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Arsenic, antimony, germanium, and tin in the Tejo estuary, Portugal: modeling a polluted estuary

Arsenic, antimony, germanium, and tin in the Tejo estuary, Portugal: modeling a polluted estuary,10.1021/es00118a008,Environmental Science & Technolog

Arsenic, antimony, germanium, and tin in the Tejo estuary, Portugal: modeling a polluted estuary   (Citations: 30)
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Journal: Environmental Science & Technology - ENVIRON SCI TECHNOL , vol. 17, no. 12, pp. 731-737, 1983
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    • ...The distribution and behavior of DISn have been examined in estuaries, coastal waters, and open oceans (Andreae et al. 1983; Arambarri Environ Monit Assess...
    • ...The factors controlling the DISn distribution remarkably include the sources and modes whereby tin enters the environment; the physical, chemical, and biological activities; the seawater characteristics (i.e., suspended particulate material (SPM), salinity, total organic carbon (TOC), depth, temperature, and pH); and ocean currents (Andreae et al. 1983; Pawlik-Skowro ´ nska et al. 1997)...
    • ...However, DISn concentration in Bohai Bay was higher than those in the Tejo Estuary, Atlantic Ocean, and inshore waters of Shibukawa and Ajino (Andreae et al. 1983; Nakashima 1979; Smith and Burton 1972)...
    • ...Aquatic areas DISn concentration (ng/ml) References Kagoshima Bay 0.45 Kiriyama and Kuroda (1991) Fukiagehama inshore water 0.59 Kiriyama and Kuroda (1991) Japanese inshore water 1.8 Shimizu and Ogata (1963) Shibukawa, Okayama 0.139 Nakashima (1979) Ajino, Okayama 0.068 Nakashima (1979) Pacific Ocean 0.30–1.22 Hamaguchi et al. (1964) Caspian Sea 1.55 Nagiev et al. (2005) Atlantic Ocean 0.009 Smith and Burton (1972) Tejo Estuary 0.003 Andreae ...
    • ...The flux of DISn from ar iver into Bohai Bay is simply FED = VED · CED ,w hereVED is the river discharge (cubic meters per year) and CED is the estuary concentration of tin (nanograms per milliliter) (Andreae et al. 1983; Cutter and Cutter 2004; Yao et al. 2006)...

    Liqin Duanet al. Dissolved inorganic tin sources and its coupling with eco-environments...

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