Gabriel Buendia Moya

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On the Mediterranean island of Mallorca, the use of secondary-treated municipal wastewater in irrigation was introduced with the construction of the first wastewater treatment plants in the 1970s. In this study, the chemical properties and biological activity of 21 arable soils, irrigated for more than 20 years with secondary-treated wastewater, were tested(More)
Growth and nutrient uptake of seven tree species were evaluated with the goal of selecting the species that can be used for wastewater enhancement by dendro-purification, or green tree filtering, and for restoration of riparian woodlands. Trees were grown in pots with an inert mixture of perlite and vermiculite and irrigated with either nutrient solution or(More)
  • Philip G. Carey, Angela J. Sargent, Antoni Martínez Taberner, Guillem Ramón, Gabriel Moyà
  • 2004
On the island of Mallorca, anchihaline lagoons, meromictic in character, are common in the flooded coastal karst. These subterranean lagoons, containing important populations of crustacea, maintain a connection, albeit tenuous, to the sea. Thus, the first truly quantitative study of marine ciliates inhabiting anchihaline lagoons was undertaken between April(More)
In oligotrophic regions, picophytoplankton can play a key role in total carbon production and energy transfer. Since the mesoscale hydrographic variability can influence the resource availability and therefore the biological communities, here we studied the linkage between hydrography, resource supply, abundance, and biomass contribution of prokaryotic(More)
The use of treated wastewater for irrigation is increasing, especially in those areas where water resources are limited. Treated wastewaters contain nutrients that are useful for plant growth and help to reduce fertilizers needs. Nutrient content of these waters depends on the treatment system. Nutrient supply by a treated wastewater from a conventional(More)
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