Kajian Logam Berat Di Perairan Pantai Negeri Sembilan

Kadel Batcha, Khatijah (1996) Kajian Logam Berat Di Perairan Pantai Negeri Sembilan. Masters thesis, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia.

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Abstract

Kajian ini telah dijalankan di perairan pantai Negeri Sembilan untuk menentukan tahap kandungan logam-logam berat dalam biota dan abiota. Penganalisisan terhadap sampel sedimen dari perairan Negeri Sembilan, menunjukkan julat kandungan logam Cu adalah di antara di bawah had pengesanan hingga 121.00 ug/g. Julat kandungan Zn di dalam sedimen menunjukkan nilainya antara 5.60 hingga 166.00 ug/g .Logam Cd menunjukkan juIatnya antara 0.42 hingga 6.00 ug/g. Akhir sekali logam plumbum menunjukkan julatnya diantara di bawah had pengesanan hingga 75.30 ug/ g. Kajian pencemaran logam-logam berat Cu, Zn, Cd dan Pb yang dijalankan di perairan Port Dickson menunjukkan kandungan logam-logam berat tinggi di kawasan tertentu seperti di muara sungai. Kajian terhadap sampel kerang dari kawasan kajian dan beberapa kawasan lain menunjukkan kerang dari kawasan kajian mengalami pengumpulan logam-logam berat Cu, Cd dan Pb yang tinggi kecuali bagi

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Subject:Soils - Heavy metal content - Negeri Sembilan coast
Chairman Supervisor:Dr. Ahmad Ismail
Call Number:FSAS 1996 18
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Environmental Studies
ID Code:11290
Deposited By: Mohd Nezeri Mohamad
Deposited On:18 Jul 2011 01:38
Last Modified:08 May 2012 04:56

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