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Quantification of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) storage in lakes and reservoirs of mainland China
K. S. Song, Z. D. Wen, Y. X. Shang, H. Yang, L. L. Lyu, G. Liu, C. Fang, J. Du and Y. Zhao
2018
Source PublicationJournal of Environmental Management
Volume217Pages:391-402
Other AbstractAs a major fraction of carbon in inland waters, dissolved organic carbon (DOC) plays a crucial role in carbon cycling on a global scale. However, the quantity of DOC stored in lakes and reservoirs was not clear to date. In an attempt to examine the factors that determine the DOC storage in lakes and reservoirs across China, we assembled a large database (measured 367 lakes, and meta-analyzed 102 lakes from five limnetic regions; measured 144 reservoirs, and meta-analyzed 272 reservoirs from 31 provincial units) of DOC concentrations and water storages for lakes and reservoirs that are used to determine DOC storage in static inland waters. We found that DOC concentrations in saline waters (Mean/median +/- S.D: 50.5/30.0 +/- 55.97 mg/L) are much higher than those in fresh waters (8.1/5.9 +/- 6.8 mg/L), while lake DOC concentrations (25.9/11.5 +/- 42.04 mg/L) are much higher than those in reservoirs (5.0/3.8 +/- 4.5 mg/L). In terms of lake water volume and DOC storage, the Tibet-Qinghai lake region has the largest water volume (552.8 km(3)), 92% of which is saline waters, thus the largest DOC (13.39 Tg) is stored in these alpine lake region; followed by the Mengxin lake region, having a water volume of 99.4 km(3) in which 1.75 Tg DOC was stored. Compared to Mengxin lake region, almost the same amount of water was stored in East China lake region (91.9 km(3)), however, much less DOC was stored in this region (0.43 Tg) due to the lower DOC concentration (Ave: 3.45 +/- 2.68 mg/L). According to our investigation, Yungui and Northeast lake regions had water storages of 32.14 km(3) and 19.44 km(3) respectively, but relatively less DOC was stored in Yungui (0.13 Tg) than in Northeast lake region (0.19 Tg). Due to low DOC concentration in reservoirs, especially these large reservoirs having lower DOC concentration (V > 1.0 km(3): 2.31 +/- 1.48 mg/L), only 1.54 Tg was stored in a 485.1 km(3) volume of water contained in reservoirs across the entire country. (C) 2018 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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Identifierhttp://ir.iga.ac.cn/handle/131322/9230
Collection湿地生态系统管理学科组
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K. S. Song, Z. D. Wen, Y. X. Shang, H. Yang, L. L. Lyu, G. Liu, C. Fang, J. Du and Y. Zhao. Quantification of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) storage in lakes and reservoirs of mainland China[J]. Journal of Environmental Management,2018,217:391-402.
APA K. S. Song, Z. D. Wen, Y. X. Shang, H. Yang, L. L. Lyu, G. Liu, C. Fang, J. Du and Y. Zhao.(2018).Quantification of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) storage in lakes and reservoirs of mainland China.Journal of Environmental Management,217,391-402.
MLA K. S. Song, Z. D. Wen, Y. X. Shang, H. Yang, L. L. Lyu, G. Liu, C. Fang, J. Du and Y. Zhao."Quantification of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) storage in lakes and reservoirs of mainland China".Journal of Environmental Management 217(2018):391-402.
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