Specific organic components as tracers of contaminated fine sediment dispersal in Lake Ontario near Toronto / John P. Coakley and John H. Carey and Brian J. Eadie.: En13-5/90-42E-PDF
"Bottom sediments around the outfall of the Humber Sewage Treatment Plant (STP), which with the Humber River, comprises the major contaminant point source emptying into Humber Bay, Lake Ontario, were analyzed for a number of cultural and industrial organic contaminants, including sewage-related compounds such as the faecal sterol coprostanol, α-tocopheryl acetate (α-TCA), linear-chain n-alkane hydrocarbons, and carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios of refractory sediment organic matter"--Abstract.
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|Department/Agency|| Canada. Environment Canada. |
National Water Research Institute (Canada)
|Title||Specific organic components as tracers of contaminated fine sediment dispersal in Lake Ontario near Toronto / John P. Coakley and John H. Carey and Brian J. Eadie.|
|Series title||NWRI contribution ; no. 90-42|
|Publication type||Series - View Master Record|
|Note(s)|| Digitized edition from print [produced by Environment and Climate Change Canada]. |
Includes bibliographical references.
Includes abstract in French.
|Publishing information||Burlington, Ontario : National Water Research Institute, |
|Author / Contributor|| Coakley, J. P. (John Phillip), 1940- author. |
Carey, John H., author.
Eadie, Brian J., author.
|Description||1 online resource (17, (10) pages) : maps.|
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|Subject terms|| Water pollution |
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