Taverner, S.C. (1979) A study op pollution in the river team, and an investigation of the feasibility of using plant material to monitor zing levels. Masters thesis, Durham University.
Surveys of the water chemistry of the River Team were carried out from April to July 1979 in order to establish the extent of organic and metal pollution in the river. Selected aquatic bryophytes and algae were analysed to determine the possibility of using plant material as a means of monitoring zinc pollution. The possibility was investigated that different enrichment ratios in populations of Stigeoclonium tenue might be related to differences in tolerance to zinc found in the parellel study by C.S. Craggs.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Masters)|
|Award:||Master of Science|
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