Soil-based treatments of mechanically collected cyanobacterial blooms from Lake Taihu: efficiencies and potential risks.

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In China, mechanical collection of cyanoblooms followed by soil-based treatments has been widely used as emergency strategies in many eutrophicated freshwaters. This study was to evaluate both efficiencies and potential risks of typical soil-based technologies. Results from this study indicated that over 90% of cyanobacterial biomass and 96% of dissolved… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/es3027902

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@article{Chen2012SoilbasedTO, title={Soil-based treatments of mechanically collected cyanobacterial blooms from Lake Taihu: efficiencies and potential risks.}, author={Wei Chen and Yunlu Jia and Enhua Li and Shuang Zhao and Qichao Zhou and Liming Liu and Lirong Song}, journal={Environmental science & technology}, year={2012}, volume={46 24}, pages={13370-6} }