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Cu isotopes as tracers of anthropogenic pollution

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This work is financially supported by grants from the National Key R&D Program of China (2022YFF0800504) and the National Natural Science Foundation of China (41991324, 42006060). Special thanks to H. Zhiwei, Y. Shouye and P. Carazo. The author extends her appreciation to Latinas in Earth and Planetary Sciences, and to GeoLatinas for their commitment to supporting Latinas in Geoscience.

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Vasquez, A.C. Cu isotopes as tracers of anthropogenic pollution. Nat Rev Earth Environ 5, 77 (2024).

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