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Influence of soil properties on copper toxicity for two soil invertebrates

Peggy Criel, Koen Lock, Hilde Van Eeckhout, Koen Oorts, Erik Smolders and Colin Janssen UGent (2008) ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY. 27(8). p.1748-1755
abstract
Although a large body of evidence indicates that metal toxicity to soil organisms is affected by physicochemical soil properties, use of this knowledge in ecological risk assessments is limited because of the lack of a model applicable to a wide range of soils. To study the effect of soil characteristics on the toxicity of copper to terrestrial invertebrates, chronic toxicity tests with Eisenia fetida and Folsomia candida were performed in 19 European field soils. These soils were carefully selected to cover the range of toxicity-influencing parameters encountered in the European Union. Toxicity values varied greatly among soils, with 28-d median effect concentrations ranging from 72.0 to 781 mg Cu/kg dry weight for E.fietida and from 45.4 to 2,270 mg Cu/kg dry weight for F. candida. For both species, variation in copper toxicity values was best explained by differences in the actual cation-exchange capacity (CEC) at soil pH. Using the obtained regression algorithms, the observed toxicity could, in most cases, be predicted within a factor of two for E. fetida and within a factor of three for F. candida. The developed models were validated in three additional European field soils, a standard artificial soil and a standard field soil. The presented regression equations, based on the actual CEC, offer an easy-to-apply method for taking the influence of soil properties on metal toxicity into account.
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actual cation-exchange capacity, copper, bioavailability, Folsomia candida, Eisenia fetida, BIOTIC LIGAND MODEL, ENCHYTRAEUS-ALBIDUS, CONTAMINATED SOILS, INORGANIC METALS, TEST DESIGNS, PH, ZINC, REPRODUCTION, METALLOIDS, CADMIUM
journal title
ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
Environ. Toxicol. Chem.
volume
27
issue
8
pages
1748 - 1755
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Article
Web of Science id
000257587900017
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ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
JCR impact factor
2.42 (2008)
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36/163 (2008)
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1 (2008)
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0730-7268
DOI
10.1897/07-545.1
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English
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A1
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437207
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-437207
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2008-11-06 09:00:00
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  abstract     = {Although a large body of evidence indicates that metal toxicity to soil organisms is affected by physicochemical soil properties, use of this knowledge in ecological risk assessments is limited because of the lack of a model applicable to a wide range of soils. To study the effect of soil characteristics on the toxicity of copper to terrestrial invertebrates, chronic toxicity tests with Eisenia fetida and Folsomia candida were performed in 19 European field soils. These soils were carefully selected to cover the range of toxicity-influencing parameters encountered in the European Union. Toxicity values varied greatly among soils, with 28-d median effect concentrations ranging from 72.0 to 781 mg Cu/kg dry weight for E.fietida and from 45.4 to 2,270 mg Cu/kg dry weight for F. candida. For both species, variation in copper toxicity values was best explained by differences in the actual cation-exchange capacity (CEC) at soil pH. Using the obtained regression algorithms, the observed toxicity could, in most cases, be predicted within a factor of two for E. fetida and within a factor of three for F. candida. The developed models were validated in three additional European field soils, a standard artificial soil and a standard field soil. The presented regression equations, based on the actual CEC, offer an easy-to-apply method for taking the influence of soil properties on metal toxicity into account.},
  author       = {Criel, Peggy and Lock, Koen and Van Eeckhout, Hilde and Oorts, Koen and Smolders, Erik and Janssen, Colin},
  issn         = {0730-7268},
  journal      = {ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY},
  keyword      = {actual cation-exchange capacity,copper,bioavailability,Folsomia candida,Eisenia fetida,BIOTIC LIGAND MODEL,ENCHYTRAEUS-ALBIDUS,CONTAMINATED SOILS,INORGANIC METALS,TEST DESIGNS,PH,ZINC,REPRODUCTION,METALLOIDS,CADMIUM},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {8},
  pages        = {1748--1755},
  title        = {Influence of soil properties on copper toxicity for two soil invertebrates},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1897/07-545.1},
  volume       = {27},
  year         = {2008},
}

Chicago
Criel, Peggy, Koen Lock, Hilde Van Eeckhout, Koen Oorts, Erik Smolders, and Colin Janssen. 2008. “Influence of Soil Properties on Copper Toxicity for Two Soil Invertebrates.” Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 27 (8): 1748–1755.
APA
Criel, Peggy, Lock, K., Van Eeckhout, H., Oorts, K., Smolders, E., & Janssen, C. (2008). Influence of soil properties on copper toxicity for two soil invertebrates. ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY, 27(8), 1748–1755.
Vancouver
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Criel P, Lock K, Van Eeckhout H, Oorts K, Smolders E, Janssen C. Influence of soil properties on copper toxicity for two soil invertebrates. ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY. 2008;27(8):1748–55.
MLA
Criel, Peggy, Koen Lock, Hilde Van Eeckhout, et al. “Influence of Soil Properties on Copper Toxicity for Two Soil Invertebrates.” ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY 27.8 (2008): 1748–1755. Print.