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Field application of an automated voltammetric system for high-resolution studies of trace metal distributions in dynamic estuarine and coastal waters

Field application of an automated voltammetric system for high-resolution studies of trace metal distributions in dynamic estuarine and coastal waters
Field application of an automated voltammetric system for high-resolution studies of trace metal distributions in dynamic estuarine and coastal waters


The increasing environmental pressures on estuarine and coastal waters call for improved monitoring techniques of chemical constituents to aid management decisions. Automated stripping voltammetry is a suitable technique for continuous, near real-time monitoring of trace metals in marine systems. This contribution describes the application of voltammetric monitoring techniques in estuarine and coastal waters of the UK and Spain. The high spatial and temporal resolution of the data obtained, allows a thorough interpretation of the trace metal sources and behaviour. Future trends in this field research include submersible sensors which can be remotely deployed for a period of several weeks.
73-101
American Chemical Society
Achterberg, Eric P.
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Braungardt, Charlotte B.
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Howell, Kate A.
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Taillefert, M.
Rozan, T.F.
Achterberg, Eric P.
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Braungardt, Charlotte B.
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Howell, Kate A.
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Taillefert, M.
Rozan, T.F.

Achterberg, Eric P., Braungardt, Charlotte B. and Howell, Kate A. (2002) Field application of an automated voltammetric system for high-resolution studies of trace metal distributions in dynamic estuarine and coastal waters. In, Taillefert, M. and Rozan, T.F. (eds.) Environmental Electrochemistry: analyses of trace element biogeochemistry. (ACS Symposium Series, , (doi:10.1021/bk-2002-0811.ch005), 811) Washington, US. American Chemical Society, pp. 73-101. (doi:10.1021/bk-2002-0811.ch005).

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The increasing environmental pressures on estuarine and coastal waters call for improved monitoring techniques of chemical constituents to aid management decisions. Automated stripping voltammetry is a suitable technique for continuous, near real-time monitoring of trace metals in marine systems. This contribution describes the application of voltammetric monitoring techniques in estuarine and coastal waters of the UK and Spain. The high spatial and temporal resolution of the data obtained, allows a thorough interpretation of the trace metal sources and behaviour. Future trends in this field research include submersible sensors which can be remotely deployed for a period of several weeks.

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Published date: 14 February 2002
Organisations: Ocean and Earth Science

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/404368
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