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The role of biodetritus in accumulation of elements in aquatic ecosystems
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The role of biodetritus in accumulation of elements in aquatic ecosystems

Author: S A Ostroumov; G M Kolesov
Publisher: Springer
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Contemporary Problems of Ecology, 3, no. 4 (2010): 369-373
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: S A Ostroumov; G M Kolesov
ISSN:1995-4255
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 662317976
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First paper: gold, uranium, other chemical elements in biodetritus

by Professor_S.K. (WorldCat user published 2014-07-15) Excellent Permalink

This is the first paper to report concentrations of gold, uranium, other valuable chemical elements in biodetritus (i.e., biological detritus) in sediments in aquatic system. The author, a Fulbright Award winner, conducted innovative and unique experiments. For a number of months, he has created a...
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Biological detritus; gold, uranium, some other elements

by Dean2014 (WorldCat user published 2014-09-14) Excellent Permalink

Biodetritus means biological detritus. This innovative paper presents results on new experiments on creating a model water ecosystem, in which biological detritus is accumulated during several months. This detritus accumulated at the bottom of this aquatic ecosystem. Elemental analysis of the detritus...
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