Impact of manure-related DOM on sulfonamide transport in arable soils

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Impact of manure-related DOM on sulfonamide transport in arable soils. / Zhou, D.; Thiele-Bruhn, S.; Arenz-Leufen, G; Jacques, Diederik; Lichtner, P.C.; Engelhardt, I.

In: Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, Vol. 192, 01.09.2016, p. 118-128.

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Zhou, D, Thiele-Bruhn, S, Arenz-Leufen, G, Jacques, D, Lichtner, PC & Engelhardt, I 2016, 'Impact of manure-related DOM on sulfonamide transport in arable soils', Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, vol. 192, pp. 118-128. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jconhyd.2016.07.005

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Zhou, D., Thiele-Bruhn, S., Arenz-Leufen, G., Jacques, D., Lichtner, P. C., & Engelhardt, I. (2016). Impact of manure-related DOM on sulfonamide transport in arable soils. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 192, 118-128. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jconhyd.2016.07.005

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Zhou D, Thiele-Bruhn S, Arenz-Leufen G, Jacques D, Lichtner PC, Engelhardt I. Impact of manure-related DOM on sulfonamide transport in arable soils. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 2016 Sep 1;192:118-128. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jconhyd.2016.07.005

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Zhou, D. ; Thiele-Bruhn, S. ; Arenz-Leufen, G ; Jacques, Diederik ; Lichtner, P.C. ; Engelhardt, I. / Impact of manure-related DOM on sulfonamide transport in arable soils. In: Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 2016 ; Vol. 192. pp. 118-128.

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title = "Impact of manure-related DOM on sulfonamide transport in arable soils",
abstract = "Field application of livestock manure introduces colloids and veterinary antibiotics, e.g. sulfonamides (SAs), into farmland. The presence of manure colloids may potentially intensify the SAs-pollution to soils and groundwater by colloid-facilitated transport. Transport of three SAs, sulfadiazine (SDZ), sulfamethoxypyridazine (SMPD), and sulfamoxole (SMOX), was investigated in saturated soil columns with and without manure colloids from sows and farrows, weaners, and fattening pigs. Experimental results showed that colloid-facilitated transport of SMOX was significant in the presence of manure colloids from fattening pigs with low C/N ratio, high SUVA280 nm and protein C, while manure colloids from sows and farrows and weaners had little effect on SMOX transport. In contrast, only retardation was observed for SDZ and SMPD when manure colloids were present. Breakthrough curves (BTCs) of colloids and SAswere replicated well by a newly developed numerical model that considers colloid-filtration theory, competitive kinetic sorption, and co-transport processes. Model results demonstrate that mobile colloids act as carriers for SMOX, while immobile colloids block SMOX from sorbing onto the soil. The low affinity of SMOX to sorb on immobile colloids prevents aggregation and also promotes SMOX's colloid-facilitated transport. Conversely, the high affinity of SDZ and SMPD to sorb on all types of immobile colloids retarded their transport. Thus, manure properties play a fundamental role in increasing the leaching risk of hydrophobic sulfonamides.",
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