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鬼谷子4092555论坛  Song, Kaishan; Shang, Yingxin; Wen, Zhidan; et al.

鬼谷子4092555论坛  Colored dissolved organic matter (CDOM) is a major component of DOM in waters, and plays a vital role in carbon cycling in inland waters. In this study, the light absorption and three-dimensional excitation emission matrix spectra (EEMs) of CDOM of 936 water samples collected in 2014-2017 from 234 lakes in five regions across China were examined to determine relationships between lake water sources (fresh versus saline) and their fluorescence/absorption characteristics. Results indicated significant differences regarding DOC concentration and a(CDOM)(254) between freshwater (6.68 mg C L-1, 19.55 m(-1)) and saline lakes (27.4 mg C L-1, 41.17 m(-1)). While humic-like (F-5) and fulvic-like (F-3) compounds contributed to CDOM fluorescence in all lake waters significantly, their contribution to total fluorescence intensity (F-T) differed between saline and freshwater lakes. Significant negative relationships were also observed between lake altitude with either F-5 (R-2 = 0.63, N = 306) or F-T (R-2 = 0.64, N = 306), suggesting that the abundance of humic-like materials in CDOM tends to decrease with increased in lakes altitude. In high altitude lakes, strong solar irradiance and UV exposure may have induced photo-oxidation reactions resulting in decreased abundance of humic-like substances and the formation of low molecular weight compounds. These findings have important implications regarding our understanding of C dynamics in lacustrine systems and the contribution of these ecosystems to the global C cycle.

  (来源:WATER RESEARCH, 2019, 150:403-417)