Heavy metal pollution around the island city of Bombay, India; Part II, Distribution of heavy metals between water, suspended particles and sediments in a polluted aquatic regime

Ujjwal Bhosale; K.C.S.hu

Chemical Geology 90(3-4): 0-305

1991


ISSN/ISBN: 0009-2541
DOI: 10.1016/0009-2541(91)90105-z
Accession: 019123945

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Abstract
The island city of Bombay is surrounded by Thane creek in the east and Ulhas river on the north. These two aquatic regimes act as receptacles of industrial waste and sewage discharges from the city and also lithogenic fluxes from the adjacent basaltic terrain.