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Riverine inputs and direct discharges to Norwegian coastal waters – 2011
Riverine inputs and direct discharges to Norwegian coastal waters in 2011 have been estimated in accordance with the requirements of the OSPAR Commission. Due to high water discharges in 2011, theExpand
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Flow and pH Modelling to Study the Effects of Liming in Regulated, Acid Salmon Rivers
In the regulated river Ekso, Western Norway, liming of the headwater has been introduced as a mitigating action to improve the water quality for Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.). Supply of lime fromExpand
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Increased spreading potential of the invasive Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas) at its northern distribution limit in Europe due to warmer climate
The Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, is an invasive species with a large increase in prevalence globally, and with potential of spreading even more because of climate-change effects. We examinedExpand
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Quantitative microbial risk assessment combined with hydrodynamic modelling to estimate the public health risk associated with bathing after rainfall events.
This study investigated the public health risk from exposure to infectious microorganisms at Sandvika recreational beaches, Norway and dose-response relationships by combining hydrodynamic modellingExpand
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Hydrodynamic modelling of recreational water quality using Escherichia coli as an indicator of microbial contamination
Abstract Microbial contamination of recreational beaches is often at its worst after heavy rainfall events due to storm floods that carry fecal matter and other pollutants from the watershed.Expand
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Effect of Climate Change on Fluxes of Nitrogen from the Tovdal River Basin, Norway, to Adjoining Marine Areas
Abstract The mass transport model TEOTIL was used to project nitrate (NO3) fluxes from the Tovdal River basin, southernmost Norway, given four scenarios of climate change. Forests, uplands, and openExpand
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