Applied and Environmental Soil Science / 2010 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

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

Table 3

Lead and heavy metal concentrations and Pb isotopic compositions in soil profile at Windsor site (STE-1).

Depth (cm)As mg kg−1Cd mg kg−1Cu mg kg−1Pb mg kg−1Zn mg kg−1204Pb/206Pb207Pb/206Pb208Pb/206Pb

0–207.200.3923.018.7585.00.05490.85552.0898
20–406.760.4429.018.32104.00.05530.85982.1000
40–606.780.5034.020.31106.00.05530.86072.0968
60–806.450.4731.021.47109.00.05540.86092.0950
80–1005.880.5736.026.38119.00.05600.87142.1104
100–1203.010.3022.019.8989.00.05560.86542.1066
120–1404.680.4728.027.96105.00.05550.86222.0999
140–1604.240.5328.034.70111.00.05620.87242.1116
160–1807.160.8044.050.82144.00.05590.86932.1094

Mean5.790.4931.026.51108.00.05550.86412.1021
S.D1.480.136.7810.5717.120.00040.00570.0076
Skewness-0.951.170.791.800.920.080.20
Kurtosis-0.312.830.783.251.98

Criterion A [19]61.54050110
Criterion B305100500500
Criterion C502050015001500

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