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- Huu-Phat, Nguyen, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Environmental pollution 2019 v.248 pp. 635-645
- Avicennia; Cerithidea; Melanostoma; Rhizophora; aerial parts; arsenic; bioaccumulation factor; bioavailability; chromium; cities; cobalt; conservation areas; copper; environmental factors; geochemistry; human health; hydrogen peroxide; iron; leaves; manganese; mangrove ecosystems; mangrove sediments; mangroves (trees); nickel; nitric acid; pollutants; roots; snails; tissues; Vietnam
- ... Mangrove sediments can store high amount of pollutants that can be more or less bioavailable depending on environmental conditions. When in available forms, these elements can be subject to an uptake by mangrove biota, and can thus become a problem for human health. The main objective of this study was to assess the distribution of some trace elements (Fe, Mn, Co, Ni, Cr, As, and Cu) in tissues of ...