Data from: Walrus teeth as biomonitors of trace elements in Arctic marine ecosystems

Casey Clark, Lara Horstmann & Nicole Misarti
Effective biomonitoring requires an understanding of the factors driving concentrations of the substances or compounds of interest in the tissues of studied organisms. Biomonitoring of trace elements, and heavy metals in particular, has been the focus of much research; however, the complex roles many trace elements play in animal and plant tissues can make it difficult to disentangle environmental signals from physiology. This study examined the concentrations of 15 trace elements in the teeth of...
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