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Controlling cyanobacteria and their toxins under different climate scenarios

  • 1 September, 2019
  • Wageningen University, Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management
  • dr ir MFLLW Lürling
  • M Nunes Teixeira Mucci

The purpose is to manage eutrophication and control algae bloom with potential materials at different temperatures. The proposal includes 5 parts, including laboratory experiments and field experiments.
Part 1. Effects of compounds (CuSO4, H2O2, Streptomycin) on cyanobacteria and toxins in different temperature
Part 2. Evaluation of maximum phosphorus/nitrogen adsorption of different solid phase P/N-sorbents in different temperature
Part 3. Microcosm
Part 4. Mesocosm
Part 5. Enclosure experiment


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