Applied and Environmental Soil Science / 2010 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Using Lead Concentrations and Stable Lead Isotope Ratios to Identify Contamination Events in Alluvial Soils

Table 1

Description of sampling sites and some characteristics of soil profiles.

Location/Site/soil profileMassawippi MAS-13/MAS-13Windsor STE-1/STE-1Windsor STE-1/STE-1-2Richmond STO-6/STO-6Richmond RIC-9/RIC-9

UTM (NAD-83)273294 5022783732928 5051683732929 5051682724376 5057125724175 5057482
Soil typeCumulic Regosol (CU.R)Cumulic Regosol (CU.R)Cumulic Regosol (CU.R)Cumulic Regosol (CU.R)Regosol (CU.)
Textural class (see [24])Sandy loamLoamLoam/sandy loamSandy loamLoamy sand
Soil pH 0.01 M CaCl23.45–6.095.98–7.095.32–5.924.28–5.034.71–5.38
C. org. (%)0.12–1.020.39–0.680.64–0.910.36–1.481.12–1.44
Depth of hydrocarbon layer (cm)2201803260No trace of hydrocarbons
Hydrocarbon C10–C50 concentrations (mg kg−1) 60660340<80
Hydrocarbon layer color (Munsell Chart)10YR 4.5/210YR 2.5/210YR 2.5/210YR 5/310YR 3/3

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