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Numerical modelling of sediment-bacteria interaction processes in surface waters.
Faecal bacteria exist in both free-living and attached forms in surface waters. The deposition of sediments can take faecal bacteria out of the water column and to the bed. The sediments canExpand
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Rapid quantification of bacteria and viruses in influent, settled water, activated sludge and effluent from a wastewater treatment plant using flow cytometry.
As microbiological parameters are important in monitoring the correct operation of wastewater treatment plants and controlling the microbiological quality of wastewater, the abundances of totalExpand
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Ecological and health risks assessment and spatial distribution of residual heavy metals in the soil of an e-waste circular economy park in Tianjin, China.
Ziya Circular Economy Park is the biggest e-waste recycle park in North China before 2011, its function was then transformed in response to regulations and rules. In this paper, investigation wasExpand
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Biodegradation of decabromodiphenyl ether (BDE 209) by a newly isolated bacterium from an e-waste recycling area
Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) have become widespread environmental pollutants all over the world. A newly isolated bacterium from an e-waste recycling area, Stenotrophomonas sp. strainExpand
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Modelling importance of sediment effects on fate and transport of enterococci in the Severn Estuary, UK.
The paper detailed a water quality modelling study of a hyper-tidal estuary, undertaken to assess the impact of various bacteria input loads on the receiving waters in a coastal basin in the UK, byExpand
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Combination of biochar and immobilized bacteria in cypermethrin-contaminated soil remediation
Abstract Cypermethrin is widely applied in agriculture practice and leads to serious soil contamination. Limited information is available on the bioremediation of cypermethrin-contaminated soil usingExpand
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Distribution and diversity of fungi in freshwater sediments on a river catchment scale
Fungal communities perform essential functions in biogeochemical cycles. However, knowledge of fungal community structural changes in river ecosystems is still very limited. In the present study, weExpand
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Impact of planktonic low nucleic acid-content bacteria to bacterial community structure and associated ecological functions in a shallow lake.
In this study, 0.45 μm filtration, flow cytometric fingerprint, 16S rRNA amplicon sequencing, and bioinformation tools were adopted to analyze the structural diversity and potential functions ofExpand
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Resistance and resilience of representative low nucleic acid-content bacteria to free chlorine exposure.
Two representative low nucleic acid-content (LNA) bacterial strains, Polynucleobacter sp. CB and Sphingopyxis sp. 15Y-HN, and two commonly used microbial indicators of drinking water disinfectionExpand
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Tidal turbine deployment in the Bristol Channel: a case study
The renewable energy route map for Wales outlines ambitious targets for 50% renewables by 2025. The Welsh coast, subject to tidal ranges of the order of 13 m and tidal flows in excess of 3 m/s, isExpand
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