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Control of eutrophication in inland waters
Protection of natural waters - a public duty principles of energy and materials balance in natural waters estimation of water status and its classification predicting future changes in qualityExpand
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Acidic mining lakes : acid mine drainage, limnology, and reclamation
Limnological Case Studies on Acid Lakes. - Inorganic Processes of Acidification. - Remediation Concepts and Case Studies. - Results of Group Discussions and Outlook.
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Technologies for lake restoration
Lakes are suffering from different stress factors and need to be restored using different approaches. The eutrophication remains as the main water quality management problem for inland waters: bothExpand
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Natural and Anthropogenic Sulfuric Acidification of Lakes
Since the early 1960s, acid rain has affected surface waters in regions with soils low in carbonates. The acidification of whole lake districts resulted from industrial emissions distributed throughExpand
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Water quality management of mining lakes: a new field of applied hydrobiology
Underground and opencast mining generated many new lakes, some with dimensions comparable with natural glacier lakes. Research and water quality management on these lakes is multidisciplinary. A partExpand
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Scintillation properties of solution-grown trans-stilbene single crystals
Abstract The scintillation properties of trans -stilbene crystals grown for the first time by application of the solution growth technique to the scale of 10 cm are reported. Measurements of theExpand
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Growth‐Sector Boundaries and Growth‐Rate Dispersion in Potassium Alum Crystals
Crystals of potassium alum, pure and slightly doped with Cr 3+ , were grown from aqueous solution by slow temperature lowering. In addition, short re-dissolution periods were introduced in order toExpand
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High-temperature phase transitions and domain structures of KLiSO4: studied by polarisation-optics, X-ray topography and liquid–crystal surface decoration
Abstract The transitions between the room temperature phase III (space group P63) and the two high-temperature phases II (Pcmn) and I (P63/mmc) of KLiSO4 and the domain structures generated by themExpand
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