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The article presents the results of long-term monitoring of the state of boreal forest ecosystems (Kola Peninsula, European North of Russia) experiencing industrial pollution. The general regularities and distinctive features of the reaction of various components of pine forest ecosystems to joint action of gaseous and solid pollutants and contamination of albic rustic podzols by heavy metals under field experiment are characterized. A dynamic trend in soil and plant contamination levels hasdoi:10.5772/intechopen.73323 fatcat:x2ong54lrrclbnczfebfdjyqbu