Chemical transport by the Mekong river

@article{MEYBECK1975ChemicalTB,
  title={Chemical transport by the Mekong river},
  author={M. MEYBECK and J. P. CARBONNEL},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1975},
  volume={255},
  pages={134-136}
}
MAJOR rivers are important for an understanding of the overall balance of dissolved and particulate matter carried to the ocean1,2. Although Livingstone3 gives a large amount of information on the world surface waters, there is still a lack of data on many important rivers, especially from South-east Asia. These rivers are generally presumed to contribute a great part to the continental and particulate balance1,3,4, but are poorly documented except for the work of Kobayashi in Thailand5 and a… CONTINUE READING
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