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  1. Trace element distribution and pollution status of surface sediments in lakes impacted by volcanic activity
  2. Calibration Approach for Gaseous Oxidized Mercury Based on Nonthermal Plasma Oxidation of Elemental Mercury
  3. An Arsenic-76 radiotracer to study the routes of assimilation, hemolymph distribution, and tissue inventories in the bioindicator organism Pomacea canaliculata
  4. Macro-elements K, Na, Cl, Mg, and Ca in body tissues of false killer whales (Pseudorca crassidens) from the Southern Ocean
  5. Mercury transfer in coastal and oceanic food webs from the Southwest Atlantic Ocean
  6. Hg2+ incorporation in Andean Patagonian ultraoligotrophic lakes: insights into the role of pelagic protists
  7. Mercury in Aquatic Systems of North Patagonia (Argentina): Sources, Processes, and Trophic Transfer
  8. Behavior of KCl sorbent traps and KCl trapping solutions used for atmospheric mercury speciation: stability and specificity
  9. Analysis of the volcanic products from Volcán Calbuco.
  10. Behaviour of KCl sorbent traps and KCl trapping solutions used for atmospheric mercury speciation: stability and specificity
  11. Supplementary material to "Behaviour of KCl sorbent traps and KCl trapping solutions used for atmospheric mercury speciation: stability and specificity"
  12. Validating an Evaporative Calibrator for Gaseous Oxidized Mercury
  13. Trace elements in subantarctic false killer whale (Pseudorca crassidens) tissues, including the skin as an offshore bioindicator
  14. Geochemical and mineralogical characterization of sediments from Lake Futalaufquen (42.8°S, Andean Patagonia) to evaluate their potential as paleoclimatic proxies
  15. Mercury is assesed by in an region with volcanic activity
  16. Spatiotemporal structuring factors in the Chironomidae larvae (Insecta: Diptera) assemblages of an ultraoligotrophic lake from northern Patagonia Andean range: implications for paleolimnological interpretations
  17. Stranded false killer whales, Pseudorca crassidens, in Southern South America reveal potentially dangerous silver concentrations
  18. A multi-year record of atmospheric mercury species at a background mountain station in Andean Patagonia (Argentina): Temporal trends and meteorological influence
  19. Response of Chironomidae to environmental disturbances in a high mountain lake in Patagonia during the last millennium – Corrigendum
  20. The microbial mercury link in oligotrophic lakes: Bioaccumulation by picocyanobacteria in natural gradients of dissolved organic matter
  21. Use of chironomids for past environment research
  22. Bromine as indicator of source of lacustrine sedimentary organic matter in paleolimnological studies
  23. Arsenic accumulation in top predator lake fish
  24. Mercury levels in false killer whales stranded in Southern Chile
  25. A study of mercury accumulation in plankton using a radiotracer
  26. Bioindication of mercury, arsenic and uranium in the apple snail
  27. An study on Zinc contents in organisms from a ultraoligotrophic lake
  28. Bioaccumulation of total mercury and methylmercury in the food web of a deep oligotrophic lake
  29. Mercury transformations in coastal waters
  30. Mercury in an Andean Patagonia fresh water system
  31. Silver in a lacustrine systems by analyzing chironomids
  32. Silver in Lake Nahuel Huapi ecosystems after shift in photographic processing from film to digital
  33. Mercury contamination caused by a chloralkali production facility in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  34. Lake El Toro (Patagonia): the hydrologic history in the past 700 yr from a sedimentary sequence
  35. Records of atmospheric mercury in Patagonia
  36. Mercury and selenium trophodynamics in a large lake in Patagonia
  37. Mercury methylation in marine sediment from the Gulf of Trieste, Adriatic Sea
  38. Chironomids as indicators of natural and human impacts in paleolimnological research in Patagonia
  39. Hepatic and renal metallothionein concentrations in Commerson's dolphins
  40. Heavy metals in riparian vegetation from Northern Patagonia Andean Range
  41. Elemental concentrations in skin and internal tissues of Commerson’s dolphins
  42. Records of mercury in southern latitudes over 1600 years: Lake Futalaufquen, Northern Patagonia
  43. New tephra records in northern Patagonia
  44. Natural arsenic in deep oligotrophic Lake Nahuel Huapi
  45. Rare earth elements in quartz rich geological samples
  46. Certification of Au concentration in Al–0.1% Au alloy
  47. Dolphins skin as mercury bioindicator
  48. Ultraoligotrophic Lake Nahuel Huapi trophic structure
  49. Mercury uptake in plankton from oligotrophic lakes
  50. High mercury in plankton from an ultraoligotrophic lake
  51. Tephras from volcanoes Calbuco (1961), Chaitén (2008) and Cordón Caulle Complex (1960 and 2011)
  52. Mercury in air in Europe, South America, South Africa and China
  53. Mercury and dissolved organic matter in oligotrophic lakes
  54. Mercury and selenium in the food web of a oligotrophic lake from Patagonia
  55. Mercury removal from FGD
  56. Food web structure in an oligotrophic lake from Patagonia
  57. Monte Carlo for gamma-ray self-shielding corrections
  58. Mercury preservation in water samples
  59. Mercury uptake in picocyanobacteria in natural lake water
  60. Mercury uptake by plankton in oligotrophic lakes
  61. Mercury in sediments from the Adriatic Sea
  62. Mercury and Selenium in Commerson’s Dolphins
  63. Heavy metals in dolphins from the South Atlantic
  64. Bioindication of volatile elements emission by the Puyehue–Cordón Caulle (North Patagonia) volcanic event in 2011
  65. Arsenic, cobalt and chromium food web biodilution in a Patagonia mountain lake
  66. Influence of precipitation, landscape and hydrogeomorphic lake features on pelagic allochthonous indicators in two connected ultraoligotrophic lakes of North Patagonia
  67. Heavy metals uptake by apple snails
  68. Mercury methylation and reduction potentials in marine water: An improved methodology using 197Hg radiotracer
  69. Mercury in the biotic compartments of Northwest Patagonia lakes, Argentina
  70. Strong reduction of V4+amount in vanadium oxide/hexadecylamine nanotubes by doping with Co2+and Ni2+ions: Electron paramagnetic resonance and magnetic studies
  71. Trophodynamics and distribution of silver in a Patagonia Mountain lake
  72. Mercury in an ultraoligotrophic North Patagonian Andean lake (Argentina): Concentration patterns in different components of the water column
  73. Sediment records of highly variable mercury inputs to mountain lakes in Patagonia during the past millennium
  74. Tephrochronology of recent events in the Andean Range (northern Patagonia)
  75. Trace Elements in Plankton, Benthic Organisms, and Forage Fish of Lake Moreno, Northern Patagonia, Argentina
  76. Sediment records of highly variable mercury inputs to mountain lakes in Patagonia during the past millennium
  77. Benthic methylmercury production in lacustrine ecosystems of Nahuel Huapi National Park, Patagonia, Argentina
  78. Palaeolimnology of Lake Hess (Patagonia, Argentina): multi-proxy analyses of short sediment cores
  79. Comment on: “Impact of the 1960 major subduction earthquake in Northern Patagonia (Chile, Argentina)” Quartenary Int. 158 (2006) 58–71
  80. Puna (Argentina) and northern Chile Ordovician basic magmatism: A contribution to the tectonic setting
  81. Palaeolimnology of Lake Hess (Patagonia, Argentina): multi-proxy analyses of short sediment cores
  82. Source identification of volcanic ashes by geochemical analysis of well preserved lacustrine tephras in Nahuel Huapi National Park
  83. Iron oxide nanoparticles and VOx/Hexadecylamine nanotubes composite
  84. Methylmercury production in the water column of an ultraoligotrophic lake of Northern Patagonia, Argentina
  85. Measurement of Neutron Capture Resonance Integrals on Bromine Isotopes
  86. Validation of methodology for determination of the mercury methylation potential in sediments using radiotracers
  87. Selenium and Mercury in Native and Introduced Fish Species of Patagonian Lakes, Argentina
  88. Pb-210 dating in Patagonia
  89. Magnetic characterization of vanadium oxide/polyaniline nanotubes
  90. Influence of Ni doping on vanadium oxide/hexadecylamine multiwall nanotubes
  91. Methodological considerations regarding the use of inorganic 197Hg(II) radiotracer to assess mercury methylation potential rates in lake sediment
  92. Averaged cross sections for the reactions 68Zn(n,p)68gCu and 68Zn(n,p)68mCu for a 235U fission neutron spectrum
  93. Hg-197 radiotracer in environmental studies
  94. Fission neutron spectrum averaged cross sections for threshold reactions on arsenic
  95. Geochemical characterization of volcanic ashes from recent events in Northern Patagonia Andean Range by INAA
  96. Trace Elements as Fingerprint of Lake of Provenance and of Species of Some Native and Exotic Fish of Northern Patagonian Lakes
  97. Rb-Cs Ratio as an Indicator of Fish Diet in Lakes of the Patagonia, Argentina
  98. Consequences of the Elimination of Old Leaves upon Spring Phenological Events and the New Leaves Nutrient Concentration in a Wintergreen Woody Species in the Southern Hemisphere
  99. Determination of nuclear constants of reactions induced on zinc by short irradiations with the epithermal and fast components of a reactor neutron spectrum
  100. Heavy metal inputs in Northern Patagonia lakes from short sediment core analysis
  101. Provenance analysis and tectonic setting of late Neoproterozoic metasedimentary successions in NW Argentina
  102. Silver contamination on abiotic and biotic compartments of Nahuel Huapi National Park lakes, Patagonia, Argentina
  103. Environmental changes from sediment records
  104. Mercury in lichens of Nahuel Huapi National Park, Patagonia, Argentina
  105. Heavy Metal and Other Trace Elements in Native Mussel Diplodon chilensis from Northern Patagonia Lakes, Argentina
  106. 210Pb fluxes in sediment layers sampled from Northern Patagonia lakes
  107. Heavy metals in the vicinity of a chlor-alkali factory in the upper Negro River ecosystem, Northern Patagonia, Argentina
  108. Fission-neutron averaged cross sections for reactor dosimetry
  109. Geochemical variability since the Late Pleistocene in Lake Mascardi sediments, northern Patagonia, Argentina
  110. 137Cs fall out historical records and profile measurements
  111. Threshold Reaction Cross Sections of Nickel Isotopes, Averaged Over a235U Fission Neutron Spectrum
  112. Geochemical tracers of source rocks in a Cretaceous to Quaternary sedimentary sequence (Eastern Sierras Pampeanas, Argentina)
  113. Determination of the fission averaged cross sections of some threshold reactions induced on chlorine, potassium, and calcium, and their role in the development of self-validated methods of neutron activation analysis
  114. Magnetization and electron paramagnetic resonance of Co clusters embedded in Ag nanoparticles
  115. Neutron activation analysis of Cuban soils
  116. Characterization of Loma Venturilla pegmatites using nuclear techniques
  117. Characterization of the rhyolitic rocks from the Lela ore body using neutron activation analysis
  118. Experimental and Calculated Scandium Threshold Reaction Cross Sections Averaged over a235U Fission Neutron Spectrum
  119. Measurement of the50Ti(n,α)47Ca reaction cross section averaged over a235U fission neutron spectrum
  120. Neutron activation analysis of radiopharmaceuticals
  121. Determination of selenium in nickel and cobalt concentrates applying epithermal neutron activation analysis
  122. Analytical and statistical analysis of elemental composition of lichens
  123. Elemental composition of lichens at Nahuel Huapi National Park, Patagonia, Argentina
  124. Rare earth geochemistry in sediments of the Upper Manso River Basin, Río Negro, Argentina
  125. Elemental analysis of a concrete sample by capture gamma rays with a radioisotope neutron source
  126. The crater lake of Copahue volcano (Argentina)