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Braun Jean-Jacques, Riotte Jean, Battacharya S., Violette A., Prunier J., Bouvier V., Candaudap F., Marechal J. C., Ruiz Laurent, Panda S. R., Subramanian S. (2017). REY-Th-U solute dynamics in the critical zone : combined influence of chemical weathering, atmospheric deposit leaching, and vegetation cycling (Mule Hole Watershed, South India). Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 18 (12), 4409-4425. ISSN 1525-2027

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REY-Th-U solute dynamics in the critical zone : combined influence of chemical weathering, atmospheric deposit leaching, and vegetation cycling (Mule Hole Watershed, South India)
Année de publication2017
Type de documentArticle référencé dans le Web of Science WOS:000423230600010
AuteursBraun Jean-Jacques, Riotte Jean, Battacharya S., Violette A., Prunier J., Bouvier V., Candaudap F., Marechal J. C., Ruiz Laurent, Panda S. R., Subramanian S.
SourceGeochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 2017, 18 (12), p. 4409-4425. ISSN 1525-2027
RésuméThe source and proportion of REY, Th, and U exported by groundwater and by the ephemeral stream along with the elemental proportions passing through vegetation have been assessed in the subhumid tropical forested CZO of Mule Hole, Southern India. The study relies on a pluriannual hydrogeochemical monitoring combined with a hydrological model. The significant difference between the soil input (SI) and output (SO) solute fluxes (mmol/km(2)/yr) of LREE (SI-SO513,250-1,500), HREE (1,930-235), Th (64-12), and U (63-25) indicates a strong uptake by roots carried by canopy and forest floor processes. The contribution of atmospheric dust leaching can reach about 60% of LREE and 80% of HREE. At the watershed scale, the U solute flux exported by groundwater (180 mmol/km(2)/yr) mainly originates from the breakdown of primary U-bearing accessory minerals and dominates by a factor of 25 the stream flux. The precipitation of authigenic U-bearing phases and adsorption onto Fe-oxides and oxyhydroxides play a significant role for limiting the U mobility. In the groundwater, the plagioclase chemical weathering is efficiently traced by the positive Eu-anomaly. The very low (REY) to nil (Th) contents are explained by the precipitation of authigenic phases. In the stream flow, dominated by the overland flow (87% of the yearly stream flow), the solute exports (in mmol/km(2)/yr) of REY (1,080 for LREE and 160 for HREE) and of Th (14) dominate those by groundwater. Their mobility is enhanced by chelation with organic ligands produced by forest floor and canopy processes.
Plan de classementHydrologie [062]
Descr. géo.INDE SUD
LocalisationFonds IRD [F B010072031]
Identifiant IRDfdi:010072031
Lien permanenthttp://www.documentation.ird.fr/hor/fdi:010072031

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