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Persistence of the De-Icing Additive Benzotriazole at an Abandoned Airport
The environmental fate of many of the additives in the deicing agents used at airports is poorly understood. One and two years after deicing activities ceased, soil and groundwater samples were takenExpand
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Photochemical Degradation of Benzotriazole
Abstract Benzotriazole is a commonly used additive in aircraft de-icing fluids. As a result of extensive de-icing activities the compound is detected in the groundwater below de-icing platforms atExpand
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Use of sensor data for turbidity, pH and conductivity as an alternative to conventional water quality monitoring in four Norwegian case studies
Sensor technology represents a relatively novel opportunity for water quality monitoring, and some of its many potential uses have been explored and assessed in this paper. Four Norwegian caseExpand
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Retention of nitrogen in small streams artificially polluted with nitrate
A simple method was developed to test hypotheses on nitrogen retention in first-order streams in an agricultural region near Oslo, SE Norway. A gravity-operated system added a nitrate solution to theExpand
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Shell sand: A new filter medium for constructed wetlands and wastewater treatment
Abstract Shell sand is a natural carbonatic material mainly produced by shells, snails and coral alga (Lithotaminion sp.). At some shallow coastal sites shell sand deposits are 5–10 m deep. OneExpand
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Treatment of tunnel wash waters--experiments with organic sorbent materials. Part II: Removal of toxic metals.
In the first part of the article, the column and the bag experiments concerning removal of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and nonpolar oil (NPO) from tunnel wash waters using organic sorbentExpand
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Treatment of tunnel wash waters--experiments with organic sorbent materials. Part I: Removal of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and nonpolar oil.
Tunnel wash waters characterize all waters that run off after washing procedures of tunnels are performed. These waters represent a wide spectrum of organic and inorganic pollutants, such asExpand
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The potential of natural ecosystem self-purifying measures for controlling nutrient inputs
Abstract Most ecosystems have a certain assimilative capacity regarding plant nutrient or biodegradable organic matter. Knowledge of the metabolizing processes of different ecosystems enable the useExpand
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Pesticide runoff from greenhouse production.
A research has been undertaken studying pesticide residues in water from greenhouses and the use of soils and filter materials to reduce such losses. The pesticides detected in water samplesExpand
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Pesticides in Greenhouse Runoff, Soil and Plants: A Screening
A research has been undertaken studying pesticide losses from areas with intense agricultural and horticultural productions such as vegetables, cotton, pot plants and flowers, taking grab andExpand
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