Guiding principles for the development and application of solid-phase phosphorus adsorbents for freshwater ecosystems

@article{Douglas2016GuidingPF,
  title={Guiding principles for the development and application of solid-phase phosphorus adsorbents for freshwater ecosystems},
  author={Grant B. Douglas and David P. Hamilton and Malcolm Robb and Gang Pan and Bryan M. Spears and Miquel Lurling},
  journal={Aquatic Ecology},
  year={2016},
  volume={50},
  pages={385-405}
}
Whilst a diverse array of phosphorus (P)-adsorbent materials is currently available for application to freshwater aquatic systems, selection of the most appropriate P-adsorbents remains problematic. In particular, there has to be a close correspondence between attributes of the P-adsorbent, its field performance and the management goals for treatment. These management goals may vary from a rapid reduction in dissolved P to address seasonal enrichments from internal loading, targeting external… Expand
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