Kalinkina N., Belkina N., Sidorova A., Galibina N., Nikerova K. Bioassay of Lake Onego bottom sediments toxicity based on their chemical composition and deepwater macrozoobenthos state // Principy èkologii. 2017. № 1. P. 81‒103. DOI: 10.15393/j1.art.2017.6022


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Bioassay of Lake Onego bottom sediments toxicity based on their chemical composition and deepwater macrozoobenthos state

Kalinkina
   Nataliya Michailovna
D.Sc., Northern Water Problems Institute, KRC RAN, cerioda@mail.ru
Belkina
   Natalya Alexandrovna
PhD, Northern Water Problems Institute, KRC RAN, bel110863@mail.ru
Sidorova
   Anastasiya Ivanovna
PhD, Northern Water Problems Institute, KRC RAN, bolt-nastya@yandex.ru
Galibina
   Nataliya Alekseevna
PhD, Forest Institute, KRC RAN, galibina@krc.karelia.ru
Nikerova
   Kseniya Mikhailovna
Forest Institute, KRC RAN, knikerova@yandex.ru
Keywords:
Deepwater macrozoobenthos
bioassay
bottom sediments
lake Onego
chemical composition
Summary: The bioassay of the toxicity of bottom sediments sampled in different areas of Lake Onega was carried out by crustaceans biotesting (Ceriodaphnia affinis Lillijeborg). It was shown that in the most areas of Lake Onega there are non-toxic bottom sediments. Toxic bottom sediments were found in Kondopogskaya Bay, intensively polluted with pulp-and-paper mill wastewaters. For the first time in the deep central part of Lake Onega the area was revealed where the toxic bottom sediments contain a high content of iron, manganese and other trace elements typical for the central areas of the lake. The mapping of the bottom of Lake Onega was accomplished, and three zones were identified based on the analysis of the data concerning the chemical composition of bottom sediments, bioassay toxicity data and the results of the deepwater macrozoobenthos assessment. For each zone the parameters of the main groups of benthos (Amphipoda, Oligochaeta, Chironomidae) were defined. The first zone is located in the area of intensive anthropogenic influence (Kondopogskaya Bay, Petrozavodskaya Bay, Povenets Bay, Kizhi Skerries). The second zone is located mostly in the deep part of Petrozavodskaya Bay, where the most intensive development of amphipods is observed. The third area is identified for the first time: it is located in the central deep part of Lake Onega, where the communities of macrozoobenthos are limited by a natural toxic factor.

© Petrozavodsk State University

Reviewer: N. Berezina
Reviewer: A. E. Veselov
Received on: 22 November 2016
Published on: 27 March 2017

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