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Bioindication and modelling of atmospheric deposition in forests enable exposure and effect monitoring at high spatial density across scales


Schröder, Winfried; Nickel, Stefan; Schönrock, Simon; Schmalfuß, Roman; Wosniok, Werner; Meyer, Michaela; Harmens, Harry; Frontasyeva, Marina V.; Alber, Renate; Aleksiayenak, Julia et al.
Bioindication and modelling of atmospheric deposition in forests enable exposure and effect monitoring at high spatial density across scales // Annals of forest science, 74 (2017), 31-1 doi:10.1007/s13595-017-0621-6 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Bioindication and modelling of atmospheric deposition in forests enable exposure and effect monitoring at high spatial density across scales

Autori
Schröder, Winfried ; Nickel, Stefan ; Schönrock, Simon ; Schmalfuß, Roman ; Wosniok, Werner ; Meyer, Michaela ; Harmens, Harry ; Frontasyeva, Marina V. ; Alber, Renate ; Aleksiayenak, Julia ; Barandovski, Lambe ; Blum, Oleg ; Carballeira, Alejo ; Dam, Maria ; Danielsson, Helena ; De Temmermann, Ludwig ; Dunaev, Anatoly M. ; Godzik, Barbara ; Hoydal, Katrin ; Jeran, Zvonka ; Pihl, Karlsson Gunilla ; Lazo, Pranvera ; Leblond, Sebastien ; Lindroos, Jussi ; Liiv, Siiri ; Magnússon, igurður H. ; Mankovska, Blanka ; Núñez-Encarnación, Olivera ; Piispanen, Juha ; Poikolainen, Jarmo ; Popescu, Ion V. ; Qarri, Flora ; Santamaria, Jesus Miguel ; Skudnik, Mitja ; Špirić, Zdravko ; Stafilov, Trajče ; Steinnes, Eiliv ; Stihi, Claudia ; Suchara, Ivan Thöni, Lotti ; Uggerud, Hilde Thelle ; Zechmeister, Harald G.

Izvornik
Annals of forest science (1286-4560) 74 (2017); 31-1

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Bioaccumulation, Biomonitoring, EMEP, Environmental specimen bank, ICP Forests Level II, LOTOS-EUROS

Sažetak
Key message Moss surveys provide spatially dense data on environmental concentrations of heavy metals and nitrogen which, together with other biomonitoring and modelling data, can be used for indicating deposition to terrestrial ecosystems and related effects across time and areas of different spatial extension. Context For enhancing the spatial resolution of measuring and mapping atmospheric deposition by technical devices and by modelling, moss is used complementarily as bio-monitor. Aims This paper investigated whether nitrogen and heavy metal concentrations derived by biomonitoring of atmospheric deposition are statistically meaningful in terms of compliance with minimum sample size across several spatial levels (objective 1), whether this is also true in terms of geostatistical criteria such as spatial auto-correlation and, by this, estimated values for unsampled locations (objective 2) and whether moss indicates atmospheric deposition in a similar way as modelled deposition, tree foliage and natural surface soil at the European and country level, and whether they indicate site-specific variance due to canopy drip (objective 3). Methods Data from modelling and biomonitoring atmospheric deposition were statistically analysed by means of minimum sample size calculation, by geostatistics as well as by bivariate correlation analyses and by multivariate correlation analyses using the Classification and Regression Tree approach and the Random Forests method. Results It was found that the compliance of measurements with the minimum sample size varies by spatial scale and element measured. For unsampled locations, estimation could be derived. Statistically significant correlations between concentrations of heavy metals and nitrogen in moss and modelled atmospheric deposition, and concentrations in leaves, needles and soil were found. Significant influence of canopy drip on nitrogen concentration in moss was proven. Conclusion Moss surveys should complement modelled atmospheric deposition data as well as other biomonitoring approaches and offer a great potential for various terrestrial monitoring programmes dealing with exposure and effects.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Biologija, Kemijsko inženjerstvo, Rudarstvo, nafta i geološko inženjerstvo



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekt / tema
273-0222882-2698 - Bioindikacija onečišćenja zraka u terestričkim ekosustavima (Zdravko Špirić, )

Ustanove
Medicinski fakultet, Rijeka,
OIKON d.o.o.

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Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Schröder, Winfried; Nickel, Stefan; Schönrock, Simon; Schmalfuß, Roman; Wosniok, Werner; Meyer, Michaela; Harmens, Harry; Frontasyeva, Marina V.; Alber, Renate; Aleksiayenak, Julia et al.
Bioindication and modelling of atmospheric deposition in forests enable exposure and effect monitoring at high spatial density across scales // Annals of forest science, 74 (2017), 31-1 doi:10.1007/s13595-017-0621-6 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)
Schröder, W., Nickel, S., Schönrock, S., Schmalfuß, R., Wosniok, W., Meyer, M., Harmens, H., Frontasyeva, M., Alber, R. & Aleksiayenak, J. (2017) Bioindication and modelling of atmospheric deposition in forests enable exposure and effect monitoring at high spatial density across scales. Annals of forest science, 74, 31-1 doi:10.1007/s13595-017-0621-6.
@article{article, year = {2017}, pages = {31-1-31-}, DOI = {10.1007/s13595-017-0621-6}, keywords = {Bioaccumulation, Biomonitoring, EMEP, Environmental specimen bank, ICP Forests Level II, LOTOS-EUROS}, journal = {Annals of forest science}, doi = {10.1007/s13595-017-0621-6}, volume = {74}, issn = {1286-4560}, title = {Bioindication and modelling of atmospheric deposition in forests enable exposure and effect monitoring at high spatial density across scales}, keyword = {Bioaccumulation, Biomonitoring, EMEP, Environmental specimen bank, ICP Forests Level II, LOTOS-EUROS} }

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