Ukraine
  • | 3 Poltava V. G. Korolenko National Pedagogical University 2, , Ostrogradski Street, 36000 Poltava, , Ukraine
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Results of bryoindication mapping based on calculation of an index of atmospheric purity (IAP) of towns of the Left Bank Ukraine, i.e. the smallest Romny (Sumy oblast) and Myrhorod (Poltava oblast) towns, small Pryluky (Chernihiv oblast) and Lubny (Poltava oblast) towns as well as medium size Poltava town (Poltava oblast), are provided. It is found that isotoxic bryoindication zones of moderately polluted air are predominate and often forming entire areas in the centre / industrial / densely built-up areas of Poltava, Lubny and Pryluky towns while isotoxic zones with slightly polluted or unpolluted air are predominant or more widely distributed in smaller towns Romny and Myrhorod. Correlation of data on species diversity, community composition of bryophytes as well as data of the IAP zoning of the territory of all towns mentioned as well as natural conditions of their territory and anthropogenic pressure is discussed.

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