Aquatic systems

Aquatic systems

Ecologically designed treatment systems that utilize a diverse community of biological organisms, such as bacteria, plants, and fish, to treat wastewater at advanced levels.
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The same pattern is recorded for important Brazilian aquatic systems, such as Amazon lakes and rivers and shallow coastal lakes (in the Atlantic Forest biome) (Kosten et al.
This isn't a business-as-usual type of building, and it's been a long seven years to get here," says john gunn, a canada research chair in stressed aquatic systems at laurentian university, and who helped conceive the idea of the LEED-platinum centre.
The study has implications for the restoration and management of the Everglades and other aquatic systems, according to Dr.
Topics addressed include health, climate, and agriculture impacts of atmospheric brown clouds; global changes in aquatic systems and their interrelations with human health; earth system functioning in the "Anthropocene," biodiversity and infectious disease; pre-industrial depopulation, atmospheric carbon dioxide, and global climate; social and environmental vulnerability to emerging infectious diseases; food, water, health, and infectious diseases; global demographic trends, education, and health; effects of social, environmental, and economic factors on current and future patterns of infectious diseases; global governance and human health; climate change and human rights; and the Cuban experience in promoting human health and facing global changes.
The center's genesis dates to the late 1970s, when former NIEHS director David Rall promoted the use of aquatic systems to study human and environmental health issues.
The freshwater cyanobacterium Lyngbya wollei forms dense mats in culturally impacted aquatic systems in Alabama and produces saxitoxin, a carbamate alkaloid neurotoxin.
Investigating the geochemical cycling and speciation of Hg in aquatic systems is of critical importance to understanding the mechanisms responsible for its accumulation in higher trophic levels.
Below pH five, most water life is dead, mosses take over shore areas and terrestrial animals dependent on aquatic systems also suffer.
The author describes practical examples of the application of "slow-rate treatment, rapid infiltration, overland flows, constructed wetlands, floating aquatic systems, and living machine systems".
The nitrogen treatment triggered the terrestrial equivalent of eutrophication-algal blooms that result when aquatic systems are overfed, argues David A.
Recipients of the 2016 Energy Star Partner of the Year Award for Sustained Excellence in North Carolina include Food Lion, HanesBrands, Pentair Aquatic Systems and Nationwide Marketing Group.
This result reaffirms that the landscape and lake-specific factors are both important and interact to govern the way aquatic systems are synchronous in their temporal trajectories.

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