Coastal aquaculture regulates phosphorus cycling in estuarine wetlands: Mobilization, kinetic resupply, and source-sink process
Estuarine mangrove wetlands have gradually declined owing to the growing construction of aquaculture ponds. How the speciation, transition, and migration of phosphorus (P) adaptively change in the sediments of this pond-wetland ecosystem remains unclear. In this study, we used high-resolution devices to explore the contrasting P behaviors associated with the redox cycles of Fe-Mn-S-As in estuarine and pond sediments. The results showed that the construction of aquaculture ponds increased the content or percentage of the silt, organic carbon, and P fractions in sediments. Dissolved organic P (DOP) concentrations in pore water were fluctuant with depths, accounting for only 18±15% and 20±11% of total dissolved P (TDP) in estuarine and pond sediment, respectively. Furthermore, DOP was less strongly correlated with other P species, including Fe, Mn, and sulfide. The coupling of dissolved reactive P (DRP) and TDP with Fe and sulfide confirmed that P mobility is regulated by Fe redox cycling in estuarine sediments, whereas Fe(III) reduction and sulfate reduction co-regulate P remobilization in pond sediments. The apparent diffusion flux revealed all sediments acting as sources for TDP (0.04–0.1 mg m d) to the overlying water, while mangrove sediments were sources of DOP, and pond sediments were major sources of DRP. The DIFS model overestimated the P kinetic resupply ability, which was evaluated using DRP rather than TDP. This study improves our understanding of P cycling and budget in aquaculture pond-mangrove ecosystems and has important implications for understanding water eutrophication more effectively.
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National Natural Science Foundation of China["42106038","41907162"] ; GuangDong Basic and Applied Basic Research Foundation[2022A1515010572] ; China Postdoctoral Science Foundation[2020M682085] ; Shenzhen Science and Technology Program[JSGG20210802153535002]
|WOS Research Area|
Engineering ; Environmental Sciences & Ecology ; Water Resources
Engineering, Environmental ; Environmental Sciences ; Water Resources
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Cited Times [WOS]:1
|Document Type||Journal Article|
|Department||School of Environmental Science and Engineering|
1.State Environmental Protection Key Laboratory of Integrated Surface Water-Groundwater Pollution Control,School of Environmental Science and Engineering,Southern University of Science and Technology,Shenzhen,518055,China
2.State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science,College of the Environment & Ecology,Xiamen University,Xiamen,361102,China
3.College of Ocean and Earth Sciences,Xiamen University,Xiamen,361102,China
|First Author Affilication||School of Environmental Science and Engineering|
|First Author's First Affilication||School of Environmental Science and Engineering|
Xiao，Kai,Pan，Feng,Li，Yurui,et al. Coastal aquaculture regulates phosphorus cycling in estuarine wetlands: Mobilization, kinetic resupply, and source-sink process[J]. WATER RESEARCH,2023,234.
Xiao，Kai.,Pan，Feng.,Li，Yurui.,Li，Zhenyang.,Li，Hailong.,...&Zheng，Chunmiao.(2023).Coastal aquaculture regulates phosphorus cycling in estuarine wetlands: Mobilization, kinetic resupply, and source-sink process.WATER RESEARCH,234.
Xiao，Kai,et al."Coastal aquaculture regulates phosphorus cycling in estuarine wetlands: Mobilization, kinetic resupply, and source-sink process".WATER RESEARCH 234(2023).
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