Reviews of Geophysics, Supplement
The use of specialized analytical techniques, field studies, controlled laboratory experiments, and geochemical modeling have allowed U.S. investigators to expand our understanding of trace element cycling in coastal waters and estuaries. Considerable emphasis has been placed on quantifying the flux of trace elements within and through the coastal zone. In addition, substantial progress has been made in identifying the chemical speciation of many trace elements, providing a linkage between the geochemical and biochemical behavior of these elements. Another significant advance has been the use of trace elements as tracers of geochemical processes and water masses in the coastal environment.
Original Publication Citation
Cutter, G.A. (1991). Trace elements in estuarine and coastal waters—US studies from 1986–1990. Reviews of Geophysics, Supplement, 639-644.
Cutter, Gregory A., "Trace Elements in Estuarine and Coastal Waters: U.S. Studies from 1986-1990" (1991). OEAS Faculty Publications. 61.