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Humic Substances in the Aquatic and Terrestrial Environment

B. Allard

Humic Substances in the Aquatic and Terrestrial Environment

Proceedings of an International Symposium Linkoping, Sweden, August 21-23, 1989 (Lectur)

by B. Allard

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Published by Springer .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsA. Grimvall (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages528
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7446718M
ISBN 100387537023
ISBN 109780387537023

The conceptual rigor of using organic materials extracted from soil by alkali, called humic substances, as proxies for soil organic matter has been questioned for almost r, the humic substances paradigm, i.e., the understanding that alkali‐extracted humic substances are newly synthesized materials with unique properties that are distinct from non‐humic organic matter. Christiansen, JV & Carlsen, L , Iodinated humic acids. in B Allard, H Borén & A Grimvall (eds), Humic substances in the aquatic and terrestrial environment. Springer, Berlin, Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences, 33, pp. , International symposium on humic substances in the aquatic and terrestrial environment, Linköping, Aug, 01/01/

  Humic substances (HS) are heterogeneous, redox-active organic macromolecules. While electron transfer to and from HS under reducing conditions is well investigated, comparatively little is known on the electron donating (i.e., antioxidant) properties of HS under oxic conditions. In this work, the electron donating capacities (EDCs) of terrestrial and aquatic HS were quantified by mediated. USA, chaired the first-ever international humic substances meeting at the University of North Carolina. The meeting was sponsored by NIVA and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). One important result of the meeting was the book “Aquatic and Terrestrial Humic Substances in the Environment” (Christman and Gjessing ).

  The field of humic matter research has undergone drastic changes in concepts and principles since the first edition of Humic Matter in Soil and the Environment: Principles and Controversies was published more than a decade ago. Still the only book of its kind specifically addressing humic acid principles and controversies, the Second Edition presents the newest advances in humic Format: Hardcover. Humic acid, fulvic acid, tannins, and lignins occur abundantly throughout the aquatic environment in marshes, lakes, streams, rivers, and to a lesser extent the sea. Dissolved humic material can be divided into two main fractions, humic acid and fulvic acid, based on their solubility in acid and alkali.


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Humic Substances in the Aquatic and Terrestrial Environment Proceedings of an International Symposium Linköping, Sweden, August 21–23, As a service to all scientists who are interested in humic substances, we have compiled a list of reference books dealing with humic substances in soils, sediments, and natural waters.

We need input from readers to keep this list up-to-date. If you know of a good book. Humic Substances in the Aquatic and Terrestrial Environment Proceedings of an International Symposium Linköping, Sweden, August 21–23, Editors: Allard, Bert, Boren, Hans, Grimvall, Anders (Eds.) Free Preview.

Pris: kr. Häftad, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Humic Substances in the Aquatic and Terrestrial Environment av Bert Allard, Hans Boren, Anders Grimvall på Humic Substances in Terrestrial Ecosystems. Book • Edited by: This chapter focuses on the DOM's ecological role in the unsaturated zone, with the saturated zone and the surface aquatic ecosystems being peripherally considered.

The relation of the DOM to other ecological components in soil is influenced by two types of fluxes. Purchase Humic Substances in Terrestrial Ecosystems - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNDeborah A.

Bronk, in Biogeochemistry of Marine Dissolved Organic Matter, 4. Humic Substances. Humic substances constitute a large reservoir of organic C and N in both aquatic and terrestrial systems (Mantoura et al., ).Humic substances have long been recognized for their ability to chelate organometallic substances, thereby making trace metals more available to phytoplankton (Prakash.

The major divisions include: early studies of aquatic humus, overview of isolation procedures, amount of humic substances in water, elemental composition of aquatic humus, functional group analysis, molecular weight, characterization by spectroscopy, trace components of humic substances, characterization by chromatography, chemical degradation.

The singlet oxygen (1 O 2) luminescence of 27 isolated humic substances (HS), natural organic matter, ultrafiltrates, and the synthetic fulvic acid HS has been investigated by time-resolved spectroscopy in buffered D 2 samples include both reverse osmosis isolates from lakes in Scandinavia, Canada, and Germany, and IHSS fulvic and humic acids of aquatic and terrestrial origin.

The study of soil humic substances is much older than the study of aquatic humic substances. Jöns Jakob Berzelius ( – ), a Swedish chemist and professor of medicine and pharmacy, was the first who introduced aquatic humic substances.

In he extracted humic substances from a spring in Sweden (Figure 4). He called. Maria De Nobili, Comment on “Humic Substances Extracted by Alkali Are Invalid Proxies for the Dynamics and Functions of Organic Matter in Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystems,” by Kleber and Lehmann (), Journal of Environmental Quality, /jeqle, 48, 4.

HUMIC substances are heterogeneous high-molecular-weight organic materials which are ubiquitous in terrestrial and aquatic environments. They are resistant to. Despite many studies on the toxicity of nanoplastic particles (NPPs) to aquatic invertebrates, the effects of ecological constituents such as humic substances (HSs) are often neglected.

In our study, Daphnia magna was used to evaluate the effects of three HSs, natural organic matter (NOM), fulvic acid (FA), and humic acid (HA), on NPP toxicity and corona formation. Acute toxicities of NPPs. In book: Humic Substances in the Aquatic and Terrestrial Environment, pp Aquatic humic substances are shown to indirectly influence the Kow value of MCPA by affecting the pH of the.

dant aquatic systems are given in Table 2. Humic matter in aquatic systems can be attributed to two main sources: 1) Terrestrial origin from plants and soil (allochtonous substances).

2) Material resulting from biological activ-ities within the water body itself (au-thochtonous substances). In addition, water from waste water treat.

Dear colleagues, Humic substances (HS) are macromolecular organic materials ubiquitous in both aquatic and terrestrial systems. They are produced from plant material decay and contain highly varying combinations of organic molecules constituting a large reservoir of. “Molecular structures and associations of humic substances in the terrestrial environment”, Natur wissenschaften, vol, pp.

84–88, [ PubMed ]   Book Description. The field of humic matter research has undergone drastic changes in concepts and principles since the first edition of Humic Matter in Soil and the Environment: Principles and Controversies was published more than a decade ago.

Still the only book of its kind specifically addressing humic acid principles and controversies, the Second Edition presents the newest. Humic substances occur in all kinds of aquatic systems, but are particularly important in northern, coniferous areas.

They strongly modify the aquatic ecosystems and also constitute a major problem in the drinking water volume covers all aspects of aquatic humic substances, from their.

The influence of aquatic humic substances on the octanol/water partition coefficient (Kow) of pesticides and trace elements at different pH values.- The contradictory biological behavior of humic substances in the aquatic environment.- Effects of humic substances from different sources on growth and nutrient content of cucumber plants.

Book Review: Humic substances in the aquatic and terrestrial environment. Lecture notes in earth sciences edited by B. Allard, H. Borén, and A. Grimvall. Springer-Verlag,p., US $ (ISBN ). Introduction. Humic substances (HS) are the largest constituent of soil organic matter (∼60%) and are considered as a key component of the terrestrial ecosystem, being responsible for many complex chemical reactions in soil.

1 They can not be decomposed readily because of their intimate interactions with soil mineral phases and are chemically too complex to be used by micro organisms.Humic substances are organic compounds that are important components of humus, the major organic fraction of soil, peat, and coal (and also a constituent of many upland streams, dystrophic lakes, and ocean water).For a long era in the 19th and 20th centuries, humic substances were often viewed through a lens of acid–base theory that described humic acids, as organic acids, and their.