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A global scan of how the issue of nutrient loading and harmful algal blooms is being addressed.

A global scan of how the issue of nutrient loading and harmful algal blooms is being addressed.

... BACKGROUND Algal blooms are dense layers of cyanobacteria occurring on the surface of lakes and water bodies when there is an overabundance of nutrients (Phosphorus – P, and Nitrogen – N) on which algae ...

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Algal blooms: emerging problem for health and sustainable use of surface waters

Algal blooms: emerging problem for health and sustainable use of surface waters

... nuisance blooms in ...cyanobacterial blooms in Belgium and of the potential threat for the surface water ...cyanobacterial blooms are known to develop in specific environmental conditions (most ...

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Benthic Dinoflagellate Integrator (BEDI): A new method for the quantification of Benthic Harmful Algal Blooms

Benthic Dinoflagellate Integrator (BEDI): A new method for the quantification of Benthic Harmful Algal Blooms

... dinoflagellate blooms remains largely ...influence blooms, but also to the difficulty in quantifying cell abundance in a comparable way over large spatial and temporal ...Harmful Algal Blooms) ...

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Modelisation of the diffusive transport of algal blooms in a coastal environment using a stochastic method

Modelisation of the diffusive transport of algal blooms in a coastal environment using a stochastic method

... surfaces covered with alga. The reason why the regions of Brittany and Normandy are affected so severely are of two origins. Firstly there are geographical reasons. In large beaches, with a small slope, the effect of the ...

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Removal of algal blooms from freshwater by the coagulation-magnetic separation method

Removal of algal blooms from freshwater by the coagulation-magnetic separation method

... Keywords Algal bloom ...of algal blooms in freshwater bodies are a global issue (Anderson 1997 ; Beth 1998 ; Mackenzie 1999 ; Rigby 2000 ; Ruiz et ...). Algal blooms seriously damage ...

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Quantifying spatiotemporal variability of glacier algal blooms and the impact on surface albedo in southwestern Greenland

Quantifying spatiotemporal variability of glacier algal blooms and the impact on surface albedo in southwestern Greenland

... mapping algal blooms not only in water but also on ice (Wang et ...glacier algal blooms on bare ice albedo by combining the time series data of MERIS and ...

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A global scan of how the issue of nutrient loading and harmful algal blooms is being addressed by governments, non-governmental organizations, and volunteers,

A global scan of how the issue of nutrient loading and harmful algal blooms is being addressed by governments, non-governmental organizations, and volunteers,

... ABSTRACT Harmful algal blooms (HABs) in aquatic ecosystems are of concern worldwide. This review deals with how jurisdictions around the world are addressing this water quality issue to inform ...

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Modeling spatio-temporal variability of algal blooms using MODIS imagery of inland waters.

Modeling spatio-temporal variability of algal blooms using MODIS imagery of inland waters.

... of algal bloom occurrence in Southern Quebec using a geospatial database describing bloom phenology ...developing algal blooms according to their physiographic and climatic ...2- Algal bloom ...

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Pilot application of drone observations and pigment marker detection by HPLC in studies of cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms in Bulgarian inland waters

Pilot application of drone observations and pigment marker detection by HPLC in studies of cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms in Bulgarian inland waters

... harmful algal blooms (CyanoHABs) in selected Bulgarian waterbodies and the use of HPLC analysis of marker pigments for the fast determination of phytoplankton composition and ...

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Effects of marine Harmful Algal Blooms on bivalve cellular immunity and infectious diseases: a review

Effects of marine Harmful Algal Blooms on bivalve cellular immunity and infectious diseases: a review

... 18 the bivalve body. Thus, it can be speculated that the lower the filtration rate, the lower the level of parasite inside the host. Bivalves have the ability to adapt filtration and ingestion rates (feeding activity) ...

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Case Study of Phytoplankton Blooms in Serangoon Harbor of Singapore

Case Study of Phytoplankton Blooms in Serangoon Harbor of Singapore

... This paper describes the design of experiments carried out in the East Johor Strait to study the dynamics of algal blooms. Physical and biogeochemical water column sampling were carried out using Acoustic ...

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Applications of the MERIS algal pigment products in Belgian waters

Applications of the MERIS algal pigment products in Belgian waters

... (4) Now at CSIRO Land and Water, Environmental Remote Sensing Group, Australia. ABSTRACT Following validation activities and corresponding improvements in processing algorithms over the first few years of the MERIS ...

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Plant and algal lipids set sail for new horizons

Plant and algal lipids set sail for new horizons

... For Peer Review promised to reveal another level of complexity and importance in plant and algal physiology and development. The accessibility of Ultra Performance Liquid Chromatography-tandem Mass Spectrometry ...

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Model Development and Light Effect on a Rotating Algal Biofilm

Model Development and Light Effect on a Rotating Algal Biofilm

... 1. INTRODUCTION Microalgae are considered for their potential use as a feedstock, not only for biofuel production (Hu et al. (2008), Moheimani et al. (2015) ) but for a multitude of industries ranging from pharmaceutics ...

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Gradient-based optimization of a rotating algal biofilm process

Gradient-based optimization of a rotating algal biofilm process

... Abstract Microalgae are microorganisms which have been only recently used for biotechnological applications, especially in the per- spective of biofuel production. Here we focus on the shape optimization and optimal ...

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Gradient-based optimization of a rotating algal biofilm process

Gradient-based optimization of a rotating algal biofilm process

... Project-Teams ANGE and BIOCORE Research Report n° 9250 — January 2019 — 22 pages Abstract: Microalgae are microorganisms which have been only recently used for biotechnological applications, especially in the perspective ...

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Influence of Temperature and Nickel on Algal Biofilm Fatty Acid Composition.

Influence of Temperature and Nickel on Algal Biofilm Fatty Acid Composition.

... In the present study, we investigated the chronic effects of metals, combined to an increase in water temperature, on biofilm fatty acid composition and metal bioaccumulation. Studies have generally investigated the ...

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Event-scale blooms drive enhanced primary productivity at the Subtropical Convergence,

Event-scale blooms drive enhanced primary productivity at the Subtropical Convergence,

... [ 1 ] Frontal systems in the Southern Ocean are known for their enhanced biological activity, with some tantalising suggestions that this enhancement may be intermittent. We have used frequent satellite ocean colour ...

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Influence of the chemical composition of mortars on algal biofouling

Influence of the chemical composition of mortars on algal biofouling

... Figure 8: Influence of carbonation on colonization rate (black dots: pH=9; white dots:pH=12) of CEMI based mortars Moreover, colonization begins after 5 days for the carbonated samples whereas 10 days are necessary for ...

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