Measuring hypoxia induced metal release from highly contaminated estuarine sediments during a 40 day laboratory incubation experiment.

Abstract

Nutrient inputs to estuarine and coastal waters worldwide are increasing and this in turn is increasing the prevalence of eutrophication and hypoxic and anoxic episodes in these systems. Many urbanised estuaries are also subject to high levels of anthropogenic metal contamination. Environmental O(2) levels may influence whether sediments act as sinks or… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2012.01.033

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@article{Banks2012MeasuringHI, title={Measuring hypoxia induced metal release from highly contaminated estuarine sediments during a 40 day laboratory incubation experiment.}, author={Joanne L Banks and David J. Ross and Michael J. Keough and Bradley D. Eyre and Catriona K Macleod}, journal={The Science of the total environment}, year={2012}, volume={420}, pages={229-37} }