Effects of rice residue incorporation on the speciation, potential bioavailability and risk of mercury in a contaminated paddy soil.

@article{Zhu2015EffectsOR,
  title={Effects of rice residue incorporation on the speciation, potential bioavailability and risk of mercury in a contaminated paddy soil.},
  author={Huike Zhu and Huan Zhong and DavidB. Evans and Holger Hintelmann},
  journal={Journal of hazardous materials},
  year={2015},
  volume={293},
  pages={
          64-71
        }
}
To reduce air pollution, straw return instead of burning is being strongly encouraged in China, including some mercury polluted areas. Nevertheless, the possible influences of straw return on methylation, bioavailability and exposure risk of mercury were relatively unknown. In this study, different amounts of rice straw or root were added into a mercury contaminated soil. Potential bioavailability of soil-bound mercury to crops/deposit-feeders was assessed by quantifying extraction rates of… CONTINUE READING
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