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Distribution, sources and potential toxicological significance of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in surface soils of the Yellow River Delta, China

PAH concentrations of 61 surface soil samples collected from the Yellow River Delta (YRD), China were measured to determine occurrence levels, sources, and potential toxicological significance of PAHs. The total concentrations of ∑PAHs ranged from 27 to 753 ng/g d.w., with a mean of 118 ± 132 ng/g.... Full description

Journal Title: Marine Pollution Bulletin 15 June 2014, Vol.83(1), pp.258-264
Main Author: Yuan, Hongming
Other Authors: Li, Tiegang , Ding, Xigui , Zhao, Guangming , Ye, Siyuan
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 0025-326X ; E-ISSN: 1879-3363 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2014.03.043
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  • Li, Tiegang
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  • PCA
  • Toxic Assessment
  • Yellow River Delta
  • Soils
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Oceanography
ispartof: Marine Pollution Bulletin, 15 June 2014, Vol.83(1), pp.258-264
description: PAH concentrations of 61 surface soil samples collected from the Yellow River Delta (YRD), China were measured to determine occurrence levels, sources, and potential toxicological significance of PAHs. The total concentrations of ∑PAHs ranged from 27 to 753 ng/g d.w., with a mean of 118 ± 132 ng/g. The highest concentrations was found in the mid-southern part of the YRD (753 ng/g), which was associated with the oil exploration. The ratios indicated that the PAHs throughout the YRD were mostly of pyrogenic origin; while various sites in mid-southern part in the region were derived mainly from the petrogenic sources. Multivariate statistical analyses supported that the PAHs in surface soils of the YRD were principally from the coal and biomass combustion, petroleum spills, and/or vehicular emissions. The toxic assessment suggested that the PAHs in soils were at low potential of ecotoxicological contamination level for the YRD.
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