1. (1) Water containing lithium chloride as a chemical tracer was applied to the bottom of two survey wells 16 and 28 m deep and the concentration of Li + in young cladodes of Retama sphaerocarpa shrubs growing around the wells was monitored for 9 days after the subterranean application. 2. (2) The mean concentration of Li + in the young cladodes of the shrubs increased from a natural background of 1.8 ± 0.8 μg Li + g −1 dry mass to 91 ± 18 μg g −1 within 24 h of application. 3. (3) The mean concentration of Li + was significantly higher in shrubs around the shallower well where a maximum of 184 ± 52 μg g −1 was measured 5 days after application. 4. (4) At the deeper well, mean concentration of Li + averaged over the 9 day period of observation was positively correlated with shrub size.
Journal of Hydrology – Elsevier
Published: Mar 15, 1996
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