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Sustainable Solutions for Heavy Metal Contamination: Characterization and Regeneration of Water Hyacinth Biosorbent in Wastewater Treatment

by Rabiranjan M. Santhi G.M. Yuvarani P. Priyanka B. Amudha K. Karuna M.

Water and Wastewater Treatment

The water hyacinth biosorbent has undergone thorough characterization and assessment for its capacity to remove heavy metals, specifically Pb(II) and Hg(II), from aqueous solutions. Notably, the biosorbent demonstrated an impressive maximum adsorption capacity for Pb and Hg, reaching values of 158.7...

Water Hyacinth Biosorption +3 more

Antifungal potential of essential oil of Mentha spicata (L) in the biological control against phytopathogenic fungi

by Djekoun M. Boughendjioua H. Sofiane Boubekeur M. Djekoun M. Benaliouche F.

Environmental Health

Mentha species are commonly used in traditional medicine for their several pharmacological properties. They are also used as spice and are known for their bactericidal, antiviral and fungicidal properties. The objective of this study is to evaluate the antifungal activity of Mentha spicata essential...

Mentha spicata essential oil +2 more

Unveiling the industrial photocatalytic dye degradation of textile effluents using tailored eco-friendly AgO Nanoparticles

by Subbulakshmi A. Sreenivasan V.

Water and Wastewater Treatment

In this study, tamarind leaf extract was used to effectively produce silver oxide (AgO) nanoparticles. Crystal violet (CV), Alizarin red (AR), Reactive black (RB), and rhodamine b (Rh B) degradation were examined to evaluate the effectiveness of AgO NPs. XRD patterns, UV-visible spectroscopy...

Textile effluents Dye Degradation +4 more

Evaluation of Electro-Fenton Process for Removal of Amoxicillin from Simulated Wastewater

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Ghazi Faisal Naser et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

The purpose of this work is to examine the efficiency of the Electro-Fenton process (Fenton oxidation) for the elimination of amoxicillin from simulated wastewater through response surface methodology (RSM). The effect three operating parameters that were selected for this evaluation were...

Antibiotics wastewater treatment +4 more

Prediction of the effect of adsorption on the retention of organic compounds by NF/RO using QSPR-ANN

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merarsi nechoua et al. View all

Environmental data analysis and modelling

Understanding the retention of organic compounds (OCs) is critical for membrane applications in water recycling. The objective of this study was to create an optimized model using Artificial Neural Networks for Quantitative Structure-Property Relationship (QSPR-ANN) to predict the effect of...

Modelisation hydrophobic adsorption +6 more

Composite electrospun membranes based on PET-PAN modified with LDH-hybrid as promising adsorbent for pollutants removal from wastewater

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Abdul Majeed Pirzada et al. View all

Nanomaterials in the environment: applications and effects

The current work reveals the fabrication of a novel nanofiber composite membrane of PET-PAN modified with Mg-Al-LDH-PVA through electrospinning process. The nanocomposite membranes characterization was conducted with different techniques i.e. SEM, EDS, FTIR, XRD, and water contact angle to evaluate...

Electrospun membranes Nanocomposite polymers +3 more

Accessing the Potential of Bismuth Oxide Nanosheets for an incredible revelation in the removal of contamination in water bodies

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Mohammed Kuku et al. View all

Water treatment

Water contamination is a pressing global issue with far-reaching environmental, health, and socio-economic consequences. As the demand for clean water intensifies, researchers are exploring innovative nanomaterials to develop efficient and sustainable water treatment technologies. The Bismuth oxide...

Bi2O3 nanosheets Moringa oleifera seed +3 more

The Maharashtra River Basin's Flood-Drought-Water Scarcity Nexus

by Manisha S.P. Jagadish P. Prashant P. Pratibha D. Abhijit P.A. Prashant P.P. Alok S. Riyajuddin M.

Floods, Droughts and Water scarcity

India's droughts and floods, which have affected 8 million hectares yearly since the 1950s, make future adaptation and mitigation plans necessary, as well as an awareness of potential changes. In order to address the growing issues of flood and drought events in urban settings, the study emphasizes...

Climate-responsive policies Flood Draught Water Scarcity +3 more

Urbanizational impact on climatic variables and geographical analysis of physical land use land cover variation of a city using Remote Sensing.

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Santhana Iyyappa Sundararaj S et al. View all

Climate change mitigation and adaptation

Climate change has serious implications foron the rise and variation of the average earth’s temperature, and intensified rainfall. In urban areas, temperatures and intensified rainfall variation are noticeably seenin the city which disrupts the normal life of a living things. Also, it affects the...

Urbanization Climate change +3 more

The modeling of the Organic Molecules Rejection using the Bootstrap Aggregated Neural Networks for the evaluation of the Forward Osmosis Process performance

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kratbi fouad et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

The forward osmosis process is currently more studied to be a replacement for another consuming-energy process, for this, many works show up the rejection of different molecules, energy consumption, and modeling of different objectives related to FO process. Our study consists to model the rejection...

Modeling Organic molecules +3 more

Preparation of biochar-loaded nano zero-valent iron electrode material and its electrocatalytic degradation of p-nitrophenol

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Jiankun Zhang et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

Electrochemical treatment of wastewater containing p-nitrophenol (PNP) was carried out using a platinum electrode as an anode and biochar-loaded nano zero-valent iron material as the cathode. The prepared biochar loaded nano zero valent iron electrode materials were characterized and analyzed using...

electrochemistry P-nitrophenol +1 more

An Efficient Flood Forecasting Model Using an Optimal Deep Belief Network

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Jagadeesh M et al. View all

Floods, Droughts and Water scarcity

Floods inflict significant damage globally each year, underscoring the importance of accurate and timely flood prediction to mitigate property loss and life. Precise flood prediction provides governments with crucial preemptive alerts regarding potential flood disasters, enabling timely evacuations...

Flood Prediction Time Series Data +2 more

Electrochemical Treatment for Real Hospital Wastewater and its Future Prospect

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Yudha Gusti Wibowo et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

Purpose: This study investigates the efficacy of electrochemical remediation techniques in treating hospital wastewater, focusing on parameters including turbidity, color, BOD, COD, DO, coliform, and E. coli. Design/Methodology/Approach: The study conducts a comprehensive analysis of various...

Hospital wastewater electrochemical treatment +2 more

Hydrological study and assessment of water budget for Erbil basin, Kurdistan region, Iraq

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jwan sabah mustafa et al. View all

Environmental data analysis and modelling

This research is conducted on Erbil basin, it is located in northern part of Iraq, the basin is composed of three main sub-basins which are: Northern part (Kapran), Central sub-basin and Southern part (Bashtepa) respectively. The total area of three sub-basins are approximately (3,200 km2). The main...

Hydrological study Evaporation +5 more

Water Quality Index Prediction and Classification using Hyperparameter Tuned Deep Learning Approach

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Sathya Preiya V. M et al. View all

Water Quality

Water quality (WQ) is hugely important for animals, humans, plants, industries, and the environment. In the past few years, the WQ has been compressed by pollution and contamination. Usually, WQ is assessed utilizing costly laboratory and arithmetical processes, making real observation ineffective...

water quality Index Deep learning +3 more

Physicochemical Variation of Water, Diversity, and Bacterial Community Structure in Post-coal Mining Ponds of Different Ages in Samarinda, East Kalimantan, Indonesia

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Eko Kusumawati et al. View all

Water Quality

This study aims to determine physicochemical variation of water, diversity, and community structure of bacteria at post-coal mining ponds of various ages located in Samarinda, East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Bacteria species were identified using a metagenomic approach on the Next-Generation Sequencing...

open-cut coal mining coal mine +3 more

Gap type effect on photocatalytic degradation using newly hydrotalcite nanoposite precursor synthesized by hydrothermal method

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Imane Bechohra et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

A novel technique involving hydrothermal synthesis was employed to prepare nanocomposite precursors of lamellar double hydroxide based basic mixed oxides. This method extended ongoing research on iron-impregnated hydrotalcite-supported nanomaterials. The iron-based Fe/MgAl-h nanocomposite was...

band gap comparison +4 more

Chitosan-doped ZnO Nanoparticles for Antibacterial, Antifungal, and Food Preservation Applications

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Rashid Iqbal et al. View all

Nanomaterials in the environment: applications and effects

Chitosan-doped zinc oxide nanoparticles (CS-ZnO NPs) were meticulously fabricated using the sol-gel methodology. The CS-ZnO NPs underwent comprehensive analytical assessments, employing advanced techniques, encompassing X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), UV visible (UV-Vis)...

Chitosan Nanoparticles +3 more

Assessment of Saturated Hydraulic Conductivity with Using Soil Particle Size Distribution: A Comparative Study of Constant Head and Falling Head Methods

by Solangi K.A. Abbasi B. Solangi F. Khaskhali S. Siyal A.A. Mehmood H. Akram M.I. Iqbal R. Al-Ghamdi A.A. Elshikh M.S.

Floods, Droughts and Water scarcity

The purpose of soil hydraulic conductivity is to retain soil water contents, and soil water pressure. In this study investigates two different methods to understand the soil hydraulic conductivity of loam and clay soils. The present research conducted a laboratory experiment to measure the saturated...

hydraulic conductivity porosity +2 more

Combining Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) and Modified Moving Bed Biofilm Reactors (MMBBR) for Synthetic Oily Wastewater Treatment

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sazan mohammed ali et al. View all

Water and wastewater reuse

Numerous industrial processes, including petroleum refining, food production, car washes, leather manufacturing, and slaughter houses, generate significant volumes of wastewater due to their substantial water consumption during processing. The presence of oily wastewater has detrimental effects on...

Refinery Car wash +4 more

Application of response surface methodology and neural networks in pyramid solar still for seawater desalination: An optimization and prediction strategy

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Senthilkumar N et al. View all

Desalination

Potable water is essential in various aspects of daily life. Converting brackish water to drinkable water using traditional methods is costly and has environmental impacts. Solar energy is preferred over fossil fuels and other energy sources due to its cost and environmental benefits. Solar stills...

Response surface methodology Artificial Neural Network +4 more

Effective Deep Learning based Prediction Model for Groundwater Quality Assessment using Physio-chemical Parameters

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Kulanthaivel P et al. View all

Water Quality

The purpose of this study is to anticipate and investigate the groundwater quality in the regions of the Cauvery basin. In the post-monsoon season of 2020, 800 samples were collected from 200 different places for this paper. The AlexNet model is used in this book to forecast the water quality. In...

AlexNet Environmental science +4 more

Evaluation of Toxic Heavy Metal Concentration in Aquifer System for Groundwater System Development Using Multivariate Statistical Techniques

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Akhtar N. (naseemamu6@gmail.com), Hussain R. S. R. (Rraed_hussain@uaeu.ac.ae) et al. View all

Water Quality

Groundwater is a vital resource for human consumption. The study aimed to evaluate toxic metal concentrations in groundwater systems and determine pollutant sources using multivariate methods including cluster analysis (CA), principal factor analysis (PCA), and Pearson correlation coefficient (r)...

heavy metal concentrations Groundwater Pollution +3 more

Green Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles using Lawsonia inermis for Enhanced Degradation of Organic Pollutants in Wastewater Treatment

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Natrayan L et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

In response to the growing demand for eco-friendly and efficient catalysts in wastewater treatment, this study introduces a novel, biosynthesized silver nanoparticle (AgNP) using leaf extract from Lawsonia inermis, a widely available plant. We employed a unique concentration mixture of 0.015 mg/mL...

green synthesis Water Pollutants +4 more

The effect of oil pollution on community structure of benthic macro ‎invertebrates in the northwest of the Persian Gulf ‎ ‎(Case study: Jafari creek)‎

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Maryam MohammadiRouzbahani et al. View all

Water Quality

This study evaluates the contamination levels of heavy metals and petroleum hydrocarbons in Jafari ‎Creek sediments and the effect of these pollutions on Macrobenthos in 2017. Studies to understand ‎the effect of heavy metal Cadmium, Chromium, Nickel, Lead, Selenium, Zinc, Copper, and ‎Vanadium, and...

Heavy metals Jafari Creek +4 more

Photocatalytic Oxidation Process for Petroleum Wastewater Treatment and The Possibility of Using Tapered Bubble Column (TBC): A Review

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Firdos .M.Abdulla et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

The photocatalytic oxidation of organic and petroleum wastewater treatment is an advanced oxidation process (AOP) with several benefits. It operates at normal temperatures and pressure, is inexpensive, does not produce secondary waste, and us easily accessible. Many studies have employed bubble...

Photocatalysis Produced water +2 more

Comparative study of advanced oxidation treatment of tannery effluent in Multi-orifice Oscillatory Baffled Column with sono-catalytic treatment using Titanium Dioxide

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Saravanan .J et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

Treatment of tannery effluent is a key issue that requires novel research. The presented work is an attempt to carry out advanced oxidation process in a Multi-orifice Oscillatory Baffled Column using ozone as oxidizer and compare the extent of treatment with sono-catalytic treatment with TiO2 as...

Tannery Effluent MOBC +4 more

Potential of the Alfalfa (Medicago Sativa‏(‏‎ Rhizobium Bacteria for Nitrate and ‎Phosphate Removal from the Sugarcane Industry Wastewater

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Shahrzad Khoramnezhadian‎ et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

To conduct this experiment, rhizospheric bacteria were isolated from the root nodules of alfalfa ‎plants (Medicago sativa) in the Khuzestan province during the spring season. For the molecular ‎identification of superior isolates, DNA extraction and expression of 16S rDNA were performed. ‎To...

Rhizobia Medicago sativa +3 more

Water Quality Prediction using Statistical, Ensemble and Hybrid models

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D.Venkata vara prasad et al. View all

Water Quality

Water is an essential elixir for several living organisms to function and survive. But it gets contaminated through several sources such as industrial wastes, oil spills, marine dumping, etc. With a growing population, availability of good quality water is of grave importance. This has become the...

Bagging Boosting +3 more

Optimizing Drought Resilience in Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) Through Synergistic Actions of Drought-Tolerant Rhizobacterial Strains and Brassinosteroids Hormone Application: A Jar Trial Study

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Azhar Hussain (azharhaseen@gmail.com); Rashid Iqbal (rashid.iqbal@iub.edu.pk) et al. View all

Ecology, environmental change and management

The study addresses the critical issue of water scarcity in agriculture, which causes significant losses by disrupting plant-water connections and increasing oxidative damage to biological components. In this study, we evaluated the synergistic potential of pre-isolated and identified...

Drought stress Rhizobacterial strains +3 more

Efficiency of engineered/modified biochars-based adsorbents for removal of pollutants from aquatic environment: A critical review

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Iftikhar Ali et al. View all

Soil and groundwater contamination and remediation

Biochar shows substantial potential to contribute as a globally applicable adsorbent to decontaminate the water system due to the ample availability of feedstocks and valuable physio-chemical surface properties. This review aims to highlight the modification technologies of biochar, the alteration...

A multiregressed COA-SAM model for predicting seasonal streamflow variability: A case study over Murray river basin

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Muhammad Yousuf Tufail et al. View all

Environmental data analysis and modelling

Streamflow of the Murray River (MR) was investigated from 1978 to 2017, using statistical analysis based on Indian Ocean modes of variability. During the cool season, June to August (JJA), observations and reanalysis products have been used to analyse the relation of streamflow of MR with Indian...

In-situ Construction of TiO2/Ag Heterojunction Coating for Forming a Photocatalytic Self-cleaning Surface of Concrete

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Peijiang Cong et al. View all

Advanced Oxidation Processes

As a widely used construction material, concrete is an ideal substrate for environmental functional materials. However, ordinary concrete lacks pollution resistance. When exposed to the natural environment, it is easily susceptible to microbial growth or organic contamination. Therefore, it is...

anti-pollution Concrete +3 more

Removal of pharmaceuticals from wastewater: a review of different adsorptive approaches

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NAGAMANI S et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

Over the past few decades, pharmaceuticals have contaminated the marine ecosystem. The entry of prescription medications into the environment, their underlying causes and problems, and effective methods for treating such contaminated water are all evaluated in this study. Adsorption is becoming a...

Adsorption Low-Cost Adsorbents +2 more

Evaluating the potential capability of Selenium nanoparticles on degradation of hazardess textile dye using environmental friendly approach

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V.G. Anisha Gnana Vincy et al. View all

Ecosystems and Natural Resources Management

This study synthesizes selenium nanoparticles (Se NPs) using a green approach, utilizing Tectona grandis leaf extract in a hydrothermal method. The X-ray diffraction (XRD) analysis provided highly crystalline particles with a trigonal crystal structure, indicative of the well-defined nature of the...

degradation of hazardess green synthesis +3 more

Cyanide removal from aqueous solution by oxidation with hydrogen peroxide in the presence of activated alumina-supported copper catalyst

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Farid Halet et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

Cyanide compounds are widely used in some electroplating, chemical and metallurgical industries. They are often found in their liquid discharges. This work highlights the performance of an activated alumina-supported copper catalyst in the removal of cyanide by oxidation with hydrogen peroxide in...

Cyanide Oxidation +3 more

Analysis model of flood spatiotemporal change characteristics based on k-means clustering algorithm

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Wei Zhang et al. View all

Floods, Droughts and Water scarcity

In order to analyze the spatiotemporal change characteristics of regional flood disaster, analyze the main change characteristics and hydrological response of precipitation distribution in Guangxi, and improve the comprehensive utilization efficiency of water resources, this paper introduces the k...

Mountain flood disaster Mann-Kendall trend test +3 more

Screening, Identification, and Optimization of Sulfur-Oxidizing Bacteria from Post-coal Mining Ponds of Different Ages in Samarinda, East Kalimantan, Indonesia

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Eko Kusumawati et al. View all

Water Quality

This research was conducted to isolation, screening, identification, and culture conditions optimization (pH, temperature, thiosulfate concentration, and incubation period) of potential sulfur-oxidizing bacterial (SOB) to reduce sulfur concentrations in post-coal mining ponds water of various ages...

bioremediation coal mining +2 more

Formaldehyde degradation using Biofilter loaded with Compost, Vermiculite and Activated Carbon: Performance and Optimization

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Dr.J.Jeyanthi et al. View all

Air Quality

Formaldehyde is one of the typical indoor pollutants causing theprevalence of acute health issues among those residing in indoor environments. Biofiltrationis a commonly adopted technique to treat indoor air pollutants. In this investigation, a biofilter was fabricated and compactly filled with...

biofilter EBRT +4 more

Evaluation of aqueous phase adsorption of Acid Brown on mesoporous activated carbon prepared from Azolla Pinnate seaweed

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Hariharan T et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

A mesoporous activated carbon was produced from the Azolla Pinnate (AP) seaweed by two-step chemical activation technique using sulphuric acid as activating agent. The adsorption of Acid Brown (AB) from aqueous solutions is examined using the produced carbon (AP). The produced activated carbon...

Acid Brown Azolla Pinnate +3 more

Investigation of Key Technologies for Energy Saving and Consumption Reduction in Chongqing Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants Based on Carbon Emission Reduction Contribution

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Guanyu X, Qiyu Y, Hanyi Y, Yongheng W

Water and Wastewater Treatment

In this paper, based on the factors of treatment process, treatment scale, as well as water quality, the level and distribution of electricity consumption, drug consumption, and indirect carbon emission of five typical wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) were examined. The distribution of...

Eco-Friendly Cost-Effective Formation of Copper Oxide Nanostructures and its Prodigious Potential for Environmental Remediation Applications

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Sreenivasan V.S et al. View all

Ecology, environmental change and management

The proliferation of environmental pollution, particularly from hazardous industrial dyes, poses a significant threat to ecosystems and aquatic life. This study uses extract from Nerium oleander leaves as a natural capping and reducing agent to produce copper oxide nanoparticles (CuO NPs), an...

Copper oxide nanoparticles Nerium oleander leaf +4 more

Activated rice husk biochar for azo dye removal: batch adsorption, kinetics and thermodynamic studies

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Arivumani V et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

The study aimed to analyze the adsorption behaviour of an activated rice husk biochar adsorbent in batch mode to expunge azo dye concentrations depletion from liquid solvents. The biochar adsorbent was formulated using different chemical synthesis processes, and its surface region was assessed using...

Biosorption rice husk ash +4 more

GC-MS characterization of Polygonatum geminiflorum depicted by antibacterial efficacy of the biosynthesized silver nanoparticles using its leaf extract

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Iftikhar Ali et al. View all

Environmental Toxicology and Biogeochemistry of Ecosystems

The biological synthesis of nanomaterials is drawing immense interest because of their non-hazardous nature and enormous antimicrobial application. In the present study, we explored Polygonatum geminiflorum Decne for phytochemical profiling and biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles to control soft...

Predictive Modeling for Solar Desalination Using Artificial Neural Network Techniques: A Review

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Vairavel Madeshwaren et al. View all

Desalination

Due to the limitations of fossil fuels and the environmental problems associated with their usage, renewable energy sources have been exploited for desalination through the employment of various technologies and mediums. One of the most useful renewable energy sources for solar desalination, both...

Artificial Neural Network solar still +3 more

Transport of alumina nanoparticles in natural waters and water saturated porous media- an analysis of the effect of various environmental parameters

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Mrudula Pulimi et al. View all

Water Quality

To control the use and disposal of products containing nanoparticles and lessen the risks they pose to soil and aquatic ecosystems, it is essential to understand the fate and transport of Al2O3 NPs. The stability, settling, retention, and transport of Al2O3 NPs in aqueous environments and saturated...

Aluminium oxide nanoparticle transport +2 more

Evaluation of the response of dynamic changes in the natural attenuation of chloride-polluted groundwater via high-throughput sequencing: Degradation characteristics and environmental changes

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Jianliang Xue et al. View all

Soil and groundwater contamination and remediation

Due to its cost-effectiveness and absence of secondary pollution, the biological approach for eradicating chloride pollution has attracted widespread interest. However, numerous obstacles, including the limited presence of degrading microbes and a substantial impact from environmental variables...

natural attenuation chloride pollution +3 more

The effect of temperature on the U-232 and Am-241 adsorption by PN6 microplastics in aqueous solutions.

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Ioannidis I. et al. View all

Microplastics in the marine environment

The effect of temperature on the adsorption of U-232 and Am-241 by PN6 has been investigated in laboratory and environmental water samples (e.g. seawater and waste water) in the picomolar concentration range. Generally, increasing temperature favors radionuclide adsorption, indicating that...

uranium americium +4 more

Vigna stipulacea mediated Fe nanoparticles synthesis: A greener approach for sequestration of Pb2+ from aqueous environment

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R. Mafaz Ahamed et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

The greener approach offers a viable, sustainable and eco-friendly way to synthesize nanoparticles. This study used the seed extract of Vigna stipulacea (VS) as a bioreducing agent to synthesize iron nanoparticles (VS-Fe). The VS seed extract contains polyphenols and lignin content that acted as a...

Fe nanoparticles green synthesis +3 more

Diatom records in sediments for eutrophication process of Lake Xian'nv, China since the mid-20th century

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Yong Ji et al. View all

Ecological effects of Environmental change

To well understand the eutrophication process for inland lakes where more lands had been used for agriculture and industry without adequate environmental protections, 9 surface sediments and 1 core sediment in Lake Xian’nv which was located in the middle of Jiangxi Province were chosen. Combined...

Diatom community sediments +3 more

Spatiotemporal variability of heavy metals concentration in an industrialized estuarine-bay ecosystem in Northern Persian Gulf

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Mahsa HakimiAbed et al. View all

Ecological effects of Environmental change

This study aimed to evaluate the pollution level of Ni, Pb, Cd, V, and Hg in the sediments of Musa Estuary and its four main tributaries namely Majidieh, Zangi, Semaili, and Merimos (collectively known as Mahshahr estuaries) in summer and winter 2019 using sediment quality indices. In each tributary...

Mahshahr estuaries spatio-temporal analysis +2 more

Green Synthesis of ZnO Nanoparticles Using Moringa Oleifera Leaf Extract for Efficient Photocatalytic Degradation of Organic Dyes

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Lakshmanaprubhu S et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

In this research, we provide a method for synthesizing ZnO nanoparticles using Moringa Oleifera Leaf (M.O Leaf) Extract. UV-VIS Spectroscopy, Scanning Electron Microscopy, EDS, X-ray diffraction and Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) were used to create and characterize ZnO nanoparticles...

Biosynthesis M.O Extract +2 more

Solar still desalination techniques for the minimization of operational time and cost: a review

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Vairavel Madeshwaren et al. View all

Desalination

This current, comprehensive study of the literature provides a full review of recent developments in a variety of various kinds of solar stills. This review looks at studies on double-slope, hybrid solar stills, single-slope, with a condenser unit, and other particular types of solar stills. To make...

solar still Desalination +5 more

Facile Prepared Fe3O4 Nanoparticles as a Nano-Catalyst on photo-Fenton process to remediation of methylene blue dye from water: Characterisation and Optimization

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Ahmed HALFADJI et al. View all

Nanomaterials in the environment: applications and effects

In this research, a simple method for the preparation of Fe3O4 nanoparticles (Fe3O4NPs) with an average size of 38.05 nm via co-precipitation was investigated. X-ray diffraction (DRX), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), and infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR) were used to characterize obtained Fe3O4...

Fe3O4Nps structural characterization +5 more

Effect of Zeolux and Filters Backwash Water (FBWW) on Plant Growth and Yield of Sage (Salvia Officinalis) Plant

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Zaydoun AbuSalem et al. View all

Water and wastewater reuse

Jordan is one of the few countries with constricted water resources, having one of the lowest per capita water levels in the world (Ministry of Agriculture, 2015). Jordan's available water resources per person are predicted to fall from less than 160 m3/capita/year to roughly 90 m3/capita/year by...

FBWW Filters Backwash Water +3 more