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Title: Observations on algal populations in an experimental maturation pond system
Authors: Shillinglaw, SN
Pieterse, AJH
Keywords: Algal population
Maturation pond system
Maturation pond
Sewage water
Waste water
Diatoms
Issue Date: 1977
Citation: Shillinglaw, SN, and, Pieterse, AJHO. 1977. Observations on algal populations in an experimental maturation pond system. Water SA, Vol. 3 (4), pp 183-192
Series/Report no.: Journal Article;
Abstract: A dense algal population is of primary importance in sewage maturation ponds for the removal of plant nutrients, especially ammonia and orthophosphate. In the Republic of South Africa and in South West Africa sudden algal population declines have occurred at times in maturation ponds
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/4884
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Diatom collection
General science, engineering & technology

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