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Determination of the feasibility of removal of algal nutrients in lake water by ion exchange

O. T. Zajicek

Determination of the feasibility of removal of algal nutrients in lake water by ion exchange

by O. T. Zajicek

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Published in [Amherst .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ion exchange.,
  • Water chemistry.,
  • Phosphates.,
  • Sulphates.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] O. T. Zajicek.
    SeriesUniversity of Massachusetts at Amherst. Water Resources Research Publication no. 12
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD224.M4 M37 no. 12, QD561 M37 no. 12
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p.
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5029392M
    LC Control Number73636909

    the algae ponds during the winter months. The algae residue that will be produce after the oil extraction can also be utilised as a feedstock for the power plant or as valuable by-product. The close proximity of the site to the North Sea (m) also offers a great opportunity as a source of water for the algal . Harmful Algal Blooms. LEF promotes a 40% nutrient reduction in the western and central basins of Lake Erie by LEF supports action by the State of Ohio to adopt rules and regulations that require farmers to apply all agricultural nutrients (commercial fertilizer and manure) at the agronomic This action will accommodate full production by agriculture and its top priority recommended by.

      Commonly used matrices for ion exchange are synthetic organic ion exchange resins. The disadvantage of this method is that it cannot handle concentrated metal solution as the matrix gets easily fouled by organics and other solids in the wastewater. Moreover ion exchange is nonselective and is highly sensitive to pH of the solution. Repository and Information Exchange Electronic Theses and Dissertations Laboratory Evaluation of Internal and External Nutrient Removal to Control Algal Bloom in Eutrophic Lakes Sepideh Sadeghi South Dakota State University Follow this and additional works at: Part of theCivil Engineering Commons.

      Harmful Algal Blooms Honors Thesis James Palus Urban and agricultural development has had dramatic effects on the biogeochemical cycles of nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P). Such nutrient-rich conditions cause cyanobacteria to dominate the phytoplankton, thereby causing a number of problems in the water bodies they inhabit. @article{osti_, title = {Development Of Nutrient And Water Recycling Capabilities In Algae Biofuels Production Systems. Final Summary Report}, author = {Lundquist, Tryg and Spierling, Ruth and Poole, Kyle and Blackwell, Shelley and Crowe, Braden and Hutton, Matt and Lehr, Corinne}, abstractNote = {The objective of this project was to develop and demonstrate methods of recycling of water.


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Determination of the feasibility of removal of algal nutrients in lake water by ion exchange by O. T. Zajicek Download PDF EPUB FB2

To optimize flow condition of algal turf scrubber (ATS) system for nutrient (nitrogen and phosphorus) removal at eutrophic waterbodies, we constructed two experimental scale ( m 2) algal floways to test nutrient removal rates under various flow conditions via regulating flow rate and intermittent frequency of pump on/s showed that the largest algal productivity and nutrient Cited by: 4.

Algae, slowly circulated in a raceway pond, can provide effective contaminant and nutrient removal using only a small amount of energy. Algae have caused a lot of trouble in the water industry in recent years.

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3 O.3 h t'~ laJ I (3 W re" The Removal of Nutrients and Organics by Activated Algae Phase I of this research consisted of a batch study for the determination of a work- able light-dark cycle which provided absolute control of Cited by: determination in an attempt to assess what will be limiting maximum algal biomass production in the summer.

This is not appropriate unless the rates of nutrient supply, mineralization, algal growth, and nutrient concentrations remain constant over the spring-to-summer period, which is an unlikely Size: 31KB.

Therefore we employed immobilization techniques that allow for ease of removal of the algae while removing nutrients at high rates. Results show removal efficiencies up to % for nitrate, nitrite, and phosphate with a hydraulic retention time of h.

Nutrition in Freshwater Algae. Although it’s easy to dismiss freshwater algae as little more than pond scum, some species of these single-celled aquatic plants offer nutritional benefits that are unavailable in most land-based foods. They belong to a fairly exclusive group of food sources known as microplants, which.

Nutrient control of algal growth in estuarine waters. Nutrient limitation and the importance of shore m from the coast line at a mean water depth of m ( to m).

The area was dominated by patches of Zostera marina and Rrlppia maritima on the both ends with mm mesh to permit water exchange. In the North Sea region, anionic ion exchange (IEX) in non-fixed bed configurations has been considered for NOM removal in drinking water treatment plants.

This paper discusses several experiences of the impact of anion IEX on NOM removal and on NOM-related problems in water treatment locations of the North Sea region, considering the specific. 1. Introduction. Water scarcity is a growing global concern.

Only about % of the Earth's water is directly available for human use, and about 70% of the world's freshwater withdrawals go to parallel, about 2 million tons of human wastes are disposed in water courses each developed countries treat > 70% of their wastewater, developing countries treat 28% to 38%.

Depth (m) 0 2 8 10 15 18 nmol CaHit/l.O ml/min Untreated Lake Water Lake Water + nag P/Liter Period of incubation prior to the 30 min C2H2 reduc- tion assay was 75 min; volume of lake water used was ml; value for the control medium -P was nmol CaHU/ ml/min.

Samples. feed supplements, thus coupling nutrient removal to additional economic drivers. The goals of this work are to (1) evaluate the composition of algal biomass grown to remove surface water nutrients, (2) compare biomass grown at different geographic locations and in dissimilar water conditions, and (3) investigate uses for the biomass products.

12 Determination of the Feasibility of Removal of Algal Nutrients in Lake Water by Ion Exchange. Oliver T. Zajicek, 64 pp., (PB ) No. 13 Stochastic Population Dynamics for Regional Water Supply and Waste. Abstract The purpose of this research study was for students to determine whether Nitrogen, or Phosphorous, was a stronger limiting nutrient to algal growth in stream water.

Prior to the experiment, students hypothesized that if Nitrogen and Phosphorous were exposed at different concentrations to the innoculum, then samples containing high concentrations of Nitrogen would have the highest.

Fertilizer nutrients and fresh water contribute up to 50 % of the total biomass production cost that eventually impact the economical feasibility of algal fuels. In the algae-biofuels industry, nutrients must be found in lower-value sources like wastewaters and other waste streams and for sustainable production, those nutrients be recycled.

Treatment with naturally occurring bacteria, enzymes and sludge eating cultures to reduce organic biomass buildup and strip nutrients from the water column. Treatment using products such as Alum or Phoslock to reduce phosphorus concentrations in lake or pond water limiting the availability of this nutrient for algae production.

Emphasis was given to nutrient removal for two reasons: First, it is especially relevant to algal WWT as WW is seen as a source of nutrients for algae cultivation in many ‘algae to energy’ projects. Second, nutrients must be removed from wastewater prior discharge and the nutrients assimilated within biosolids must be safely disposed of.

@article{osti_, title = {Determination of the algal growth-limiting nutrients in strip mine ponds}, author = {Bucknavage, M J and Aharrah, E C}, abstractNote = {Using both a test organism, Ankistrodesmus falcatus, and natural phytoplankton, the Printz Algal Assay Bottle Test was used to determine the algal growth limiting nutrients in two strip mine ponds.

Nutrient Loading, and Algal Production to Changes in Water Levels in Kabetogama Lake, Voyageurs National Park, Northern Minnesota, –09 By Victoria G.

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Department of the Interior. In situ exchange of O 2 and CO 2 between algae and heterotrophic bacteria enable degradation of organic contaminants by bacteria and fixing of CO 2 by algal cells, and algal growth allows for. A Negatively Charged Ion Cations in Soil NUTRIENTS Anions in Soil K+ Potassium NO 3-Nitrate NH 4 + Ammonium SO Sulfate Mg+2 Magnesium H 2PO 4 - HPO Phosphate Ca+2 Calcium Cl-Chloride Mn+2 Manganese BO Borate Zn+2 Zinc MoO Molybdate NON-NUTRIENTS Na+ Sodium OH-Hydroxyl H+ Hydrogen* H 2CO 3-Bicarbonate Al+3 Aluminum CO.

Nevertheless, water from just above the sediments stimulates algal growth and N fixation in bioassays, whereas water within the sediment does not. In collaboration with Lake County, the Hopland Field Station, and the Clean Lakes project, investigators have added basic Fe measurements to ongoing nutrient-monitoring study of stream inflows and.best processes for the removal of excessive nutrients.

Meanwhile, algae have also been proved as one of the most promising non-food-crop-based feedstock for biofuels production. This study focuses on a practically and economically feasible algal cultivation system that satisfies the needs of nutrient removal, carbon sequestration, and biofuels.Algal productivity is often correlated to levels of nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) (See N:P ratio, above), but other nutrients are required including carbon, silica, and other micronutrients.

Biomass is usually measured by the amount of chlorophyll a in the water column (measurement of gross level of algae) and/or as mass per area for attached.