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Record #200000:

Aerosols over the Russian Arctic seas / Vladimir Shevchenko.

Title: Aerosols over the Russian Arctic seas / Vladimir Shevchenko.
Author(s): Shevchenko, Vladimir.
Date: 2011.
Publisher: New York: Nova Science Publishers
In: Seabed morphology of the Russian Arctic shelf. (2011.),
Abstract: Discusses aeolian transport of matter into Russian Arctic seas and evaluates input of sedimentary matter (including organic carbon and pollutants). Finds aerosols are strongly enriched by some chemical elements (Pb, Cd, As and Hg) and by persistent organic pollutants and that aeolian transport is crucial in this process.
Notes:

In: Seabed morphology of the Russian Arctic shelf / Sergey Nikiforov, ed.

Keywords: 551.46 -- Oceanography, physical.
551.462 -- Submarine topography, bottom forms.
551.463.8 -- Sea water, suspended particles.
546 -- Chemistry, inorganic.
546.26 -- Carbon.
546.3 -- Chemistry, metals.
556 -- Hydrology.
556.51/.54 -- Rivers and streams.
D -- Atmospheric sciences.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*60) -- Arctic Ocean and adjacent waters.
(*68) -- Arctic Ocean, seas adjacent to Russia.
SPRI record no.: 200000

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