Chemistry and Ecology, Volume (32), No (6), Year (2016-2) , Pages (520-532)

Title : ( Lead redistribution in a mine soil treated with three manures and incubated at two different temperatures )

Authors: Ali Akbar Safari Sinegani , Niko Nikbakht , Hossein Banejad ,

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The study of heavy metals’ redistribution between different fractions allows to know their bioavailability and mobility in soils. Soil samples were collected from a lead mine in Hamadan provinces, NW Iran. In a factorial experiment soil was treated with cow, sheep and poultry manures (20 g kg−1 soil) separately and incubated near field capacity at 10°C and 37°C. An untreated soil (as control) was also incubated at the same temperatures. After 0 and 120 days, a sequential extraction scheme was used to fractionate Pb of incubated samples into soluble-exchangeable (Sol-Exch), organic matter associated (AOM), carbonates associated (ACar), and residual (Res) forms. Soil Pb in Sol-Exch and AOM fractions were increased by manure application significantly. The AOM and ACar forms of Pb were higher in soils treated with the manures and incubated in lower temperature. In contrast, the Sol-Exch and Res chemical forms of Pb were higher in the soils incubated at 37°C. These results may be related to the higher calcium carbonate dissolution and organic matter decomposition because of better biological activity in the soils incubated in higher temperature. The increase of the Res fraction (stable form) in this condition may resulted in lower toxicity and mobility in soil environment.

Keywords

, Lead fractionation, manure application, incubation temperature, calcareous
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author = {Ali Akbar Safari Sinegani and Niko Nikbakht and Banejad, Hossein},
title = {Lead redistribution in a mine soil treated with three manures and incubated at two different temperatures},
journal = {Chemistry and Ecology},
year = {2016},
volume = {32},
number = {6},
month = {February},
issn = {0275-7540},
pages = {520--532},
numpages = {12},
keywords = {Lead fractionation; manure application; incubation temperature; calcareous soil;},
}

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%T Lead redistribution in a mine soil treated with three manures and incubated at two different temperatures
%A Ali Akbar Safari Sinegani
%A Niko Nikbakht
%A Banejad, Hossein
%J Chemistry and Ecology
%@ 0275-7540
%D 2016

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