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Practical Estuarine Chemistry

Handbook / Manual
By: P Head
337 pages
Practical Estuarine Chemistry
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  • Practical Estuarine Chemistry ISBN: 9780521274128 Paperback Jun 2011 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Originally published in 1985, this is the second of a series of handbooks sponsored by the Esturaine and Brackish-Water Sciences association. The book concentrates on the techniques and practicalities of data collection from the estuarine environment. It is intended that the information presented will increase the reader's understanding of estuarine processes thus enabling him to devise sensible sampling programmes and to interpret the results once obtained. Techniques discussed include trace element and organic matter analysis, use of ion-selective electrodes, and measurement of salinity, dissolved oxygen and nutrients. The text will be of primary relevance for aquatic chemists, but should also be of use to biologists, physicists, geologists and oceanographers working in estuaries.


Contributors; Preface; 1. Estuarine chemistry and general survey strategy A. W. Morris; 2. Operations in the field T. M. Leatherland; 3. Salinity, dissolved oxygen and nutrients P. C. Head; 4. Trace element analysis S. R. Aston; 5. Analysis: organic matter P. J. leB. Williams; 6. Ion-selective electrodes in estuarine analysis M. Whitfield; 7. Data presentation and interpretation P. C. Head; Index.

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Handbook / Manual
By: P Head
337 pages
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