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Isotopic Composition of Atmospheric Mercury in China: New Evidence for Sources and Transformation Processes in Air and in Vegetation
Yu, Ben; Fu, Xuewu; Yin, Runsheng; Zhang, Hui; Wang, Xun; Lin, Che-Jen; Wu, Chuansheng; Zhang, Yiping; He, Nannan; Fu, Pingqing; Wang, Zifa; Shang, Lihai; Sommar, Jonas; Sonke, Jeroen E.; Maurice, Laurence; Guinot, Benjamin; Feng, Xinbin
2016
Source PublicationENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
ISSN0013-936X
Volume50Issue:17Pages:9262-9269
AbstractThe isotopic composition of atmospheric total gaseous mercury (TGM) and particle-bound mercury (PBM) and mercury (Hg) in litterfall samples have been determined at urban/industrialized and rural sites distributed over mainland China for identifying Hg sources and transformation processes. TGM and PBM near anthropogenic emission sources display negative delta Hg-202 and near-zero Delta Hg-199 in contrast to relatively positive delta Hg-202 and negative Delta Hg-199 observed in remote regions, suggesting that different sources and atmospheric processes force the mass-dependent fractionation (MDF) and mass-independent fractionation (MIF) in the air samples. Both MDF and MIF occur during the uptake of atmospheric Hg by plants, resulting in negative. delta Hg-202 and Delta Hg-199 observed in litter-bound Hg. The linear regression resulting from the scatter plot relating the delta Hg-202 to Delta Hg-199 data in the TGM samples indicates distinct anthropogenic or natural influences at the three study sites. A similar trend was also observed for Hg accumulated in broadleaved deciduous forest foliage grown in areas influenced by anthropogenic emissions. The relatively negative MIF in litter-bound Hg compared to TGM is likely a result of the photochemical reactions of Hg2 in foliage. This study demonstrates the diagnostic stable Hg isotopic composition characteristics for separating atmospheric Hg of different source origins in China and provides the isotopic fractionation clues for the study of Hg bioaccumulation.
Subject AreaEngineering ; Environmental Sciences & Ecology
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.xtbg.org.cn/handle/353005/10431
Collection全球变化研究组
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Yu, Ben,Fu, Xuewu,Yin, Runsheng,et al. Isotopic Composition of Atmospheric Mercury in China: New Evidence for Sources and Transformation Processes in Air and in Vegetation[J]. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY,2016,50(17):9262-9269.
APA Yu, Ben.,Fu, Xuewu.,Yin, Runsheng.,Zhang, Hui.,Wang, Xun.,...&Feng, Xinbin.(2016).Isotopic Composition of Atmospheric Mercury in China: New Evidence for Sources and Transformation Processes in Air and in Vegetation.ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY,50(17),9262-9269.
MLA Yu, Ben,et al."Isotopic Composition of Atmospheric Mercury in China: New Evidence for Sources and Transformation Processes in Air and in Vegetation".ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 50.17(2016):9262-9269.
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