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TitleGeological dependence of MeHg concentrations in wetlands of Kejimkujik National Park
AuthorSiciliano, S D; Sangster, A L; Daughney, C J; O'Driscoll, N J; Lean, D R S
SourceMercury cycling in a wetland-dominated ecosystem: a multidisciplinary study; by O'Driscoll, N J (ed.); Rencz, A N (ed.); Lean, D R S (ed.); 2005 p. 197-227
Alt SeriesGeological Survey of Canada, Contribution Series 2005763
PublisherSETAC Press (Pensacola, FL, USA)
RelatedThis publication is contained in O'Driscoll, N J; Rencz, A N; Lean, D R S; (2005). Mercury cycling in a wetland-dominated ecosystem: a multidisciplinary study
ProvinceNova Scotia
AreaKejimKujik National Park
Lat/Long WENS-65.5000 -65.1667 44.5000 44.2500
Subjectsenvironmental geology; regional geology; geochemistry; surficial geology/geomorphology; mercury geochemistry; source rocks; bedrock geology; heavy metals contamination; leaching, heavy metal; wetlands; biogeochemistry; lithogeochemistry; depositional history; depositional analyses; geochemical dispersion; dispersal patterns; chemical analyses; biological communities; statistical analyses; terrain types; bogs; fens; swamps; soils; environmental analysis; lake water geochemistry; iron; aluminum; weathering; watersheds; methyl mercury; atmospheric deposition; microbial community; biotic; abiotic; bioavailability
Illustrationsflow charts; sketch maps; bar graphs; tables; plots
ProgramToxic Substance Research Initiave - Project #124 - Multi-Disciplinary Study of Metal Cycling, Primarily Hg, in Aquatic and Terrestrial Environments
ProgramNSERC Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada