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Heavy metals in marine sediments and biota of Spitsbergen / Agnieszka Sikora, Marek Zajączowski, Janusz Pempkowiak.

Title: Heavy metals in marine sediments and biota of Spitsbergen / Agnieszka Sikora, Marek Zajączowski, Janusz Pempkowiak.
Author(s): Sikora, Agnieszka.
Zajączowski, Marek.
Pempkowiak, Janusz.
Date: 1996.
In: Oceanological Studies. (1996.), XXV(3) (1996)
Abstract: Contents of Al, Fe, Co, Ni, Cd, Pb, Zn, Cu, and Cr were measured. Relatively large contents in sediments were accompanied by small contents in mussels. Reason was low bioavailability of these metals. Solid speciation showed that metals incorporated into mineral lattice were far more abundant than those adsorbed, bound to carbonates and hydroxides or complexed to organic matter, so low bioavailability.
Notes:

Oceanological Studies. XXV(3) :97-109 (1996).

Keywords: 502 -- Environmental issues.
504.054 -- Pollution.
546.3 -- Chemistry, metals.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*32) -- Svalbard.
SPRI record no.: 141372

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