Ver registro no DEDALUS
Exportar registro bibliográfico



CO2 and O2 dynamics in human-impacted watersheds in the state of São Paulo, Brazil (2008)

  • Authors:
  • USP Schools: ESALQ; CENA; CENA
  • DOI: 10.1007/s10533-008-9210-y
  • Language: Inglês
  • Imprenta:
  • Source:
    • Título do periódico: Biogeochemistry
    • Volume/Número/Paginação/Ano: . 88, p. 271-283, 2008
  • Acesso online ao documento

    Online accessDOI or search this record in
    Informações sobre o DOI: 10.1007/s10533-008-9210-y (Fonte: oaDOI API)
    • Este periódico é de assinatura
    • Este artigo NÃO é de acesso aberto
    • Cor do Acesso Aberto: closed
    Informações sobre o Citescore
  • Título: Biogeochemistry

    ISSN: 0168-2563

    Citescore - 2017: 3.79

    SJR - 2017: 1.658

    SNIP - 2017: 1.253

  • How to cite
    A citação é gerada automaticamente e pode não estar totalmente de acordo com as normas

    • ABNT

      SALOMÃO, M. S. M. B.; COLE, J. J.; CLEMENTE, Celso Augusto; et al. CO2 and O2 dynamics in human-impacted watersheds in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. Biogeochemistry, Dordrecht, p. 271-283, 2008. Disponível em: < > DOI: 10.1007/s10533-008-9210-y.
    • APA

      Salomão, M. S. M. B., Cole, J. J., Clemente, C. A., Silva, D. M. L., Camargo, P. B. de, Victoria, R. L., & Martinelli, L. A. (2008). CO2 and O2 dynamics in human-impacted watersheds in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. Biogeochemistry, 271-283. doi:10.1007/s10533-008-9210-y
    • NLM

      Salomão MSMB, Cole JJ, Clemente CA, Silva DML, Camargo PB de, Victoria RL, Martinelli LA. CO2 and O2 dynamics in human-impacted watersheds in the state of São Paulo, Brazil [Internet]. Biogeochemistry. 2008 ; 271-283.Available from:
    • Vancouver

      Salomão MSMB, Cole JJ, Clemente CA, Silva DML, Camargo PB de, Victoria RL, Martinelli LA. CO2 and O2 dynamics in human-impacted watersheds in the state of São Paulo, Brazil [Internet]. Biogeochemistry. 2008 ; 271-283.Available from:

    Referências citadas na obra
    Abril G, Etcheberb H, Borgesa AV, Frankignoulle M (2000) Excess atmospheric carbon dioxide transported by rivers into the Scheldt estuary. C R Acad Sci Paris, Sciences de la Terre et des planètes 330:761–768
    Ab’Saber AN (1956) A terra paulista. Boletim Paulista de Geografia 23:5–38
    Amiotte-Suchet P, Aubert D, Probst JL, Gauthier-Lafaye F, Probst A, Andreux F, Vivillec D (1999) δ13C pattern of dissolved inorganic carbon in a small granitic catchment: the Strengbach case study (Vosges mountains, France). Chem Geol 159:129–145
    Anderson DM, Glibert PM, Burkholder JM (2002) Harmful algal blooms and eutrophication: nutrient sources, composition, and consequences. Estuaries 4B:704–726
    Andrews JE, Greenway AM, Dennis PF (1998) Combined carbon isotope and OC/TN ratios as indicators of sources and fate of OM in a poorly flushed, tropical estuary: Hunts Bay, Kingston Harbour, Jamaica. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 46:743–756
    Atekwana EA, Krishnamurthy RV (1998) Seasonal variations of dissolved inorganic carbon and δ13C of surface waters: application of a modified gas evolution technique. J Hydrol 205:265–278
    Aucour AM, Sheppard SMF, Guyomar O, Wattelet J (1999) Use of C-13 to trace origin and cycling of inorganic carbon in the Rhone river system. Chem Geol 159:87–105
    Ballester MV, Martinelli LA, Krusche AV, Victoria RL, Bernardes M, Camargo PB (1999) Effects of increasing organic matter loading on the dissolved O-2, free dissolved CO2 and respiration rates in the Piracicaba River basin, southeast Brazil. Water Res 33:2119–2129
    Barth JAC, Cronin AA, Dunlop J, Kalin RM (2003) Influence of carbonates on the riverine carbon cycle in an anthropogenically dominated catchment basin: evidence from major elements and stable carbonisotopes in the Lagan River (N. Ireland). Chem Geol 200:203–216
    Bertolo R, Hirata R, Sracek O (2006) Geochemistry and geochemical modeling of unsaturated zone in a tropical region in Urânia, São Paulo state, Brazil. Journal of Hydrology 329:49–62
    Bonoto DM (2006) Hydro(radio) chemical relationships in the giant Guarani aquifer, Brazil. J Hydrol 323:353–386
    Brunet F, Gaiero D, Probst JL, Depetris PJ, Gauthier Lafaye F, Stille P (2005) δ13C tracing of dissolved inorganic carbon sources in Patagonian rivers (Argentina). Hydrol Process 19:3321–3344
    Butler JN (1991) Carbon dioxide equilibria and their applications. Lewis Publishers, Michigan
    Cai WJ, Wang Y (1998) The chemistry, fluxes and sources of carbon dioxide in the estuarine waters of the Satilla and Altamaha rivers, Georgia. Limnol Oceangr 43:657–656
    Cameron EM, Hall GEM, Veizer J, Krouse HR (1995) Isotopic and elemental hydrogeochemistry of a major river system–Fraser-River, British-Columbia. Canada Chem Geol 122:149–169
    Caraco NF, Cole JJ (1999) Human impact on nitrate export: an analysis using major world rivers. Ambio 28:167–170
    Carpenter SR, Caraco NF, Correll DL, Howarth RW, Sharpley AN, Smith VH (1998) Nonpoint pollution of surface waters with phosphorus and nitrogen. Ecol Appl 8:559–568
    Cerling TE, Solomon DK, Quade J, Bowman JR (1991) On the isotopic composition of carbon in soil carbon-dioxide. Geochim Cosmochim Acta 55:3403–3405
    Cole JJ, Caraco NF (2001) Carbon in catchments: connecting terrestrial carbon losses with aquatic metabolism. Mar Freshw Res 52:101–110
    Conceição FT, Bonoto DM (2004) Weathering rates and anthropogenic influences in a sedimentary basin, São Paulo State, Brazil. Appl Geochem 19:575–591
    Daniel MHB, Montebelo AA, Bernardes MC, Ometto J, de Camargo PB, Krusche AV, Ballester MV, Victoria RL, Martinelli LA (2002) Effects of urban sewage on dissolved oxygen, dissolved inorganic and organic carbon, and electrical conductivity of small streams along a gradient of urbanization in the Piracicaba River basin. Water Air Soil Pollut 136:189–206
    Das A, Krishnaswami S, Bhattacharya SK (2005) Carbon isotope ratio of dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) in rivers draining the Deccan Traps, India: sources of DIC and their magnitudes. Earth Planet Sci Lett 236:419–429
    Dawson JJC, Billett MF, Hope D (2001) Diurnal variations in the carbon chemistry of two acidic peatland streams in north-east Scotland. Freshw Biol 46:1309–1322
    Devol AH, Quay PD, Richey JE, Martinelli LA (1987) The role of gas-exchange in the inorganic carbon, oxygen, and Rn–222 budgets of the Amazon river. Limnol Oceanogr 32:235–248
    Dunne T, Leopold LB (1978) Water in the environmental planning. WH Freeman and Company, San Francisco
    Filoso S, Martinelli LA, Howarth RW et al (2006) Human activities changing the nitrogen cycle in Brazil. Biogeochemistry 79:61–89
    Finlay JC (2003) Controls of streamwater dissolved inorganic carbon dynamics in a forested watershed. Biogeochemistry 62:231–252
    Frankignoulle M, Bourge I, Wollast R (1996) Atmospheric CO2 fluxes in a highly polluted estuary (the Scheldt). Limnol Oceangr 41:365–369
    Frankignoulle M, Abril G, Borges A, Bourge I, Canon C, Delille B, Libert E, Theate JM (1998) Carbon dioxide emission from European estuaries. Science 282:434–436
    Filoso S, Martinelli LA, Williams MR et al (2003) Land use and nitrogen export in the Piracicaba River basin, Southeast Brazil. Biogeochemistry 65:275–294
    Galy A, France-Lanord C (1999) Weathering processes in the Ganges–Brahmaputra basin and the riverine alkalinity budget. Chem Geol 159:31–60
    Gergel SE, Turner MG, Miller JR, Melack JM, Stanley EH (2002) Landscape indicators of human impacts to riverine systems. Aquatic Sci 64:118–128
    Graneli W, Lindell M, Tranvik L (1996) Photo-oxidative production of dissolved organic carbon in lakes of different humic content. Limnol Oceanogr 41:698–706
    Hamilton SK, Sippel SJ, Calheiros DF, Melack JM (1997) An anoxic event and other biogeochemical effects of the Pantanal wetland on the Paraguai River. Limnol Oceanogr 42:257–272
    Helie JF, Hillaire-Marcel C, Rondeau B (2002) Seasonal changes in the sources and fluxes of dissolved inorganic carbon through the St. Lawrence River–isotopic and chemical constraint. Chem Geol 186:117–138
    Ittekkot V (1988) Global trends in the nature of organic-matter in river suspensions. Nature 332:436–438
    Jarvie HP, Neal C, Leach DV, Ryland GP, House WA, Robson AJ (1997) Major ion concentrations and the inorganic carbon chemistry of the Humber rivers. Sci Total Environ 194:285–302
    Jepsen DB, Winemiller KO (2007) Basin geochemistry and isotopic ratios of fishes and basal production sources in four neotropical rivers. Ecol Freshw Fish 16:267–281
    Johnson GD, Myers WL, Patil GP (2001) Predictability of surface water pollution loading in Pennsylvania using watershed-based landscape measurements. J Am Water Resour Assoc 37:821–835
    Jones JB, Mulholland PJ (1998) Carbon dioxide variation in a hardwood forest stream: an integrative measure of whole catchments soil respiration. Ecosystems 1:183–196
    Justic D, Rabalais NN, Turner RE, Wiseman WJ (1993) Seasonal coupling between riverborne nutrients, net productivity and hypoxia. Mar Pollut Bull 26:184–189
    Kimmelmann A, Forster M, Coelho R (1995) Environmental isotope and hydrogeochemical investigation of Bauru and Botucatu aquifers, Paraná Basin, Brazil. In Isotope hydrology investigations in Latin America 1994. IAEA-TECDOC-835, Vienna, Austria, 331 p
    Krusche A, Martinelli LA, Victoria RL, Bernardes M, Camargo PB, Ballester MV, Trumbore SE (2002) Composition of particulate and dissolved matter in a disturbed watershed of southeast Brazil (Piracicaba Basin). Water Res 36:2743–2752
    Martinelli LA, Filoso S (2008) Expansion of sugarcane land cover in Brazil for ethanol production: environmental and social issues. Ecol Appl 18:885–898
    Martinelli LA, Krusche AV, Victoria RL, de Camargo PB, Bernardes M, Ferraz ES, de Moraes JM, Ballester MV (1999a) Effects of sewage on the chemical composition of Piracicaba River, Brazil. Water Air Soil Pollut 110:67–79
    Martinelli LA, Ballester MV, Krusche AV, Victoria RL, de Camargo PB, Bernardes M, Ometto JPHB (1999b) Landcover changes and delta C-13 composition of riverine particulate organic matter in the Piracicaba River Basin (southeast region of Brazil). Limnol Oceanogr 44:1826–1833
    Martinelli LA, Silva AM, de Camargo PB, Moretti LR, Tomazelli AC, Silva DML, Fischer EG, Sonoda KC, Salomão MSMB (2002) Levantamento das cargas orgânicas lançadas nos rios do Estado de São Paulo. Biota Neotropica 2:25–37
    Meng SX, Maynard JB (2001) Use of statistical analysis to formulate conceptual models of geochemical behavior: water chemical data from the Botucatu aquifer in Sao Paulo state, Brazil. J Hydrol 250:78–97
    Neal C, Jarvie HP, Whitton BA, Gemmell J (2000) The water quality of the River Wear, North-East England. Sci Total Environ 251:153–172
    Ometto JPHB, Martinelli LA, Ballester MV, Gessner A, Krusche A, Victoria RL, Williams M (2000) Effects of land use on water chemistry and macroinvertebrate in two streams of the Piracicaba River basin, Southeast Brazil. Freshw Biol 44:327–337
    Pan YD, Stevenson RJ, Hill BH, Kaufmann PR, Herlihy AT (1999) Spatial patterns and ecological determinants of benthic algal assemblages in Mid-Atlantic streams, USA. J Phycol 35:460–468
    Parker SR, Poulson SR, Gammons CH, Degrandepre MD (2007) Biogeochemical controls on diel cycling of stable isotopes of dissolved O2 and dissolved inorganic carbon in the Big Hole River, Montana. Environ Sci Technol 39:7134–7140
    Quay PD, Wilbur DO, Richey JE, Hedges JI, Devol AH (1992) Carbon cycling in the Amazon River: implications from the δ13C compositions of particles and solutes. Limnol Oceanogr 37:857–871
    Raymond PA, Cole JJ (2003) Increase in the export of alkalinity from North America’s largest river. Science 301:88–91
    Richey JE, Hedges JI, Devol AH, Quay PD, Victoria RL, Martinelli LA, Forsberg BR (1990) Biogeochemistry of carbon in the Amazon River. Limnol Oceanogr 35:352–371
    Richey JE, Melack JM, Aufdenkampe AK, Ballester VM, Hess LL (2002) Outgassing from Amazoniam rivers and wetlands as a large tropical source of atmospheric CO2. Nature 416:617–620
    Silva AMS, Nalon MAN, Kronka FJN, Alvarez CA, de Camargo PB, Martinelli LA (2007) Historical Land-cover/use in different slope and riparian buffer zones in watersheds of the state of São Paulo. Scientia Agricola 64:325–335
    Sracek O, Hirato R (2002) Geochemical and stable isotopic evolution of the Guarani Aquifer System in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. Hydrogeol J 10:643–655
    Spence J, Telmer K (2005) The role of sulfur in chemical weathering and atmospheric CO2 fluxes: evidence from major ions, δ13CDIC, and δ34SSO4 in rivers of the Canadian Cordillera. Geochim Cosmochim Acta 69:5441–5458
    Stephens M, Rose J (2005) Modern stable isotopic (δ18O, δ2H, δ13C) variation interrestrial, fluvial, estuarine and marine waters from north-central Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo. Earth Surf Process Landforms 30:901–912
    Telmer K, Veize J (1999) Carbon fluxes, pCO and substrate weathering in a large northern river basin, Canada: carbon isotope perspectives. Chem Geol 159:61–86
    Thomaz SM, Pereira G, Pagioro TA (2001) Microbila respiration and chemical composition of different sediment fractions in waterbodies of the Upper Paraná River floodplain, Brazil. Rev Bras Biol 61:277–286
    Tipping E, Marker AFH, Butterwick C, Collett GD, Cranwell PA, Ingram JKG, Leach DV, Lishman JP, Pinder AC, Rigg E, Simon BM (1997) Organic carbon in the Humber rivers. Sci Total Environ 194:345–355
    Tucci CEM (1993) Hidrologia–Ciência e Aplicação. UFRGS/Edusp/ABRH, Porto Alegre
    Turner RE, Rabalais NN (1994) Coastal eutrophication near the Mississippi River delta. Nature 368:619–621
    Vitorello VA, Cerri CC, Andreux F, Feller C, Victoria RL (1989) Organic matter and natural carbon-13 distribution in forested and cultivated oxisols. Soil Sci Soc Am J 53:773–778
    Yang C, Telmer K, Veizer JI (1996) Chemical dynamics of the “St. Lawrence” riverine system: δDH2O, δ18OH2O, δ13CDIC, δ34Ssulfate, and dissolved 87Sr/86Sr. Geochem Cosmochim Acta 60:851–866
    Wachniew P (2006) Isotopic composition of dissolved inorganic carbon in a large polluted river: the Vistula, Poland. Chem Geol 233:293–308
    Waldron S, Marian Scott E, Soulsby C (2007) Stable isotope analysis reveals lower-order river dissolved inorganic carbon pools are highly dynamic. Environ Sci Technol 41:6156–6162
    Wang XF, Veizer J (2000) Respiration-photosynthesis balance of terrestrial aquatic ecosystems, Ottawa area, Canada. Geochim Cosmochim Acta 64:3775–3786
    Wolock DM, Fan J, Lawrence GB (1997) Effects of basin size on low-flow stream chemistry and subsurface contact time in the Neversink River Watershed, New York. Hydrol Processes 11:1273–1286
    Zhang J, Quay PD, Wilbur DO (1995) Carbon isotope fractionation during gas-water exchange and dissolution of CO2. Geochim Cosmochim Acta 59:107–114