Environmental contamination by heavy metals and fluoride in the Saeftinge salt marsh (The Netherlands) and its effect on sheep.

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The Saeftinge salt marsh in the Westerschelde estuary (southwestern part of the Netherlands) represents one of the very few tidal brackish marsh ecosystems in Western Europe. From May 1983 to May 1985 the local pollution of this marsh with metals and fluoride was investigated. Samples from soil and vegetation were analysed monthly for cadmium, lead, copper… (More)

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@article{Baars1988EnvironmentalCB, title={Environmental contamination by heavy metals and fluoride in the Saeftinge salt marsh (The Netherlands) and its effect on sheep.}, author={Annemarie J. M. Baars and Herman van Beek and Th. J. Spierenburg and Wim G. Beeftink and Joop Nieuwenhuize and Jacco Pekelder and J. Boom}, journal={The Veterinary quarterly}, year={1988}, volume={10 2}, pages={90-8} }