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Concentration and bioavailability of toxic trace elements, germanium, and rare earth elements in contaminated areas of the Davidschacht dump-field in Freiberg (Saxony)

  1. NázovConcentration and bioavailability of toxic trace elements, germanium, and rare earth elements in contaminated areas of the Davidschacht dump-field in Freiberg (Saxony)
    Súbež.n.Konzentration und Bioverfügbarkeit von Schwermetallen, Germanium und Seltenen Erdmetallen in kontaminierten Substraten der Spülhalde Davidschacht in Freiberg (Sachsen)
    Aut.údajePavol Midula ... [et al.]
    Autor Midula Pavol 1989- (70%) UMBFP09 - Katedra biológie a ekológie
    Spoluautori Wiche Oliver (10%)
    Wiese Paul (10%)
    Andráš Peter 1953- (10%) UMBFP04 - Katedra životného prostredia
    Zdroj.dok.Freiberg ecology online. online, vol. 1, no. 2 (2017), pp. 101-112. - Freiberg : University of Resources, 2017
    Kľúč.slová bioavailability   germanium  
    Jazyk dok.angličtina
    KrajinaNemecko
    Systematika 574
    AnotáciaThe presented research is focused on the geochemical characterization of substrates of the Davidschacht dump-field in order to elucidate plant available concentrations of selected toxic trace elements (As, Zn, Cd, Pb), Ge, and rare earth elements (La, Nd, Gd). In total, 12 sampling sites with different composition of plant species were selected. Soil samples from a depth of 10 cm and samples of plant material were taken at each of these sites. The soil samples were analyzed for total concentrations of elements, pH (H2O) and element concentrations in four operationally defined soil fractions. Element concentrations in soil extracts and plant digests were measured by ICP-MS. Our results show that besides high concentrations of toxic trace elements, the substrates are characterized by high concentrations of Ge (up to 8 mg kg-1), but only moderate concentrations of REEs. The pH of the substrates correlated significantly positively with the total concentrations of all investigated elements, except of As and Pb. Potentially plant available concentrations decreased in the order Cd > Zn > As > Pb > >REEs > Ge. However, highest concentrations of Ge were found in Phragmites australis (0.63 mg kg-1 Ge) and Phalaris arundinacea (0.57 mg kg-1 Ge), whereas Populus tremula, Tanacetum vulgare, Lotus corniculatus and Agrostis capillaris showed high concentrations of toxic trace elements and rare earth elements
    URLhttps://www.researchgate.net/publication/315834363_Concentration_and_bioavailability_of_toxic_trace_elements_germanium_and_rare_earth_elements_in_contaminated_areas_of_the_Davidschacht_dump-field_in_Freiberg_Saxony
    Kategória publikačnej činnosti ADE
    Číslo archívnej kópie39104
    Katal.org.BB301 - Univerzitná knižnica Univerzity Mateja Bela v Banskej Bystrici
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