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Sulfate reduction in a forested catchment as indicated by delta S-34 values of sulfate in soil solutions end runoff
JournalArticle (Originalarbeit in einer wissenschaftlichen Zeitschrift)
 
ID 86918
Author(s) Alewell, C.; Giesemann, A.
Author(s) at UniBasel Alewell, Christine
Year 1996
Title Sulfate reduction in a forested catchment as indicated by delta S-34 values of sulfate in soil solutions end runoff
Journal Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies
Volume 32
Number 2-3
Pages / Article-Number 203-210
Keywords ecosystem studies, forested catchments, stable isotopes, sulfate reduction, sulfur 34
Abstract In a forested catchment in the Fichtelgebirge mountains (NE-Bavaria, Germany) the long term SO42- budget (average 1988-1994) indicated that about 40% of the input with throughfall (16.8 kg SO42- S . ha(-1). yr(-1)) was retained in the catchment. Ln order to identify processes acting as potential SO42- sinks, delta(34)S values of SO42- in soil solutions and runoff were measured between May and November 1994. delta(34)S values of the runoff and the fen were higher (5.8 parts per thousand) than the delta(34)S values of the soil solution of the oxic soils in the terrestrial area (3.9 parts per thousand). Because there is no lithogenic S source within the catchment, it can be assumed that SO42- deposition is the only S source in the catchment. Thus the results were interpreted as a result of SO42- reduction within the catchment, because the uptake of S-32 is favoured during the dissimilatory SO42- reduction and S-34 is consequently enriched in the soil solution. To estimate the amount of SO42- reduced isotopic fractionation Factors between -9 parts per thousand and -46 parts per thousand, were considered, resulting in SO42- reduction rates of 1.8-9.3 kg SO42-S . ha(-1). yr(-1). It was concluded that besides dissimilatory SO42- reduction another sink exists in the catchment (e.g. SO42- sorption in deep soil layers).
Publisher Taylor & Francis
ISSN/ISBN 1025-6016 ; 1477-2639
edoc-URL http://edoc.unibas.ch/dok/A5251189
Full Text on edoc No
Digital Object Identifier DOI 10.1080/10256019608036312
ISI-Number WOS:A1996VN50600011
Document type (ISI) ArticleProceedings Paper
 
   

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