Environmental geochemistry and ecological risk of vanadium pollution in Panzhihua mining and smelting area, Sichuan, China

@article{Teng2006EnvironmentalGA,
  title={Environmental geochemistry and ecological risk of vanadium pollution in Panzhihua mining and smelting area, Sichuan, China},
  author={Yanguo Teng and S. Ni and Chengjiang Zhang and J. Wang and Xueyu Lin and Yi Huang},
  journal={Chinese Journal of Geochemistry},
  year={2006},
  volume={25},
  pages={379-385}
}
  • Yanguo Teng, S. Ni, +3 authors Yi Huang
  • Published 2006
  • Chinese Journal of Geochemistry
  • Vanadium is a trace element widely distributed in the Earth’s crust. Naturally high levels of vanadium are recognized mainly in basic rocks and minerals, particularly in titaniferous magnetite. And the anthropogenic sources of vanadium include fossil fuel combustion and wastes including steel-industry slags. In the last few years, the authors have made investigations and assessments on the environmental geochemistry and ecological risk of vanadium in the Panzhihua mining and smelting area. In… CONTINUE READING
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