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The South Pacific Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences
Contamination of the coastal environment of small island countries is of concern because people's livelihoods in these countries are intimately linked to the resources of the coastal zone. The Lami estuary in Fiji is located downstream of an industrial area and is used extensively for fishing and other recreational activities. Sediment samples from twenty-nine sites within the area were analysed for copper, lead and zinc to determine whether the area is contaminated with heavy metals. Withindoi:10.1071/sp01005 fatcat:3bzphqz5njet7bywr2vrm46dje