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1. A novel belowground in-situ gas labeling approach: CH4 oxidation in deep peat using passive diffusion chambers and 13C excess.

In-vitro incubation of environmental samples is a common approach to estimate CH4 oxidation potential. Here we developed and verified an in-situ method utilizing passive diffusion chambers (PDC, silicone tubes) to deliver 13C-labeled CH4 into peat for the determination of the CH4 oxidation...

Author(s) : Dorodnikov, M.; Knorr, K. H.; Fan LiChao; Kuzyakov, Y.; Nilsson, M. B.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2022 Vol.806 No.Part 1 ref.46

2. Plant- and microbe-assisted biochar amendment technology for petroleum hydrocarbon remediation in saline-sodic soils: a review.

Soil degradation through salinization and pollution by toxic compounds such as petroleum hydrocarbons (PHCs) in the coastal wetlands has become a significant threat to ecosystem health, biodiversity, and food security. However, traditional remediation technologies can generate secondary pollutants, ...

Author(s) : Meki, K.; Liu Qiang; Wu Shuai; Yuan YanFei

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Beijing, China

Journal article : Pedosphere 2022 Vol.32 No.1 pp.211-221

3. From a periglacial lake to an alkaline fen - late glacial/early Holocene evolution of lublin chalkland tracked in biogenic sediments of bagno staw (Western Polesie Lowland, E Poland).

The paper presents records of lithofacial succession in the sediments of the Bagno Staw alkaline fen (Western Polesie Lowland, Eastern Poland), documenting the phase of rapid morphogenetic transformations during LG/H in the Lublin chalkland. Environmental conditions responsible for the...

Author(s) : Pietruczuk, J.; Dobrowolski, R.; Suchora, M.; Apolinarska, K.; Bieganowski, A.; Trembaczowski, A.; Polakowski, C.; Bober, A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Catena 2022 Vol.209 No.Part 1 ref.136

4. Freeze-thaw cycles increase the mobility of phosphorus fractions based on soil aggregate in restored wetlands.

Available information about the effects of freeze-thaw cycles (FTCs) and soil aggregate structure on the mobility of phosphorus (P) fractions is limited. Here, soil column experiments with different initial moisture contents (saturated moisture content and field capacity) were used to study the...

Author(s) : Li YingXin; Wang LiXia; Zhang ShaoQing; Tian Lei; Ou Yang; Yan BaiXing; Cui Hu; Bao MeiWen; Liang AiZhen

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Catena 2022 Vol.209 No.Part 2 ref.61

5. Compositions of sequestrated soil carbon in constructed wetlands of Taiwan.

Constructed wetlands are an ecological engineering technology that has been widely applied to treat anthropogenic wastewater. Until now, few studies have focused on soil carbon (C) in the constructed treatment wetlands in tropical regions. Therefore, this study provides insight into the changes in...

Author(s) : Shiau YoJin; Chen YunAn; You ChongRen; Lai YiChieh; Lee MengShan

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2022 Vol.805 ref.60

6. A crowd-sourced valuation of recreational ecosystem services using mobile signal data applied to a restored wetland in China.

The travel cost method is the main technique used to evaluate the monetary value of recreational cultural ecosystem services of wetlands. While questionnaires still provide an important way to obtain tourist travel distances, salary rate coefficients, and travel rate data, but they are restricted...

Author(s) : Dai PeiChao; Zhang ShaoLiang; Gong YunLong; Zhou Yuan; Hou HuPing

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Ecological Economics 2022 Vol.192 ref.49

7. Microbial activity enhancement in constructed wetlands operated as bioelectrochemical systems.

Treatment wetlands (TW) operated as bioelectrochemical systems (BES-TW) provide a higher degree of treatment than conventional TW. Yet, the fundamental processes or mechanisms for the envisaged better performance of BES-TW over conventional TW remains poorly understood. This work aimed to determine ...

Author(s) : Fernandez-Gatell, M.; Corbella, C.; Puigagut, J.; Sanchez-Vila, X.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2022 Vol.287 No.Part 4 ref.55

8. A radial basis function neural network based multi-objective optimization for simultaneously enhanced nitrogen and phosphorus removal in a full-scale integrated surface flow treatment wetland-pond system.

In this study, a radial basis function neural network (RBFNN) model was developed and implemented in a multi-objective optimization procedure to determine the optimal hydraulic loading rate (HLR), hydraulic retention time (HRT), and mass loading rates (MLR) for enhanced removal of nitrogen and...

Author(s) : Li YiPing; Nuamah, L. A.; Pu YaShuai; Zhang HaiKuo; Eyram Norgbey; Nwankwegu, A. S.; Banahene, P.; Bofah, R.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Bioresource Technology 2022 Vol.344 No.Part B ref.43

9. Optical properties of dissolved organic matter highlight peatland-like properties in a constructed wetland.

Constructing novel peatland ecosystems can help to restore the long-term carbon accumulating properties of northern soil systems that have been lost through resource extraction. Although mining companies are legally required to restore landscapes following extraction, there are limited tools to...

Author(s) : Clark, M. G.; Biagi, K. M.; Carey, S. K.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2022 Vol.802 ref.90

10. Quantifying the contribution rates of sulfonamide antibiotics removal mechanisms in constructed wetlands using multivariate statistical analysis.

The removal of antibiotics in subsurface flow constructed wetlands is performed through various removal mechanisms, such as adsorption, hydrolysis, microbial degradation and plant uptake. However, the contribution rates of the removal mechanisms in constructed wetlands are still not well studied....

Author(s) : Zhang Ling; Yan ChangZhou; Qi Ran; Yang Fan

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Environmental Pollution 2022 Vol.292 No.Part B ref.39

11. Phycoremediation integrated approach for the removal of pharmaceuticals and personal care products from wastewater - a review.

Pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) are of emerging concerns because of their large usage, persistent nature which promised their continuous disposal into the environment, as these pollutants are stable enough to pass through wastewater treatment plants causing hazardous effects on...

Author(s) : Ricky, R.; Shanthakumar, S.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Environmental Management 2022 Vol.302 No.Part A ref.213

12. Uranium stability in a large wetland soil core probed by electron acceptors, carbonate amendments and wet-dry cycling in a long-term lysimeter experiment.

Understanding the hydro-biogeochemical conditions that impact the mobility of uranium (U) in natural or artificial wetlands is essential for the management of contaminated environments. Field-based research indicates that high organic matter content and saturation of the soil from the water table...

Author(s) : Straub, M.; Peña, J.; Flury, V.; Froidevaux, P.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2022 Vol.803 ref.29

13. Enhanced microbial degradation of PET and PS microplastics under natural conditions in mangrove environment.

In-situ bioremediation of mangrove soil contaminated with polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and polystyrene (PS) microplastics was investigated using indigenous microbial consortium with adequate capacity to degrade the plastics. Eight (8) bacteria were isolated from plastic/microplastic-inundated...

Author(s) : Auta, H. S.; Abioye, O. P.; Aransiola, S. A.; Bala, J. D.; Chukwuemeka, V. I.; Hassan, A.; Aziz, A.; Fauziah, S. H.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Environmental Management 2022 Vol.304 ref.59

14. Treatment wetlands and phyto-technologies for remediation of winery effluent: challenges and opportunities.

The composition and concentration of contaminants present in winery wastewater fluctuate through space and time, presenting a challenge for traditional remediation methods. Bio-hydrogeochemical engineered systems, such as treatment wetlands, have been demonstrated to effectively reduce contaminant...

Author(s) : Mader, A. E.; Holtman, G. A.; Welz, P. J.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2022 Vol.807 No.Part 1 ref.185

15. Constructed wetlands for rural domestic wastewater treatment: a coupling of tidal strategy, in-situ bio-regeneration of zeolite and Fe(II)-oxygen denitrification.

Constructed wetlands (CWs) offer a promising method to treat domestic wastewater in rural areas, but CWs usually limiting in nitrogen removal and large area. In this study, zeolite and pyrite were used to construct tidal wetlands to address the problems of insufficient oxygen supply and carbon...

Author(s) : Cao XueKang; Jiang Lei; Zheng Hao; Liao Yong; Zhang Qian; Shen QiuShi; Mao YuanXiang; Ji FangYing; Shi DeZhi

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Bioresource Technology 2022 Vol.344 No.Part B ref.44

16. Nitrate-N removal rate variabilities in floating treatment wetland mesocosms with diverse planting and carbon amendment designs.

Floating treatment wetlands are an innovative wetland design to passively improve water quality and remove pollutants from reservoirs with limited infrastructure modification or construction as compared to traditional treatment wetlands. However, design recommendations remain limited. Therefore,...

Author(s) : Messer, T. L.; Miller, D. N.; Little, H.; Oathout, K.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Ecological Engineering 2022 Vol.174 ref.59

17. A review of the application of constructed wetlands (CWS) and their hydraulic, water quality and biological responses to changing hydrological conditions.

Constructed wetlands (CWs) are a promising sustainable water-management measure where hydrology plays a fundamental role as the basic driver of mass and energy. Various designs of CWs exist, and these have unique hydrological characteristics that are distinct from those of natural wetlands....

Author(s) : Jiang Long; Chui TingFongMay

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Ecological Engineering 2022 Vol.174 ref.203

18. Constructed wetland substrates: a review on development, function mechanisms, and application in contaminants removal.

Constructed wetlands (CWs) are economical, efficient, and sustainable wastewater treatment method. Substrates in CWs inextricably link with the other key components and significantly influence the performance and sustainability of CWs. Gradually, CWs have been applied to treat more complex...

Author(s) : Ji ZeHua; Tang WenZhong; Pei YuanSheng

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2022 Vol.286 No.Part 1 ref.147

19. Assessing the influence of environmental niche segregation in ammonia oxidizers on N2O fluxes from soil and sediments.

Understanding the environmental niche segregation of ammonia-oxidizing archaea (AOA) and bacteria (AOB) and its impact on their relative contributions to nitrification and nitrous oxide (N2O) production is essential for predicting N2O dynamics within an ecosystem. Here, we used ammonia...

Author(s) : Lin YuPin; Ansari, A.; Wunderlich, R. F.; Lur HuuSheng; Thanh Ngoc Dan Cao; Mukhtar, H.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2022 Vol.289 ref.68

20. Effect of trickling filter on carbon and nitrogen removal in vertical flow treatment wetlands: a full-scale investigation.

Vertical Flow Treatment Wetland (VF-TW) systems achieve high efficiencies in terms of carbon related parameters removals from domestic wastewaters. Nitrogen removal is also efficient but optimisations are still needed. This article reports and discusses experimental data collected from 24-h...

Author(s) : Maciejewski, K.; Gautier, M.; Kim, B.; Michel, P.; Gourdon, R.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Environmental Management 2022 Vol.303 ref.36

21. High removal efficiencies of antibiotics and low accumulation of antibiotic resistant genes obtained in microbial fuel cell-constructed wetlands intensified by sponge iron.

Using microbial fuel cells with constructed wetlands (MFC-CWs) for eliminating antibiotics has recently attracted extensive attention. However, antibiotic removal efficiencies in MFC-CWs must be enhanced, and the accumulation of antibiotic resistant genes (ARGs) remains an unmanageable issue. This...

Author(s) : Wen HuiYang; Zhu Hui; Yan BaiXing; Bañuelos, G.; Shutes, B.; Wang XinYi; Cao ShuJing; Cheng Rui; Tian LiPing

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2022 Vol.806 No.Part 1 ref.70

22. A comprehensive analysis on source-specific ecological risk of metal(loid)s in surface sediments of mangrove wetlands in Jiulong River Estuary, China.

Metal(loid)s in mangrove sediments could pose noticeable ecological risks, but studies on source-specific ecological risks of metal(loid)s in sediments are limited. In this study, surface sediments collected from a typical mangrove wetland in the Jiulong River Estuary were used to perform a...

Author(s) : Yan Yu; Wan RuiAn; Yu RuiLian; Hu GongRen; Lin ChengQi; Huang HuaBin

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Catena 2022 Vol.209 No.Part 1 ref.104

23. Distribution and functional groups of soil aggregate-associated organic carbon along a marsh degradation gradient on the Zoige plateau, China.

Alpine marsh wetlands in the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau are ecological hotspots for global carbon (C) cycling in Central Asia; however, the soil C sinks are increasingly limited by marsh degradation. To assess the physical mechanisms by which changes in the soil C sequestration occur, the distribution ...

Author(s) : Pu YuLin; Lang ShanXin; Wang AoBo; Zhang ShiRong; Li Ting; Qian HongYu; Wang Guiyig; Jia YongXia; Xu XiaoXun; Yuan DaGang; Li Yun

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Catena 2022 Vol.209 No.Part 1

24. Petrochemical characteristics and geological significance of the tephra buried under peat deposits: constrains on the Changbaishan Millennium eruption.

Changbaishan Tianchi volcano is one of the most famous active volcanoes in Northeast Asia. Its Millennium eruption (ME, 946-947 CE) is considered to be one of the largest explosive eruptions over the past 2000 years, which had produced widely distributed tephra layer across Northeast Asia. However, ...

Author(s) : Zhang MingMing; Bu ZhaoJun; Wang XingAn; He Pan; Chen Jie; Cui YaXin

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Catena 2022 Vol.209 No.Part 2 ref.63

25. Historical chemical stability of carbon pool in permafrost peatlands in northern great Khingan Mountains (China) during the last millennium, and its paleoenvironmental implications.

The response of carbon pools in peatlands during the last millennium is important for global carbon cycling and is a potential indicator for paleoenvironmental research. Herein, we compared the stability and accumulation of carbon pools between the Hongtu peatland (HT, east site) and the Jintao...

Author(s) : Cong JinXin; Gao ChuanYu; Xing Wei; Han DongXue; Li YunHui; Wang GuoPing

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Catena 2022 Vol.209 No.Part 2 ref.45