Biomonitoring of atmospheric particulate matter using magnetic properties of Salix matsudana tree ring cores.

@article{Zhang2008BiomonitoringOA,
  title={Biomonitoring of atmospheric particulate matter using magnetic properties of Salix matsudana tree ring cores.},
  author={Chunxia Zhang and Baochun Huang and John D. A. Piper and Rensong Luo},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2008},
  volume={393 1},
  pages={
          177-90
        }
}
  • Chunxia Zhang, Baochun Huang, +1 author Rensong Luo
  • Published in
    The Science of the total…
    2008
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Magnetic properties of atmospheric particulate matter collected by both natural and artificial dust receptors are increasingly being used as proxy parameters for environmental analyses. This study reports the first investigation of the relationship between smelting factory activity and the impact on the environment as recorded by the magnetic signature in Salix matsudana tree rings. Magnetic techniques including low-temperature experiments, successive acquisition of isothermal remanent… CONTINUE READING

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