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Abstract Rivers transport large amounts of nitrogen to coastal waters. This has a possible negative influence on coastal ecosystems. To control these problems, environmental policy plans increasingly focus on reducing the nitrogen load in rivers. However, to what extent nitrogen inputs need to...
Abstract The elimination of agricultural subsidies in New Zealand in the mid 1980s has had a range of sustainable development-related effects. Drawing on a ‘three pillar’ (economic, environment and social) paradigm of sustainable development, this article assesses some of the impacts of this...
Abstract Media coverage is increasingly setting the agenda for environmental policy, even though the media has no formal role in policy making. This article explores water eutrophication in the Finnish press. The focus is on the temporal variations presented in the press articles. The DPSIR...
Abstract The blue – green alga Microcystis was grown under continuous culture in the presence of chromium (VI), cadmium (II) and copper (II), as single metal species and as mixtures of two or three metals in a laboratory-scale system. The present work used artificial wastewater with low free ion...
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