A 50-years record of DDT and HCH in lake sediment in King George Island, Antarctic
Entry ID: ECA023

[ Update this Record ]

Summary
Abstract: The Antarctic continent does not have stream–river drainage systems, Antarctic lakes are thus the main sinks for water and solutes from the surrounding environment. Depending on their origin, the presence of a perennial ice cover, exposed rocks and soils in the watershed, seabirds and distance from the sea, the water may show very different characteristics – from almost distilled to salt-rich ... View entire text
ISO Topic Category
Data Set Progress
COMPLETE
Data Center
University of Science and Technology of China Supplemental Info
Data Center URL: http://en.ustc.edu.cn/

Data Center Personnel
Name: LI GUANG SUN
Phone: +86 551 3603144
Fax: +86 551 3632579
Email: slg at stc.edu.cn
City: Hefei
Province or State: Anhui
Postal Code: 230026
Country: China
Publications/References
Sun, L. G., Yin, X. B., Pan, C. P., and Wang, Y. H., 2005: A 50-years record of dichloro-diphenyl-trichloroethanes and hexachlorocyclohexanes in lake sediments and penguin droppings on King George Island, Maritime Antarctic. Journal of Environmental Sciences-China, 17, 899-905.

Fuoco, R., Colombini, M. P., Ceccarini, A., and Abete, C., 1996: Polychlorobiphenyls in Antarctica. Microchemical Journal, 54, 384-390.
Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2010-06-25
Last DIF Revision Date: 2010-06-30
[ Update this Record ]


Link to Web Site