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The impact of dredging deep pits on organic matter decomposition in sediments

, : The impact of dredging deep pits on organic matter decomposition in sediments. Water Air and Soil Pollution 158(1): 237-259

In this study, the results of investigations of organic matter decomposition in natural and dredged areas of the inner Puck Bay (Baltic Sea) are presented. The dredging of relatively deep pits causes environmental problems.


DOI: 10.1023/b:wate.0000044853.63461.53

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