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1994). Zanders (1998) studied the distribution of Cd throughout the soil proﬁles of 17 soil types on a farm in New Zealand that had a long P fertilizer history and reported that Cd concentration generally decreased with depth and that soil parent material contributed little to the topsoil Cd concentration. In most of the proﬁles, insigniﬁcant levels of Cd were detected in the C and lower B horizons. B. Fluorine Fluorine is a common constituent of all rocks. 078% of the earth’s crust (Simons 1950), and parent rocks of soils generally contain between 180 and 1000 mg F/kg (Fleischer and Robinson 1963).
Because of the strong retention of Cd and F in surface soil layers, the leaching potential of these elements to contaminate groundwater is expected to be low; however, the strong retention may lead to increased intake of these elements by grazing livestock if they ingest large amounts of soil (see later section). 0 at 0–50 mm depth) that were regularly fertilized with P, Gray et al. (2003) reported that the amount of Cd lost through leaching below 250 mm depth represents 46 P. Loganathan et al.
5. Mean F concentrations (0–75 mm depth) for native/pastoral sites topdressed with low rates of, or no, P versus pastoral sites topdressed with high annual P rates. Site 1, Limestone Downs, Allophanic Soil; Site 2, Limestone Downs, Ultic Soil; Site 3, Normanby, Allophanic Soil; Site 4, Ballantrae, Pallic/Brown Soil; Site 5, Palmerston North, Pallic Soil. For soil classiﬁcation, see Hewitt (1998). (Redrawn from Loganathan et al. 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 Total soil P (mg/kg) Fig.
Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology Volume 192 (Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology) by George Ware