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Heavy metal contents (Cd, Cu, Zn) in spiders (Pirata piraticus) living in intertidal sediments of the river Scheldt estuary (Belgium) as affected by substrate characteristics.

Gijs Du Laing (UGent) , Nicolas Bogaert, Filip Tack (UGent) , Marc Verloo (UGent) and Frederik Hendrickx (UGent)
(2002) SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT. 289(1-3). p.71-81
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Du Laing, Gijs, Nicolas Bogaert, Filip Tack, Marc Verloo, and Frederik Hendrickx. 2002. “Heavy Metal Contents (Cd, Cu, Zn) in Spiders (Pirata Piraticus) Living in Intertidal Sediments of the River Scheldt Estuary (Belgium) as Affected by Substrate Characteristics.” Science of the Total Environment 289 (1-3): 71–81.
APA
Du Laing, Gijs, Bogaert, N., Tack, F., Verloo, M., & Hendrickx, F. (2002). Heavy metal contents (Cd, Cu, Zn) in spiders (Pirata piraticus) living in intertidal sediments of the river Scheldt estuary (Belgium) as affected by substrate characteristics. SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 289(1-3), 71–81.
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Du Laing G, Bogaert N, Tack F, Verloo M, Hendrickx F. Heavy metal contents (Cd, Cu, Zn) in spiders (Pirata piraticus) living in intertidal sediments of the river Scheldt estuary (Belgium) as affected by substrate characteristics. SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT. 2002;289(1-3):71–81.
MLA
Du Laing, Gijs, Nicolas Bogaert, Filip Tack, et al. “Heavy Metal Contents (Cd, Cu, Zn) in Spiders (Pirata Piraticus) Living in Intertidal Sediments of the River Scheldt Estuary (Belgium) as Affected by Substrate Characteristics.” SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT 289.1-3 (2002): 71–81. Print.
@article{154274,
  author       = {Du Laing, Gijs and Bogaert, Nicolas and Tack, Filip and Verloo, Marc and Hendrickx, Frederik},
  issn         = {0048-9697},
  journal      = {SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1-3},
  pages        = {71--81},
  title        = {Heavy metal contents (Cd, Cu, Zn) in spiders (Pirata piraticus) living in intertidal sediments of the river Scheldt estuary (Belgium) as affected by substrate characteristics.},
  volume       = {289},
  year         = {2002},
}

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