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- Janse, Jan H., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Water research 2019 v.157 pp. 19-29
- Cyanobacteria; adverse effects; carbon dioxide; cost effectiveness; drinking water; dynamic models; eutrophication; filtration; freshwater ecosystems; groundwater; groundwater recharge; lakes; macrophytes; nutrient availability; nutrient content; oxygen; phytoplankton; pollution load; risk; river water; sedimentation rate; sediments; seepage; summer; surface water; urban areas; water quality; water supply; water temperature
- ... Induced bank filtration (IBF) is a water abstraction technology using different natural infiltration systems for groundwater recharge, such as river banks and lake shores. It is a cost-effective pre-treatment method for drinking water production used in many regions worldwide, predominantly in urban areas. Until now, research concerning IBF has almost exclusively focussed on the purification effic ...