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Arsenic, lead, and uranium concentrations on sediments deposited in reservoirs in the Rio Grande Basin, USA–Mexico border
MARIA ELENA MONTERO CABRERA
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10.1007/s11368-016-1400-y
210Pb-137Cs dating Arsenic Fresh water sediments Lead Pollution indicators Uranium
The El Granero reservoir is the last reservoir of the Rio Conchos before it joins the Rio Grande at the Mexico–USA border. This reservoir, together with the San Marcos reservoir, is located in the arid region of Chihuahua, Mexico. High, naturally occurring radioactivity levels, as well as high arsenic (As) concentrations, have been found in both reservoirs. The main goal of this research was to establish the spatial and temporal distribution of trace and radioactive elements in surface sediments and cores collected from these reservoirs.
2016
Artículo
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Méndez-García, C. G., Luna-Porres, M. Y., Montero-Cabrera, M. E., Renteria-Villalobos, M., Pérez-Cázares, B., & García-Tenorio, R. (2016). Arsenic, lead, and uranium concentrations on sediments deposited in reservoirs in the Rio Grande Basin, USA–Mexico border. Journal of soils and sediments, 16(7), 1970-1985.
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