7 edition of A primer on sediment-trace element chemistry found in the catalog.
|Statement||Arthur J. Horowitz.|
|Contributions||Horowitz, Arthur J.|
|LC Classifications||QE516.T85 H67 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 136 p. :|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||90023488|
a).Such particle partitioning results in the concentration of lead in specific areas of the drainage network that contain fine-grained, lead-enriched particles (Macklin et al. ; Macklin et al. ; Miller and Orbock Miller ).Along rivers that are affected by the influx of mining and milling debris, lead is associated not only with fine-grained sediment but with coarse-grained. Pac Sci – ing. Can Mineral – De Carlo EH, Spencer KJ () Retrospective analysis of an- Horowitz AJ () A primer on sediment-trace element thropogenic inputs of lead and other heavy metals to the Ha- chemistry (2nd edn). Lewis Publishers, Michigan waiian sedimentary environment.
In: Ecological Risk: Science, Policy, Law and Perception. 15th Annual Meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry; Oct 30 - Nov 3; Denver, CO. Pensacola (FL): Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. p 5. Abstract Engle VD, Summers JK, Macauley JM. Relatively little is known about the influence of these factors on trace element cycling in wetland‐influenced streams (Kerr, et al., ) Wetlands serve as sources, sinks, or transformers of chemicals, depending on the wetland type, the hydrologic conditions, and the length of time the wetland has been subjected to chemical loadings, when.
4 Investigative Strategies for Lead-Source Attribution. During the last several decades, a wide array of analytic techniques have been used, with varied degrees of success, to determine the relative contributions of lead from natural and anthropogenic . 1 Contaminated Rivers: An Overview.- 2 Sediment-Trace Metal Interactions.- 3 Basin Processes.- 4 The Water Column - Concentration and Load.- 5 The Channel Bed - Contaminant Transport and Storage.- 6 Floodplains.- 7 River Metamorphosis.- 8 Remediation and Sediment Quality Criteria.- 9 Ex Situ Remediation and Channel Restoration.- 10 In Situ.
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[Arthur J Horowitz; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. The chemistry of the samples is measured using various analytical methods. Cesium ( Cs) is measured by radioactive counting (Van Metre and others, ). Major and trace elements are analyzed by inductively-coupled plasma/atomic emission spectroscopy and graphite-furnace atomic adsorption (Fishman and Friedman, ).
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Full-text available. A Primer on Sediment-Trace Element Chemistry. : M.E. Brigham, L.H. Tornes. Applied Geochemistry, Vol. ( $3.(10 +.(Ill Printed in Great Britain Pergamon Journals Ltd. The relation of stream sediment surface area, grain size and composition to trace element chemistry ARTHUR J.
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Historic and ongoing sediment contamination adversely affects estuaries, among the most productive marine ecosystems in the world. However, all estuaries are not the same, and estuarine sediments cannot be treated as either fresh or marine sediments or properly assessed without understanding both seasonal and spatial estuarine variability and processes, which are Cited by: One element of the integrated approach used by NAWQA is the determination of the occurrence and distribution of organic compounds and trace elements in fish tissue and bed sediment.
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Determining the contributions of metals from these sources has proven difficult, in part, because physical and biogeochemical processes alter the nature (e.g., grain size, mineral composition, organic matter content) of the source Cited by: 1.