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Species-specific trace element uptake in trees
Objectives Tree rings provide an important chemical archive that may record information about nutrient cycling and ecosystem function prior to the onset of acidification. However, some basi...

Stable Isotopes Research Group
Synthesis of isotopically labelled compounds with non-conventional (bromine-81, chlorine-37, sulphur-34) and conventional (carbon-13) labels using the concept of minimal labelling in the fields of env...

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...

TBT Research in the Chesapeake Bay
PURPOSEThe purpose of this project is to implement a study that would document the current levels of tributyltin (TBT) in the Elizabeth River and provide baseline data for future efforts to determine ...

The Manganes Health Research Program
What is Unique about the MHRP Program? This comprehensive, multidisciplinary study recognizes the shared concerns of the Department of Defense and the manganese industry. To that end, the program (M...

TU Delft: Department Radiation Radionuclides Reactors:
Astrid FischerFunction    PhD student    Phone    +31 (0) 15-2787053Email    a_c_fischer@hotmail.com ResearchIron chemistry in seawater...

UCSD: Barbeau Lab > Trace metal speciation
Research in the Barbeau Lab Research in our laboratory  focuses on biogeochemical cycling of trace metals in marine systems. Areas of interest include metal speciation in seawater, bio...

USDA: INKING BIOGEOCHEMICAL SPECIATION AND BIOAVAILABILITY OF TRACE ELEMENT CONTAMINANTS FOR SOIL RISK ASSESSMENT AND REMEDIATION
In this proposed project, we will develop and/or evaluate the ability of trace element speciation methods to measure and/or predict bioavailability to human and/or ecological receptors. The project ...

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 ...

USGS: Assessing Element Speciation, Bioavailability, and Cycling using Diffusive Gradients in Thin Films (DGT)
Laurie Balistrieri Project work & strategy: Our work involves understanding how elements cycle through the environment and determining how chemical speciation affects the availability and t...

USGS: Mercury-Contaminated Fish--Is it Old or New Mercury?
An international consortium of scientists has undertaken a major experiment to determine just that. The experiment is called METAALICUS (Mercury Experiment To Assess Atmospheric ...

USGS: Methyl-Mercury Degradation in Florida Everglades Peat-Sediment
High concentrations of methyl-mercury (CH3Hg+), a substance toxic to both animals and humans, recently have been measured in a number of top predators (including panthers and game fish) native to the ...

USGS: Speciation and Isotopic Composition of Sulfide and Sulfate Minerals
Michele Tuttle, Paul Briggs, and Cyrus BerrySulfur is ubiquitous in the natural geochemical environment. It occurs in sulfide and sulfate minerals, as well as in its elemental state, in ores related t...

USGS: The METAALICUS project
The Mercury Experiment to Assess Atmospheric Loadings in Canada and the US (METAALICUS) project is a unique, whole ecosystem mercury loading study to test the watershed-scale response to a change...

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