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Increase in rare earth element concentrations controlled by dissolved organic matter in river water during rainfall events in a temperate, small forested catchment

温帯域の森林集水域における河川の溶存有機物により規定される降雨時の希土類元素の増加

松永 武; 都築 克紀; 柳瀬 信之; Kritsananuwat, R.*; 半澤 有希子; 長縄 弘親

Matsunaga, Takeshi; Tsuzuki, Katsunori; Yanase, Nobuyuki; Kritsananuwat, R.*; Hanzawa, Yukiko; Naganawa, Hirochika

降雨時の溶存希土類元素の河川水中の様態をTRU元素のアナログとして研究した。溶存希土類元素(REE)濃度は、降雨時の河川流量の増減と連動して増減した。このREE濃度の変動は、溶存有機物中の腐植物質の特性である紫外吸光度、蛍光強度の変動と強く関係していた。そして、コロイド態で存在するREEの中の10kから30k Daltonの成分が、降雨時のREE濃度の増加に最も寄与していることが明らかとなった。さらに、溶存REE濃度の増加は、有機物濃度の規格化紫外吸光度(SUVA)と相関が高い。SUVAは溶存腐植物質の芳香族性を代表するので、本研究で見いだされた降雨時のREE濃度の増加現象には、官能基を多く有することを意味する溶存腐植物質の芳香族性が根底にあることが示唆された。

In a temperate, forested river catchment, distribution of dissolved rare earth elements (REE) during rainfall events was studied as analogues elements for transuranic nuclides. Concentrations of dissolved REE showed almost concurrent increases and decreases with the river water discharge during rainfall events. The concentration variations were tightly coupled with those of optical properties related to humic substances of dissolved organic matter (DOM). An ultrafiltration analysis revealed that colloidal REE present in 10 k - 30 kDa size fraction was the chief component for dissolved REE increase in high water flow condition. Shale-normalized concentration patterns of REE suggest an involvement of humic substances of DOM. A high correlation between size fractioned REE concentrations and specific ultraviolet absorbance suggests that aromaticity would be an essential property of DOM in regard to its complexation with dissolved REE in the studied river water.

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