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Title: Eutrophication levels of some South African impoundments III. Roodeplaat Dam
Authors: Steyn, DJ
Toerien, DF
Visser, JH
Keywords: Algal
Roodeplaat Dam
Eutrophication
Sewage
Issue Date: Jan-1976
Publisher: Water Research Commission
Citation: Steyn, DJ, Toerien, DF, and Visser, JH. Eutrophication levels of some South African impoundments III. Roodeplaat Dam. Water SA, vol.2(1), pp 1-6
Series/Report no.: Journal Article;
Abstract: Algal bioassays indicated that the waters of Roodeplaat dam are severely eutrophied since algal growth potentials (AGP) of up to 200 mg/l and batch culture algal growth rate of up to 2,2 d were registered with selemastrm capricornutum as test alga. The purpose of the study was to determine the present eutrophication status of Roodeplaat dam and the effect of either increased discharges of secondary treated sewage effluents.
Description: Copyright: 1976 Water Research Commission
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/4805
ISSN: 0378-4738
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