Content of metals in compartments of ecosystem of a Siberian pond


Тип публикации: статья из журнала

Год издания: 2001

Ключевые слова: aluminum, cadmium, calcium, chromium, copper, heavy metal, iron, lead, magnesium, manganese, nickel, potassium, sodium, zinc, aquatic ecosystem, biological uptake, pond, article, bioaccumulation, ecosystem, fish, nonhuman, priority journal, Russian Federation, sediment, soil pollution, water contamination, Animals, Environmental Monitoring, Fishes, Geologic Sediments, Invertebrates, Metals, Heavy, Plants, Water Pollutants

Аннотация: During three field seasons (June-September) of 1997-99 contents of Na, K, Ca, Mg, Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu, Al, Cr, Ni, Cd, and Pb were determined in compartments of ecosystem (surrounding soils, bottom sediments, water, zoobenthos, macrophytes, and fish) of a fish and recreation pond situated at the edge of Krasnoyarsk City (Siberia, RussiaПоказать полностью). Contents of most parts of metals in soils, water, and macrophytes significantly correlated with each other. As concluded, their contents were determined by natural, general, geochemical peculiarities of the region. Heavy metals, contents of which were higher than federal upper limits of concentration, were revealed. In muscles of fish with different feeding spectra-crucian and perch-concentrations of some metals differed significantly; correlation graphs for metals also had different structures. Comparison of our data with those on diverse aquatic ecosystems of Siberia, Europe, North America, and China published in the last decade was carried out. It was concluded that a distribution of heavy metals in the compartments of an aquatic ecosystem presently have to be determined for each particular water body until general regularities are discovered.

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Журнал: Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology

Выпуск журнала: Vol. 41, Is. 2

Номера страниц: 157-162

ISSN журнала: 00904341


  • Gladyshev M.I. (Institute of Biophysics,Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences)
  • Gribovskaya I.V. (Institute of Biophysics,Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences)
  • Moskvicheva A.V. (Institute of Biophysics,Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences)
  • Muchkina E.Y. (Krasnoyarsk State Agricultural University)
  • Chuprov S.M. (Krasnoyarsk State University)
  • Ivanova E.A. (Krasnoyarsk State Agricultural University)