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Contents of zinc, cadmium, copper, lead, and iron in western Pomeranian lakes



Contents of zinc, cadmium, copper, lead, and iron in western Pomeranian lakes



Acta Scientiarum Polonorum Piscaria 2(2): 67-82



The variability of cadmium, zinc, copper, and iron contents in water of 29 southwestern Pomeranian lakes (Poland) was determined. The study was carried out during periods of summer stagnation as well as spring and autumn homothermy of 1999. Mean contents of copper in surface and near-bottom water were 56.7 and 63.6 micro g dm-3, respectively.

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