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作者:Khawar Sultan
来源:[J].Asian Journal of Water, Environment and Pollution, 2008, Vol.6 (2)IOS Press
摘要:Rainfall events (n = 120, representing 702.7 mm rain) were collected at the Mount Helen site in Ballarat, Central Victoria (Australia) from November 2002 to November 2003 and analysed for rainfall amount, pH, electric conductivity (EC), temperature and major cati...
作者:Khawar SULTAN , Kim DOWLING
来源:[J].Journal of Environmental Sciences(IF 1.773), 2006, Vol.18 (1)IOS Press
摘要:This paper reports on the major cations (Ca, Mg, Na and K) and arsenic (As) compositions of surface waters collected from major creeks, rivers and lakes in Central Victoria (Australia). The surface waters were found to be neutral to alkaline (pH 6.7–9.4), oxidise...
作者:Khawar Sultan
来源:[J].Water International(IF 0.705), 2012, Vol.37 (1), pp.1-15Taylor & Francis
摘要:Hydrochemistry of 27 elements and 8 anions in tropical surface waters of the Terengganu River (Malaysia) was investigated. Dissolved elemental concentrations changed significantly with distance along the flow path depending on redox and pH, often reflecting natural enrichment. Hi...
作者:Khawar Sultan , Noor Azhar Shazili
来源:[J].Journal of Rare Earths(IF 1.363), 2009, Vol.27 (6), pp.1072-1078Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)The 14 stable rare earth element (REE) concentrations and distribution patterns were investigated for surface waters ( n =51), soils ( n =52) and sediments ( n =42) from the tropical Terengganu River basin, Malaysia. The chondrite normalized REE patterns of soil...
作者:Khawar SULTAN , Noor Azhar SHAZILI
来源:[J].International Journal of Sediment Research(IF 0.718), 2010, Vol.25 (4), pp.340-354Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)The geochemical baselines and distribution of 31 elements (Al, Fe, K, Na, Mg, Ca, Mn, Ba, Cr, Zr, Ni, Sr, Zn, Y, Li, Cu, Mo, Nb, Th, Co, Ga, W, Ta, Be, Ti, Ge, Se, Bi, Te, Sc and Re) and physico-chemical parameters of the tropical surface sediments of the Tereng...
作者:Khawar Sultan , Noor Azhar Shazili , Stefan Peiffer
来源:[J].Journal of Hydro-environment Research(IF 1.899), 2011, Vol.5 (3), pp.169-176Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Hydrogeochemistry and distribution of Pb, As, Cd, Sn and Hg in soils ( n = 53), sediments ( n = 42) and surface waters ( n = 51) of the tropical Terengganu River basin, northeast coast of Peninsular Malaysia, were investigated. The order of abundance of the e...
作者:Khawar Sultan , Noor Azhar Shazili
来源:[J].Journal of Geochemical Exploration(IF 1.952), 2009, Vol.103 (2), pp.57-68Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)This study reports on the physico-chemical properties and concentrations of major, minor and trace elements (Si, Al, Fe, K, Na, Mg, Ca, Ti, Ba, Mn, Cr, Sr, Zr, Zn, Ni, Y, Li, Cu, Co, Nb, Ga, Th, Sc, Mo, W, Be, Ge, Ta, Bi, Se, Te, and Re) in tropical topsoils (0–...
作者:Khawar Sultan , Kim Dowling
来源:[J].Water, Air, and Soil Pollution(IF 1.748), 2006, Vol.169 (1-4), pp.355-374Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)A 10-month study of surface waters in Canadian Creek (Ballarat, Victoria, Australia) showed the significant influence of historic gold mining waste material. The investigation focussed on the hydrogeochemistry of the surface waters and soils in order to: (1) doc...
作者:Khawar Sultan
来源:[J].Environmental Geology(IF 1.127), 2003, Vol.44 (3), pp.308-324Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br)Hydrogeochemical processes controlling surface water chemistry were examined in five small (<1.5 km 2 ) forested catchments that have contrasting bedrock lithologies of granite, and conglomerate, and are distributed in the southeast of Seto district, central Jap...
作者:Khawar Sultan , Noor Azhar Shazili
来源:[J].Journal of Rare Earths(IF 1.363), 2009, (06), pp.1072-1078CNKI
摘要:The 14 stable rare earth element(REE) concentrations and distribution patterns were investigated for surface waters(n=51),soils(n=52) and sediments(n=42) from the tropical Terengganu River basin,Malaysia.The chondrite normalized REE patterns of soils developed on four geolog...
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