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The EVISA Link database contains information about all aspects of arsenic speciation:
- arsenic species determination (analytical methods etc)
- toxicity and biological activity of different arsenic species
- distribution and fate of arsenic species in the environment
- mobility, bioavailability and bioaccumulation of arsenic species
- Research groups and their projects related to the chemical speciation of As
- Standards, rules and legislation related to arsenic

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Canada: University of Alberta, Dr. Chris Le Group on Environmental Health Sciences
Chemical Speciation of Trace Elements in Environmental and Biological SystemsChemical speciation studies are essential to an understanding of toxicity and bioavailability of the element in the environ...

Germany: University of Münster: Research Group of Uwe Karst
The research group of Prof. Karst at the University of Münster is developing analytical methods, techniques and instrumentation mainly in the field of hyphenated techniques making use of molecula...

Research Overview: Environmental Soil Geochemistry
Countless geochemical and environmental processes occur on the microscopic-scale. As such, a fundamental understanding of these microscopic phenomena is necessary to understand the influence of these ...

Speciation analysis using ICPMS
Lecture: Speciation analysis using ICPMSfirst speaker: Walter Goessler, Institut fur Chemie; Karl-Franzens Universitat (41:00 Min.)second speaker: Kevin Francesconi, Institut fur Chemie; Karl-Franzens...

Speciation and Attenuation of Arsenic and Selenium at Coal Combustion By-Product Management Facilities
The overall objective of this project is to evaluate the impact of key constituents captured from power plant air streams (arsenic, selenium and mercury) on the disposal and utilization of coal combus...

Stratigraphic and geochemical controls on naturally-occurring arsenic in groundwater, eastern Wisconsin
High arsenic concentrations (up to 12,000 mg/l) have been measured in groundwater from a confined sandstone aquifer in eastern Wisconsin. The source of the arsenic is a sulfide-bearing secondary cemen...

Subsurface Fate and Transport of Organoarsenic Compounds originating from Animal Feed additives
Roxarsone, an organoarsenic compound, is added to poultry feed at 22.7 to 45.5 g per ton, for the purpose of improving weight gain, feed efficiency, and pigmentation. Previous studies have demonstrate...

The accumulation, distribution, and elimination of dietary arsenobetaine in Atlantic salmon and Atlantic cod,
We investigated the accumulation, distribution, and elimination of dietary arsenobetaine in Atlantic salmon and Atlantic cod, with the focus on muscle, liver, and kidney tissues. The fish were exposed...

UK: The London Arsenic Group
The London Arsenic Group brings together expertise from the fields of sedimentary geochemistry, hydrochemistry, environmental mineralogy and analytical geochemistry. We seek to understand the source, ...

USGS Arsenic Studies Group
The environmental effects of arsenic have become of major concern to federal agencies, state agencies, foreign governments, and private industries. S...

USGS: Application of Improved Methods of Sediment Characterization to Describe Arsenic Contamination in the Bengal Delta
George Breit and Heather Lowers I. Improved Electron Probe Microanalysis – Characterization of an Important Arsenic Sink Techniques of quantitative analysis using the electron microprobe ...

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