Pollution Chronology of the Golden Horn Sediments.

1991-12-01
Sediment accumulation in the Golden Horn has been established by means of a useful geochronological technique; 210Pb Radiometric Dating Method. The 210Pb dating technique revealed a sediment accumulation rate of 3.5 cm yr−1 which is very reasonable given the characteristics of the Golden Horn. The 210Pb profile also revealed three distinct levels in the sediments of the Golden Horn; a surface layer with nearly uniform activities, an exponential decay interval and a lower region with almost constant low activity.
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Citation Formats
G. Teksöz, Ü. Yetiş, and S. G. Tuncel, “Pollution Chronology of the Golden Horn Sediments.,” Marine Pollution Bulletin, pp. 447–453, 1991, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/30101.