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Environmental contextMany trace metals, including copper, are only sparingly soluble in seawater and may exist in both dissolved and particulate forms (e.g. as precipitates). Aquatic organisms may experience different toxic effects from exposure to dissolved and particulate trace metals. This...
Environmental contextAs a part of the rehabilitation of Ranger Uranium Mine, Northern Australia, closure criteria for water concentrations of uranium and other contaminants in local waterbodies have been developed. Increased concentrations of uranium in the water column can result in an...
Environmental contextChlorinated organic atmospheric pollutants, which can be produced naturally or anthropogenically, are considered as a factor responsible for stratospheric ozone depletion. Based on experimental simulations and low temperature vibrational spectroscopy, this work reports a...
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