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Phosphorus Fractionations in Sediment of Mankyung and Dongjin River
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Phosphorus Fractionations in Sediment of Mankyung and Dongjin River
Han, Kang-Wan; Son, Jae-Kwon; Cho, Jae-Young; Kim, Hyo-Kyeong; Hwang, Seon-Ah;
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Sediments of Mankyung and Dongjin river were examined on the physico-chemical properties and phosphorus fractionations. The content of total-P in sediment of Mankyung river ranged from 290.1 to 405.4 mg/kg (average = 363.4 mg/kg), while that in sediment of Dongjin river ranged from 304.1 to 431.7 mg/kg (average = 353.6 mg/kg). In both rivers, the total-P was highest in June to September. It is presumed that surficial sediment in arable land flowed into the rivers with rainfall-runoff. Phosphorus fractionations in Mankyung and Dongjin river were apatite-P 52.1% and 42.7%, residual-P 27.3% and 34.2%, nonapatite inorganic-P 18.1% and 22.5%, and adsorbed-P 0.6% and 0.6%, respectively. Adsorbed-P in sediment was the most scarcity fraction. It thus appears that adsorbed phosphorus was not effected in aquatic ecosystem. But nonapatite inorganic-P would be highly released under changes of redox condition and pH in aquatic ecosystem.
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