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Concentration and mobility of lithogenic trace metals in soils : significance of anthropogenic lateral redistributions.

Abstract : One of the main current concerns regarding soil quality is the presence of trace metals that constitutes a risk of toxicity for plants and animals [1, 5, 7 and 11]. Trace metals in soils can have either a lithogenic origin when they inherit from the lithosphere or an anthropogenic origin when they result from man's activities (mining, metallurgy of non-ferrous metals, combustion of fossil energy sources, solid waste or sewage sludge) [5]. Recent studies showed that concentration of lithogenic trace metals in soils could not be explained without taking man's activities into account.
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Ary Bruand. Concentration and mobility of lithogenic trace metals in soils : significance of anthropogenic lateral redistributions.. Comptes Rendus Géoscience, Elsevier Masson, 2002, 334, pp.581-582. ⟨10.1016/S1631-0713(02)01789-3⟩. ⟨hal-00072495⟩

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