Major and trace element geochemistry in the upper Niger river (Mali): physical and chemical weathering rates and CO2 consumption

@inproceedings{Picouet2002MajorAT,
  title={Major and trace element geochemistry in the upper Niger river (Mali): physical and chemical weathering rates and CO2 consumption},
  author={C{\'e}cile Picouet and Bernard Dupr{\'e} and Didier Orange and Michel Valladon},
  year={2002}
}
Abstract This study describes the chemistry of the upper Niger river system upstream of the inland delta in Mali. It constitutes the first geochemical investigation of suspended and dissolved loads of this region of the world. The Niger, on its way between Banankoro and Ke-Macina and its tributary, the Bani river at Douna, were sampled during eight hydrological years (from 1991/1992 to 1997/1998). Major elements were determined for all 8 years and trace elements during 2 years (1996/1997 and… CONTINUE READING

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