King George Island is the largest island in the South Shetland Islands, located on the sea surface near 62 ° 23'S, 58 ° 27'W, and 120 kilometers. This dataset is a table of organic pollutants in the topsoil of King George Island. Common polar organic pollutants such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, polychlorinated biphenyls, Declone, heavy metals, etc. exist in complex and diverse environments such as the atmosphere, seawater, lakes, and soil. A pollutant composed of natural organic matter and some other biodegradable synthetic organic matter present in the form of carbohydrates, proteins, amino acids, and fats in soil.
|collect place||Great Wall Station in Antarctica and China|
|data size||14.0 KiB|
|1||Organic Contaminant Data in Terrestrial Plants on King George Island, Antarctica|
|2||Contaminated Heavy Metals in Topsoil of King George Island, Antarctica|
|3||CTD Data of Civil Defense Bay, King George Island, Antarctica|
|4||Petroleum hydrocarbon monitoring data in sediments and topsoil of the Great Wall Station, Antarctica|
|5||Persistent Toxic Pollutant Residue Data in the New Orleans Region, Antarctica, 2007|
|6||Measurement data of petroleum hydrocarbon and organic pollution in the Great Wall Bay and adjacent waters, Antarctica, 1993-1994|
|7||Snow Craters Measurement Data at the Great Wall Station in Antarctica|
|8||Ice Core Measurement Data at the Great Wall Station in Antarctica|
|9||CTD Data of the Ardley Cove Section of Antarctica in 2006|
|10||Zooplankton data from the 19th Antarctic Survey in Prydz Bay, China, 2002-2003|
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