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- Zhang, Chaowei, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Environmental pollution 2016 v.219 pp. 620-630
- Bacillariophyceae; Cyanobacteria; algal blooms; aluminum; bioavailability; clay; community structure; eutrophication; lakes; lanthanum; phosphorus; phytoplankton; sediments
- ... Addressing the challenge that phosphorus is the key factor and cause for eutrophication, we evaluated the phosphorus release control performance of a new phosphorus inactive clay (PIC) and compared with Phoslock®. Meanwhile, the impacts of PIC and Phoslock® on phytoplankton abundance and community structure in eutrophic water were also discussed. With the dosage of 40 mg/L, PIC effectively removed ...
- Zhu, Chaowei, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Ecological engineering 2013 v.60 pp. 336-343
- aquatic ecosystems; bioavailability; chlorophyll; eutrophication; lakes; nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; organophosphorus compounds; orthophosphates; phosphorus; sediments; China
- ... Because phosphorus (P) is a vital biogenic element for aquatic ecosystems, a deeper understanding for the turnover of P in lake sediments is much needed. In this study, seven lakes representing major lake types in the Eastern Plain region of China were selected so to identify and quantify the characteristics and lability of sediment P. A relatively new approach called Phosphorus-31 nuclear magneti ...