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Citation of. Polyfunctional Role of Biodiversity in Processes Leading to Water Purification.Current Conceptualizations and Concluding Remarks. http://ru.scribd.com/doc/143319393

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Citation of. Polyfunctional Role of Biodiversity in Processes Leading to Water Purification.Current Conceptualizations and Concluding Remarks. http://ru.scribd.com/doc/143319393
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Citation of. Polyfunctional role of biodiversity in processes leading to waterpurification.Current conceptualizations and concluding remarks
 
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 Tags: U.S.A., China, Belgium; Sweden; France; Germany; The Netherlands; Ireland;Spain, water, quality, purification, aquatic, ecosystem, resources,Documents that cited the following paper:Ostroumov S.A.Polyfunctional role of biodiversity in processes leading to water purification: Currentconceptualizations and concluding remarks (2002) Hydrobiologia, 469 , pp. 203-204.This paper - full text - online free:
 
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they cited:Perez-Llorens, J.L.(2)Fernandez-Engo, M.A.(2)Kolesov, G.M.(2)Hernandez, I.(2)Vergara, J.J.(2)Chen, X.F.(1)Chen, Y.X.(1)Chuai, X.M.(1)Dodson, S.I.(1)
 
Hamilton, D.(1)Ioannou, A.(1)Lazareva, E.V.(1)Lazaridou, M.(1)Li, H.(1)Liang, X.Q.(1)Liu, M.S.(1)Liu, T.(1)Martinez-Aragon, J.F.(1)Brooks, B.W.(1)Perez-Pastor, A.(1)Peterson, S.A.(1)Ren, R.L.(1)Riley, T.M.(1)Shestakova, T.V.(1)Taylor, R.D.(1)Chatzinikolaou, Y.(1)Vorozhun, I.M.(1)Wetzel, R.G.(1)Widdows, J.(1)Xu, L.(1)Xu, M.(1)Yang, L.Y.(1)Yao, Y.X.(1)Zeng, J.(1)Zhang, J.M.(1)Zhang, M.(1)Zhang, X.Z.(1)Zhou, L.(1), and many others
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Nitrogenous fluxes and its self-purification capacity in Lake Taihu
 Chen, X.-F., Chuai, X.-M., Zeng, J., Liu, T., Yang, L.-Y.2012Huanjing Kexue/Environmental Science 33 (7) , pp. 2309-2314Chen, X.-F. , Chuai, X.-M., Zeng, J., Liu, T., Yang, L.-Y.State Key Laboratory of Pollution Control and Resource Reuse, School of the Environment, NanjingUniversity, Nanjing 210046, ChinaView references (32)AbstractThe various forms of nitrogen in 25 rivers surrounding Lake Taihu as well as in some typical lakezones such as Meiliang Bay and East Lake Taihu were analyzed during the hydrological year of2009-2010. Furthermore, the nitrogenous self-purification capacity of Lake Taihu was studied incombined with the investigation of water flow, cyanobacteria salvages and aquatic product outputs.In the whole hydrological year, the inflow and outflow fluxes of total nitrogen (TN) were 7.00×10 4 tand 4.01×10 4 t, respectively. About 3.02×10 4 t and 0.20×10 4 t nitrogen in water body wereremoved by denitrification and sediment adsorption during this hydrological year, respectively,suggesting a strong nitrogen self-purification capacity of Lake Taihu. The potential denitrification isstronger in western Lake Taihu (e.g., Meiliang Bay) than that in eastern Lake Taihu (e.g., East LakeTaihu), and is stronger in summer than that in other seasons. Thus, the nitrogenous self-purificationcapacity plays an important role in nitrogenous transference and transformation in Lake Taihu.Author keywordsDenitrification; Flux; Lake Taihu; Nitrogen; Self-purification; Surrounding river

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