Eurasian Journal of Soil Science

Volume 9, Issue 4, Oct 2020, Pages 356-361
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.785430
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Bauer,T., Minkina,T., Sushkova,S., Rajput,V., Tereshenko,A., Nazarenko,A., Mandzhieva,S., Sushkov,A., 2020. Mechanisms of copper immobilization in Fluvisol after the carbon sorbent applying . Eurasian J Soil Sci 9(4):356-361. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.785430
Bauer,T.Minkina,T.Sushkova,S.,Rajput,V.Tereshenko,A.Nazarenko,A.Mandzhieva,S.,& Sushkov,A. Mechanisms of copper immobilization in Fluvisol after the carbon sorbent applying Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 9(4):356-361. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.785430
Bauer,T.Minkina,T.Sushkova,S.,Rajput,V.Tereshenko,A.Nazarenko,A.Mandzhieva,S., and ,Sushkov,A."Mechanisms of copper immobilization in Fluvisol after the carbon sorbent applying " Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 9.4 (2020):356-361. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.785430
Bauer,T.Minkina,T.Sushkova,S.,Rajput,V.Tereshenko,A.Nazarenko,A.Mandzhieva,S., and ,Sushkov,A. "Mechanisms of copper immobilization in Fluvisol after the carbon sorbent applying " Eurasian Journal of Soil Science,9(Oct 2020):356-361 DOI : 10.18393/ejss.785430
T,Bauer.T,Minkina.S,Sushkova.V,Rajput.A,Tereshenko.A,Nazarenko.S,Mandzhieva.A,Sushkov "Mechanisms of copper immobilization in Fluvisol after the carbon sorbent applying " Eurasian J. Soil Sci, vol.9, no.4, pp.356-361 (Oct 2020), DOI : 10.18393/ejss.785430
Bauer,Tatiana ;Minkina,Tatiana ;Sushkova,Svetlana ;Rajput,Vishnu ;Tereshenko,Andrei ;Nazarenko,Aleksandr ;Mandzhieva,Saglara ;Sushkov,Andrey Mechanisms of copper immobilization in Fluvisol after the carbon sorbent applying . Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, (2020),9.4:356-361. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.785430

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Bauer, T., Minkina, T., Sushkova, S., Rajput, V., Tereshenko, A., Nazarenko, A., Mandzhieva, S., Sushkov, A., 2020. Mechanisms of copper immobilization in Fluvisol after the carbon sorbent applying . Eurasian J. Soil Sci. 9(4): 356-361. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.785430

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Tatiana Bauer , Federal Research Center the Southern Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Tatiana Minkina , Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Svetlana Sushkova , Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Vishnu Rajput , Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Andrei Tereshenko , Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Aleksandr Nazarenko , Federal Research Center the Southern Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Saglara Mandzhieva , Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Andrey Sushkov , Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia

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Article first published online : 25 Aug 2020
Manuscript Accepted : 19 Aug 2020
Manuscript Received: 17 Sep 2019
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.785430
Stable URL: http://ejss.fesss.org/10.18393/ejss.785430

Abstract

Biochar is widely used sorbent for soil remediation but the mechanism of its effect on immobilization of metals and particular processes of metal transformation are still unclear. We designed an incubation experiment to investigate the impact of wood biochar to copper (Cu) contamination in Calcaric Fluvisols Loamic. The efficiency of biochar implementation for reduction of Cu mobility in soil has been studied using combined method of heavy metal fractioning (Minkina et al., 2013). It was shown that the use of sorbent into polluted soil results in the change of fraction-group composition of metal compounds, fixation of Cu due to reduction of weakly bound forms and increase of the part of residual and metal fractions strongly bound with organic matter. Decrease of pollutant mobility occurs along an increase of the dose of a sorbent. The greater effect was observed after use of biochar in the concentration 2.5 %. Thus, the present study demonstrates the possible remediation of soil contaminated by heavy metals using biochar and provides a particular strategy for remediation of soils contaminated with Cu.

Keywords

Biochar, calcaric fluvisols loamic, loosely bound compounds, copper, remediation.

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References

Ahmad, M., Rajapaksha, A.U., Lim, J.E., Zhang, M., Bolan, N., Mohan, D., Vithanage, M., Lee, S.S., Ok, Y.S., 2014. Biochar as a sorbent for contaminant management in soil and water: A review. Chemosphere 99: 19–33.

Ahmad, M., Usman, A.R.A., Al-Faraj, A.S., Ahmad, M., Sallam, A., Al-Wabel, M.I., 2018. Phosphorus-loaded biochar changes soil heavy metals availability and uptake potential of maize (Zea mays L.) plants. Chemosphere 194: 327-339.

Burachevskaya, M., Minkina, T., Bauer, T., Mandzhieva, S., Gülser, C., Kızılkaya, R., Sushkova, S., Rajput, V., 2020. Assessment of extraction methods for studying the fractional composition of Cu and Zn in uncontaminated and contaminated soils. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 9(3): 231-241.

Cao, X., Harris, W., 2010. Properties of dairy-manure-derived biochar pertinent to its potential use in remediation. Bioresource Technology 101(14): 5222-5228.

GN 2.1.7.2511-09, 2009. Approximate permissible concentrations of chemical substances in soil approved by the Chief State sanitary physician of the Russian Federation.

GOST (State Standard) 7657-84: Charcoal. Specifications. Moscow: Izd. Standartov, 1976. 7.

Houben, D., Evrard, L., Sonnet, P., 2013. Beneficial effects of biochar application to contaminated soils on the bioavailability of Cd, Pb and Zn and the biomass production of rapeseed (Brassica napus L.). Biomass and Bioenergy 57: 196-204.

Huggins, T.M., Haeger, A., Biffinger, J.C., Ren, Z.J., 2016. Granular biochar compared with activated carbon for wastewater treatment and resource recovery. Water Research 94: 225-232.

Ju, W.L., Liu, L.Q., Fang, L.C., Cui, Y.X., Duan, C.J., Wu, H., 2019. Impact of co-inoculation with plant-growth-promoting rhizobacteria and rhizobium on the biochemical responses of alfalfa-soil system in copper contaminated soil. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 167: 218-226.

Kabata-Pendias, A., 2011. Trace Elements in Soil and Plants. CRC Press, Boca Raton, USA. 548p.

Kars, N., Dengiz, O., 2020. Assessment of potential ecological risk index based on heavy metal elements for organic farming in micro catchments under humid ecological condition. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 9(3): 194-201.

Laird, D.A., Fleming, P., Davis, D.D., Horton, R., Wang, B., Karlen, D.L., 2010. Impact of biochar amendments on the quality of a typical Midwestern agricultural soil. Geoderma 158(3-4): 443–449.

Lamaming, J., Hashim, R., Sulaiman, O., Leh, C.P., Sugimoto, T., Nordin, N.A., 2015. Cellulose nanocrystals isolated from oil palm trunk. Carbohydrate Polymers 127: 202-208.

Li, S., Chen, G., 2018. Thermogravimetric, thermochemical, and infrared spectral characterization of feedstocks and biochar derived at different pyrolysis temperatures. Waste Management 78: 198-207.

Lomaglio, T., Hattab-Hambli, N., Miard, F., Lebrun, M., Nandillon, R., Trupiano, D., Scippa, G.S., Gauthier, A., Motelica-Heino, M., Bourgerie, S., Morabito, D., 2017. Cd, Pb, and Zn mobility and (bio)availability in contaminated soils from a former smelting site amended with biochar. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25: 25744-25756.

Minkina, T.M., Mandzhieva, S.S., Burachevskaya, M.V., Bauer, T.V., Sushkova, S.N., 2018. Method of determining loosely bound compounds of heavy metals in the soil. MethodsX 5:217-226.  

Minkina, T.M., Motuzova, G.V., Mandzhieva, S.S., Nazarenko, O.G., Burachevskaya, M.V., Antonenko, E.M., 2013. Fractional and group composition of the Mn, Cr, Ni, and Cd compounds in the soils of technogenic landscapes in the impact zone of the Novocherkassk Power Station. Eurasian Soil Science 46(4): 375-385.

O'Connor, D., Peng, T., Zhang, J., Tsang, D.S.W., Alessi, D.S., Shen, Z., Bolan, N.S., Hou, D., 2018. Biochar application for the remediation of heavy metal polluted land: A review of in situ field trials. Science of The Total Environment 619: 815-826.

Poucke, R.V., Ainsworth, J., Maeseele, M., Ok, Y.S., Meers, E., 2018. Tack Chemical stabilization of Cd-contaminated soil using biochar. Applied Geochemistry 88: 122-130.

Rees, F., Simonnot, M.O., Morel, J.L., 2014. Short-term effects of biochar on soil heavy metal mobility are controlled by intra-particle diffusion and soil pH increase. European Journal of Soil Science 65(1): 149-161.

Schloter, M., Nannipieri, P., Sorensen, S.J., Elsas, J.D.V., 2017. Microbial indicators for soil quality. Biology and Fertility of Soils 54: 1-10.

Shen, F., Liao, R., Ali, A., Mahar, A., Guo, D., Li, R., Sun, X., Awasthi, M.K., Wang, Q., Zhang, Z., 2017. Spatial distribution and risk assessment of heavy metals in soil near a Pb/Zn smelter in Feng county, China. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 139: 254-262.

Tessier, A., Campbell, P.G.C., Bisson, M., 1979. Sequential extraction procedure for the speciation of particulate trace metals. Analytical Chemistry 51(7): 844-850.

Violante, A., Cozzolino, V., Perelomov, L., Caporale, A.G., Pigna, M., 2010. Mobility and bioavailability of heavy metals and metalloids in soil environments. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 10: 268-292.

Wang, H-T., Ding, J., Chi, Q.-Q., Li, G., Pu, Q., Xiao, Z-F., Xue, X-M., 2020. The effect of biochar on soil-plant-earthworm-bacteria system in metal(loid) contaminated soil. Environmental Pollution 263: 114610. 

Wang, Y., Wang, R., Fan, L., Chen, T., Bai, Y., Yu, Q., Liu, Y., 2017. Assessment of multiple exposure to chemical elements and health risks among residents near Huodehong lead-zinc mining area in Yunnan, Southwest China. Chemosphere 174: 613-627.

Warnock, D.D., Lehmann, J., Kuyper, T.W., Rillig, M.C., 2007. Mycorrhizal responses to biochar in soil – concepts and mechanisms. Plant and Soil 300: 9-20.

Wood, J.L., Tang, C., Franks, A.E., 2016. Microbial associated plant growth and heavy metal accumulation to improve phytoextraction of contaminated soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 103: 131-137.

Zota, A.R., Willis, R., Jim, R., Norris, G.A., Shine, J.P., Duvall, R.M., Schaider, L.A., Spengler, J.D., 2009. Impact of mine waste on airborne respirable particulates in Northeastern Oklahoma, United States. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 59(11): 1347-1357.

Abstract

Biochar is widely used sorbent for soil remediation but the mechanism of its effect on immobilization of metals and particular processes of metal transformation are still unclear. We designed an incubation experiment to investigate the impact of wood biochar to copper (Cu) contamination in Calcaric Fluvisols Loamic. The efficiency of biochar implementation for reduction of Cu mobility in soil has been studied using combined method of heavy metal fractioning (Minkina et al., 2013). It was shown that the use of sorbent into polluted soil results in the change of fraction-group composition of metal compounds, fixation of Cu due to reduction of weakly bound forms and increase of the part of residual and metal fractions strongly bound with organic matter. Decrease of pollutant mobility occurs along an increase of the dose of a sorbent. The greater effect was observed after use of biochar in the concentration 2.5 %. Thus, the present study demonstrates the possible remediation of soil contaminated by heavy metals using biochar and provides a particular strategy for remediation of soils contaminated with Cu.

Keywords: Biochar, calcaric fluvisols loamic, loosely bound compounds, copper, remediation.

References

Ahmad, M., Rajapaksha, A.U., Lim, J.E., Zhang, M., Bolan, N., Mohan, D., Vithanage, M., Lee, S.S., Ok, Y.S., 2014. Biochar as a sorbent for contaminant management in soil and water: A review. Chemosphere 99: 19–33.

Ahmad, M., Usman, A.R.A., Al-Faraj, A.S., Ahmad, M., Sallam, A., Al-Wabel, M.I., 2018. Phosphorus-loaded biochar changes soil heavy metals availability and uptake potential of maize (Zea mays L.) plants. Chemosphere 194: 327-339.

Burachevskaya, M., Minkina, T., Bauer, T., Mandzhieva, S., Gülser, C., Kızılkaya, R., Sushkova, S., Rajput, V., 2020. Assessment of extraction methods for studying the fractional composition of Cu and Zn in uncontaminated and contaminated soils. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 9(3): 231-241.

Cao, X., Harris, W., 2010. Properties of dairy-manure-derived biochar pertinent to its potential use in remediation. Bioresource Technology 101(14): 5222-5228.

GN 2.1.7.2511-09, 2009. Approximate permissible concentrations of chemical substances in soil approved by the Chief State sanitary physician of the Russian Federation.

GOST (State Standard) 7657-84: Charcoal. Specifications. Moscow: Izd. Standartov, 1976. 7.

Houben, D., Evrard, L., Sonnet, P., 2013. Beneficial effects of biochar application to contaminated soils on the bioavailability of Cd, Pb and Zn and the biomass production of rapeseed (Brassica napus L.). Biomass and Bioenergy 57: 196-204.

Huggins, T.M., Haeger, A., Biffinger, J.C., Ren, Z.J., 2016. Granular biochar compared with activated carbon for wastewater treatment and resource recovery. Water Research 94: 225-232.

Ju, W.L., Liu, L.Q., Fang, L.C., Cui, Y.X., Duan, C.J., Wu, H., 2019. Impact of co-inoculation with plant-growth-promoting rhizobacteria and rhizobium on the biochemical responses of alfalfa-soil system in copper contaminated soil. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 167: 218-226.

Kabata-Pendias, A., 2011. Trace Elements in Soil and Plants. CRC Press, Boca Raton, USA. 548p.

Kars, N., Dengiz, O., 2020. Assessment of potential ecological risk index based on heavy metal elements for organic farming in micro catchments under humid ecological condition. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 9(3): 194-201.

Laird, D.A., Fleming, P., Davis, D.D., Horton, R., Wang, B., Karlen, D.L., 2010. Impact of biochar amendments on the quality of a typical Midwestern agricultural soil. Geoderma 158(3-4): 443–449.

Lamaming, J., Hashim, R., Sulaiman, O., Leh, C.P., Sugimoto, T., Nordin, N.A., 2015. Cellulose nanocrystals isolated from oil palm trunk. Carbohydrate Polymers 127: 202-208.

Li, S., Chen, G., 2018. Thermogravimetric, thermochemical, and infrared spectral characterization of feedstocks and biochar derived at different pyrolysis temperatures. Waste Management 78: 198-207.

Lomaglio, T., Hattab-Hambli, N., Miard, F., Lebrun, M., Nandillon, R., Trupiano, D., Scippa, G.S., Gauthier, A., Motelica-Heino, M., Bourgerie, S., Morabito, D., 2017. Cd, Pb, and Zn mobility and (bio)availability in contaminated soils from a former smelting site amended with biochar. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25: 25744-25756.

Minkina, T.M., Mandzhieva, S.S., Burachevskaya, M.V., Bauer, T.V., Sushkova, S.N., 2018. Method of determining loosely bound compounds of heavy metals in the soil. MethodsX 5:217-226.  

Minkina, T.M., Motuzova, G.V., Mandzhieva, S.S., Nazarenko, O.G., Burachevskaya, M.V., Antonenko, E.M., 2013. Fractional and group composition of the Mn, Cr, Ni, and Cd compounds in the soils of technogenic landscapes in the impact zone of the Novocherkassk Power Station. Eurasian Soil Science 46(4): 375-385.

O'Connor, D., Peng, T., Zhang, J., Tsang, D.S.W., Alessi, D.S., Shen, Z., Bolan, N.S., Hou, D., 2018. Biochar application for the remediation of heavy metal polluted land: A review of in situ field trials. Science of The Total Environment 619: 815-826.

Poucke, R.V., Ainsworth, J., Maeseele, M., Ok, Y.S., Meers, E., 2018. Tack Chemical stabilization of Cd-contaminated soil using biochar. Applied Geochemistry 88: 122-130.

Rees, F., Simonnot, M.O., Morel, J.L., 2014. Short-term effects of biochar on soil heavy metal mobility are controlled by intra-particle diffusion and soil pH increase. European Journal of Soil Science 65(1): 149-161.

Schloter, M., Nannipieri, P., Sorensen, S.J., Elsas, J.D.V., 2017. Microbial indicators for soil quality. Biology and Fertility of Soils 54: 1-10.

Shen, F., Liao, R., Ali, A., Mahar, A., Guo, D., Li, R., Sun, X., Awasthi, M.K., Wang, Q., Zhang, Z., 2017. Spatial distribution and risk assessment of heavy metals in soil near a Pb/Zn smelter in Feng county, China. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 139: 254-262.

Tessier, A., Campbell, P.G.C., Bisson, M., 1979. Sequential extraction procedure for the speciation of particulate trace metals. Analytical Chemistry 51(7): 844-850.

Violante, A., Cozzolino, V., Perelomov, L., Caporale, A.G., Pigna, M., 2010. Mobility and bioavailability of heavy metals and metalloids in soil environments. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 10: 268-292.

Wang, H-T., Ding, J., Chi, Q.-Q., Li, G., Pu, Q., Xiao, Z-F., Xue, X-M., 2020. The effect of biochar on soil-plant-earthworm-bacteria system in metal(loid) contaminated soil. Environmental Pollution 263: 114610. 

Wang, Y., Wang, R., Fan, L., Chen, T., Bai, Y., Yu, Q., Liu, Y., 2017. Assessment of multiple exposure to chemical elements and health risks among residents near Huodehong lead-zinc mining area in Yunnan, Southwest China. Chemosphere 174: 613-627.

Warnock, D.D., Lehmann, J., Kuyper, T.W., Rillig, M.C., 2007. Mycorrhizal responses to biochar in soil – concepts and mechanisms. Plant and Soil 300: 9-20.

Wood, J.L., Tang, C., Franks, A.E., 2016. Microbial associated plant growth and heavy metal accumulation to improve phytoextraction of contaminated soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 103: 131-137.

Zota, A.R., Willis, R., Jim, R., Norris, G.A., Shine, J.P., Duvall, R.M., Schaider, L.A., Spengler, J.D., 2009. Impact of mine waste on airborne respirable particulates in Northeastern Oklahoma, United States. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 59(11): 1347-1357.



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