Freshwater mussel shells (Unionidae) describe anthropogenic changes to trace element cycling within a North American river.

@article{Wilson2018FreshwaterMS,
  title={Freshwater mussel shells (Unionidae) describe anthropogenic changes to trace element cycling within a North American river.},
  author={Wendy A. Wilson and Andrea K. Fritts and Mark W. Fritts and Jason M Unrine and Brent N Tweedy and Andrew F. Casper},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2018},
  volume={616-617},
  pages={1066-1076}
}
Bivalve shells provide an unparalleled opportunity for understanding the history of bioavailable trace elements in aquatic systems. The present study analyzed the elements Al, As, Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, Fe, Hg, Mn, Ni, Pb, Se, U, V and Zn in freshwater mussel shells collected from a large floodplain river. Shells were collected fresh, sampled from a historic archive, and retrieved from pre-Columbian archeological sites. The elements As, Co, Cu and Ni varied with time over the course of the 20th… CONTINUE READING

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