The Role of Synchrotron Radiation in Elucidating the Biogeochemistry of Metal(loids) and Nutrients at Critical Zone Interfaces

Authored by: Donald L. Sparks , Matthew Ginder-Vogel

Handbook of Soil Sciences Resource Management and Environmental Impacts

Print publication date:  November  2011
Online publication date:  November  2011

Print ISBN: 9781439803073
eBook ISBN: 9781439803080
Adobe ISBN:

10.1201/b11268-3

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Abstract

It has become increasingly recognized that to accurately predict and model fate/transport, toxicity, speciation (form of), bioavailability, and risk assessment of plant nutrients, toxic metals, oxyanions, radionuclides, and organic chemicals in the Earth’s critical zone, we must have fundamental information at multiple spatial and temporal scales, and our research efforts must be multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary (Figure 1.1).

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