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Evaluation of chemical elements in topsoil of Hebei Plain

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Authors:Cui Xingtao; Luan Wenlou; Li Jun; Li Suimin; Song Zefeng
Author Affiliations:Primary:
Shijiazhuang University of Economics, Institute of Resource and Environmental Engineering, Shijiazhuang, China
Other:
Shijiazhuang Bureau of Hydrology and Water Resources, China
Volume Title:Xiandai Dizhi Geoscience
Source:Xiandai Dizhi = Geoscience, 25(3), p.569-574. Publisher: China University of Geosciences, Beijing, China. ISSN: 1000-8527
Publication Date:2011
Note:In Chinese with English summary. 15 refs.; illus., incl. 5 tables
Summary:This paper evaluates the elements of Hebei plain topsoil by referring to the three aspects of soil quality. Study shows that elements reflecting soil fertility quality are in a rich or fitting state, but the other ones including TOC, N, P, alkali-hydrolyzable N, Zn, Mo, effective Mo, effective B are insufficient, especially TOC, Mo, effective Mo are deeply lacking. According to Soil Environmental Quality Standard(GB-15618-95),it suggests that the environment of Hebei Plain heavy metal elements are favorable, and the exceeding-standard rate of these elements is very low. And the analysis of these heavy metal elements form shows that the bio-availability and potential harmfulness of Cd is much large and it is the most ecologically harmful element in the area. Among the elements which reflect the quality of soil health, F is rich or fitting while I is in relatively lacking state.
Subjects:Chemical composition; Chemical elements; Evaluation; Fertilization; Geochemistry; Heavy metals; Pollution; Soil pollution; Soils; Topsoil; Asia; China; Far East; Hebei China; Hebei Plain
Record ID:701596-19
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