Happamien sulfaattimaiden metallikuormituksen ekotoksikologinen riskinarviointi Suomen länsirannikon jokisuistoissa
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Aquatic effects and risk assessment of multi-metal leachates from metal mining and acid sulphate soils Wallin, Jaana (Jyväskylän yliopisto, 2018)Leachates and effluents from acid sulphate soils and metal mining compose a significant part of metal and sulphate loads into aquatic environments in Finland. Acid sulphate soils have deteriorated the water systems of ...
Wallin, Jaana; Karjalainen, Juha; Väisänen, Ari; Karjalainen, Anna K. (Springer, 2021)Boreal lakes with soft water and low buffering capacity are susceptible to excess ion loading resulting from metal mining. The impact of two Finish mining sites in downstream lakes was assessed with a chronic sediment ...
Autochthonous organic matter promotes DNRA and suppresses N2O production in sediments of the coastal Baltic Sea Aalto, Sanni L.; Asmala, Eero; Jilbert, Tom; Hietanen, Susanna (Elsevier, 2021)Coastal environments are nitrogen (N) removal hot spots, which regulate the amount of land-derived N reaching the open sea. However, mixing between freshwater and seawater creates gradients of inorganic N and bioavailable ...
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Xiao, Yihua; Rohrlack, Thomas; Riise, Gunnhild (Elsevier BV, 2020)A number of boreal surface waters have become browner over the last two decades. Recovery from acid rain is regarded as an important driver for this lake color increase, indicating a general browner lake color in preindustrial ...