Dataset: GP16 Lead dissolved
Deployment: TN303

Dissolved Pb data from US GEOTRACES East Pacific Zonal Transect
Principal Investigator: 
Arthur Russell Flegal (University of California-Santa Cruz, UC Santa Cruz)
Ralph Till (University of California-Santa Cruz, UC Santa Cruz)
BCO-DMO Data Manager: 
Danie Kinkade (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, WHOI BCO-DMO)
Current State: 
Preliminary and in progress
Deployment Synonyms:
 GEOTRACES EPZT,  GEOTRACES East Pacific Zonal Transect (EPZT),  GT13,  325020131025,  GP16

Dissolved lead concentrations of the transect in samples taken from the GEOTRACES GO-FLO rosette surface casts and filtered through a 0.2um Acropak capsule filter.

Access to these data are restricted until 2017 except for members of the US GEOTRACES program. Please contact the PI for further information.

Related References:

Bruland, K.W., E.L. Rue, G.J. Smith, and G.R. Ditullio (2005), Iron, macronutrients and diatom blooms in the Peru upwelling regime: brown and blue waters of Peru, Mar. Chem., 93, 81–103.

Cutter, G. A., and K. W. Bruland (2012), Rapid and noncontaminating sampling system for trace elements in global ocean surveys, Linmol. Oceanogr. Methods, 10, 425- 436.

Ndung’u, K., R.P. Franks, K.W. Bruland, and A.R. Flegal (2003), Organic complexation and total dissolved trace metal analysis in estuarine waters: comparison of solvent-extraction graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometric and chelating resin flow injection inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometric analysis, Anal. Chim. Ac., 481(1), 127-138.

Zurbrick, C. M., C. Gallon, A. R. Flegal. (2013). A new method for stable lead isotope extraction from seawater. Analytica Chimica Acta, 800, 29-35.


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