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On some issues of maintaining water quality and self-purification Documents that cite the scientific publication, indexed in Scopus: Ostroumov S.A. On some issues of maintaining water quality and self-purification (2005) Water Resources, 32 (3) , pp. 305-313. Review and opinion paper. New analysis and integrative concept of how the biological community of aquatic organisms functions toward improving water quality, making water clean and clear, increasing stability of the aquatic ecosystem. Full test of this paper free:
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** Research on seasonal variation of self-purification ability for small shallow lakes in south lake Taihu Xu, L., Li, H., Chen, Y.-X., Yao, Y.-X., Liang, X.-Q., Zhou, L., Zhang, X.-Z. 2010 Huanjing Kexue/Environmental Science 31 (4) , pp. 924-930 Xu, L.a , Li, H.ab , Chen, Y.-X.ab, Yao, Y.-X.c, Liang, X.-Q.ab, Zhou, L.c, Zhang, X.-Z.ad
a Institute of Environmental Science and Technology, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou 310029, China b Key Laboratory for Water Pollution Control and Environmental Safety, Hangzhou 310029, Zhejiang Province, China c Environmental Monitoring Central Station, Huzhou 313000, China d Environmental Monitoring Station, Lanxi 321100, China View additional affiliations View references (29) Abstract Seasonal variations of self-purification ability for small natural shallow lakes in South Lake Taihu were investigated. The results showed that seasonal difference of self-purification of permanganate index, total nitrogen (TN), ammonium (NH 4 +-N), nitrate (NO 3 --N), total phosphorus (TP), chlorophyll (Chl-a) in small shallow lakes were remarkable. Effects of self-purification were better in spring and winter, and were worse in summer by NH 4 +-N and NO 3 --N and in autumn by TP and Chl-a. Organic pollution was light, TN and TP pollution were seriously in four seasons. Concentrations of TN and TP brought a well condition to algae growth, and lakes were eutrification easily by the limiting factor of phosphorus. Concentrations of Chl-a were showed that lakes were eutrophic in summer or autumn and mesotrophic in winter or spring. Growth and blooms of phytoplankton impacted water quality and self-purification of lakes. Species and quantity of aquatic plants were the main factors to affect the change of pH and dissolved oxygen (DO), and loss of fertilizer and domestic wastewater were the main reasons for high nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations in lakes. Organic nitrogen was the main portion of TN by using excessive organic fertilizer in summer, NO 3 --N was the main portion in other seasons. The principal component analysis result showed that the three principal components of self-purification ability were phytoplankton factor (water temperature, pH, permanganate index and Chl-a), farm drainage factor (pH, DO and TN), nutrient factor (TN and TP). The cluster analysis result showed that the water quality of four seasons in 11 sampling sites of three lakes could be divided into two categories: first, in spring, autumn and winter; second, in summer. This was caused by the temperature changes and agricultural drainage. Water temperature and pH were used to calculate the concentrations of permanganate index, TN, TP, Chl-a by linear equations, which improved the quick prediction ability in locale. Author keywords Cluster analysis; Linear fitting; Principal component analysis; Seasonal variation; Self-purification ability; Small shallow lake Indexed keywords EMTREE drug terms: fresh water EMTREE medical terms: article; bioremediation; China; environmental monitoring; principal component analysis; season; water management; water pollutant MeSH: Biodegradation, Environmental; China; Environmental Monitoring; Fresh Water; Principal Component Analysis; Seasons; Water Pollutants, Chemical; Water Purification Medline is the source for the MeSH terms of this document.
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