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Humic Substances in Soil, Sediment, and Water
George R. Aiken
by Krieger Pub Co
Written in English
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Get this from a library! Humic substances in soil, sediment, and water: geochemistry, isolation, and characterization. [George R Aiken;]. Humic substances (HS) are major components of the natural organic matter (NOM) in soil and water as well as in geological organic deposits such as lake, sediments, peats, brown coals and shales (Eglinton and Murphy, ; Malcolm, ; Kraska, Szyper and Roacrowicz, ).
Humic substances exert a dominant influence on several important parallel geochemical pathways of Hg, including binding, transformation, and transport processes. Significant differences exist between the Hg‐hs associations in floodplains and sediments. Both humic acids (ha) and fulvic acids (fa) contribute to Hg binding in the sediments. Title: Humic Substances in Soil, Sediment, and Water. Authors: Aiken, G. R.; McKnight, D. M.; Wershaw, R. L.; MacCarthy, P. Publication: Soil Science, vol.
Humic acid, one of two classes of natural acidic organic polymer that can be extracted from humus found in soil, sediment, or aquatic process by which humic acid forms in humus is not well understood, but the consensus is that it accumulates gradually as a residue from the metabolism of microorganisms. Its structure is unlike that of proteins or carbohydrates, the two most. adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A.
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Humic Substances in Soil, Sediment, and Water: Geochemistry, Isolation, and Characterization 1st Edition by George R. Aiken (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Format: Hardcover. Clive A. Edwards, "Humic Substances in Soil, Sediment, and Water: Geochemistry, Isolation, and Characterization. George R. Aiken, Diane M. McKnight, Robert L. A comprehensive and critical geochemical overview of the nature and functions of humic substances in such diverse environments as soil, peat, groundwater, salt and fresh water.
From inside the book. Not Available Book Review: Humic substances in soil, sediment and water. edited by G.R. Aiken, D.M. McKnight, R.L. Wershaw and P. MacCarthy,Wiley-Interscience Cited by: book Humic substances in soil, sediment, and water: geochemistry, isolation, and characterization George R Aiken Published in in New York NY) by WileyCited by: Book: Humic substances in soil, sediment, and water: geochemistry, isolation and characterization.
pppp. Abstract: This book is a comprehensive overview of the nature and functions of humic substances in diverse environments. Bibliography Bibliography: p.
Contents. An Introduction to Humic Substances in Soil, Sediment, and Water-- GEOCHEMISTRY OF HUMIC SUBSTANCES: Geochemistry of Soil Humic Substances-- Geochemistry of Humic Substances in Natural and Cultivated Peatlands-- Humic Substances in Groundwater-- And Water book and Ecological Role of Humic Substances in Lakewater-- Geochemistry of Humic Substances.
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Introduction. Organic carbon compounds are a ubiquitous and essential constituent in sedimentary systems. They fuel virtually all biogeochemical cycles, and are important reservoirs for the major elements of living systems: carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorous, and sulfur.
The physiology of living organisms combined with physicochemical transformations occurring during sediment burial and lithification. Centrifuge to separate the humic acid (HA) from the fulvic acid (FA) fraction. Wash HA with water until wash is negative to the AgNO 3 test for chloride. Add sufficient M NaOH to dissolve HA and then acidify by passing through a strong acid resin column.
Summary. 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 acid.
The use of coal-based humic substances for soil enhancement, water purification and soil remediation as an alternative to present methods is explored. Comprehensive, with contributions from international experts, "Humic Substances" will have a broad appeal to researchers in many disciplines, including agricultural and environmental science.4/5(1).
Humic substances (HS) are an operationally defined fraction of soil organic matter, and they represent the largest pool of recalcitrant organic carbon in the terrestrial environment.
It has traditionally been thought that extractable HS consist of novel categories of Cited by: The dark-coloured supernatant liquor containing both humic acid and fulvic acid was decanted and the supernatant was acidified to pH 1 using 6 M hydrochloric acid.
Different fractionation periods. Humic Substances in Soil, Sediment, and Water 出版社: Krieger Pub Co 副标题: Geochemistry, Isolation, and Characterization 出版年: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: Agnelli A, Celi L, Corti G, Condello L. Organic matter stabilization in soil aggregates and rock fragments as revealed by low-temperature ashing (LTA) oxidation.
Soil Biol Biochem. â€“ Aiken G R, McKnight D M, Wershaw R L, MacCarthy P. Humic Substances in Soil, Sediment, and Water. Wiley, New York. Aoyama M. Author: Sen Dou, Jun Shan, Xiangyun Song, Rui Cao, Meng Wu, Chenglin Li, Song Guan. Humic substances are ubiquitous in the environment. These remarkable brown biomaterials are found in animals, plants, coals, sediments, soils and water.
They are crucial components of the carbon cycle and other life by: Humic Substances in Soil, Sediment and Water. New York: Wiley Interscience. Google Scholar. Crossey L.J. () Humic substances in sediments. In: Sedimentology. Encyclopedia of Earth Science.
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Humic substances are generally seen as i mportant soil and natural water components. They are They are formed during humification of organic matter by soil microorganisms. " An introduction to humic substances in soil, sediment, and water " Bibliographic information Language: English In AGRIS since: Publisher: Wiley All titles " An introduction to humic substances in soil, sediment, and water " × Cited by:.
Characterization of Humic Substances in Sediment on Joumine Reservoir in Tunisia. Atsushi KAWACHI*1), Parida Y AMADA1), Mitsuteru I RIE1) and Hiroko I SODA1). Abstract: In arid and semi-arid land, the rehabilitation of reservoirs such as sediment dredging is necessary in order to utilize the water resource sustainably, but it has not been carried out due to its high cost of operation in.Humic Substances in Soil and Crop Sciences comprises the contributions of renowned scientists from around the world working in the field of humic substances research.
Chapters 2 through 9 in this book were invited contributions presented at a symposium cosponsored by the International Humic Substances Society and divisions of the American.
A simple method based on diffuse reflectance coupled with infrared Fourier transform spectroscopy (DRIFTS) has been developed for the quantification and the characterization of sedimentary (or soil, peat, etc.) humic substances.
Under optimized conditions, the quantification of humic substances or total organic matter is possible with DRIFTS at a frequency of cm-1 using whole dry sediment Cited by: