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The potential causes of cyanobacterial blooms in Baltic Sea estuaries
Abstract Nodularia spumigena Mertens, Aphanizomenon flos-aquae (L.) Ralfs and some species of the genus Anabaena are the dominant cyanobacterial taxa occurring in the Gulf of Gdańsk. TheExpand
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APPLICATION OF CROSS-LINKED CHITOSAN FOR PHOSPHATE REMOVAL FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS
This study investigated the effectiveness of phosphate adsorption onto non-cross-linked chitosan beads [CHs], and onto chitosan beads cross-linked with glutaraldehyde [ALD-CHs] and epichlorohydrinExpand
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Effect of ionic and covalent crosslinking agents on properties of chitosan beads and sorption effectiveness of Reactive Black 5 dye
Abstract This study compared properties of hydrogel chitosan sorbents crosslinked with eight agents, including four ionic ones: sodium citrate, sodium tripolyphosphate, sulfosuccinic acid, and oxalicExpand
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Municipal landfill leachate nitrification in RBC biofilm - process efficiency and molecular analysis of microbial structure.
Landfill leachates were treated using a two-stage rotating biological contactor (RBC). At an ammonium load of 1.92gN-NH(4)/m(2)d, complete nitrification was obtained at the first stage; however, at aExpand
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Sorption of nutrients (orthophosphate, nitrate III and V) in an equimolar mixture of P–PO4, N–NO2 and N–NO3 using chitosan
Abstract This manuscript presents results of a study on sorption effectiveness of orthophosphate and nitrate III and V in an equimolar mixture of P–PO 4 , N–NO 2 and N–NO 3 using chitosan in the formExpand
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APPLICATION OF CROSS-LINKED CHITOSAN FOR NITRATE NITROGEN (V) REMOVAL FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS
This study was aimed at determining the possibility of applying non-cross-linked chitosan (CHs) as well as chitosan cross-linked with glutaraldehyde (CHs-GLA) and epichlorohydrin (CHSECH) for theExpand
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PHOSPHATE REMOVAL FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS BY CHITIN AND CHITOSAN IN FLAKES
The article presents the effectiveness of phosphate adsorption on the flakes of chitin and chitosan. Studies performed determined adsorption capacity of chitin and chitosan, best among the testedExpand
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Cyanobacterial blooms in the Gulf of Gdańsk (southern Baltic): the main effect of eutrophication
Abstract The most striking aspect of eutrophication in the Baltic are the summer blooms of cyanobacteria. Some of the blooms are toxic to marine organisms and poisonous to people. Our studies,Expand
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Temperature and N:P ratio as factors causing blooms of blue-green algae in the Gulf of Gdańsk
The bloom dynamics of two planktonic, nitrogen-fixing species of blue-green algae Aphanizomenon flos-aquae (L.) Ralfs and Nodularia spumigenaMertens in the Gulf of Gdansk were studied. The Gulf ofExpand
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