13C-NMR, PAHs, WSOC and water repellence of fire-affected soils (Albic Podzols) in lichen pine forests, Russia View Full Text


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2017-04-03

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Alexey A. Dymov, Dmitry N. Gabov, Evgeniy Yu. Milanovskii

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Soil organic matter (SOM) in boreal forest ecosystems can be strongly transformed by fires which, in turn, can affect soil physical and biological properties such as water repellency and nutrient cycling. The article contains the results of a study on SOM content in fire-affected lichen pine forests of the middle taiga subzone of the European part of Russia (Komi Republic). Soils which survived surface fires 2, 10, 16 years ago and unburned area were studied. We investigated changes in SOM composition using 13C NMR spectroscopy, and we measured water-soluble organic carbon (WSOC) content, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) concentrations, and contact angles of water droplets on soils. Forest fires increased pyrogenic organic carbon content and also largely transformed SOM composition. 13C NMR spectroscopy showed that the SOM composition of densimetric fractions in pyrogenic and unburned soil greatly differs. Fires increased the aromatic content in SOM composition of light fractions. The highest amount of aromatic carbon probably pyrogenic origin accumulated in fractions of free and occluded organic matter. According to 13C NMR spectroscopy, the aromatic component of organic matter increased in the pyrogenic horizons. The strongest PAHs concentrations occurred in the fractions of free particulate and occluded organic matter, in reference and fire-affected soils. The presence of PAHs in light densimetric fractions may serve as markers of past fire and fire intensity. In the initial years after fire, there was a decrease in the content of WSOC compounds; however, the WSOC content recovered with the recovery of ground vegetation. Our results showed that the greatest changes of contact angles were in upper pyrogenic soil horizons, whereas fires did not modify the contact angle value of lower mineral horizons. More... »

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