Anthropogenic Rare Earth Element in rivers: Gadolinium and lanthanum. Partitioning between the dissolved and particulate phases in the Rhine River and spatial propagation through the Rhine-Meuse Delta (the Netherlands)

@inproceedings{Klaver2014AnthropogenicRE,
  title={Anthropogenic Rare Earth Element in rivers: Gadolinium and lanthanum. Partitioning between the dissolved and particulate phases in the Rhine River and spatial propagation through the Rhine-Meuse Delta (the Netherlands)},
  author={Gerard Klaver and Marc Verheul and Ingrid L. Bakker and E. Petelet-giraud and Philippe N{\'e}grel},
  year={2014}
}
In this study, we report for the first time lanthanum and gadolinium anomalies at the catchment scale (Rhine-Meuse River system) together with the partitioning of their anthropogenic contents between the dissolved and the particulate phases. We compare the dissolved and total REE patterns of samples taken at 9 locations in the Rhine Branches including Lobith (situated at the German Dutch border where the Rhine is not yet divided in three Branches), in surface water fed by the Rhine Branches… CONTINUE READING

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