Environmental Chemistry of Selenium (Books in Soils, Plants, by FRANKENBERGER

By FRANKENBERGER

"Written as a supplement to the definitive paintings selenium within the atmosphere (Marcel Dekker, Inc.). provides easy and the latest utilized study advancements in selenium remediation-emphasizing box investigations in addition to protecting subject matters from analytical equipment and modeling to regulatory elements from federal and nation views. "

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1964. York, Academic Press. K. 1986. , pp. 25-33. Bay Institute of San Francisco, Tiburon, CA. San Joaquin Valley Drainage Program(SJVDP). 1990. A Management Plan for Agricultural Subsurface Drainage and Related Problems on the Westside San Joaquin Valley, California. Department of the Interior and California Resources Agency, Sacramento, CA. Schroeder, H. V. Frost, and J. J. Balassa. 1970. Essential trace metals in manSelenium. Chronic Dis. 23:227-243. L. Naftz, D. A. Peterson, J. G. Crock, J.

Engberg, R. A. Sylvester. 1993. Concentrations, distribution and sources of selenium from irrigated lands in western United States. Irvig. Drain. Eng. 1 1 9 5 2 2 4 3 6 , Feltz, H. , and R. Engberg. 1994. S. A. R. ), Ejjects of ~ ~ m a n - I n d ~Changes pp. 1011-1020. American Water Resources Association, Proceedings of the 1994 June 26-29, 1994. Summer Syrnposium, Jackson, W, 24 ENGBERGET AL. Henderson, J. , T. C. Maurer, and S. E. Schwarzbach. 1995. Assessing selenium contamination in two San Joaquin Valley, CA, sloughs.

ASCE North American Water and Environment Congress '96. Anaheim, CA, June 24-28,1996. Session C-40, CD ROM. , and C. Congdon. 1994. Plowing New Ground-Using Economic Incentives to Control Water Pollution from Agriculture. Environmental Defense Fund Nonpoint Source Pollution Report- 1994. This Page Intentionally Left Blank Yuzo TAMARI Konan U n j v e ~ j ~Kobe, y, ~ a ~ a n Selenium is widelydistributed in the hydrosphere, lithosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere of the earth in chemically different oxidation states: selenide (Se2-), elemental selenium (Seo), selenite (Se4+),selenate (Se6+),and organic selenium (organically complexed species such as selenomethionine or selenocysteine).

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