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Record #69670:

Origin of the salt in Antarctic saline lake waters through trace element analysis / Noriyasu Masuda, S. Nakaya, T. Torii.

Title: Origin of the salt in Antarctic saline lake waters through trace element analysis / Noriyasu Masuda, S. Nakaya, T. Torii.
Author(s): Masuda, Noriyasu.
Nakaya, S.
Torii, T.
Date: 1984.
Publisher: Tokyo :
In: National Institute of Polar Research. Memoirs. Special Issue. (1984.), Vol. 33 (1984)
Abstract: Analysis by neutron activation indicates that trace elements in the Antarctic saline lake and pond waters might have been derived mostly from aerosol particles.
Notes:

National Institute of Polar Research. Memoirs. Special Issue. Vol. 33 :194-203 (1984).

Keywords: 556.55 -- Lakes and ponds.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 69670

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