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The Determination of Ambient Metals in Aqueous Ecosystems by ICP-MS and Cold Vapor Atomic Fluorescence Spectroscopy. Paper presented at The Pittsburg Conference, Chicago, Illinois, March 1996.

 
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96-e10March 1996
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Author(s) Kammin, W., J. Ross, R. Knox, M. McIntosh, S. Cull, and D. Thomson
Description USEPA water quality criteria for metals have created extraordinary interest in the determination of ultra-trace metals in aqueous ecosystems. To help determine compliance with these water quality criteria, the Washington State Department of Ecology has developed a set of integrated protocols for the sampling and analysis of freshwater ecosystems for metals.
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Keywords stream, protocol, metals, river, water, quality assurance, water quality, zinc, vapor, mercury, lead, copper, cadmium