|Title||Asian Industrial Lead Inputs to the North Pacific Evidenced by Lead Concentrations and Isotopic Compositions in Surface Waters and Aerosols|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2011|
|Authors||Gallon C, Ranville MA, Conaway CH, Landing WM, Buck CS, Morton PL, A. Flegal R|
|Journal||Environmental Science & Technology|
|Pagination||9874 - 9882|
|Keywords||atmospheric transport, chemical composition, East China Sea, long-range transport, particulate matter, Pb isotopes, seasonal variation, source signatures, temporal variability, trace elements|
|Short Title||Environ. Sci. Technol.|
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