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Here, the results of an experiment in a constructed wetland in the Netherlands are presented where two different sanitation treatments were compared. You can post the first one! Please note that corrections may take a couple of weeks to filter through the various RePEc services. Although biomass production still varies largely between different parts of the constructed wetland, a rapid increase in biomass was observed since planting. Please log in to use this service. Download full text from publisher File URL: In Western-Europe, agricultural practices have contributed to environmental problems such as eutrophication of surface and ground water, flooding, drought and desiccation of surrounding natural habitats.
You can help correct errors and omissions. Moreover, these wetlands also function as a flood water reservoir and are possibly advantageous for biodiversity. Constructed wetlands with reed provide opportunities to improve water quality and reed produces enough biomass to serve as green energy source. Surface water sanitation and biomass production in a large constructed wetland in the Netherlands.
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