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Selenium and stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen in the benthic clam Corbula amurensis from Northern San Francisco Bay, California: May 1995-February 2010

Monthly selenium concentration in this keystone species shows strong spatial and seasonal variation in a five-year series of analyses.

by Kleckner, Amy E.; Stewart, A. Robin; and Luoma, Samuel N.
U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2010-1252
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Atomic absorption analysis, Benthos, Biochemistry, Carbon, Carbon isotope analysis, Keystone species, Mass spectroscopy, Mollusks, Nitrogen, Selenium, Toxic trace element contamination, Estuaries
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Contra Costa, Solano
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