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Baseline concentration levels of trace elements as a function of clay and organic carbon contents in soils in Flanders (Belgium)


, : Baseline concentration levels of trace elements as a function of clay and organic carbon contents in soils in Flanders (Belgium). Science of the Total Environment 201(2): 113-123

Baseline concentration levels of trace elements in the soils of Flanders (Belgium) were assessed as a function of clay and organic carbon contents. Outliers in the data were identified and rejected according to statistical criteria.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0048-9697(97)00096-x

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