The dissolved oxygen (DO) concentrations were measured during (96 hours) the experiment from experimental water of the experiment cores of sites 5 and 7. Values are average values from triplicate experimrntal core of each site.
Figure A 2. Total organic carbon (TOC) in soluble form in the experimental water (EW) and bottom water (BW) of sites 5 and 7. The TOC values of the EW already has been deduced with the initial TOC of the added surface water to each interval.
The measurements of EC and pH over the 96-hour experiment for sites 5 and 7. In addition, the standard deviation) of measurements in the triplicate experimental cores.
The soluble concentrations of K, Mn, Ba, Mo, Rb, Sr, U, As, and Co in the experimental cores of site 5. The standard deviation (SD) of the measurements is also mentioned.
The soluble concentrations of K, Mn, Ba, Mo, Rb, Sr, U, As, and Co in the experimental cores of site 5. The standard deviation (SD) of the measurements is also mentioned.
The results for the near-total digestion were performed on the samples collected from the Swedish Geological Survey. The analytical instrument, CV%, and detection limits are mentioned.
The results from statistical evaluation of elements (As, Ba, Co, Mn, Rb, U, K, Sr, and Mo), electric conductivity (EC), and pH from experimental cores of sites 5 and 7. All values of experiment water (EW) are subtracted by the initial concentrations, surface water (SW). The significate codes are as fallowing P= 0 is ‘***’, P= 0.001 is ‘**’, P= 0.01 is ‘*’, P= 0.05 is ‘.’ and P= 0.1 is ‘no significant difference.
The sequential chemical extraction results for reference and experimental core samples at depth 0-10 (2cm intervals) for As, Ba, Co, Sr, Rb, Fe, and K of Site 5. The standard deviation of the triplicate experimental cores is mentioned in parathesis for experimental samples. In addition, the P-value from the one-tailed one-sample t-test is also available, which + and - define the gain or loss of element in the experimental core compared to reference core, respectively. .x1The sequential chemical extraction (Table 3) used for x2reference (Ref) and x3experimental (Exp) cores of sites 5 and 7. The standard deviation of the sequential chemical extractions (E1-E5, Table 3) for triplicate experimental cores of sites 5 and 7 is mentioned in parenthesis.
The sequential chemical extraction results for reference and experimental core samples at depth 0-10 (2cm intervals) for As, Ba, Co, Sr, Rb, Fe, and K of Site 7. The standard deviation of the triplicate experimental cores is mentioned in parathesis for the experimental samples. In addition, the P-value from the one-tailed one-sample t-test is also available, which + and - define the gain or loss of element in the experimental core compared to reference core, respectively. .x1The sequential chemical extraction (Table 3) used for x2reference (Ref) and x3experimental (Exp) cores of sites 5 and 7. The standard deviation of the sequential chemical extractions (E1-E5, Table 3) for triplicate experimental cores of sites 5 and 7 is mentioned in the parenthesis.
The sequential chemical extraction results for reference and experimental core samples at depth 0-10 (2cm intervals) for Mn, Mo, and U of Site 5. The standard deviation of the triplicate experimental cores is mentioned in parathesis for experimental samples. The P-value from the one-tailed one-sample t-test is also available, which + and - define the gain or loss of element in the experimental core compared to reference core, respectively. .x1The sequential chemical extraction (Table 3) used for x2reference (Ref) and x3experimental (Exp) cores of sites 5 and 7. The standard deviation of the sequential chemical extractions (E1-E5, Table 3) for triplicate experimental cores of sites 5 and 7 is mentioned in parenthesis.
. The sequential chemical extraction results for reference and experimental core samples at depth 0-10 (2cm intervals) for Mn, Mo, and U of Site 7. The standard deviation of the triplicate experimental cores is mentioned in parathesis for experimental samples. The P-value from the one-tailed one-sample t-test is also available, which + and - define the gain or loss of element in the experimental core compared to reference core, respectively. .x1The sequential chemical extraction (Table 3) used for x2reference (Ref) and x3experimental (Exp) cores of sites 5 and 7. The standard deviation of the sequential chemical extractions (E1-E5, Table 3) for triplicate experimental cores of sites 5 and 7 is mentioned in parenthesis.
Date made available | 2022 |
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Publisher | Elsevier |
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