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Chatzopoulos Vouzoglanis, Konstantinos (author)
Eutrophication processes in coastal waters are becoming more prominent as a result of high nutrient discharges from intensive agriculture and increased urban waste. These processes can be devastating for local ecosystems and lead to dissolved oxygen depletion, which applies considerable stress on aquatic organisms. For ecosystems to preserve...
master thesis 2019
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Suresh Kumar, P. (author), Korving, Leon (author), van Loosdrecht, Mark C.M. (author), Witkamp, G.J. (author)
Eutrophication and the resulting formation of harmful algal blooms (HAB) causes huge economic and environmental damages. Phosphorus (P) from sewage effluent and agricultural run-off has been identified as a major cause for eutrophication. Phosphorous concentrations greater than 100 μg P/L are usually considered high enough to cause...
review 2019
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Myserli, Aikaterina (author)
In the light of climate change, ecosystem derangement and debasement of local economies in the name of globalisation and free trade, capitalism has almost exhausted its source of nourishment: Nature. Within today’s globalised urbanisation, cities seem to be better linked to the planetary system of production and trade than to their surrounding...
master thesis 2018
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Fernandez Dacosta, C. (author), Van Der Spek, Mijndert (author), Hung, Christine Roxanne (author), Oregionni, Gabriel David (author), Skagestad, Ragnhild (author), Parihar, Prashant (author), Gokak, D. T. (author), Strømman, Anders Hammer (author), Ramirez Ramirez, C.A. (author)
CO<sub>2</sub> utilisation is gaining interest as a potential element towards a sustainable economy. CO<sub>2</sub> can be used as feedstock in the synthesis of fuels, chemicals and polymers. This study presents a prospective assessment of carbon capture from a hydrogen unit at a refinery, where the CO<sub>2</sub> is either stored, or partly...
journal article 2017
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Janssen, Annette B.G. (author), de Jager, Victor C.L. (author), Janse, Jan H. (author), Kong, Xiangzhen (author), Liu, S. (author), Ye, Q. (author), Mooij, Wolf M. (author)
Ongoing eutrophication frequently causes toxic phytoplankton blooms. This induces huge worldwide challenges for drinking water quality, food security and public health. Of crucial importance in avoiding and reducing blooms is to determine the maximum nutrient load ecosystems can absorb, while remaining in a good ecological state. These so...
journal article 2017
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Yu, Q. (author), Chen, Y. (author), Liu, Z. (author), Van de Giesen, N.C. (author), Zhu, D. (author)
Algal blooms have been frequently found at the upper reaches of the Tanglang River, which is downstream from the eutrophic Dianchi Lake. The eutrophic lake upstream is considered to be a potential source of phytoplankton, which contributes to the development of harmful algal blooms in the river downstream and can cause many serious problems for...
journal article 2015
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Nyenje, P. (author)
This study investigates the generation, transport and fate of sanitation-related nutrients in groundwater and surface water in an urban slum area in sub-Saharan Africa. In excess, nutrients can cause eutrophication of downstream water bodies. The study argues that nitrogen-containing rains and domestic wastewater from slum areas were important...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Azab, A.M. (author)
The intensive uses of limited water resources, the growing population rates and the various increasing human activities put high and continuous stresses on these resources. Major problems affecting the water quality of rivers, streams and lakes may arise from inadequately treated sewage, poor land use practices, inadequate controls on the...
doctoral thesis 2012
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Meijers, E.M. (author), Groot, S. (author)
report 2007
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Penning, W.E. (author), Weerts, A.H. (author)
report 2006
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Laane, R.W.P.M. (author)
This report aims to identify the origins of the past changes in the eutrophication status of the Wadden Sea. Special attention is given to changes in light regime, nutrient elimination and retention, which may have resulted from human interventions along the Dutch coast. Starting point for the assessment is that model calculations expect that 10...
report 2005
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Nolte, A.B. (author), Jansen, R.R. (author)
report 1999
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Michielsen, B.F. (author)
report 1998
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Villars, M.T. (author)
report 1998
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Bokhorst, M. (author)
report 1997
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Smits, J.G.C. (author), Bokhorst, M. (author), Brinkman, A.G. (author), Herman, P.M.J. (author), Ruardij, P. (author), Sonneveldt, H.L.A. (author), Tol, M.W.M. van der (author)
report 1997
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Michielsen, B.F. (author), Los, F.J. (author)
report 1997
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Michielsen, B.F. (author)
report 1996
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Smits, J.G.C. (author), Pagee, J.A. van (author), Los, F.J. (author), Boderie, P.M.A. (author)
report 1995
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Bokhorst, M. (author), Boon, J.G. (author)
report 1995
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