Special Issue "Eutrophication and Sustainable Management of Water"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2018)
Prof. Dr. Marco Ragazzi
Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, University of Trento, via Mesiano 77, Trento I-38123, Italy
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Interests: Management, treatment and recovery of municipal waste, sewage sludge and biomass waste collection, aerobic and anaerobic treatment, heat treatment; Management and Waste Water Treatment; Remediation of contaminated sites; Air pollution and health risk: indoor and outdoor; Eutrophication of lakes
This Special Issue focuses on eutrophication with the aim of presenting this phenomenon through an integrated vision that may come both from specialized and from interdisciplinary articles. Received papers are expected to cover a wide range of topics: From the sustainable management of catchment basins of lakes (prevention) to the analysis of the suitability of in-lake solutions for the water body recovery (treatment), from the detailed study of algal species to understand the evolution of eutrophication to the study of the sediments of lakes. Of course, the sustainable management of water bodies will be not limited to lakes: Coastal areas of seas, lagoons, reservoirs will be dealt with the same attention. Papers selected for this Special Issue will be subject to a peer review procedure with the aim of rapid and wide dissemination of their contents.
Prof. Marco Ragazzi
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