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论文题目: Distribution and release of phosphorus fractions associated with soil aggregate structure in restored wetlands
英文论文题目: Distribution and release of phosphorus fractions associated with soil aggregate structure in restored wetlands
第一作者: Cui, H.
英文第一作者: Cui, H.
联系作者: 王莉霞
英文联系作者: Li X.Wang
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发表年度: 2019
卷: 223
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页码: 319-329
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Phosphorus, a dominating element responsible for eutrophication, is a potential limiting nutrient in wetland ecosystem. In this study, the release risk of phosphorus was evaluated by investigating the distribution of phosphorus fractions in different grain-sizes of soil aggregates in wetlands with restoration durations of 1, 2, 3, 5, 13 or 19 years. The results showed that the soil aggregate structure tended to be stable when paddy fields were changed into wetland, though aggregate structure first condensed fine-aggregates (<0.25mm) into coarse-aggregates (>0.25mm), which was then reversed until the process stabilized after 5 restoration years. With the exception of labile inorganic phosphorus (L-Pi), which continuously decreased within extended abandoned period, total phosphorus (TP), labile organic phosphorus (L-Po), moderately labile organic phosphorus (Ml-Po), iron-aluminum bound phosphorus (Fe·Al-P), calcium-magnesium bound phosphorus (Ca·Mg-P), humic phosphorus (Hu-P) and residual phosphorus (Re-P) concentrations presented a unimodal tendency with a peak at the 2nd or 3rd restoration year, respectively. TP, L-Pi, L-Po and Re-P tended to decrease with decreasing soil aggregate grain-size, and Ml-Po was enriched in small macro-aggregates (0.251mm) and micro-aggregates (0.0530.25mm). Macro-aggregates carried Fe·Al-P and Ca·Mg-P. Adsorption isotherm simulation results demonstrated that the retention capacity for phosphorus of a restored wetland first increased and then decreased with extended abandonment period, and macro-aggregates showed a considerable capacity to retain phosphorus. Fe.Al-P and Hu-P had potential release risk with approximate amounts of 197.25337.25mgkg1 and 131.28185.72mgkg1, in associated with anaerobic environment and aggregate structure.

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Phosphorus, a dominating element responsible for eutrophication, is a potential limiting nutrient in wetland ecosystem. In this study, the release risk of phosphorus was evaluated by investigating the distribution of phosphorus fractions in different grain-sizes of soil aggregates in wetlands with restoration durations of 1, 2, 3, 5, 13 or 19 years. The results showed that the soil aggregate structure tended to be stable when paddy fields were changed into wetland, though aggregate structure first condensed fine-aggregates (<0.25mm) into coarse-aggregates (>0.25mm), which was then reversed until the process stabilized after 5 restoration years. With the exception of labile inorganic phosphorus (L-Pi), which continuously decreased within extended abandoned period, total phosphorus (TP), labile organic phosphorus (L-Po), moderately labile organic phosphorus (Ml-Po), iron-aluminum bound phosphorus (Fe·Al-P), calcium-magnesium bound phosphorus (Ca·Mg-P), humic phosphorus (Hu-P) and residual phosphorus (Re-P) concentrations presented a unimodal tendency with a peak at the 2nd or 3rd restoration year, respectively. TP, L-Pi, L-Po and Re-P tended to decrease with decreasing soil aggregate grain-size, and Ml-Po was enriched in small macro-aggregates (0.251mm) and micro-aggregates (0.0530.25mm). Macro-aggregates carried Fe·Al-P and Ca·Mg-P. Adsorption isotherm simulation results demonstrated that the retention capacity for phosphorus of a restored wetland first increased and then decreased with extended abandonment period, and macro-aggregates showed a considerable capacity to retain phosphorus. Fe.Al-P and Hu-P had potential release risk with approximate amounts of 197.25337.25mgkg1 and 131.28185.72mgkg1, in associated with anaerobic environment and aggregate structure.

刊物名称: Chemosphere
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参与作者: H. Cui, Y. Ou, L. X. Wang, H. T. Wu, B. X. Yan and Y. X. Li
英文参与作者: H. Cui, Y. Ou, L. X. Wang, H. T. Wu, B. X. Yan and Y. X. Li