2019
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.01.209
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“…They observed that P activity is heavily influenced by Fe redox cycling and that tide-induced redox changes influence reoxidation and formation of sulfide in surficial sediment. Väänänen et al (2019) compared the Sediment Quality Triad (SQT) with the use of metal concentrations in organisms and metal bioavailability to evaluate toxicity. They attributed observed toxicity to low pH in the sediment than elevated concentrations of metal noting that sulfide-rich, acidic sediment should not be evaluated using standard toxicity test.…”
Section: Contaminant Distributionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…They observed that P activity is heavily influenced by Fe redox cycling and that tide-induced redox changes influence reoxidation and formation of sulfide in surficial sediment. Väänänen et al (2019) compared the Sediment Quality Triad (SQT) with the use of metal concentrations in organisms and metal bioavailability to evaluate toxicity. They attributed observed toxicity to low pH in the sediment than elevated concentrations of metal noting that sulfide-rich, acidic sediment should not be evaluated using standard toxicity test.…”
Section: Contaminant Distributionmentioning
confidence: 99%