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The mazarrón pb-(ag)-zn mining district (se Spain) as a source of heavy metal contamination in a semiarid realm: geochemical data from mine wastes, soils, and stream sediments.
The Mazarrón epithermal ore deposits (SE Spain) formed in Miocene time in relation to the emplacement of dacitic?rhyodacitic domes. The Pb-(Ag)-Zn ore deposits are of the high sulphidation vein and stockwork type. There ...
Time and space variations in mercury and other trace element contents in olive tree leaves from the Almadén hg-mining district
Olive trees (Olea europaea, L.) are a very important agricultural resource for Spain in general and for the Castilla-La Mancha region in particular. These trees provide significant amounts of olive oil and olives for direct ...
Sampling high to extremely high hg concentrations at the cerco de almadenejos, Almadén mining district (Spain): the old metallurgical precinct (1794 to 1861 ad) and surrounding areas.
The Cerco de Almadenejos (CDA) is an old metallurgical site located in the province of Ciudad Real (Spain) that operated between 1794 and 1861. The metallurgical precinct was built for the roasting of the Almadén and ...