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- Šulčius, Sigitas; Montvydienė, Danguolė; Mazur-Marzec, Hanna; Kasperovičienė, Jūratė; Rulevičius, Rokas; Cibulskaitė, Živilė
- The Science of the total environment 2017 v.609 pp. 1443-1450
- algae, etc ; bacteria; biomass; community structure; ecosystem management; ecosystems; fish; food webs; monitoring; public health; risk; risk assessment; species diversity; surface water; toxicity; toxins; water management; zooplankton; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Sustainable and effective water management plans must have a reliable risk assessment strategies for harmful cyanobacterial blooms (HABs) that would enable timely decisions to be made, thus avoiding the trespassing of ecological thresholds, leading to the collapse of ecosystem structure and function. Such strategies are usually based on cyanobacterial biomass and/or on the monitoring of known toxi ...
- Hjorth, Rune; Coutris, Claire; Nguyen, Nhung H.A.; Sevcu, Alena; Gallego-Urrea, Juliàn Alberto; Baun, Anders; Joner, Erik J.
- Chemosphere 2017 v.182 pp. 525-531
- algae, etc ; Chlamydomonas; Crustacea; Escherichia coli; bacteria; ecotoxicology; environmental assessment; groundwater; iron; iron oxides; nanomaterials; polluted soils; remediation; risk; risk assessment; toxicity; turbidity; Europe; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Nanoremediation with iron (Fe) nanomaterials opens new doors for treating contaminated soil and groundwater, but is also accompanied by new potential risks as large quantities of engineered nanomaterials are introduced into the environment. In this study, we have assessed the ecotoxicity of four engineered Fe nanomaterials, specifically, Nano-Goethite, Trap-Ox Fe-zeolites, Carbo-Iron® and FerMEG12 ...