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Removal of trace elements in three horizontal sub-surface flow constructed wetlands in the Czech Republic.
Between March 2006 and June 2008 removal of 34 trace elements was measured on a monthly basis at three horizontal-flow constructed wetlands in the Czech Republic designed to treat municipalExpand
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Trace elements in Phragmites australis growing in constructed wetlands for treatment of municipal wastewater
Abstract Biomass of Phragmites australis growing in four constructed wetlands with horizontal sub-surface flow (HF CWs) designed for treatment of municipal sewage in the Czech Republic have beenExpand
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Trace metals in Phragmites australis and Phalaris arundinacea growing in constructed and natural wetlands.
Constructed wetlands with horizontal subsurface flow (HF CWs) designed for treatment of municipal sewage have been monitored extensively with respect to removal of organics, suspended solids,Expand
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Can multiple harvest of aboveground biomass enhance removal of trace elements in constructed wetlands receiving municipal sewage
Constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment in the Czech Republic are commonly planted with reed canarygrass (Phalaris arundinacea). Phalaris is a fast-growing grass which may be cut several timesExpand
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Total Mercury and Methylmercury Contamination of Fish from the Skalka Reservoir: A Case Study
Mar‰alek P., Z. Svobodova, T. Randak, J.·vehla: Mercury and Methylmercury Contamination of Fish from the Skalka Reservoir: A Case Study. Acta Vet. Brno 2005, 74: 427-434. The aim of this case studyExpand
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Heavy metals in sediments from constructed wetlands treating municipal wastewater
Constructed wetlands are commonly used for treatment of municipal sewage. The treatment is usually aimed at removal of organics, suspended solids, nutrients and microbial pollution. The informationExpand
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Iron and manganese in sediments of constructed wetlands with horizontal subsurface flow treating municipal sewage
Abstract In 2008, concentrations of iron and manganese in the sediments of seven constructed wetlands (CWs) with horizontal subsurface flow in the Czech Republic were evaluated. The surveyedExpand
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The onset of invasion of bryozoan Pectinatella magnifica in South Bohemia (Czech Republic)
Pectinatella magnifica is an invasive freshwater bryozoan with ability to produce large colonies reaching a capacity of up to several tens dm3. In the Protected Landscape Area and Biosphere reserveExpand
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Radiation Influencing of the Extraction Properties of the CyMe4-BTBP and CyMe4-BTPhen Solvents with FS-13
Abstract The radiolytic stability of two ligands, CyMe4-BTBP and CyMe4-BTPhen in system with the FS-13 (phenyl trifluoromethyl sulfone) diluent was investigated under irradiation by acceleratedExpand
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Mitigation of gaseous mercury emissions from waste-to-energy facilities: Homogeneous and heterogeneous Hg-oxidation pathways in presence of fly ashes.
This study describes the main mechanisms that take part in the mercury homogeneous oxidation pathway in presence of some of the main reactive compounds formed during waste incineration processes (O2,Expand
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