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Evidencing the Impact of Coastal Contaminated Sediments on Mussels Through Pb Stable Isotopes Composition ArchiMer
Huy Dang, Duc; Schafer, Jörg; Brach-papa, Christophe; Lenoble, Veronique; Durrieu, Gael; Dutruch, Lionel; Chiffoleau, Jean-francois; Gonzalez, Jean-louis; Blanc, Gerard; Mullot, Jean-ulrich; Mounier, Stephane; Garnier, Cedric.
Heavily contaminated sediments are a serious concern for ecosystem quality, especially in coastal areas, where vulnerability is high due to intense anthropogenic pressure. Surface sediments (54 stations), 50 cm interface cores (five specific stations), river particles, coal and bulk Pb plate from past French Navy activities, seawater and mussels were collected in Toulon Bay (NW Mediterranean Sea). Lead content and Pb stable isotope composition have evidenced the direct impact of sediment pollution stock on both the water column quality and the living organisms, through the specific Pb isotopic signature in these considered compartments. The history of pollution events including past and present contaminant dispersion in Toulon Bay were also demonstrated by...
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Ano: 2015 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00288/39884/38624.pdf
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Platinum in sediments and mussels from the northwestern Mediterranean coast: temporal and spatial aspects ArchiMer
Abdou, Melina; Schafer, Jorg; Hu, Ruoyu; Gil-diaz, Teba; Garnier, Cedric; Brach-papa, Christophe; Chiffoleau, Jean-francois; Charmasson, Sabine; Giner, Franck; Dutruch, Lionel; Blanc, Gerard.
Platinum (Pt) is considered a Technology Critical Element (TCE) and an emerging metallic contaminant with increasing release into the environment. Gaps in knowledge and understanding of environmental levels, fate and effects of Pt still exist, especially in the marine environment. This work presents Pt concentrations in the northwestern Mediterranean coast including: (i) temporal variability from sediment cores and farmed mussels in the Toulon Bay (historically affected by intense human activities) and (ii) spatial distribution from recent wild mussels collected along ∼ 300 km coastline with contrasting ecosystems (including natural reserves), quantified using voltammetry and inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry. The historical (> 100 years)...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Platinum; Sediments; Mussels; Biomonitoring; Mediterranean coast.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00460/57134/59055.pdf
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Tellurium behaviour in a major European fluvial–estuarine system (Gironde, France): fluxes, solid/liquid partitioning and bioaccumulation in wild oysters ArchiMer
Gil-díaz, Teba; Schäfer, Jörg; Dutruch, Lionel; Bossy, Cécile; Pougnet, Frédérique; Abdou, Melina; Lerat-hardy, Antoine; Pereto, Clément; Derriennic, Hervé; Briant, Nicolas; Sireau, Teddy; Knoery, Joel; Blanc, Gerard.
Tellurium (Te) is a technology critical element (TCE) with largely unknown environmental behaviour, especially in continent-ocean interface systems. The unknown behaviour results from the lack of studies in aquatic environments and from analytical challenges limiting the determination of its naturally low (ultra-trace) environmental levels. We performed a comprehensive study of Te in the Lot–Garonne–Gironde fluvial–estuarine system to better understand seasonal variations, solid/liquid partitioning (Kd), gross fluxes, estuarine dynamics, and transfer to wild oysters at the estuary mouth. A temporal record (2014–2017) of dissolved (Ted) and particulate (Tep) Te concentrations at five sites in the Lot–Garonne River system shows little differences between...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Garonne River; Gironde Estuary; Lot River; RNO; ROCCH; Technology critical element.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00505/61684/65639.pdf
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The estuarine geochemical reactivity of Zn isotopes and its relevance for the biomonitoring of anthropogenic Zn and Cd contaminations from metallurgical activities: Example of the Gironde fluvial-estuarine system, France ArchiMer
Petit, Jerome C. J.; Schafer, Jörg; Coynel, Alexandra; Blanc, Gerard; Chiffoleau, Jean-francois; Auger, Dominique; Bossy, Cecile; Derriennic, Herve; Mikolaczyk, Mathilde; Dutruch, Lionel; Mattielli, Nadine.
Zinc stable isotopes measurements by MC-ICP-MS, validated by laboratory intercalibrations, were performed on wild oysters, suspended particles and filtered river/estuarine water samples to provide new constraints for the use of Zn isotopes as environmental tracers. The samples selected were representative of the long range (400 km) transport of metal (Zn, Cd, etc.) contamination from former Zn-refining activities at Decazeville (i.e. δ66Zn > 1 ‰) and its phasing out, recorded during 30 years in wild oysters from the Gironde Estuary mouth (RNO/ROCCH sample bank). The study also addresses additional anthropogenic sources (urban and viticulture) and focuses on geochemical reactivity of Zn in the turbidity gradient and the maximum turbidity zone (MTZ) of...
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Ano: 2015 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00277/38852/37390.pdf
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