Bio-monitoring selected heavy metal concentration in Nerita sp. collected from Tanjung lumpur mangrove forest.

@inproceedings{Azratul2017BiomonitoringSH,
  title={Bio-monitoring selected heavy metal concentration in Nerita sp. collected from Tanjung lumpur mangrove forest.},
  author={Azratul and S Vijayakumar and B. Y. Kamaruzzaman and Hassan I. Sheikh and Jalal and Noor Faizul},
  year={2017}
}
Environmental pollution by heavy metals is a serious threat to human and ecosystem. Accumulation of heavy metals in the biota may pose hazardous impact on public health and other living organisms. By using gastropods Neritasp as bio-indicator, the levels of heavy metals in their soft tissues can determine the contamination of heavy metals in the Tanjung Lumpur Mangrove along the Kuantan River. The aim of this study is to identify copper, cadmium, chromium and iron accumulated in the tissue… CONTINUE READING

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