Characterizing the pollution produced by an industrial area: chemometric methods applied to the Lagoon of Venice.

@article{Carrer2006CharacterizingTP,
  title={Characterizing the pollution produced by an industrial area: chemometric methods applied to the Lagoon of Venice.},
  author={Sebastiano Carrer and Riccardo Leardi},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2006},
  volume={370 1},
  pages={99-116}
}
The industrial area of Porto Marghera discharges every year about 1.85 10(9) m(3) of waste waters in the Lagoon of Venice through its 142 discharge points, 17 of them being constantly active. The Anti-Pollution Department of Magistrato alle Acque, the Venice Water Authority, has been controlling these discharges for many years. The huge database built up during the last years could help the authorities in making choices regarding the water quality of the Venetian environment. The application of… CONTINUE READING