Mussels and algae as bioindicators for long-term tendencies of element pollution in marine ecosystems.

@article{Ostapczuk1997MusselsAA,
  title={Mussels and algae as bioindicators for long-term tendencies of element pollution in marine ecosystems.},
  author={Peter Ostapczuk and Meike Burow and Karen May and Carola Mohl and M L Froning and B S{\"u}ssenbach and E Waidmann and H. J. G. Emons},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={1997},
  volume={34 9-10},
  pages={2049-58}
}
Results of more than ten years of experience in the determination of metals in mussels and algae collected in the North Sea and the Baltic Sea are presented. The various elements determined here are Hg, As, Se, Cd, Pb, Cu, Na, K, S, P, Zn, Mn, Fe, Sr, Ca, Ba, Mg, Tl, Ni, Co using techniques such as cold vapor AAS, INAA, hydride generation AAS, electrothermal AAS, ICP-AES, IDMS and stripping voltammetry. The results indicate the occurrence of three groups of elements with respect to long-term… CONTINUE READING

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