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Effect of the behavior and availability of heavy metals on the characteristics of the coastal soils developed from alluvial deposits
Li JinLing (李进玲); He Ming (何明); Sun ShouQin (孙守琴); Han Wei (韩伟); Zhang Youchi (张又弛); Mao XiaoHui (毛晓慧); Gu YiFan (谷一凡)
Corresponding AuthorHe Ming
2009
Source PublicationEnvironmental Monitoring and Assessment
Volume156Issue:1-4Pages:91-98
Abstract

An investigation of the behavior and availability of heavy metals (HMs), i.e., Cu, Zn, Ni, Pb, Cr, and Cd, based on the analysis of correlation between HMs and physical and chemical properties of coastal soils developed from alluvial deposits in Shanghai, China, has been conducted, in order to reveal the effect of the soil formation and development and the unsuited human activities on the activities and mobility of HMs in agricultural soils. The results showed that (1) the soils still meet the needs of plant growth due to the moderate fertility with a soil texture of silty loam although the content of organic matters is lower, (2) total heavy metal content had a increase trend from the inland area to the coastal area, indicating the impact of alluvial deposits related to the soil formation on the distribution of HMs; (3) a significant positive correlation was found between HMs and some soil properties (i.e., clay content, cation exchange capacity, organic matters, total Phosphorous content, etc.), indicating that the regulation of these properties could give some great effect on the behavior and availability of HMs; (4) the positive correlation among Cu, Zn, Ni, and Cd, and between Pb and Cr is very significant, suggesting the most similar, if not the same, origins of HMs; These findings are helpful to the soil remediation, fertility adjustment, and plant cultivation.

KeywordAlluvial Deposits Behavior And Availability Of Heavy Metals Characteristics Of Coastal Soils Correlation Analysis Unsuited Human Activities
Subject Area土壤学
DOIDOI 10.1007/s10661-008-0465-5
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Language英语
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imde.ac.cn/handle/131551/7772
Collection山地表生过程与生态调控重点实验室
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Li JinLing ,He Ming ,Sun ShouQin ,et al. Effect of the behavior and availability of heavy metals on the characteristics of the coastal soils developed from alluvial deposits[J]. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment,2009,156(1-4):91-98.
APA Li JinLing .,He Ming .,Sun ShouQin .,Han Wei .,Zhang Youchi .,...&Gu YiFan .(2009).Effect of the behavior and availability of heavy metals on the characteristics of the coastal soils developed from alluvial deposits.Environmental Monitoring and Assessment,156(1-4),91-98.
MLA Li JinLing ,et al."Effect of the behavior and availability of heavy metals on the characteristics of the coastal soils developed from alluvial deposits".Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 156.1-4(2009):91-98.
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