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Fractionation and distribution of risk elements in soil profiles at a Czech shooting range

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    SYSNO ASEP0425908
    Druh ASEPJ - Článek v odborném periodiku
    Zařazení RIVJ - Článek v odborném periodiku
    Poddruh JČlánek ve WOS
    NázevFractionation and distribution of risk elements in soil profiles at a Czech shooting range
    Tvůrce(i) Ash, C. (CZ)
    Tejnecký, V. (CZ)
    Šebek, O. (CZ)
    Němeček, K. (CZ)
    Žahourová-Dubová, L. (CZ)
    Bakardjieva, Snejana (UACH-T) RID, SAI
    Drahota, P. (CZ)
    Drábek, O. (CZ)
    Zdroj.dok.Plant, Soil and Environment - ISSN 1214-1178
    Roč. 59, č. 3 (2013), s. 121-129
    Poč.str.9 s.
    Jazyk dok.eng - angličtina
    Země vyd.CZ - Česká republika
    Klíč. slovalead ; inorganic contaminants ; BCR sequential extraction ; soil probe ; alkaline soil
    Vědní obor RIVCA - Anorganická chemie
    Institucionální podporaUACH-T - RVO:61388980
    UT WOS000317967200005
    AnotaceThe fractionation and vertical distribution of risk elements in soil profiles at a shooting range characterized by alkaline soil were studied. High loading rates of lead (Pb) and antimony (Sb) were observed in the upper 30 cm of soil. Copper (Cu) contents are elevated compared to control soil but do not exceed guideline limits for agricultural soil. Zinc (Zn) and nickel (Ni) did not occur in excessive levels; however, easily mobilizable Zn fraction was higher in surface samples, whereas Ni appears to be relatively immobile. Pb and Cu loading in surface soils can be identified as fraction distributions are easily distinguished from those of non-polluted soils. At the firing line Cu, Sb and Zn are most abundant whereas Ni and Pb are concentrated at the target zone. Sequential extraction procedures proved effective for the monitoring of shooting range soils. However, data should be backed by other scenario dependent analyses to confirm the environmental fate of shooting range contaminants.
    PracovištěÚstav anorganické chemie
    KontaktJana Kroneislová, krone@iic.cas.cz, Tel.: 311 236 931
    Rok sběru2014