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The lead content was found to vary from 0.71 to 16.06 μg/kg wet weight (w.w.), and the cadmium was lower than 2 μg/kg w.w. The levels of lead in milk are higher in those farms near zones of storage of mining waste depots, thermal power and areas with high levels of traffic

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  • Exposure of Peromyscus leucopus to lead and cadmium in

    Exposure of Peromyscus leucopus to lead and cadmium in

    Oct 19, 2017 The exposure of white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus) to lead and cadmium and the potential associated toxic effects were examined at three sites contaminated with lead in the Southeast Missouri Lead Mining District and at a reference site. Mice from the contaminated sites showed evidence of oxidative stress and red-blood cell δ-aminolevulinic acid dehydratase (ALAD) activity was

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  • Biomonitoring of Lead, Zinc, and Cadmium in Streams

    Biomonitoring of Lead, Zinc, and Cadmium in Streams

    Biomonitoring of Lead, Zinc, and Cadmium in Streams Draining Lead-Mining and Non-Mining Areas, Southeast Missouri, USA John M. Besser & William G. Brumbaugh & Thomas W. May & Christopher J. Schmitt Received: 7 March 2006 /Accepted: 14 June 2006 / Published online: 7 September 2006 # Springer Science + Business Media B.V. 2006

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  • Cadmium tolerance and accumulation of Elsholtzia argyi

    Cadmium tolerance and accumulation of Elsholtzia argyi

    Cadmium tolerance and accumulation of Elsholtzia argyi origining from a zinc/lead mining site - a hydroponics experiment. Li S, Wang F, Ru M, Ni W. In this study, a hydroponics experiment was conducted to investigate the characteristics of Cd tolerance and accumulation of Elsholtzia argyi natively growing on the soil with high levels of heavy

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  • Characterization of Zinc, Lead, and Cadmium in Mine Waste

    Characterization of Zinc, Lead, and Cadmium in Mine Waste

    We characterized the lability and bioaccessibility of Zn, Pb, and Cd in size-fractionated mine waste at the Tar Creek Superfund Site (Oklahoma) to assess the potential for metal transport, exposure, and subsequent bioavailability. Bulk mine waste samples contained elevated Zn (9100 2500 ppm), Pb (650 360 ppm), and Cd (42 10 ppm), while particles with the greatest potential for wind

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  • Viburnum Trend-New Lead Belt Mining District Cadmium

    Viburnum Trend-New Lead Belt Mining District Cadmium

    Filter 2 cadmium plant mines by commodity, disposition, development status, and record type in Viburnum Trend-New Lead Belt Mining District. Quick Facts Cadmium , Cobalt , Copper , Lead , and Nickel mines located in Viburnum Trend-New Lead Belt Mining District

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  • (PDF) Biomonitoring of Lead, Zinc, and Cadmium in Streams

    (PDF) Biomonitoring of Lead, Zinc, and Cadmium in Streams

    Biomonitoring of Lead, Zinc, and Cadmium in Streams Draining Lead-Mining and Non-Mining Areas, Southeast Missouri, USA July 2007 Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 129(1-3):227-41

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  • Remediation of cadmium and lead polluted soil using thiol

    Remediation of cadmium and lead polluted soil using thiol

    Apr 15, 2020 Remediation of cadmium and lead polluted soil using thiol-modified biochar. ... Shi et al. (2019) suggest Cd concentrations of soils in China gradually increase from 1981 to 2016, and that mining, sewage irrigation, and fertilizer application significantly contribute to Cd accumulation in agricultural soils. Significantly, these metals can be

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  • Other Metals - Teck Resources

    Other Metals - Teck Resources

    Teck is a world leader in the production of lead and a significant producer of specialty metals such as germanium, indium and cadmium. Teck also produces and markets gold dore and silver. Teck is committed to responsibly providing products that are essential to building a better quality of life for people around the world

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  • Toxic Metals - Overview | Occupational Safety and Health

    Toxic Metals - Overview | Occupational Safety and Health

    Toxic metals, including heavy metals, are individual metals and metal compounds that negatively affect people's health. Some toxic, semi-metallic elements, including arsenic and selenium, are discussed in this page. In very small amounts, many of these metals are necessary to support life. However, in larger amounts, they become toxic

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  • Glutathione S-transferase gene polymorphisms in

    Glutathione S-transferase gene polymorphisms in

    Interindividual genetic variations determine human's susceptibility to heavy metal-induced toxicity. Thus, we analyzed blood concentrations of lead (Pb) and cadmium (Cd) in 140 lead-exposed children. Genotyping of the glutathione S-transferase (GST) genes

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  • Cadmium poisoning: causes and symptoms - Blog

    Cadmium poisoning: causes and symptoms - Blog

    Cadmium is a metal that appears soft, malleable, and bluish-white in its elemental form. While it is a relatively widespread element, it is rarely found on its own as a pure metal and more often forms complex compounds in zinc ores. It is mainly produced through the process of smelting, mining, and refining zinc, lead, and copper

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  • Cadmium resources, reserves and production-Metalpedia

    Cadmium resources, reserves and production-Metalpedia

    Cadmium is usually produced as a byproduct in the recovery of primary zinc from zinc ores, and also from some lead ores or complex copper - lead - zinc ores. However, it is generally agreed that the cadmium in lead and copper ores is associated with the zinc sulfide present rather than with the other minerals. World cadmium resources

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  • Lead and cadmium determinations by atomic absorption

    Lead and cadmium determinations by atomic absorption

    [en] In order to determine the possibility contamination of lead and cadmium in pregnant women living in the mining-smelting city of La Oroya in Peru, lead and cadmium concentrations were assessed in maternal blood (pre-birth), umbilical cord blood and placental tissue. Forty deliveries with normal evolution were evaluated between October 2002 and January 2003

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  • Occurrence and partitioning of cadmium, arsenic and lead

    Occurrence and partitioning of cadmium, arsenic and lead

    In areas such as those found in parts of Hunan province in south central China, base-metal mining activ … Occurrence and partitioning of cadmium, arsenic and lead in mine

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  • Biomonitoring of arsenic, cadmium and lead in two

    Biomonitoring of arsenic, cadmium and lead in two

    People living and working in artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) areas are frequently exposed to elemental mercury (Hg), which is used for gold extraction. However, additional exposure to other toxic metals such as arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd) and lead (Pb) may result from mining-related activities and could be ingested via dust, water or food

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  • Cadmium and Lead Pollution Characteristics of Soils

    Cadmium and Lead Pollution Characteristics of Soils

    Feb 12, 2021 Atmospheric deposition of cadmium (Cd) and lead (Pb) was investigated together with the accumulation, distribution and health risks from potentially toxic metals in soils, vegetables and human hair at a mining area in southwest China. Annual atmospheric deposition of Cd and Pb were 41.1 and 192 g ha − 1, respectively, and consisted mainly of dry deposition

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  • Cadmium Toxicity: Where is Cadmium Found?

    Cadmium Toxicity: Where is Cadmium Found?

    Groundwater seldom contains high levels of cadmium unless it is contaminated by mining or industrial wastewater, or seepage from hazardous waste sites. Soft or acidic water tends to dissolve cadmium and lead from water lines; cadmium levels are increased in water stagnating in household pipes

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  • Lead and cadmium | UNEP - UN Environment Programme

    Lead and cadmium | UNEP - UN Environment Programme

    Sep 13, 2017 Cadmium is considered a class 1 carcinogen by the World Health Organization (WHO). The presence of cadmium in the environment, increased by activities such as years of coal and fossil-fuel usage and mining is a serious health hazard and its monitoring is essential

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  • Cadmium - GreenFacts

    Cadmium - GreenFacts

    Cadmium is produced mainly as a by-product of mining, smelting and refining of zinc and, to a lesser degree, as a by-product of lead and copper manufacturing. Most of the cadmium produced is used in the production of nickel-cadmium batteries, which in 2004 represented 81 per cent of the total amount of cadmium

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