Geochemistry and biological availability of iron and trace elements in the upper Fraser River estuary

@article{Fletcher1983GeochemistryAB,
  title={Geochemistry and biological availability of iron and trace elements in the upper Fraser River estuary},
  author={W. K. Fletcher and G. S. Holmes and A. Lewis},
  journal={Marine Chemistry},
  year={1983},
  volume={12},
  pages={195-217}
}
Abstract Water samples were collected hourly at three depths from two twenty-five hour stations in the Fraser River estuary. Sampling stations were selected to represent both minimal saline intrusion and prominent salt wedge environments. A bioassay using the diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana was run to evaluate biological availability of the dissolved metals. Inter-element ratios indicate that changes in bulk composition of suspended particulates occur throughout the tidal cycle as a result of… Expand
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