Distribution of heavy metals along the Machu/Taiwan - Minjiang/China estuarine and coastal waters, sediments and bivalves

Tsu Chang Hung, Woei Lih Jeng, Yong Chien Ling, Bor Cheng Han

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摘要

A long-term Asia/Pacific Mussel Watch program along the Machu/Taiwan and Xiamen/China coastal area has been carried out. Extremely high values of Zn(110 ug/g) and Cu (201 ug/g) with relatively high values of Pb (30.8 ug/g) and Cr (162 ug/g) were found in mud samples (<63 urn) separated from sediments at station MRI (close to Minjiang estuary), the calibration station for the Asia/Pacific Mussel Watch Program between Taiwan and Xiamen Universities, might indicate the sources of pollution. The heavy metal contents of bivalves varied among different marine organisms. The orders of bioaccumulation of heavy metals (dry weight) in bivalves (including barnacles) are as follows: Zn, Mitella mitella (925 ± 46 ug/g) > Crassostrea gigas (852 ± 303 ug/g) > Meretrix lusoria (323 ± 265 ug/g) > Barbatia virescens (125 ± 24 ug/g) > Perna viridis (101 ± 64 ug/g); Cu, C. gigas (224 ± 172) > M. lusoria (133 ± 177 ug/g) > P. viridis (112 ± 145 ug/g); Ni, B. virescens (294 ± 291 ug/g) > Paphia exarata (116 ± 87 ug/g); Pb, P. exarata (2.65 ± 0.85 ug/g) > C. gigas (1.92 ± 1.41 ug/g); Cd, C. gigas (15.0 ± 16.0 ug/g) > M. lusoria (10.3 ± 14.0 ug/g); Sn, C. gigas (10.4 ± 26.0 ug/g) > P. exarata (8.84 ± 4.66 ug/g); Cr, M. lusoria 6.71 ± 3.78 ug/g); and As, P. viridis (29.2 ± 27.8 ug/g). Extremely high values of Zn (1095 ug/g) and Cd (15.0 ug/g) with the second high values of Cu (259 ug/g) and Pb (2.26 ug/g) in C. gigas were observed in April 1996 in the Machu mariculture area. Finally, the results obtained by Xiamen University researchers have been compared and discussed.
原文英語
頁(從 - 到)83-103
頁數21
期刊Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry
67
發行號1-2
出版狀態已發佈 - 1998

指紋

Crassostrea
mariculture
Bivalvia
Watches
Heavy Metals
Taiwan
Heavy metals
bivalve
coastal water
China
Sediments
mud
heavy metal
Water
sediment
Perna
coastal area
Asia
programme
distribution

Keywords

  • Bivalves barnacles
  • Heavy metals
  • Machu/Taiwan

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Environmental Science(all)
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Health, Toxicology and Mutagenesis
  • Toxicology

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Distribution of heavy metals along the Machu/Taiwan - Minjiang/China estuarine and coastal waters, sediments and bivalves. / Hung, Tsu Chang; Jeng, Woei Lih; Ling, Yong Chien; Han, Bor Cheng.

於: Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry, 卷 67, 編號 1-2, 1998, p. 83-103.

研究成果: 雜誌貢獻文章

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