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“Anthropophile elements” Newly Proposed by Institute of Geochemistry CAS for Elements Strongly Impacted by Human Activities
Given that elements such as Zn、Cu、Cd、Pb are strongly impacted by human activities and are characterized with contrasting geochemical signatures, and based on the generally accepted conceptions (lithophile and siderophile), “Anthropophile elements” was proposed for the first time by Professor CHEN Jiubin from IGCAS and his collaborators in their systematic study of the elements in the Seine River (France). DETAILS...   MORE...
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“Anthropophile elements” Newly Proposed by Institute of Geochemistry CAS for Elements Strongly Impacted by Human Activities (2015-01-12)
Bidirectional Air-surface Exchange Model Updated for Elemental Mercury Vapor (2014-09-04)
Exploring high pressure elastic behavior of Ca4La6(SiO4)6(OH)2 a synthetic rare-earth silicate apatite (2014-04-29)
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NAS member Mark H. Thiemens visists IGCAS (2014-07-16)
Dr. GAO Bin from University of Florida Visits IGCAS (2014-07-11)
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PSI Showed Higher Tolerance to Sb(V) than PSII Due to Stimulation of Cyclic Electron Flow Around PSI(Wang, SZ; Pan, XL; Zhang, DY) (2015-02-10)
Analysis of delta N-15 and delta O-18 to identify nitrate sources and transformations in Songhua River, Northeast China(Yue, FJ; Liu, CQ; Li, SL; Zhao, ZQ; Liu, XL; Ding, H; Liu, BJ; Zhong, J) (2015-02-09)
Effect of phosphorus deficiency on photosynthetic inorganic carbon assimilation of three climber plant species(Xing, DK; Wu, YY) (2015-02-09)
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