Citation of: Biological filtering and ecological machinery for self-purification and bioremediation in aquatic ecosystems: Towards a holistic

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http://5bio5.blogspot.com/2012/12/citation-of-biological-filtering-and.html Ostroumov S.A. [1998], Biological filtering and ecological machinery for self-purification and bioremediation in aquatic ecosystems: towards a holistic view. Rivista di Biologia/ Biology Forum. 91: 247-258.

** Citation in France:
imep-cnrs.com [PDF] Influence of benthic and interstitial processes on nutrient changes along a regulated reach of a large river (Rhône River, France)
G Fauvet, C Claret, P Marmonier- Hydrobiologia, 2001 - Springer Benthic and hyporheic (ie the water-saturated interstitial zone beneath river bed-sediments) processes together modify particulate and dissolved nutrient fluxes in streams, but the relative importance of these processes remains unstudied in large rivers. Changes in ... Related articles BL Direct All 6 versions Cite

** Citation in Italy:
Bacterial accumulation by the Demospongiae< i> Hymeniacidon perlevis</i>: A tool for the bioremediation of polluted seawater
C Longo, G Corriero, M Licciano, L Stabili - Marine pollution bulletin, 2010 - Elsevier Sponges can filter large amounts of water, which exerts an important grazing impact on free bacteria, an important component of the diet of sponges. We examined the accumulation of bacteria in the Demospongiae (Hymeniacidon perlevis). Analyses were performed on ... Related articles All 7 versions Cite

** Citation in the U.S.A.:
google.com [PDF] [PDF] Reduction of fecal coliform levels in two created wetlands at the Olentangy River Wetland Research Park TD Hinds Jr, RR Brown, EH Burns Jr - 2004 - sites.google.com The presence of fecal coliform bacteria in aquatic environments is often used as an indicator of contamination with fecal material and other possible pollutants (Tyrrell et al., 1995; Hernandez et al., 1997; Gearheart, 1999; McMath et al., 1999; Perkins and Hunter, 2000). ... Related articles All 7 versions Cite ** Citation in Canada: [HTML] A Comparative Analysis of Drinking Water and its Freshwater Source: Determining water quality by the Identification of Microorganisms J Conley - uleth.ca
The University of Lethbridge, Canada

Abstract The purpose of this experiment was to determine if microorganisms from dugout water at a specific rural location were present in the drinking water. The microorganisms in both the drinking water and dugout samples were viewed using a Scanning Electron ... Full text: http://www.uleth.ca/emf/jconley/jconley.htm Related articles Cite

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