By Masaharu Fukue, K. Kita, M. Ohtsubo, R. Chaney
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The CFs in the Japan Sea increase with increasing depth and it is believed that this increase with depth is due to the formation of Mn and Fe oxides. The CFs of Co, Cu, Zn, and Cd, to Mn and Fe are 104 – 106, 106 – 107, 104 – 105, and 103 – 104, respectively, which are comparative to those of plankton and settling particles ͑Takematsu 1979b; Sato 1989͒. Accordingly, suspended solids in the wood pool will take a longer time to be deposited on the bottom. When seawater is stratified, photosynthesis is active and aerobic, from the surface to a water of about 2 m, although there is an oxygen-deficient water layer just near the bottom.
This suggests that if organic matter is removed from the sediments, the metal concentration will be decreased to the background value. A comparison of the results shown in Table 1 and the Canadian Sediment Quality Guidelines revealed that the Cd concentration from the wood pool did not exceed the PEL value. 2 mg/ kg. The average concentrations of Cr and As were relatively low and were lower than the respective PELs. FUKUE ET AL. ON A PROPOSED CONTAINMENT TECHNIQUE 41 FIG. 16—Procedures for treatment and disposal of dredged sediments.
Copyright © 2006 by ASTM International, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, PO Box C700, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959. 32 FUKUE ET AL. ON A PROPOSED CONTAINMENT TECHNIQUE 33 FIG. 1—Sampling sites of sediments in the wood pool. districts and small factory sites, as shown in Fig. 1. 24 m3 / s, respectively͒. The wood pool contains several breakwaters and many driven mooring piles, to which wood rafts are moored. The Tomoe River, which is larger than the two streams mentioned above, flows into Shimizu Port, as shown in Fig.
Contaminated Sediments: Evaluation and Remediation Techniques (ASTM special technical publication, 1482) by Masaharu Fukue, K. Kita, M. Ohtsubo, R. Chaney