• Chemistry
  • Published 2004

Restoration Effectiveness of a Degraded Lake Using Multi-Year Artificial Aeration

@inproceedings{Grochowska2004RestorationEO,
  title={Restoration Effectiveness of a Degraded Lake Using Multi-Year Artificial Aeration},
  author={Jolanta Grochowska and Helena Gawrońska},
  year={2004}
}
Lake Dlugie in Olsztyn, Poland, received untreated sewage for over 20 years from a housing estate which probably caused its complete degradation. The lake was regarded in the 1970s as one of the most polluted in Poland; its chemical composition was similar to that of diluted sewage. After the sewage diversion, the amount of organic compounds and nutrients in the water diminished, although the aquatic environment conditions did not improve considerably. Improvement of the trophic state of the… CONTINUE READING

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