Origin and fate of nitrite in model ecosystems: case studies in groundwater and constructed wetlands

Nitrogen pollution in water is common in our environment, especially in places affected by agriculture and livestock, industry or wastewater discharge areas. Ammonium and nitrate are the most common pollutants and can be removed primarily by microorganisms. This removal is carried out by a series of microorganisms that live in these environments as communities, the study of which is essential to evaluate the efficiency of the N removal from water. In this thesis, a variety of methods have been used to study these microorganisms accurately in two types of highly sensitive environments for pollution, wetlands and groundwater. ​
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