Dynamic behaviour of trace metals in the Deûle River impacted by recurrent polluted sediment resuspensions: from diel to seasonal evolutions.

@article{Superville2015DynamicBO,
  title={Dynamic behaviour of trace metals in the De{\^u}le River impacted by recurrent polluted sediment resuspensions: from diel to seasonal evolutions.},
  author={Pierre-Jean Superville and Emilie Prygiel and Oyvind L Mikkelsen and Gabriel Billon},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2015},
  volume={506-507},
  pages={585-93}
}
An automatic trace metal monitoring station (ATMS) have been implemented in the river bank of the Deûle canal in the city of Auby (northern France), in the vicinity of metallurgical industries that have heavily polluted sediments, in Cd, Pb and Zn. Additionally, the fluvial traffic in this river is intense and surface sediments are resuspended several times per day. This paper is the following part of that published recently (Superville et al., 2014) in this journal. The main purpose of this… CONTINUE READING