Toxic Metals in the Atmosphere
Jerome O. Nriagu, Cliff I. Davidson
Wiley, 1986 - Science - 635 pages
Deals with the origins, behavior and eventual fate of airborne metals--their physical characteristics interactions, transport, and removal from ambient air. Also covers trends, routine and special monitoring of atmospheric metal levels. Synthesizes important information on this topic from a wide range of fields--including chemistry, biology, ecology, agriculture, physics, geochemistry, oceanography, and meteorology.
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