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Title: A study of algal establishment and growth in acid mine drainage (AMD) seeps and precipitation ponds : final report
Authors: Kalin, M.
Wheeler, W. N.
Item Type: Technical Report
Keywords: acid mine drainage (AMD);algal distributions;waste water;polishing agents;biological polishing;Nova Scotia
Issue Date: 25-Mar-1992
Series/Report no.: Boojum Technical Reports;;CN009
Abstract: Algae can frequently be found in acid mine drainage seeps. Their distribution in the waste water stream, however, is patchy. If present in high densities, and in the entire waste stream, algae could be utilized as polishing agents. In order to develop biological polishing systems, it is necessary to understand the factors controlling algal distributions.
URI: https://zone.biblio.laurentian.ca/handle/10219/3071
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