Mapping aerial metal deposition in metropolitan areas from tree bark: a case study in Sheffield, England.

@article{Schelle2008MappingAM,
  title={Mapping aerial metal deposition in metropolitan areas from tree bark: a case study in Sheffield, England.},
  author={E Schelle and Barry G. Rawlins and R. M. Lark and Richard Webster and Ian Staton and Cameron W. Mcleod},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2008},
  volume={155 1},
  pages={164-73}
}
We investigated the use of metals accumulated on tree bark for mapping their deposition across metropolitan Sheffield by sampling 642 trees of three common species. Mean concentrations of metals were generally an order of magnitude greater than in samples from a remote uncontaminated site. We found trivially small differences among tree species with respect to metal concentrations on bark, and in subsequent statistical analyses did not discriminate between them. We mapped the concentrations of… CONTINUE READING

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