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The historical seal populations at King George Island, Antarctica, for the past 1,500 years, have been estimated from the seal-hair abundance, bio-element concentrations, total organic carbon (TOC) ...

2. A 2000-year record of mercury and ancient civilizations in seal hairs from King George Island, West Antarctica [ECA060]
The concentrations of total mercury (HgT) and three bio-essential elements (phosphor, potassium, sodium) were analyzed in Antarctic seal hairs from a lake core spanning the past 2000 years and collected ...

3. A 50-years record of DDT and HCH in lake sediment in King George Island, Antarctic [ECA023]
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 ...

4. Animal excrement: a potential biomonitor of heavy metal contamination [ECA063]
To assess the feasibility of using animal excrement to biomonitor the extent of heavy metal contamination in the marine environment, concentrations of mercury (Hg), lead (Pb), copper (Cu) and zinc ...

5. Heavy metals in Antarctic seal hairs and sediment [ECA059]
To reconstruct the profiles of heavy metal levels in the South Ocean ecosystem of Antarctica, the concentrations of lead (Pb), copper (Cu), arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), and zinc (Zn) in seal hairs ...

6. Lead concentration in Antarctic penguin droppings during the past 3000 years [ECA056]
Antropogenic lead (Pb) has been found in Antarctic seawater, surface snow and ice-cores. In this work the researchers analyzed a 3000 year record of lead concentration in lake sediments affected by ...

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