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Effects of Microbial and Phosphate Amendments on the Bioavailability of Lead (Pb) in Shooting Range Soil
- C. Wilson, R. Brigmon, A. Knox, J. Seaman, G. Smith
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Bulletin of environmental contamination and…
- 1 March 2006
No abstract available.
The location, composition, and origin of oyster bars in mesohaline Chesapeake Bay
Sub-bottom profiling sonar surveys in the mesohaline Chesapeake Bay located pre-Holocene, hard terrace structures surrounded by or buried by softer sediments. The descending scarps of these hard… Expand
Successful application of lead isotopes in source apportionment, legal proceedings, remediation and monitoring.
- B. Gulson, M. Korsch, +12 authors Michelle Crisp
- Environmental Science, Medicine
- Environmental research
In late 2006, the seaside community in Esperance Western Australia was alerted to thousands of native bird species dying. The source of the lead (Pb) was determined by Pb isotopes to derive from the… Expand
Geology and hydrocarbon potential of offshore SE Somalia
Interpretation of a 20 550 line km 2D seismic survey acquired in 2014 by Soma Oil and Gas in the deep water offshore area of SE Somalia has identified three previously undocumented sedimentary… Expand
Proyecto sobre la disponibilidad léxica en alumnos preuniveristarios de Melilla
DEVELOPMENT OF REFERENCE RANGES FOR PLASMA TOTAL CHOLINESTERASE AND BRAIN ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE ACTIVITY IN FREE-RANGING CARNABY'S BLACK-COCKATOOS (CALYPTORHYNCHUS LATIROSTRIS)
- R. Vaughan-Higgins, S. Vitali, A. Reiss, S. Besier, T. Hollingsworth, G. Smith
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of Wildlife Diseases
- 26 July 2016
Abstract Published avian reference ranges for plasma cholinesterase (ChE) and brain acetylcholinesterase (AChE) are numerous. However, a consistently reported recommendation is the need for species-… Expand
Supplementation of Merino ewes with vitamin E plus selenium increases α-tocopherol and selenium concentrations in plasma of the lamb but does not improve their immune function.
- S. Sterndale, S. Broomfield, +8 authors A. Thompson
- Biology, Medicine
- Animal : an international journal of animal…
- 24 October 2017
Vitamin E and selenium have been reported to improve immune function across a range of species. Ewes lambing on poor-quality dry pasture in autumn in Western Australia are at risk of being deficient… Expand
Mecanismos de cohesión textual en la comunicación periodística
- G. Smith
- Political Science