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Metal concentrations in aquatic macrophytes as influenced by soil and acidification
Author(s): D. W. Sparling and T. P. Lowe
Journal: Water Air and Soil Pollution
Article Topic(s): Disturbance, Restoration
Research Setting(s): Wetland
Species Referenced: Sparganium americanum (American bur-reed),
AbstractExamines the effects of soil type and water acidification on metal uptake by four species of aquatic macrophytes including Sparganium americanum. Bioaccumulation occurred for several metals and was affected by soil type, acidification, and species.
Suggested CitationD. W. Sparling and T. P. Lowe. "Metal concentrations in aquatic macrophytes as influenced by soil and acidification." Water Air and Soil Pollution 108.1-2 (1998): 203-221.