Analysis and evaluation of the source of heavy metals in water of the River Changjiang.

@article{Wang2011AnalysisAE,
  title={Analysis and evaluation of the source of heavy metals in water of the River Changjiang.},
  author={Lan Wang and Yaping Wang and Chunxue Xu and Ziyi An and Suming Wang},
  journal={Environmental monitoring and assessment},
  year={2011},
  volume={173 1-4},
  pages={301-13}
}
In order to analyze and evaluate different trace metals on surface water of the Changjiang River, concentrations of dissolved trace metals (Cu, Ni, Fe, Co, Sc, Al, Zn, Pb, Cd, Se, As, Cr, and Hg), major elements (Ca and Mg), and nutrient (NO3- were measured. Samples were taken at 76 positions along Changjiang River in flood and dry seasons during 2007-2008. Spatial distributions identified two main large zones mainly influenced by mineral erosion (sites 1-22) and anthropogenic action (sites 23… CONTINUE READING

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