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Reconstructing Earth's surface oxidation across the Archean-Proterozoic transition
The Archean-Proterozoic transition is characterized by the widespread deposition of organic-rich shale, sedimentary iron formation, glacial diamictite, and marine carbonates recording profound carbonExpand
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Spatial distribution of soil heavy metal pollution estimated by different interpolation methods: accuracy and uncertainty analysis.
Mapping the spatial distribution of contaminants in soils is the basis of pollution evaluation and risk control. Interpolation methods are extensively applied in the mapping processes to estimate theExpand
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Reconstructing marine redox conditions for the Early Cambrian Yangtze Platform: Evidence from biogenic sulphur and organic carbon isotopes
In order to constrain marine redox conditions for the sedimentary environments immediately preceding the rapid diversification of metazoans carbon and sulphur isotopes, as well as carbon, sulphur andExpand
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Carbon isotopic evolution of the terminal Neoproterozoic and early Cambrian: Evidence from the Yangtze Platform, South China
Profound geotectonic, climatic and biological changes occurred during the terminal Neoproterozoic and its transition into the Early Cambrian. These changes are reflected in temporal variations of theExpand
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Trace element chemostratigraphy of two Ediacaran-Cambrian successions in South China: Implications for organosedimentary metal enrichment and silicification in the early Cambrian
A trace element study is presented of two Ediacaran–Early Cambrian sedimentary successions in South China: the Shatan section, Sichuan Province, which represents a shallow platform setting, and theExpand
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Heavy metal contents and enrichment characteristics of dominant plants in wasteland of the downstream of a lead-zinc mining area in Guangxi, Southwest China.
  • G. Zhu, H. Xiao, +5 authors C. P. Okoli
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Ecotoxicology and environmental safety
  • 30 April 2018
A field investigation on the content of heavy metals in soils and 17 kinds of dominant plants from wasteland of the downstream of a Pb-Zn mine in Northwest Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region wasExpand
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Subcellular cadmium distribution and antioxidant enzymatic activities in the leaves of two castor (Ricinus communis L.) cultivars exhibit differences in Cd accumulation.
The aims of this study were: (1) the study of cadmium (Cd) accumulation and toxicity in different castor cultivars (Ricinus communis L.); (2) to investigate changes in antioxidant enzymaticExpand
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Comparison of chelates for enhancing Ricinus communis L. phytoremediation of Cd and Pb contaminated soil.
We studied chelate effects on castor bean (Ricinus communis L.) growth. These effects included Cd and Pb accumulation in plant tissues and the chemical behavior of Cd and Pb in the plant rhizosphereExpand
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Multiple Sulfur Isotope Constraints on Sources and Formation Processes of Sulfate in Beijing PM2.5 Aerosol.
Recently air pollution is seriously threatening the health of millions of people in China. The multiple sulfur isotopic composition of sulfate in PM2.5 samples collected in Beijing is used to betterExpand
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Marine redox variations and nitrogen cycle of the early Cambrian southern margin of the Yangtze Platform, South China: Evidence from nitrogen and organic carbon isotopes
The early Cambrian is a crucial interval, during which the marine environment encountered significant perturbations alongside key biological innovations. The nitrogen isotopic composition of ancientExpand
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