Use of a multi-proxy method to support the restoration of estuaries receiving inputs from industry
In New South Wales (NSW), Australia, the availability of water from estuarine lakes combined with the use of coal as an energy source has resulted in coal-fired power stations on the margins of coastal lakes. The purpose of this study was to use a multi-proxy method to evaluate the extent and trends of historical metal inputs from a coal-fired power station to sediments in Lake Budgewoi. Metal concentrations in 15-cm sediment cores showed a uniform depth profile. The highest concentrations of...[Show more]
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