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Danielle Cleveland

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chemistry
The U.S. Geological Survey
United States Virgin Islands

Biography

Danielle Cleveland, part of the Toxic Elements team at USGS-Columbia Environmental Research Center. Toxic Elements and its partners study inorganic contaminants in a wide variety of environmental matrices, including mammal, fish, avian, invertebrate, vegetation, and herpetofauna tissues, as well as in water, pore water, and sediments and soils. Capabilities include inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS), microwave digestion, ion chromatography, flow injection-hydride generation-atomic absorption spectrophotometry (FI-HG-AAS), direct mercury analysis, passive and active pore water sampling methods for metals and DOC, lyophilization, and cryogrinding.

Research Interest

  Direct mercury analysis, passive and active pore water sampling methods for metals and DOC, lyophilization, and cryogrinding.  

Publications

  • Chemistry, radiation and histopathology data in support of manuscript "Pre-mining trace element and radiation exposure to biota from a breccia pipe uranium mine in the Grand Canyon (Arizona, USA) watershed", Hinck, Jo E.; Cleveland, Danielle; Lankton, Julia S.

  • Pre-mining trace element and radiation exposure to biota from a breccia pipe uranium mine in the Grand Canyon (Arizona, USA) watershed, Hinck, Jo E.; Cleveland, Danielle; Brumbaugh, William G.; Linder, Greg; Lankton, Julia S. Hinck, Jo E.; Cleveland, Danielle; Brumbaugh, William G.; Linder, Greg; Lankton, Julia S.

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