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Spirogyra in Lake Baikal: Environmental Emergency. First-Hand Information

... which presumably infect attenuated organisms. Scientists have found that the intensive growth of algae in the lake is mainly due to permanent effluent of inadequately treated sewage and domestic wastewater, rich in nutrient compounds of nitrogen and phosphorus. One of their sources is numerous ships and boats cruising across the Baikal. Another reason is that wastewater treatment plants in many settlements on the coast were built several decades ago, and wastewater from tourist facilities is not ...

Modified: 04.09.2014
ecology , Baikal , disaster , limnology , seaweed , cyanobacteria , Spirogyra , sponges , molluscs , water quality , phosphorus
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