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Spatial variation of microbial community structure in the

The results of clone libraries and copper/iron distribution in the leached ore residue samples are helpful for understanding the spatial variation and patterns of bacterial community structure, helpful for understanding the relationship of microbial distribution and copper recovery.

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Spatial variation of copper and lead concentrations of

Aquatic botany ELSEVIER Aquatic Botany 59 (1997) 33-44 Spatial variation of copper and lead concentrations of water hyacinth plants in a wetland receiving urban run-off Peter A. Vesk *, William G. Allaway School of Biological Sciences, University of Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales 2006, Australia Accepted 13 May 1997 Abstract Copper and lead concentrations of

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Spatial variations of concentrations of copper and its

2014-02-25· Copper (Cu) is one of the essential elements for plant growth, while excessive Cu in soils has potential environmental risks. There is little information on spatial variation of Cu in practical paddy fields. This is now important for appropriate agricultural management. The spatial patterns of Cu, its fractions in soils, and its concentrations

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Contamination and Spatial Variation of Heavy Metals in the

2015-01-28· The spatial distribution of Cd in rice showed a north-to-south trend with high concentrations located in the north and low concentrations in the south (Figure 4). Copper and Ni in rice shared similar spatial patterns with high values in the northeast and low values in the southwest part. Zinc in rice showed high concentrations in the northwest

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Sampling was undertaken to investigate spatial variation of metal content in soil near mine tailings. Chromium and uranium were related to soil organic matter content; uranium showed a spatial trend. Spatial variation was scale dependent, variation of copper was not scale-invariant. Spatial and temporal variations in the copper and zinc

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Textural, spatial and temporal variation within the

2017-04-05· Textural, spatial and temporal variation within the igneous suites of the Spence porphyry copper deposit, northern Chile Edward Bunker School of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK Correspondence [email protected]

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Spatial and temporal variations in copper speciation in

Abstract. Copper in estuaries has been an issue of concern for its toxicity to marine organisms. The ability to understand the processes that control copper speciation is a key factor towards achieving an improved assessment of the ecological risk it poses in the marine environment.

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Temporal and Spatial Variations of Copper, Cadmium, Lead

Temporal and Spatial Variations of Copper, Cadmium, Lead, and Zinc in Ten Mile Creek in South Florida, USA Yuangen Yang1'2, Zhenli He'*, Youjian Lin 1,

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Spatial Variation and Fractionation of Bed Sediment-Borne

Spatial Variation and Fractionation of Bed Sediment-Borne Copper, Zinc, Lead, and Cadmium in a Stream System Affected by Acid Mine Drainage

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Temporal and spatial variations in fish catches in the Fly

Temporal and spatial variations in fish catches in the Fly River system in Papua New Guinea and the possible effects of the Ok Tedi copper mine

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Availability and spatial variability of copper, iron

the spatial variability of iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn) to be related to the properties of the soil and the maize crop. The spatial heterogeneity of the studied variables was influenced by the difference in soil texture throughout the area under study. Valladares et al. (2009) found a high positive spatial correlation

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Spatial Variation and Fractionation of Bed Sediment-Borne

An investigation was conducted to examine the spatial variation and fractionation of bed sediment-borne Cu, Zn, Pb, and Cd in a stream system affected by acid mine drainage. The pH had a major control on the spatial variation pattern of soluble, exchangeable, and carbonate-bound Cu, Zn, and Cd. There was a prominent concentration peak of carbonate-bound, oxide-bound, and organic-bound metals

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Spatial and temporal variations in the copper DeepDyve

Read "Spatial and temporal variations in the copper and zinc concentrations of two green seaweeds from Otago Harbour, New Zealand., Marine Environmental Research" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

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Analysing spatial point patterns in R

Example 3 (Queensland copper data) A intensive mineralogical survey yields a map of copper deposits (essentially pointlike at this scale) and geological faults (straight lines). The faults can easily be observed from satellites, but the copper deposits are hard to find. The main

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COPPER ISOTOPE TRACERS OF FLUID FLOW AT BINGHAM

Copper isotope variation in chalcopyrite can be observed throughout the Bingham Canyon Mine and used to understand high temperature mineral processes. At Bingham, copper isotope variation in hypogene minerals (e.g. chalcopyrite) ranges from -0.05 to +1.95‰. Two sections spanning the deposit were chosen to observe spatial variation in

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Spatial variability and temporal changes in the heavy

Spatial variation of the copper content, expressed as the coefficient of variation (v = SD/mean), was significantly higher in the soil of furrows than of ridges at each study site, and generally was larger in layer 0–10 cm than 0–30 cm. Paradoxically, the lowest (in

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Spatial Distribution and Variation of Heavy Metals and

2010-08-26· Abstract: The spatial distribution and variation of six heavy metals and metalloid in soil of Zhuji Lipu copper mining area was studied using geostatistics approaches combined with GIS. These elements included Pb, As, Cr, Cu, Zn and Ni. The statistical analyses showed that concentrations of these elements were lognormal distribution.

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Spatial and Temporal Variation in Peatland Geochemistry in

Peat and water chemistry in the wetlands exhibited large spatial and temporal variability. Copper and Ni concentrations in surface peat decreased with distance from the largest smelter in the area, but water chemistry was also strongly influenced by natural factors such as climate, groundwater and peat carbon content. Redox processes contribute

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Heavy Metals Spatial Distribution Characteristics in a

statistics method could accurately analyze the spatial variation of heavy metals and metalloid in the mining area. Over-all, higher concentrations of heavy metals and metalloid were found in the center of both the north and south sides. The content of copper in the south was significantly higher than that in the north due to paddy field land

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Spatial variability of total dissolved copper DeepDyve

2014-02-15· Read "Spatial variability of total dissolved copper and copper speciation in the inshore waters of Bermuda, Marine Pollution Bulletin" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

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Heavy Metals’ Spatial Distribution Characteristics in a

The spatial distribution characteristics of six heavy metals and metalloid in soil of Zhuji Lipu copper mining area, Zhejiang Province, was studied by using geostatistics approaches combined with GIS. These elements included Pb, As, Cr, Cu, Zn and Ni. The statistical analyses showed that concentrations of these elements were lognormal distribution.

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Temporal and spatial variations of copper, cadmium, lead

Lead (Pb), zinc (Zn), copper (Cu), and cadmium (Cd) often seriously deteriorate water quality. Spatial and temporal fluctuations of the metal concentrations in the Ten Mile Creek (Florida) (TMC) were monitored on a weekly basis at 7 sampling sites, from June 2005 to September 2007. River sediment samples were also collected from these sites in April, June, and October 2006 and January 2007, and...

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Spatial variations of concentrations of copper and its

Copper (Cu) is one of the essential elements for plant growth, while excessive Cu in soils has potential environmental risks. There is little information on spatial variation of Cu in practical paddy fields. This is now important for appropriate agricultural management. The spatial patterns of Cu, its fractions in soils, and its concentrations

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Spatial variation of trace elements in the peri-urban soil

PURPOSE: The peri-urban region to the south east of Madrid contains a mixture of housing, manufacturing industry and farming, some of which disperse metals, in particular cadmium, copper, lead, and zinc, into the soil. We have mapped the concentrations of these elements and identified the major influences on their distributions. MATERIAL AND METHODS: We sampled the topsoil at

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Spatial variability Wikipedia

Spatial variability occurs when a quantity that is measured at different spatial locations exhibits values that differ across the locations. Spatial variability can be assessed using spatial descriptive statistics such as the range.Let us suppose, that the Rev' z(x) is perfectly known at any point x

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Effect of Cooling Rate on Spatial Variation in Structural

rate with the spatial variations of microstructure within the cast. Hence, an effort is made to reveal the effect of cooling rate on the spatial variations in the morphology of eutectic silicon and copper aluminide (CuAl 2) particles along the longitudinal direction of vertically mounted cylindrical shape

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Spatial variation of heavy metals in Odiokitam and Ibiaku

Spatial variation of heavy metals in OdiokItam and IbiakuUruan rivers were investigated in the months of January, June, and December 2013. The heavy metals concentrations were analyzed using atomic absorption spectrometry. The following range of values was obtained for the various heavy metals. Iron (Fe) (0.37-1.23mg/L), copper

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The seasonal and spatial variations of labile copper, iron

The study results obtained indicated that influent Malewa River was not a source of labile copper (Cu), lead (Pb) or zinc, despite the river having the highest percentage clay content during the wet season (86%). Copper was highly distributed in the residual sediment fraction (average of 90%).

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Soil pollution with heavy metals spatial-analyst.net

Soil pollution with heavy metals –- an inquiry into spatial variation, cost of mapping and the risk evaluation of copper, cadmium, lead and zinc in the oodplains of the meuse west of Stein

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Heavy metals in soils near the nickel smelter: chemistry

Air pollution induced changes were observed both in plant communities and in soil chemistry in forest ecosystems near the nickel–copper smelter in the Kola Peninsula, Russia. All measured forest plant community parameters describing their floristic composition and

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