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In situ benthic-flux chamber (Lander) measures the flux of solutes into and out of bottom sediments in lakes, estuaries, and reservoirs. Unlike core-incubation experiments that are conducted in a laboratory after field sampling, the Lander experiments occur on site (hence, in situ).

In situ benthic-flux chamber (Lander) measures the flux of solutes into and out of bottom sediments in lakes, estuaries, and reservoirs. Unlike core-incubation experiments that are conducted in a laboratory after field sampling, the Lander experiments occur on site (hence, in situ) -- from the Benthic Flux of Dissolved Metals Photo Gallery

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The Toxics Program supports the development of knowledge and methods for the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data related to fundamental questions about contamination in the hydrologic cycle. What is the significance of these activities in relation to the field investigations?

Microbial Geochemistry

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Contaminant Geophysics

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