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Michael Gerdenich <[log in to unmask]>
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Stable Isotope Geochemistry <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 12 Feb 2004 20:35:06 -0500
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He Ed:

Update your signature!  Hope all is well.

Mike

Quoting Ed van Hees <[log in to unmask]>:

> Hello Alfredo:
>
>          You should search for publications by Joe Graney (Geology Dept. at
> SUNY Binghampton in New York State).
>
>          He has published - Graney, J. R., Keeler, G.J., and Christensen,
> J.N. (2000) Environmental Applications of MC-ICPMS: Using Pb Isotope Ratios
> from Precipitation Samples to Help Constrain Pollutant Source and Fate in
> the Great Lakes and South Florida Regions. Proceedings Volume of the Air
> and Waste Management Association International Symposium on the Measurement
> of Toxic and Related Air Pollutants, Research Triangle Park, NC., and
> refers to several other papers in review.  He can be reached by E-mail at
> "[log in to unmask]".
>
>          Ed
>
>
> >Dear Isogeochemists...
> >
> >I'm looking for relevant experiences discriminating
> >the origin of lead and chromium in airbone dust
> >(PM10).  Two main possible sources of lead are
> >identified: the first lead from gasoline due to heavy
> >traffic (still present in LDCs) and the second
> >emissions from medium size smelters.  Does anybody has
> >experience or publications regarding to using isotope
> >signals as a tool to identify, for sure, sources of
> >metals such as lead and chromium in airbone dust?
> >
> >Many thanks for any input,
> >
> >Alfredo Torrico
>
> Ed van Hees Ph.D.
> Rm 0224 Old Main
> Dept. of Geology
> Wayne State University
> Detroit, MI 48202
> ph  1-313-5779436
> Fax 1-313-5770517

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