Vertical Transport Of Heavy Metals By Settling Particles In Lake Zurich

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Laura Sigg: Investigating the Speciation, Bioavailability and

such as infiltration, vertical transport, settling of particles and seasonal redox reactions. She complemented such field observations with laboratory-based studies on the biogeo-chemical cycling of trace metals with a focus on the interaction between metal ions and particles (Fig. 2).

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Composition and transport of settling particles in Lake Zurich: relative importance of vertical and lateral pathways Erich Wieland 1, Peter Lienemann 2 , Silvia Bollhalder 3 Alfred Ltick 3 and Peter H. Santschi 4 1 Paul Scherrer Institute, CH-5232 Villigen PSI, Switzerland

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Sigg, L., Sturm, M., Kistler, D. Vertical Transport of Heavy-Metals by Settling Particles in Lake Zurich , Limnology and Oceanography, 32 (1987) 112-130. Sigg, L. et al. Cycles of Trace-Elements (Copper and Zinc) in a Eutrophic Lake - Role of Speciation and Sedimentation, In: Aquatic Chemistry - Interfacial and Interspecies Processes.

Vertical transport of heavy metals by settling particles in

Vertical transport of heavy metals by settling particles in Lake Zurich Laura Sigg, Michael Sturm, and David Kistler Institute for Water Resources and Water Pollution Control (EAWAG), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, CH-8600 Diibendorf, Switzerland Abstract Transport into sediments of the trace elements Cu, Zn, Pb, Cd, Cr, and Sr by