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Spatial distribution of phthalate acid esters in sediments of the Laizhou Bay and its relationship with anthropogenic activities and geochemical variables.

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Summary of "Spatial distribution of phthalate acid esters in sediments of the Laizhou Bay and its relationship with anthropogenic activities and geochemical variables."

Spatial distribution and ecological risks of phthalate acid esters (PAEs) in sediments of the Laizhou Bay were investigated, and the relationships of PAEs with human activities and geochemical variables were studied in this work. Thirteen detectable PAEs were widespread occurrence, and the total PAE concentrations ranged from 813.1 to 11,975.6 μg/kg dry weight in sediments of the Laizhou Bay. Di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) and di-butyl phthalate (DBP) were predominant and accounted for 51.9% of ΣPAEs. The major sources of PAEs with their characteristic PAE congeners or composition could be classified as riverine runoff from catchments of the Yellow River and the rivers Xiaoqing & Zhimai, and direct discharge from the west coast and Binhai Zone, according to continuous PAE spatial distribution patterns generated by GIS techniques. The concentrations of most PAEs gradually decreased from west inshore to east offshore in inverted S shapes, which was consistent with the tide field of the Laizhou Bay. There are negative correlations between sediment depth and all PAEs, and nine PAEs exhibited negative correlations with salinity using Pearson correlation analysis. Depth and salinity exerted negative influence on PAEs (contributions of 55.8% and 32.0%, respectively) according to redundancy analysis. The DBP concentrations of 15.1% sites exceeded the ERLs and only one site had the DEHP concentration exceeded environmental risk limits. The DBP risk quotient values of 11.3% (for algae), 3.8% (for crustaceans) and 43.4% (for fish) sites exceeded 1, and most of these sites are near to four major sources. These results might benefit the implementation of effective environmental management and remediation practices.

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Name: The Science of the total environment
ISSN: 1879-1026
Pages: 137912

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