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Occurrence of human-excreted contaminants within a decantation tank: A clue of their historical consumption?

Abstract : The Earth system is enduring a unique transition in its history due to the pregnancy of human activities on geological processes compared to natural controls. A largescientificcommunity examines the extent to which these activities will be archived in the sedimentary record and remain for millions years within a new geological era named Anthropocene. Here we explore the potential of sediments that accumulated in sewer systems for such a record of human posterity, considering that urban socio-ecosystems are prone to a large diversity and high concentrations of potential tracers of human activities
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Thomas Thiebault, Laetitia Fougère, Anaëlle Simonneau, Emilie Destandau, Claude Le Milbeau, et al.. Occurrence of human-excreted contaminants within a decantation tank: A clue of their historical consumption?. IMOG 2021 - 30th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry, Sep 2021, Online, France. pp.1-2, ⟨10.3997/2214-4609.202134136⟩. ⟨insu-03542725⟩

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