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Iron isotope fractionation during biogeochemical cycle: Information from suspended particulate matter (SPM) in Aha Lake and its tributaries, Guizhou, China
Liuting; Song; Cong-Qiang Liu; Zhong-Liang Wang; Xiangkun Zhu; Yanguo Teng; Lili Liang; SuohanTang; Jin Li
2011
Source PublicationChemical Geology
Volume280Issue:1–2Pages:170-179
Abstract

Iron isotope compositions of suspended particulate matters (SPM) collected from the Aha Lake, an artificial lake in the karst area of Yun-Gui Plateau, and its tributaries in summer and winter were investigated for our understanding of the behavior of Fe isotopes during iron biogeochemical cycling in lake. δ56Fe values of SPM display statistically negative shift relative to IRMM-014. Samples from the lake display a range from −1.36‰ to −0.10‰ in summer and from −0.30‰ to −0.07‰ in winter, while river samples vary from −0.88‰ to 0.07‰ in summer and from −0.35‰ to −0.03‰ in winter. The average iron isotope composition of aerosol samples is + 0.10‰, which is very similar to that of igneous rocks (0.09‰). The SPM in most rivers and water column showed seasonal variation in δ56Fe value: the δ56Fe values of SPM in summer were lower than in winter. The seasonal variation in δ56Fe value of the riverine SPM should be ascribed to the change in source of particulate Fe and geochemical process in the watershed: More particulate Fe was leached from soil and produced by weathering of pyrite widely distributed in coal-containing strata. It is suggested that both allochthonous inputs and the redox iron cycling control the variations of δ56Fe values for SPM in lake.

During summer stratification, an Fe cycle named “ferrous wheel” is established near the redox boundary where the upwardly diffusing Fe(II) is oxidized and the reactive Fe oxides formed will continuously sink back into the reduction zone to complete the cycle. The δ56Fe values for SPM reach the minima, −0.88‰ for DB station and −1.36‰ for LJK station, just near the redox boundary as a result of the Fe cycling, where a rough 45% to 76% of Fe in these particles was produced by the repetitive cycle. Due to random transportation and diffusion, δ56Fe values of the particles near the redox zone distributed into approximately a Gaussian shape. The good negative correlation existed between δ56Fe values and Fe/Al ratios for DB station, suggesting that they together can be used as good indicators of the redox-driven Fe transformations.

KeywordIron Isotope Suspended Particulate Matter Lake River
Subject Area环境地球化学
Indexed BySCI
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.gyig.ac.cn/handle/352002/7023
Collection环境地球化学国家重点实验室_环境地球化学国家重点实验室_期刊论文
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Liuting,Song,Cong-Qiang Liu,et al. Iron isotope fractionation during biogeochemical cycle: Information from suspended particulate matter (SPM) in Aha Lake and its tributaries, Guizhou, China[J]. Chemical Geology,2011,280(1–2):170-179.
APA Liuting.,Song.,Cong-Qiang Liu.,Zhong-Liang Wang.,Xiangkun Zhu.,...&Jin Li.(2011).Iron isotope fractionation during biogeochemical cycle: Information from suspended particulate matter (SPM) in Aha Lake and its tributaries, Guizhou, China.Chemical Geology,280(1–2),170-179.
MLA Liuting,et al."Iron isotope fractionation during biogeochemical cycle: Information from suspended particulate matter (SPM) in Aha Lake and its tributaries, Guizhou, China".Chemical Geology 280.1–2(2011):170-179.
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