Chemical elements

Chemical substances distinguished by atomic number. http://periodic.lanl.gov/
Subtopics:
Antimony (1 items)
Arsenic (1 items)
Barium (1 items)
Beryllium (1 items)
Cadmium (1 items)
Chromium (1 items)
Cobalt (1 items)
Copper (1 items)
Iron (1 items)
Lead (3 items)
Mercury (1 items)
Nickel (1 items)
Selenium (1 items)
Silver (1 items)
Strontium (1 items)
Sulfur (2 items)
Thulium (1 items)
Uranium (2 items)
Vanadium (2 items)
Zinc (3 items)

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Core OL-92 from Owens Lake, southeast California

The drilling project at Owens Lake commenced in April, 1991. This Open-File Report represents an effort to make available to other researchers our preliminary data collected during the first year of study following completion of the core-drilling phase.

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Geologic map of the Rifle Falls quadrangle, Garfield County, Colorado

New 1:24,000-scale geologic map of the Rifle Falls 7.5' quadrangle, in support of the USGS Western Colorado I-70 Corridor Cooperative Geologic Mapping Project, provides new interpretations of the stratigraphy, structure, and geologic hazards in the area o

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Geologic map of the Tetilla Peak quadrangle, Santa Fe and Sandoval Counties, New Mexico

This digital geologic map summarizes all available geologic information for the Tetilla Peak quadrangle located immediately southwest of Santa Fe, New Mexico. The geologic map consists of new polygon (geologic map units) and line (contact, fault, fold ax

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Processed Thematic Mapper satellite imagery for selected areas within the U.S.-Mexico borderlands

The passage of the North American Trade Agreement (NAFTA), establishment of the Border Environmental Cooperation Commission as well as the EPA U.S./Mexico Border XXI Program has focused attention to the environmental social-cultural, and economic conditio

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Surficial geology along the Spokane River, Washington and its relationship to the metal content of sediments (Idaho-Washington stateline to Latah Creek confluence): Geologic units

The Spokane River flows westward into eastern Washington out of the northern end of Lake Coeur d'Alene in northern Idaho. The river and lake lie downstream of the Coeur d'Alene mining district, where over 56 million metric tonnes of metal-enriched tailin

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Surficial geology along the Spokane River, Washington and its relationship to the metal content of sediments (Idaho-Washington stateline to Latah Creek confluence): Sediment geochemistry

The Spokane River flows westward into eastern Washington out of the northern end of Lake Coeur d'Alene in northern Idaho. The river and lake lie downstream of the Coeur d'Alene mining district, where over 56 million metric tonnes of metal-enriched tailin

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