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Ecological factors affecting the accumulation and speciation of arsenic in twelve Australian coastal bivalve molluscs

William Maher, Joel Waring, Frank Krikowa, Elliott Duncan, Simon Foster

Environmental context. Knowledge of the pathways by which arsenic is accumulated and transferred in marine ecosystems is scarce. Molluscs are important keystone organisms providing a link between primary producers (micro and macroalgae) and higher trophic levels such as fish. The present study examines the accumulation and species of arsenic in common bivalve molluscs from south-east Australia to understand the cycling of arsenic in marine food webs.


Authors:   ie=edge
Journal:   Environmental Chemistry
Year:   2018
DOI:   10.1071/EN17106
Publication date:   09-May-2018
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