Aeration technologies for reduction of dormant cyanobacterial cells and nutrient bioavailability in water bodies sediments

Name: Aeration technologies for reduction of dormant cyanobacterial cells and nutrient bioavailability in water bodies sediments
Researchers: Jančula Daniel (member of research team)
Maršálková Eliška (member of research team)
Mikula Přemysl (member of research team)
Novotná Zlatica (member of research team)
Šejnohová Lenka (member of research team)
Slováčková Hana (member of research team)
Vinklárková Darina (member of research team)
Project Type: Other projects
Realization from: 2008
Realization to: 2011
Summary: Project solution is aimed to investigate the impact of water body aeration on amount of dormant cyanobacterial cells in sediments, study of microbial activity and nutrient bioavailability in sediments. The project will give results employable for applied methods evolved in reduction of cyanobacterial bloom development, treatment of sediments loaded with organic compounds, nutrients, and dormant cyanobacteria.

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