Molecular Composition of Permafrost Organic Matter Derived from Arctic Soil Coresтезисы доклада

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[1] Molecular composition of permafrost organic matter derived from arctic soil cores / A. Zherebker, D. Podgorski, V. Kholodov et al. // Book of Abstracts. Fourth International Conference of CIS IHSS on Humic Innovative Technologies From Molecular Analysis of Humic Substances – to Nature-like Technologies (HIT-2017). — ООО КЛУБ ПЕЧАТИ Москва, 2017. — P. 77–77. Arctic permafrost is a large-scale source of bio-labile organic matter (OM), the decomposition of which would contribute significantly to the global carbon cycle. During global warming, the particular attention should be paid to its release and fate. In order to study the evolution of conserved molecular pool as well as the processes of its transformation in modern conditions, it is necessary to establish molecular markers that are characteristic for the structure of permafrost OM. To achieve this goal, the most conservative fraction of permafrost OM - humic substances (HS) was extracted from six cores selected in the vicinity of Lake Shchuchye in the Kolyma River basin. Cores were sampled from different depths varied from 3 to 15 m. A total of 18 samples of humic (HA) and fulvic acids (FA) were obtained. Molecular compositions were determined by ultrahigh resolution 7T Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass-spectrometry (FTICR MS) equipped with electrospray ion source (ESI).

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