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In situ H2O2 treatment of blue-green algae contaminated reservoirs causes significant improvement in drinking water treatability. (2023)
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MELO ROCHA, M.A., CLEMENTE, A., AMORIM SANTOS, A., DA SILVA MELO, J., PESTANA, C.J., LAWTON, L.A. and CAPELO-NETO, J. 2023. In situ H2O2 treatment of blue-green algae contaminated reservoirs causes significant improvement in drinking water treatability. Chemosphere [online], 333, article 138895. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2023.138895

The evaluation of water quality improvement brought about by in situ treatment of eutrophic water bodies, especially those used for human supply, is a challenging task since each water system responds differently. To overcome this challenge, we appli... Read More about In situ H2O2 treatment of blue-green algae contaminated reservoirs causes significant improvement in drinking water treatability..