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The behaviour of dissolved barium in estuaries
Coffey, M.; Dehairs, F.A.; Collette, O.; Luther, G.; Church, T.; Jickells, T. (1997). The behaviour of dissolved barium in estuaries. Est., Coast. and Shelf Sci. 45(1): 113-121
In: Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. Academic Press: London; New York. ISSN 0272-7714, more
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    Barium; Budgets; Budgets; Budgets; Estuaries; Estuarine chemistry; Marine

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  • Coffey, M.
  • Dehairs, F.A., more
  • Collette, O.
  • Luther, G.
  • Church, T.
  • Jickells, T.

    Estuarine profiles of dissolved barium are reported from six estuarine systems in the U.S.A. and Europe. All show clear evidence of mid-estuarine barium concentration maxima, although the location and scale of these maxima vary. These differences are rationalized in terms of low-salinity desorption of particulate barium, estuarine particle dynamics, riverine sediment supply and barium storage and subsequent slow release in salt marshes. Low-salinity removal of barium also occurs in some estuaries, apparently related to dissolved iron and manganese removal.

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