Characterization of dissolved organic matter from a restored urban marsh and its role in the mobilization of trace metals.

@article{ElBishlawi2015CharacterizationOD,
  title={Characterization of dissolved organic matter from a restored urban marsh and its role in the mobilization of trace metals.},
  author={Hagar ElBishlawi and Peter R Jaff{\'e}},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2015},
  volume={127},
  pages={
          144-51
        }
}
Dissolved organic matter (DOM), although highly variable and not very well characterized, plays a role in many important environmental reaction and transport processes, including trace metal mobilization. This study characterizes heterogeneous DOM from the pore-water of a restored urban tidal marsh, using chemical, optical, and electrochemical methods for dissolved organic carbon/nitrogen ratios (C:N: 1.8-6.4), spectroscopic characteristics (decreased aromaticity in amended sediments), element… CONTINUE READING

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