Trace element variations in some Central Pacific and Hawaiian sediments

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1971
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Burnett, William C.
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United States. Office of Naval Research
Hawaii Institute of Geophysics
National Science Foundation (U.S.)
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[Honolulu : Hawaii Institute of Geophysics, University of Hawaii]
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This study was initiated in order to investigate the elemental abundance of certain trace metals in surface sediments from the region of the Hawaiian Islands and the Central Pacific. The elements studied fall into two groups: (1) the alkali and alkaline-earth metals Mg, K, Ca, Rb, Sr and Ba; and (2) the transitional metals Cr, Fe, Co and Ni. Cu and Zn, which are often associated with these elements.
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Prepared for National Science Foundation under grant GA-13822 and the Office of Naval Research under contract N-00014-70-A-0016-0001.
Bibliography: p. [107]-112.
ix, leaves, 112 pages illustrations, maps, tables 28 cm
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Marine sediments -- Pacific Ocean -- Analysis, Marine sediments -- Hawaii -- Analysis, Trace elements -- Analysis, Marine sediments -- Pacific Ocean, Marine sediments, Pacific Ocean
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HIG (Series) 71-6
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