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Heavy metals in sediments of the Danube, Rhine, Ems, Weser and Elbe Rivers in West Germany



Heavy metals in sediments of the Danube, Rhine, Ems, Weser and Elbe Rivers in West Germany



Naturwissenschaften 59(12): 525-528



Pollution, clay fraction of sediments, enrichment in Cd, Hg and Pb.

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