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Supplementary material: Factors influencing lead, mercury and other trace element exposure in birds from metal mining areas

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Durkalec, Maciej
  • Martínez-Haro, Mónica
  • Nawrocka, Agnieszka
  • Pareja-Carrera, Jennifer
  • Smits, Judit E.G.
  • Mateo, Rafael
Supplementary Table S1 Number of birds that were mist netted as a part of the study by species and site. Supplementary Table S2 Operating conditions of the Agilent 7700x ICP-MS spectrometer. Supplementary Table S3 Results of the analysis of TORT-3 (Lobster hepatopancreas), ERM-BB186 (Pig kidney) and BCR-185 (Bovine liver) certified reference materials. Units in mg kg-1 dry weight. Supplementary Table S4 Results of the analysis of SRM-1577c (Bovine liver) certified reference material in µg kg -1 (*) or mg kg-1 (**) d. w. Supplementary Table S5 Results of the analysis of SRM-1643f (Trace elements in water), in µg L-1. Supplementary Table S6 Analyzed concentrations of trace elements in feathers of birds (in μg g-1 of d. w.) by site and species. Supplementary Table S7 Mean (± SD) stable carbon (δ13C) and nitrogen (δ15N) isotope ratios (‰) of bird feathers by species, with sample size (N) and species characteristics (G – granivores, I – insectivores, O – omnivores, P – piscivores, M – migratory, R – resident). Supplementary Fig. S1 The results of the PCA: Scree plot (A) showing the proportion of variance in the principal components and graphs showing the proportion of each variable in PC1 (B), PC2 (C), and PC3 (D). Supplementary Fig. S2 Biplot showing stable isotope values in bird feathers (δ13C versus δ15N). Data points represent mean values and error bars represent standard error of the mean (SEM). Food groups are indicated by color: granivorous birds are dark red, omnivorous birds are yellow, insectivorous birds are green, and piscivorous birds are blue. Supplementary Table S8 Estimated marginal of trace elements by feeding habits of birds. Means and standard errors (μg g-1 of d. w.) were calculated based on GLM models with Al as a covariate. The results were averaged over the levels of study sites, age of feathers, and migration pattern. The intervals were back-transformed from the log scale and the tests were performed using Tukey method on the log scale. Supplementary Table S9 Estimated marginal means of trace elements by study site. Means and standard errors (μg g-1 of d. w.) were calculated based on GLM models with Al as a covariate. The results were averaged over the levels of feeding habits, age of feathers, and migration pattern. The intervals were back-transformed from the log scale and the tests were performed using Tukey method on the log scale. Supplementary Table S10 Estimated marginal means (± SEM) of trace in new and old feathers. Means and standard errors (μg g-1 of d. w.) were calculated based on GLM models with Al as a covariate. The results were averaged over the levels of feeding habits, study site, and migration pattern. The intervals were back-transformed from the log scale and the tests were performed on the log scale. Supplementary Table S11 Estimated marginal means (± SEM) of trace elements in feathers of birds by migration pattern. Means and standard errors (μg g-1 of d. w.) were calculated based on GLM models with Al as a covariate. The results were averaged over the levels of feeding habits, study site, and age of feathers. The intervals were back-transformed from the log scale and the tests were performed on the log scale., Peer reviewed
 
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Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL: FACTORS INFLUENCING LEAD, MERCURY AND OTHER TRACE ELEMENT EXPOSURE IN BIRDS FROM METAL MINING AREAS

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Durkalec, Maciej
  • Martínez-Haro, Mónica
  • Nawrocka, Agnieszka
  • Pareja-Carrera, Jennifer
  • Smits, Judit E.G.
  • Mateo, Rafael
Supplementary Table S1 Number of birds that were mist netted as a part of the study by species and site. Supplementary Table S2 Operating conditions of the Agilent 7700x ICP-MS spectrometer. Supplementary Table S3 Results of the analysis of TORT-3 (Lobster hepatopancreas), ERM-BB186 (Pig kidney) and BCR-185 (Bovine liver) certified reference materials. Units in mg kg-1 dry weight. Supplementary Table S4 Results of the analysis of SRM-1577c (Bovine liver) certified reference material in µg kg -1 (*) or mg kg-1 (**) d. w. Supplementary Table S5 Results of the analysis of SRM-1643f (Trace elements in water), in µg L-1. Supplementary Table S6 Analyzed concentrations of trace elements in feathers of birds (in μg g-1 of d. w.) by site and species. Supplementary Table S7 Mean (± SD) stable carbon (δ13C) and nitrogen (δ15N) isotope ratios (‰) of bird feathers by species, with sample size (N) and species characteristics (G – granivores, I – insectivores, O – omnivores, P – piscivores, M – migratory, R – resident). Supplementary Fig. S1 The results of the PCA: Scree plot (A) showing the proportion of variance in the principal components and graphs showing the proportion of each variable in PC1 (B), PC2 (C), and PC3 (D). Supplementary Fig. S2 Biplot showing stable isotope values in bird feathers (δ13C versus δ15N). Data points represent mean values and error bars represent standard error of the mean (SEM). Food groups are indicated by color: granivorous birds are dark red, omnivorous birds are yellow, insectivorous birds are green, and piscivorous birds are blue. Supplementary Table S8 Estimated marginal of trace elements by feeding habits of birds. Means and standard errors (μg g-1 of d. w.) were calculated based on GLM models with Al as a covariate. The results were averaged over the levels of study sites, age of feathers, and migration pattern. The intervals were back-transformed from the log scale and the tests were performed using Tukey method on the log scale. Supplementary Table S9 Estimated marginal means of trace elements by study site. Means and standard errors (μg g-1 of d. w.) were calculated based on GLM models with Al as a covariate. The results were averaged over the levels of feeding habits, age of feathers, and migration pattern. The intervals were back-transformed from the log scale and the tests were performed using Tukey method on the log scale. Supplementary Table S10 Estimated marginal means (± SEM) of trace in new and old feathers. Means and standard errors (μg g-1 of d. w.) were calculated based on GLM models with Al as a covariate. The results were averaged over the levels of feeding habits, study site, and migration pattern. The intervals were back-transformed from the log scale and the tests were performed on the log scale. Supplementary Table S11 Estimated marginal means (± SEM) of trace elements in feathers of birds by migration pattern. Means and standard errors (μg g-1 of d. w.) were calculated based on GLM models with Al as a covariate. The results were averaged over the levels of feeding habits, study site, and age of feathers. The intervals were back-transformed from the log scale and the tests were performed on the log scale., Peer reviewed




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