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Assessment of trace metals during episodic events using DGT passive sampler: A proposal for water management enhancement

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The potential of the Diffusive Gradient Thin-Films (DGT) as a supplemental method for water quality monitoring was employed has been tested through 3 sampling campaigns to measure the trace metals (Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, Pb, Ni and Zn) present in the surface water of a highly urbanized river. Specifically, the study done in the Pasig River (Philippines) seeks to: assess the applicability of DGT passive sampler in an urban context exhibiting highly contrasted hydrological conditions (greatly influenced by episodic events) and sediment disturbance (dredging) and provide proposal for a better water management. The results indicate that: (1) DGT is highly recommended as part of a routine analysis for water quality monitoring; (2) DGT are able to capture the fluxes even in very contrasted flow regimes; (3) DGT are suitable to trace the labile fluxes of metals from the lake to the estuary; and (4) at the confluence of the Marikina River water management should be intensified. Moreover, recommendations were made for developing pertinent water monitoring protocol and management scheme.
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insu-00853458 , version 1 (22-08-2013)

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J.D. Villanueva, Philippe Le Coustumer, Frédéric Huneau, Mikael Motelica-Heino, T. Perez, et al.. Assessment of trace metals during episodic events using DGT passive sampler: A proposal for water management enhancement. Water Resources Management, 2013, 27 (12), pp.4163-4181. ⟨10.1007/s11269-013-0401-5⟩. ⟨insu-00853458⟩
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