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The chemical and bacteriological analysis of the natural depolluted water by the help of the reed thicket


, : The chemical and bacteriological analysis of the natural depolluted water by the help of the reed thicket. Analele Stiintifice ale Universitatii "Al I Cuza" din Iasi Sectiunea II a Biologie Vegetala 42: 129-132

Water quality tests of outflow water from a reed bed was used to assess the level of pollutant removal achieved by a reed bed supplied with contaminated water.


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