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Chemistry of Metals and Trace Elements in a Submerged Soil

  • J. T. Gilmour
  • P. M. Gale

Abstract

In reviewing the soil chemical literature regarding metals and trace elements (referred to as metals, hereafter) in submerged soils, one soon finds that iron, manganese, zinc and, to a lesser extent, copper have been most-often studied. Alkaline (sodium, potassium), alkaline earth (calcium, magnesium) and other metals (lead, cadmium, aluminum) have received relatively little attention in the submerged case as compared to unflooded soils.

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