Record nummer 243756
Titel Comparison of the heavy-metal uptake of Cyperus esculentus and agronomic plants grown on contaminated Dutch sediments
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by W. van Driel, K.W. Smilde [and] B. van Luit
Auteur(s) Driel, W. van ; Smilde, K.W. ; Luit, B. van
Uitgever Vicksburg : US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station
Jaar van uitgave 1985
Pagina's 67 p.
Titel van reeks Miscellaneous paper / Dredging operations technical support program (no. D-83-1)
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Trefwoorden (cab) aquatisch milieu / chemische analyse / chemische samenstelling / Cyperaceae / bagger / havens / zware metalen / moerassen / modder / planten / sediment / stort / zwampen / wetlands / Cyperus esculentus
Rubrieken Cyperales (Cyperaceae, Poaceae)
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting Sediments to be removed from waterways and harbour basins are often polluted with heavy metals and other contaminations. A disposal alternative is the creation of artificial marshlands. A bioassay is developed for testing the environmental quality of a dredged material, with the North-American fresh-water marsh plant Cyperus exculentus as the test plant
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