By Masaharu Fukue, K. Kita, M. Ohtsubo, R. Chaney
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8—Relationship between Zn concentration and ignition loss. FUKUE ET AL. ON A PROPOSED CONTAINMENT TECHNIQUE 37 FIG. 005 mm͒, showing that grain size is not a dominant factor determining heavy metal concentrations. similar to those shown in Figs. 6 and 7, although some scatter is seen. 3 mg/ kg͒. Thus, the heavy metals measured showed a strong affinity for the organic matter. The results shown in Figs. 6–8 might be affected by grain size, because, generally, the finer the sediments, the higher the ignition loss.
P. and Li, Y. , “The Influence of a Changing Bacteria Community on Trace Metal Scavenging in a Deep-Sea Particle Plume,” J. Mar. Res. 49, 517–542 ͑1991͒. , “Seawater Purification with Vessel Installed Filter Units,” Geoenvironmental Engineering-Integrated Management of Groundwater and Contaminated Land, edited by Yong, R. N. and Thomas, H. ,Thomas Telford, London, 2004, pp. 510–515. , Botello, A. , Ponce-Vélez, G. and Díaz-González. , “Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Coastal Sediments from the Subtropical Mexican Pacific,” Mar.
3 mg/ L / day. Observations on water current were carried out at the opening of the wood pool in December 2004. 5 and 4 m. 6 cm/ s in the inner bay at a depth of 4 m. The tidal current was less than 5 cm/ s. The strongest current flow was due to the short seiche with a period of 40 min. Average flow velocity, salinity and salt flux for the two tidal periods ͑58 h and 38 min͒ are presented in Table 1. 554 kg/ m2 / s, respectively. Almost all fluxes are due to the average flow and salinity; however, the contribution due to tidal currents, which are almost zero in the upper and lower layers, is extremely low.