The Geochemistry of Selenium and Sulfur in a Coastal Salt Marsh

David Jay Velinsky
Investigation of the various chemical forms of selenium and sulfur in sediments and pore waters can provide information about various oxidation/reduction processes. Five cores were obtained from the Great Marsh, from April 1985 to June 1986. Sampling times coincided with the seasonal redox cycle known to occur within the marsh system. Sediments were analyzed for various selenium and sulfur phases. Iron monosulfides and elemental sulfur both display large seasonal changes in concentration and distribution with...
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