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Behavior of 36Cl in agricultural soil-plant systems: A review of transfer processes and modelling approaches

Abstract : This article aims to review up-to-date knowledge and data acquired on 36Cl transfers to terrestrial soil-plant systems, evaluate the existing modelling approaches and identify priorities for future model improvements. This update has revealed the existence of fairly recent studies, whose results could be used for improving the modelling approaches which have been developed over the last decade. The priority areas include the consideration of the dry deposition process and the transfer of both gaseous and aerosol 36Cl to plants. The consideration of secondary processes such as the synthesis/mineralization of organochlorines and plant biomass litterfall is not recognized as a priority issue when assessing the impact of gaseous discharges. It was also identified that additional experimental studies had to be conducted to improve the understanding of the processes governing stable Cl and 36Cl dynamics in other terrestrial ecosystems (field crops, vegetables, grass) than forest environments on which most of the reported knowledge and data are reviewed. © 2018 Elsevier Ltd
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S. Le Dizès, M.A. Gonze. Behavior of 36Cl in agricultural soil-plant systems: A review of transfer processes and modelling approaches. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, 2019, 196, pp.82--90. ⟨10.1016/j.jenvrad.2018.10.011⟩. ⟨hal-02507825⟩

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