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Title

The Use of Sediment Cores to Track Persistent Pollutants in Washington State: A Review

 
Publication number Date Published
01-03-001January 2001
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Author(s) Yake, W.
Description Measurement of persistent chemical concentrations in sediment cores can provide a valuable historical record of contamination. This method of evaluating trends in pollution may be particularly useful in association with the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Persistent, Bioaccumulative, Toxic (PBT) Chemical Initiative.
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Keywords initiative, results, measurement, pollutant, lakes, study, plan, information, water, trend, chemical, sediment, toxic, PBTs, lake, bioaccumulative
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