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Determination and partitioning of heavy metals in sediments of the Vaal Dam System by sequential extraction

@article{Gouws1997DeterminationAP,
  title={Determination and partitioning of heavy metals in sediments of the Vaal Dam System by sequential extraction},
  author={K. Gouws and P. P. Coetzee},
  journal={Water SA},
  year={1997},
  volume={23},
  pages={217-226}
}
The partitioning of 12 heavy metals in sediments of the Vaal Dam system was determined by applying a sequential extraction procedure. Environmental risks associated with the potential remobilisation of these metals, the capacity of the sediment to continue functioning as a sink and the possible origin of the metals were assessed. Despite the fact that the water level was at record lows; ca, 13% in the Vaal Dam. the extractable metal content of the sediments was low indicating a relatively… 
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