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Beryllium, a potential environmental contaminant
Charles Grady Wilber
|Statement||by Charles G. Wilber.|
|Series||American lecture series ; publication no. 1040|
|LC Classifications||QH545.B47 W54 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 130 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||80020091|
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Beryl, the ore of beryllium is found chiefly in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Brazil, Argentina, and India. Principle sources in the USA are Colorado, Maine, New Hampshire, and South Dakota. There are also deposits in Canada(1). Although forty-five beryllium-containing minerals have been identified, only beryl and bertrandite are of commercial.
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Potential Hazards of Environmental Contaminants to Avifauna Residing in the Chesapeake Bay Estuary Barnett A. Rattner1 and Peter C. McGowan2 ^.S. Geological Survey, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Beltsville, MD Internet: [email protected] 2U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Chesapeake Bay Field Office, Annapolis, MD The primary environmental contamination source for this element is thought to be power plants, which leech beryllium in the form of dust [26, 27].
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